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    This is a copycat recipe of Furr's Cafeteria Chocolate Bliss Pie. This pie is a Furr's Cafeteria Butter Chess Pie with a dark chocolate topping.

    Recipe #494957

    One of the few recipes I have found that uses tarragon. My favorite is with the graham cracker pie shell, smoked Swiss cheese, coconut milk, bacon and all of the optional ingredients.

    Recipe #494054

    This is a copycat version of the Stripes convenience store's Laredo Taco Company's picadillo. It can be served as a main dish, or for a filling for soft tacos, enchiladas, chili rellenos and empanadas. Stripes is a convenience store in the southern states, similar to 7-11 stores. Laredo Taco Company is the name of the in-store Mexican cafe located in a majority of the Stripes stores.

    Recipe #465656

    This chili won third place in a chili competition. It has been entered in 5 competitions. This chili tastes even better the next day after the flavors have blended overnight. Can be stored in freezer with no loss of taste.

    Recipe #461279

    This recipe has been in my family since I was a kid, and I'm a senior citizen now. For years I made it with cheddar cheese, now I make it with cheddar, Monterey Jack, and Colby, and boy, what a difference!

    Recipe #461276

    No cornstarch used in this recipe. Fast and easy.

    Recipe #428193

    I am sure there is a better Chinese name for this than the title of this recipe for this dish, but I have been unable to find it on the internet. Most recipes I have found for You Tiao use alum, or ammonia, this one does not. When I was in Beijing in 1993, these flat, square, crispy crackers were what most street venders used in their Jian BIngs.

    Recipe #412794

    Videos of street venders making this are on YouTube, search for Jian Bing Beijing. This recipe makes a Jian Bing that is about one third the size the street venders make so that you can make it using a large skillet or hot plate. The Beijing style of Jian Bing uses flat, square shaped You Tiao (Chinese Crullers) instead of the round, long shaped You Tiao favored in other Chinese cities, although these can also be found in Beijing.

    Recipe #412793

    Marilyn Thomas, one of the original apple growers at Apple Hill, California, opened the first bake shop there in 1966. This is her favorite recipe for Bundt cake. This cake is crunchy on the outside and soft on the inside, making a nice contrast of textures.

    Recipe #405289

    A bachelor's favorite - very easy to prepare.

    Recipe #397258

    One of the very few recipes I've seen that use tarragon. My favorite is with smoked Swiss cheese, bacon, almond milk, graham cracker crust and all of the other optional ingredients.

    Recipe #397257

    A bunch of Swiss Chard, 3 to 5 cups, stems removed, chopped, can be used instead of spinach. Swiss Chard is hard to find where I live, and the difference in taste is minimal. Red Swiss Chard can be used to give the dish a different visual appeal.

    Recipe #397253

    Quick, easy, made with canned vegetables and soups and a pound of meat. Both grownups and kids love it.

    Recipe #396033

    From the Fredericksburg Home Kitchen Cookbook, Twelfth Edition, 1978, recipe contributed by Mrs. H. C. Gold

    Recipe #385758

    This recipe uses a can of Chop Suey vegetables and a can of mixed Chinese vegetables instead of individual cans of bean sprouts, water chestnuts, celery, and bamboo shoots. No more partial cans of these leftover when you use this recipe. Very convenient.

    Recipe #374305

    This recipe makes 2 cups, enough for eight servings of Egg Foo Yung.

    Recipe #374221

    I think posole is like chili and gumbo, instead of eating it hot off the stove, the taste improves if you let the pot cool on the stove for about two hours, then put it in the refrigerator overnight, which allows the flavors time to blend and set. The Posole (chili, gumbo) can then be transferred into smaller containers or plastic bags for storage and reheated as needed. This recipe freezes well with little loss of flavor or texture. I usually make a double recipe, and after cooling overnight in the refrigerator, transfer the posole into glass Mason jars and store in the freezer and unthaw as needed.

    Recipe #372839

    This is a spicy mild to medium hot recipe, to make a very mildly hot recipe, use only 1/4 teaspoon each of the three peppers.

    Recipe #372519

    This is a spicy, not hot, Cajun meatloaf. It contains the Holy Trinity, onions, celery, and bell peppers, and cayenne, black, and white peppers. It ain't Cajun if it doesn't contain these six ingredients!

    Recipe #371152

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