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    My husband came up with this recipe when we had a LOT of leftover fried chicken breast tenders from a Christmas party platter. We diced 'em up, sauced 'em up, and served over rice. Yay for leftovers!

    Recipe #445320

    A friend gave me this basic scone recipe with which you can make any kind of scone. Very easy, goes together in minutes, tastes delicious!

    Recipe #508518

    This is a version of beef stew that I sort of combined several recipes from others to come up with. Posting for safekeeping.

    Recipe #112913

    I've had this recipe for at least 15 years. It's a quick dessert!

    Recipe #95715

    This recipe was developed when we bought a 14-quart potjie (cast iron pot with legs) for outdoor cooking. If you don't have a local barbecue joint to buy the barbecue, you can cook a small pork loin or country style pork ribs in your crockpot with a little water, barbecue it in your oven, then shred to use for this recipe. However, we have found it is easier and quicker to just buy it. We use Carolina Treet barbecue sauce to give it some kick. Serve with cornbread or saltines.

    Recipe #85150

    My mom gave me this recipe.

    Recipe #119091

    This is my favorite homemade pizza; these are the basic toppings though I vary sometimes depending on what's on hand. I make the dough in my bread machine and add a little garlic powder and basil or italian seasonings to the dough ingredients for extra flavor. Some measurements are approximate.

    Recipe #97918

    Great cheesy queso dip recipe given me by a friend. Can add cooked crumbled sausage if you like. Serve with tortilla chips.

    Recipe #512964

    I almost didn't post this because there are a couple already posted that are similar, but not exactly the same as this one, but this is so easy and delicious I decided to go ahead and post "my" version.

    Recipe #91118

    Similar to what is served at Texas Roadhouse. Adapted from a recipe found at Boozemixer.com. This is a sweet fruity drink and goes down easy.

    Recipe #445552

    Good served with Cornbread or Fritos.

    Recipe #85047

    Easy, uses frozen dumplings. Makes a big potful, had to guess at number of servings. I adapted this from the basic recipe on the frozen dumpling box. I always use Anne's Dumplings in the red box (www.annesdumplings.com) but you could use any brand frozen dumpling strips.

    Recipe #87751

    You can make this in one pan in minutes.

    Recipe #86396

    There are dozens of similar recipes on Zaar for Eclair Cake but believe it or not I could not find one exactly like this one, so here it is. The basic difference is that the icing is from scratch and not canned, nor does it contain Karo syrup. Cooking time listed is the 24 hour chilling time.

    Recipe #309939

    These are really easy -- they're made with a boxed spice cake mix! My mom gave me this recipe.

    Recipe #469759

    This recipe smells great baking and is great toasted with butter or cheese. Kids love it! Makes 1.5 lb. loaf. Cook time listed includes dough prep and rise time.

    Recipe #84475

    Adapted from a checkout-aisle cookbook. Preparation time listed does not include mixing or rising time.

    Recipe #168995

    The bread machine makes these rolls easy! I usually make them at night and refrigerate them to bake for the next day's breakfast. Adapted from Betty Crocker's Bread Machine Cookbook. Prep time listed includes the dough mixing time and rising time.

    Recipe #99272

    This recipe for dried fruit baked with wine is a family favorite that I got from my MIL. We always have this at Thanksgiving and Christmas; it goes great with ham or turkey. Very easy to make, good hot or cold. Number of servings listed is a guess.

    Recipe #105505

    I don't remember where I got this recipe; it might have been from the box of rock salt. Anyway, it's very rich and no raw eggs. Cook time listed is approximate freezing time, will vary with your machine.

    Recipe #93725

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