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    This is my own concoction. It is one of my family's favorites and very easy to make! It's one of those recipes that even the husband doesn't mind making when he has dinner duty.

    Recipe #176379

    I made this for our Christmas dinner party last year and everyone really loved it. I tend to cook by sight, so the measurements are all approximates. I used a whole side of a salmon and baked it for about 45 minutes.

    Recipe #177297

    For potlucks or large dinner parties, my mother would make this BBQ beef and serve it on small sandwich buns. It was always a big hit, especially with the men. You can use a crock-pot for the all the cooking requirements, or follow the recipe.

    Recipe #177753

    I got this recipe from the United Way, JC Penny Cookbook 1996. They are always a big hit at Christmas time. Baking time is per sheet - so multiply that by how many cookie sheets you need to use.

    Recipe #179577

    This is a recipe from Taste of Home. I am putting it here for safe keeping.

    Recipe #273650

    I got this from my JC Penny/United Way Cookbook, 1996. These are really yummy and look very pretty. I haven't made them in years, but maybe I'll make them this year for church refreshment time!

    Recipe #284030

    I got this out of a 1988 local newspaper recipe booklet. They are quite yummy and travel well. The yeast is a standard packet of yeast. I guessed at the servings and the active and passive work times - it's been a couple years since I've made them.

    Recipe #284141

    This is a twist on the regular cole slaw. A friend of ours in Hawaii made this for us. It's great when served with ribs. Stored here for safe keeping.

    Recipe #292984

    I got this recipe from a friend in Hawaii. She made some incredible spare ribs using this baste. These are minimal instructions, but it's all I have. Cooking time is approximate. Put here for safe keeping.

    Recipe #293345

    Found this recipe in a military commissary magazine, December 2008. I've not tried this myself, but it looks yummy.

    Recipe #346226

    Found in a military commissary magazine. I've not yet tried this, but it looks interesting enough. I think I'd prefer it in a wrap.

    Recipe #346247

    Found this in a military commissary magazine, Dec. 2008.

    Recipe #346257


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