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    Like a sloppy Joe, but with American bison meat cooked in a skillet just like old granddad used to make!

    Recipe #436777

    A quick and easy lunch from Tolar, Texas!

    Recipe #436776

    A quick and easy Texas twist on shepherd's pie! From Cookville, TX.

    Recipe #436499

    Quick and easy version of this Texan homestyle favorite! From Doss, Texas.

    Recipe #436498

    Quick and easy supper. Courtesy of Mrs. Lena Lucher of the Rosary Society, New Waverly, Texas.

    Recipe #436497

    Great for a Saturday night supper! It's quick and easy and kid-friendly. Courtesy of Virginia Schonefeld, Our Lady of Consolation Altar Society, Riviera, Texas.

    Recipe #436496

    Convenient, tasty, fun, different. A simple and favorite family meal consisting of cold spaghetti mixed with fresh vegetables and topped with hot barbecued pork and shrimp. Served with melted butter, it is a good cool weather dish. Variations: -add a deep-fried taquito to the top of the dish with the bbq pork. -substitute beef for the pork. -substitute chicken for the pork -substitute prawns for the pork -basil is also good as an herb garnish for this dish.

    Recipe #348209


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