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    In our town, we have some businesses where the employees get together and publish there own recipe book. This is from one of those books. My older sister submitted this recipe probably 10 years ago.

    Recipe #420117

    When I saw this recipe I thought it would be a cool way to get little guys to eat their eggs.

    Recipe #419582

    I have always loved mexican food, and that includes dessert !

    Recipe #419735

    I started makin' deviled eggs for family get-togethers a long time ago and I started out with the amount in this recipe, but as the years passed by, the recipe grew and now if I want a couple for myself I have to make at least two dozen eggs ! The secret is in how the eggs are cooked !

    Recipe #418852

    These are the spuds we like to have with a pot of pinto beans and good corn bread.

    Recipe #409229

    I just dreamed it up one day. It seems like Panko bread crumbs make things better.

    Recipe #406068

    This is so easy that anyone can do it, and it makes a really great sweet/hot relish.

    Recipe #408597

    I found this recipe in an old Baptist church cookbook.

    Recipe #421455

    This is another recipe I found in a church cookbook. I find a lot of good recipes in church cookbooks and this looks easy !

    Recipe #419755

    I've always been a fan of any kind of beans, especially baked beans, so I decided to come up with my own version.

    Recipe #421451

    There's a lot of good duck hunting in Arkamsas, so we come up with good duck recipes from time to time. I'm not really sure where this one originated.

    Recipe #419378

    Just another one I found in an old cookbook ! The reviewer of this recipe was very dossapointed. I have not tried this one myself, but I took the liberty of changing the salt content. This is a recipe that I ran across in an old old cookbook. I suggest anyone trying it just do a little experimenting. My apoligies.

    Recipe #421456

    I found this in an old church recipe book.

    Recipe #419692

    I received this recipe in an e-mail from a friend. I didn't find one like it on the Zaar, so I decided to post it for safe keeping.

    Recipe #426114

    The first time I posted this recipe I accidentally left out an ingredient, the cream of mushroom soup. My Pastor's wife brought this casserole to a Pot-Luck Dinner at our church and it was so good that I begged her out of the recipe. I would like to apologize to Susie D.

    Recipe #406069

    This is the stuffed pepper recipe I've been using for years and they seem to dissapear pretty fast. Hope ya'll like em. Recipe for two:

    Recipe #407576

    I've been making pepper jelly for a long time and I've changed it up here and there. This is just one version. Hope ya'll like it !

    Recipe #406326

    You are gonna love these ! Trust me, No, I mean it Trust Me !! The name of this recipe comes from the two sugars.

    Recipe #430403

    I live in Arkansas and my wife is from Ohio and we in the south love our chili and we like it a certain way. When my mother-n-law made me some of her chili, it had potatoes in it. I never heard of potatoes in chili, but I tried it and it was great. Been makin' it ever since. But here at home, I don't call it chili. I call it yank stew.

    Recipe #406117

    I've been making stuffed jalapenos for a while. My wife cooks them on the BBQ grill when she broils steaks. Yummo. I just decided to try breakfast sausage in these.

    Recipe #407043

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