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    After many many years of fiddling with these, they are finally just like the ones in the middle eastern restaurants. You can make lesser amounts by dividing the recipes in half, but I make the large jars because everyone loves them.

    Recipe #382628

    Make your ground lamb loaf the day before, then slice and heat to serve with tomato and sweet onion, on warmed pita rounds, with this fantastic cucumber / yogurt sauce.

    Recipe #382355

    Perfected after many years of tweaking, friends and family all make this and love it. Makes over a quart, and useful for many dishes. And, best of all, so easy !

    Recipe #382271

    I searched for years for the "perfect" coleslaw dressing,,,this is it ! Large recipe, makes a quart,,,but you can easily halve the ingredients. I'm thinking you will love it too !

    Recipe #382254

    If you love ranch dressing, but do not want the additives in most bottled brands, then you will love this. Just make the spice mix, keep it in the freezer (there is enough for MANY uses), and when you want ranch dressing, just mix with buttermilk and mayo. If you want ranch dip, then mix with sour cream and mayo. It is worth the time to prepare this mix, and worth the collection of spices necessary to make it.

    Recipe #382249

    These ribs are tenderized the day before and marinated overnight in an amazing sauce. Then, the next day, placed on the barbecue (or under the broiler) to heat & crisp - DELICIOUS ! And never fail to bring RAVES from the crowd. Better than the best Chinese restaurants...

    Recipe #382248


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