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    My mother got this recipe from an Italian friend that she worked with in California during WWII. It's one of those recipes that can be put on the back burner to simmer and doesn't require a lot of fussing over. She would put a pot of this on the stove to cook and then start her weekly bread baking. The smells wafting out her kitchen window would draw the neighborhood kids to our house so she usually had quite a few extra mouths to feed. Recipe can easily be cut in half.

    Recipe #445951

    If you have unexpected guests show up and need something tasty that can be on the table in just a little over an hour, this one's for you. A friend shared the recipe with me and we loved it.

    Recipe #352055

    Sammy's Charcoal Grill was a locally owned restaurant which was in business here from the early 1950's through the 1970's. Their steaks were outstanding. They were well known for their wedge lettuce salad which was covered with a generous serving of their special salad dressing. I have searched for their salad dressing recipe for years and finally found someone who had it. I'm putting it here for safe keeping so I won't lose it!

    Recipe #316428

    This is a really good addition to your menu when you're serving chicken enchiladas. It's not just another salad. I have even prepared it using pineapple instead of the mango and it's also good that way. None of us likes cilantro, so we leave it out. I've also used picante sauce from a jar in place of the Jalapeno pepper on occasion. I really don't remember where I got the recipe. I suspect it was in some magazine at some time or another.

    Recipe #298843

    This is another recipe from The Mansion on Turtle Creek in Dallas. It is a recipe created by chef Dean Fearing and is Southwest cuisine at it's best. The recipe calls for cold-pressed peanut oil. I make it with canola because it's easier to find and it's healthier.

    Recipe #117734

    This recipe originally came from The Mansion on Turtle Creek in Dallas. It's a different salsa recipe. It's good served with lobster or mahi-mahi.

    Recipe #117666

    This is a really yummy recipe which was created by Chef Stephen Pyle at the Routh Street Cafe in Dallas. It is sooooo good. As you will see from the ingredients list, this is not your typical Tex-Mex dish. It takes Tex-Mex to another level!

    Recipe #117662

    I LOVE peaches. In the summer when peaches are ripe and juicy, this is a wonderfully decadent dessert. It isn't for anyone who is counting calories though. If you're having guests, this can be prepared ahead of time.

    Recipe #117650

    This recipe for chicken with a kick, came from a Dallas Cuisine cookbook. The Good Eats Restaurant was known for this recipe. If you love jalepenos, you'll like this chicken.

    Recipe #116897

    This is Tex-Mex at its best. It's a great chicken soup recipe. I have not prepared this recipe, but I have eaten it and it's delish. The recipe came from the Chiquita Mexican Cuisine restaurant in Dallas, TX.

    Recipe #116896

    I love soup on a frosty winter day. We have just had 13 inches of snow and this was a tasty treat. I didn't have dry sherry, so I used a white wine instead.

    Recipe #113955

    I found this recipe in the December 2004 issue of Southern Living Magazine. It's a new and refreshing way to serve okra.

    Recipe #113734

    The perfect Gumbo. I adopted this recipe in September, 2006. It is the best gumbo recipe I have ever tried.

    Recipe #109785

    I love the taste of fruit and pork. I found this recipe in Southern Living Magazine and adapted it to my taste. If you don't want to mess with preparing the loin yourself, most butchers will do it for you.

    Recipe #107395

    Love this recipe because you don't have to peel the potatoes. I didn't get it from anywhere...I've always made garlic potatoes this way. I guess you could say it's my recipe....or maybe I do it this way because it's the way my mother did it. LOL

    Recipe #106643

    I got this recipe from a friend. If you like kahlua, you'll love these carrots. Not only are they yummy, they look pretty.

    Recipe #106214

    This is a different green vegetable salad. It has become a Thanksgiving tradition in our family.

    Recipe #104108

    This is a great crockpot recipe to serve on a cold winter day. I serve it with a little grated cheese to put on top and cornbread. This will put some pep in your step!!!

    Recipe #103557

    This recipe came out of a cookbook compiled by a newspaper woman in my city. I'm posting it in response to a recipe request. I have used this recipe for making dumplings for years. I will admit that I'm not picky about the quantity of chicken that I use. I just throw whatever I have into the pot. These are old fashioned doughy dumplings, so if you're looking for the noodle type, these aren't for you. They aren't really heavy though. The broth thickens quite well. The original recipe calls for you to shred the chicken. I always leave it in chunks because I like the texture. I also don't tend to measure the seasonings that I put in. I sometimes use more poultry seasoning and sometimes add some basil or oregano. This is an easy recipe to adapt to your individual taste.

    Recipe #102808

    This is a recipe that our family uses to glaze ham. You can also double the recipe so that you will have plenty to serve as a sauce on the side. It's a must with a holiday ham.

    Recipe #102081

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