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    This is one of my favorite ham glaze from Farmland/Smithfield foods

    Recipe #145856

    Last night my girlfriend and I were looking for something to eat. We had no meat in the house so we compiled a few recipes and came up with this tasty fried rice dish. We also tried to make it a light (good for you) dish. I guess it's good for two as a main dish or four or more as a side dish. I guess you could add cooked pork, chicken, or shrimp to the dish.

    Recipe #103613

    A great Hungarian meal. My Italian Grandmother use to make this for my Hungarian Grandfather. This is how I remembered how it was made.

    Recipe #100916

    A chili-less chili my Mom used to cook for us annoying kids. This is fast and kind of good meal

    Recipe #101081

    This is a nice and tasty cream of turkey soup. Perfect for leftover turkeys bones

    Recipe #269164

    I make these when the mushrooms goes on sale... mmmm Please note YOU can add any herb you would like to add (just a little...rosemary, sage, parsley, thyme, fennel, dill, whatever you fancy, OR none).

    Recipe #486627

    Very easy and MMMM good!

    Recipe #273917

    My dgf and I had afternoon tea in Disney and jam tarts, YUM! So I was looking for something and found this on a website SO GOOD! I used a store pie crust (the one they sell in the diary section) *Try jams like strawberry, peach, raspberry, cherry, boysenberry, blueberry, and blackberry... WHATEVER JAM YOU LIKE. Found on

    Recipe #264597

    My Grandmother use to make this it was easy, fast, and cheap. Instead of using a large roast she would use a chuck steak… I do have to say it is very tasty. I also use more vinegar (‘cause I like vinegar) but you can use less. Keep an eye on the cooking and add water if needed.

    Recipe #147113

    Seen this on the PBS show Test Kitchen. Tried it and it was great! From TK website: "Heat varies from jalapeño to jalapeño, and because much of the heat resides in the seeds, we suggest mincing the seeds separately from the flesh, then adding minced seeds to taste. The amount of sugar and lime juice to use depends on the ripeness of the tomatoes. The salsa can be made 2 to 3 hours in advance, but hold off adding the salt, lime juice, and sugar until just before serving. The salsa is perfect for tortilla chips, but it's also a nice accompaniment to grilled steaks, chicken, and fish. Makes about 3 cups.

    Recipe #169247

    When you have no money this will do for a couple of bucks.

    Recipe #104260

    My Grandmother use to make this quick mock-potroast. I think it is very good!!! Great one pan plan.

    Recipe #467358

    My Hungarian Grandfather made this all the time with his homegrown cukes. I'm carrying on the tradition. This is a great summer very tasty treat by itself or as a sandwich.

    Recipe #108815

    Banana and heavy cream with sugar is on of my favorite breakfast food. I had it for the first time years ago when I took my first cruise. Being on a diet now my girlfriend put this together; a healthier version and it does taste like the real thing.

    Recipe #104487

    This is a great camping recipe; and this works well with a iron skillet. Very simple!

    Recipe #102401

    What to do with leftover Chinese takeout - and made with NO eggs. AND you can make this if the rice goes hard... just takes longer. I place it back in the rice container.

    Recipe #454845

    Seen this on a TV show (everyday food) and they taste great!

    Recipe #147314

    My Mom's Ambrosia

    Recipe #168461

    My mom makes this at Christmas time. I’m not a big fan of it but everyone else in the family loves it. It’s a simple dish. *BUY the dried salted cod at least 24 hours before needed, you would need to rinse it many times, place in bowl cover with cold water and keep changing the water every 6 hours.

    Recipe #406716

    This is my Mom's recipe. It's an easy dish to make. You can also cook this in the oven using a casserole dish at 400° covered for around 35-40 minutes, or you could cook in a Nesco style oven roster. You could also spice it up by using cayenne or crush red pepper flakes

    Recipe #103883

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