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    Here is a very delicious pizza you can make at home with mostly things you have at home already plus fresh basil and Pita Bread.

    Recipe #464192

    This is a simple recipe for basic brown gravy. It is only improved with the drippings from a roast. Great on mashed potatoes or on a hot roast beef sandwich

    Recipe #454634

    I have never understood people saying that Bluefish has a strong fishy taste. Not this recipie! Try it and then let me know...

    Recipe #441447

    These Cheese "Pizzas" are great for parties cut into quarters or halves are great to go with a bowl of bean or pea soup and salad.

    Recipe #439426

    The secret is the simple sauce. Everyone compliments the unique taste. These are great for parties served from a chafing dish or crockpot with toothpicks but can even be served as an entre with pasta. You can even use premade frozen meatballs but they won't be as good.

    Recipe #378132

    A great alternative to traditional SOS. Lower in fat too! This is a recipie my mother used back in the 1960's using cream of mushroom soup instead of white sauce.

    Recipe #357881


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