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    I was inspired to try to make these at home after watching the Travel Channel when they aired a piece about a place called Ted's Restaurant in Meriden, CT. Where he makes these awesome looking, gooey cheese covered burgers. I can't think of anyone who has a steam box like the one Ted uses in his restaurant, and after viewing the episode, I wanted one! So, I grabbed my patty press from the cupboard and went on to try to make these awesome burgers at home with a large frying pan, glass lid, and the wire rack from my toaster oven. Since no flipping is involved, I decided to place a slice of onion on each burger while it steamed. I was very delighted to find that the burgers not only came out juicy and flavorful, but was also surprised on how fast and easy it was, and because there are no grease splatters, clean up was a cinch!

    Recipe #413071

    Here it is, my Mother's sweet and sour cabbage recipe! Whenever served guests will ask for the recipe. Quite simple to make, and can easily be doubled for a dish to pass, etc...

    Recipe #406793

    I was thumbing through the family cookbook and found a couple variations for scalloped potato's..I referred to both recipes and tweek'ed it a bit. This is a large recipe that I use for party's as a dish to pass, etc. But can be easily scaled down. I prefer to leave the skins on, but it's up to you, tastes great either way.

    Recipe #398424

    I got this recipe from my sister after attending a family get together, it makes a good dish for potluck, or a complete meal at home.

    Recipe #384826

    This recipe is one of the many benefits and a key factor in having a garden every year. After trying several different variations, this one is always the most popular.

    Recipe #384706

    Roasted chicken, corn tortillas, cilantro --smothered in a creamy tomatillo sauce and cheese! Makes a great dish for supper, or something unique for a dish to pass.

    Recipe #366161

    This derives from my mothers cabbage roll recipe. Rolling those darn things is too time consuming, so...I came up with this short, less labor intensive version, and best of all tastes the same! Easily can be doubled for a potluck pleaser

    Recipe #362264

    Here is my chili recipe. Not too spicy, it has just the right kick, This recipe makes a pretty large batch, but can easily be reduced. Its a very straight forward recipe which makes it easy to make and will have em' asking for seconds.

    Recipe #361694

    Cheesy, and simple to make, with very few ingredients. To save a step and add a bit of flavor, I prefer to leave the skins on.

    Recipe #354994

    One of my memories of going to Bill Knapp's was looking forward to having a bowl of their delicious vegetable soup. This recipe is not spot on, but I feel it's close, but nevertheless satisfying. I use a pressure cooker when preparing this recipe. The beef nearly melts in your mouth and from start to finish in about an hour. I got the recipe from a newspaper article, I made a couple of minor changes to the recipe and use the pressure cooking method instead of conventional method.

    Recipe #354772

    A family favorite, I always make a large batch of this, as it goes quickly. But, here is my scaled down version.

    Recipe #100517


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