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    I created this recipe to use for chili cookoffs. And though I've only entered it in 1 cookoff, I did take third place out of 24 competitors. Ancho peppers are used for the base. If you are unfamiliar with ancho peppers, they are a pablano pepper that has been dried. They can be hard to find at grocery stores so I recommend looking for them online. Do not use pablano peppers, as the dna of the pepper changes when it is dried.

    Recipe #334603

    French dressing really adds a great flavor to potato salad. For the sweet pickles, I like to use a sweet pickle and onion mix. You can find it at most farm markets. If you can find it, I recommend using it instead of regular sweet pickles.

    Recipe #334587

    This side dish is pure southern comfort.

    Recipe #334557

    My wife found this recipe in a magazine years ago. It is a fantastic glaze for grilled ham and pork chops.

    Recipe #334553

    I came up with this recipe while I was at work. Well what would you do at work? Spread this dip on crackers or baguette bread, or scoop it with tortilla chips.

    Recipe #333976

    When a former boss of mine told me about this recipe all I could think was, "there is no way I'm eating that." Then he brought me a sample. My wife and I have made it several times since. Trust me, it's incredible.

    Recipe #333671


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