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    This is just something I came up with while wanting something different for grilled salmon. Hope you like it too! You can double it or cut it in half, it can be tweaked to suit your taste. Great on chicken too.

    Recipe #300093

    These are something I just came up with while I was wanting a way to incorporate oatmeal into my diet in a way other than just hot with breakfast. They came out of the oven just 5 minutes ago and I think they are pretty good. Go easy on your reviews, It was just an experiment that in my personal opinion, turned out pretty good and I think they are healthy also.

    Recipe #297359

    I hate to make 7 minute frosting but I love to eat it. I came up with this out of sheer need for a little extra frosting for a cake and it really tasted like 7 minute frosting. Now nothing is as good as the real thing, but for something in a hurry, this works great. It is very tasty on a coconut cake and you can use any flavor you want for differnt cakes.

    Recipe #261562

    This is something that we fix often and really enjoy. My mom created the recipe and she has passed on so I want to keep this recipe alive.I usually use an arm or chuck roast because they come out so tender. I hope you enjoy it as much as we do.

    Recipe #167870

    These are just something that we like at my house and the kids ask for it alot. It is super easy but not for the dieter. I am not sure about the ounces on the cans of ingredients, but the green chilis are the small can and the mushroom soup and Rotel tomatoes are just the standard size around 10 oz's.

    Recipe #120656

    These are terrific little cheesy flat biscuit like snacks. Some people call them crackers. I do not remember where I got this recipe, but I make it quite often and they always go fast at our church gatherings. I use Louisiana hot sauce in mine, but I think any kind of hot sauce would work. I hope you like them as much as we do. They are good right out of the oven or a day or two later. I like to cook them until they are good and brown so they will get a little bit of a crunch along with the chewy. I am not sure about the serving size because these are an appetizer or snack.

    Recipe #120654

    Just came up with it one day while I was cooking and wanting something different.

    Recipe #100716

    This is just a quick and easy down home recipe that my Grandmother made quite often and there was never any leftovers :<( I dont think that I know anyone who does not like this. We serve it over fresh hot biscuits or toast with home fries and slices of fresh tomatoes. Sometimes for supper and sometimes for breakfast. Its a southern thing! Also one reviewer said it was kind of bland, so to give it more flavor be sure and brown the sausage really well and cook the flour for a few minutes as well. If you do not brown the sausage and flour it it will have a tendency to be bland.

    Recipe #99991

    This makes 1 gallon of the smoothest, creamiest and richest ice cream ever. The recipe came from my daughter's college professor. You can add fruit or other stuff like chunks of butterfinger candy bars, heath bars,chocolate chips, you name it. The possibilties are endless. You can also sub any flavor of soft drink for the whole milk and get a completely different taste.

    Recipe #90139

    I cannot remember where this came from, but it has always been a favorite. A little difficult and it makes a large amount. But that makes it perfect for pot-lucks or family gatherings. It is a meal all by its self. Very much worth the time.

    Recipe #90137


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