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    An easy, better than ketchup, recipe with a horseradish kick! Great for: Meatloaf Glaze French Fry Dip Shrimp Cocktail Sauce

    Recipe #350122

    A traditional Greek sauce usually served on gyros or with toasted pita chips; a delicious dipping sauce for just about anything. Those afraid of garlic should half the amount of garlic called for in the recipe. Enjoy!

    Recipe #350047

    After my FH underwent emergency oral surgery I had to come up with a yummy dinner that would go down easy and be a snap to make with what I had in the fridge. A lovely, creamy treat that's complimented by gorgonzola.

    Recipe #352615

    A spicy, bold marinade to add a punch of flavor to your top sirloin. For a subtle flavor, use this marinade for steaks; for a mature and thorough flavor, use for steak cut in 2" cubes for kabobs. Cooking time refers to chill time.

    Recipe #352312

    My FH and I have a gaggle of girlfriends and love showing our friends how much we adore them. Keeping costs low when buying presents, such as Valentine's Day Presents, is difficult when you have a large group of friends, so homemade gifts are our solution! We decided to make a batch of homemade vanilla extract (sooo much better than store bought) and spent less than $50.00 on 15 presents! This is a gift that keeps on giving because once the extract is all used up, it can be topped off with more vodka or used to make vanilla sugar! We snazzed our bottles up by making labels as well as dressing them up with a bow and instruction tag!

    Recipe #352775


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