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    My aunt has made this pie each holiday for as long as I can remember. It's rich and has a taste that will leave you wanting more and more. After you get the pie crust baked, you can have it chilling in about 15 minutes. Try it! You won't regret it! Prep time does not include baking time for crust.

    Recipe #404049

    My aunt made these the entire time I was growing up. She was my hero when it came to cooking. I have literally spent my entire life trying to match them. I finally figured it out the other day so I'm posting it here so I don't forget how I did it. I hope you all enjoy them as much as our family has over the years.

    Recipe #401718

    A friend gave this to me a while back. It's sooo yummy. So much better than the take out stuff with all the preservatives.

    Recipe #396898

    Another one from the recipe box. Not sure where I got it from. My notes say you can substitute cocktail wieners for hot dogs.

    Recipe #396896

    I have not tried these yet, but plan on it soon.

    Recipe #396868

    Who doesn't love their crockpot?!!?

    Recipe #396866

    You can use oil for this instead of butter and it gets crunchier and you can use less oil than butter. This will keep for a week or two in an airtight container.

    Recipe #396810

    I don't remember where I found this recipe at, but it's fantastic! I serve it with chili and the family just loves it. It is a bit sweet (not overwhelming). Hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #396068

    This is a yummy variation on taco's. My DH loves it and it's his preferred way to eat taco's now.

    Recipe #378466

    This is a variation of a recipe I found on here. So yummy. True Comfort food. I have also made this using homemade noodles and it turns out fantastic. Also, if you have left overs, refrigerate them and the next day the broth thickens to a sort of gravy making it even better imo.

    Recipe #378295

    Just a good, homestyle gravy. We use it for Chicken Fried Steaks and I like to put it over fried potatoes.

    Recipe #378206

    My husband is a HUGE oreo fan and he says that these are better than the real ones. The yield is just a guess b/c I make them very big.

    Recipe #378121

    Calzones right from the oven! Yummy!

    Recipe #378119

    These are so yummy! I am really just posting this here b/c I keep losing it.

    Recipe #378075

    This is a family favorite around our house. So simple and so yummy. I use the Cream Cheese Frosting Recipe (#6536) from riffraff to frost it with. Yummy!

    Recipe #378072

    This is a good and simple chili. Since I am seasoning challenged sometimes, I use McCormick packs with this, but it still turns out fantastic. I have to double the recipe in order for there to be leftovers the next day. Its also pretty cheap to make which helps with ever shrinking budgets. It does have a little bit of a kick to it, but its not real overwhelming, my 4 year old daughter ate it with no problem. I serve it with cornbread...yummy! Serving size is a guess. One pot will feed 6 of us, 2 of the 6 being teenage boys.

    Recipe #351344

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