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    Well there are hundreds of different BBQ sauces out there, this is mine. I came up with it while I was playing around with making a sauce to go on some baby backs. Over time friends and family have enjoyed this sauce I hope you will too. With 4 different types of Peppers this BBQ Sauce is definitely spicy and a little sweet from the honey and molasses. Just the perfect balance of HOT and SWEET. Good luck, have fun and eat well.

    Recipe #257123

    From Alton Brown

    Recipe #254566

    If you like mustard then you're gonna love this refreshing twist on mustard. I love this mustard on pulled pork sandwiches. I know that not traditional for pulled pork but who knows how trends start. I hope you like it as much as I do. Experiment with the heat levels to your liking. Even try substituting different types of ground peppers like chipotle or poblano for slightly different nuances.

    Recipe #215667

    What a quick easy appetizer or snack. These go great when we go camping and are super right out of the freezer. Just pop them in the toaster oven and you have a great quick snack. These are also great warm or cold with a little homemade mustard. WARNING - Some of my friends say they can hear their arteries hardening while eating them...LOL Have fun!

    Recipe #214097

    Serve up smiles in no time with my sensational 3 step, no-bake very berry cheesecake. From FIRST magazine.

    Recipe #206943

    Something quick and spicy. You can use any hot sauce you like. Have fun with it and never take cooking too serious.

    Recipe #189885

    I created this recipe for my mother who loves Pistachios. Since the first slice was served I get requests for this cake all the time. Friends and family actually get mad when I don't bake one for a party or cook-out. The cake comes out extremely moist and the frosting is to die for. I use the frosting method for all frostings, by changing the pudding flavor (chocolate pudding for chocolate frosting etc…). I’ve always use instant pudding mix in this recipe, so I’m not sure how sugar-free or non-instant puddings will work. Have fun and enjoy, I hope it’s as big a hit for you as it is for me.

    Recipe #172825

    A nice spicy corn chowder. Serve with homemade cornbread.

    Recipe #172281

    I was introduced to grits from my best friends mother. She was a true southern bell. Though I liked grits, I thought I could improve on their taste. Don't get me wrong I still love plain grits and butter, but this version has some kick and a whole lotta flavor. My daughter and I love this on Saturday morning or even on a cold afternoon. I always make this on our camping trips. I think Ruby would be proud of my grits.

    Recipe #158531

    I've been making this recipe for years. My wife and kids just love it. It's even better the next day for sandwiches. It's siple to make and you can modify it to your liking. Super low in carbs also.

    Recipe #115059

    If you've been in the SCA or around any of the fighters, you'll know what I'm talking about. Fighter Biscuits are not only popular with my family, they are served as mundane cocktail party appetizers. I think that is where the recipe originally came from. Their main drawback is the fact that due to the sausage in the mix, they should be kept cold. I think that 25 fighters used 75 biscuits per day of battle.

    Recipe #95440

    I make this every couple of weeks and at family gatherings. and my family says 'this is the best tasting meatloaf ever!' I think its the combination of the 3 kinds of ground meat, the breadcrumbs and chipotle peppers. This makes a large meatloaf or split it and freeze some for another day....YUMMY

    Recipe #87017


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