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    One of the best rubs I've come across.

    Recipe #482875

    Portuguese style beans.A very meaty and satisfying bean dish, best served with a tossed green salad and chewy bread.

    Recipe #475048

    This recipe came from a Good Housekeeping cook book, circa 1955. It's very good and has been a family favorite. Real comfort food.

    Recipe #473617

    This recipe is an old family favorite.It was given to us by Meg Hurt, who got it from her mother, Zelma Gordon, who got it from her mother, Mildred Haney, who got it from??? Excellent pie.

    Recipe #471413

    Sausage and bean casserole. Quick, tasty and good.

    Recipe #470528

    A vegetarian dish. You could add almost any kind of protein to satisfy meat lovers.A great summer main dish meal.

    Recipe #469824

    This recipe came by way of B. Smith, and has become a family favorite side dish. Especially around the holidays.

    Recipe #456217

    I've had this recipe on a tattered piece of paper in my recipe box forever. Thought I better post it here for the time the paper copy disintegrates. It's my favorite for pork and chicken. It's not hot, but has a ton of flavor. You could add heat by adding cayenne to taste.

    Recipe #427910


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