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    This is one of my husband's favorite bean salads. I got the recipe from his grandmother. It is VERY vinegary.

    Recipe #214217

    1 Reviews |  By Ferrety

    GREAT WITH WINGS! This is an adaptation of Helen Corbitt's Roquefort Dressing. Made with Blue Stilton, it is a flavorful blue cheese dressing. Not so mild as standard blue but not so overpowering as Roquefort. I always make it with the requested portion of Beau Monde, but then wish I had reduced it slightly so you may want to make it a scant 1/2 t. Also, to serve as a thick dip, you can reduce the half and half to 1/2 c.

    Recipe #71976

    4 Reviews |  By Ferrety

    Red French Dressing is a tangier, spicier version of a traditional french dressing. This recipe is an adaptation from Helen Corbitt's Cookbook. It always gets RAVE reviews! Sweet, tangy, hint of spice, WOW! Helen categorized this Red French as a Southern thing, but she also categorized it as spicy with the 2 drops of Tabasco she called for. :)

    Recipe #71971

    This is my chili recipe that won our little manager's chili cook-off. It is VERY spicy with a nice slow burn. Can be made in a crock pot and simmered overnight or on the stove and finished in an hour.

    Recipe #71116


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