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    This is my spin on parsley potatoes

    Recipe #509657

    Got this recipe from Taste of Home Magazine Aug/Sept 2012 issue. Great for a picnic or cookout for a crowd.

    Recipe #483577

    This is very good and impressive for entertaining.

    Recipe #476033

    This is for all, like myself, who don't use any kind of alcohol, but want the flavor in some of our recipes. And, NO, it doesn't always cook off; only if you flame it. And that only takes it down to 75%. Baking or simmering 15 min takes it down to 40%; baking or simmering 2 hours 30 minutes takes it down to 5%. This is according to the US Dept of Agriculture. Cooking times are approximate, according to recipe.

    Recipe #472735

    This is a very good accompaniment to any entree. Time does not include 1 day marinating time.

    Recipe #461342

    Great for a last minute call from someone wanting to visit, and you have nothing to serve them.

    Recipe #460126

    Haven't tried this yet, but it came to me when I saw a corn dog on TV dipped in cheese sauce and coated with jalapenos. If anyone tries this, let me know how it turned out. This system won't let me put "corn dogs" in ingredients list, but they are frozen corn dogs, thawed.

    Recipe #458714

    Jeni's Splendid Ice Cream is very famous out of Columbus Ohio. She generously gave one of her recipes in Ohio Magazine June 2011 issue.She said she puts some cream cheese in her recipes to give it some body. Timing does not include 4 hour freezing time.

    Recipe #457502

    Tried this the other night and it was very good. Prep time does not include marinating time.

    Recipe #457328

    Tried this the other day and they were delicious and very juicy! Prep time does not include 2 hour marinating time.

    Recipe #457325

    I tried this the other day and it was very good! Cooking time does not include 2 hour marinating time.

    Recipe #455377

    I got this from Cooking Light Magazine, Sept 1994 issue. It is very delicious and is a great entertaining dish.

    Recipe #452869

    This is from Dick's Coney stand in the Arcade Market in Canton, Ohio and was loved by all of Canton for many decades.

    Recipe #452817

    This is from the Castamall Lounge in Canton, Ohio from days of old. This is delicious on salad greens as well as reduced down for a sauce on fish or poultry dishes.

    Recipe #452813

    Saw this on Rachael Ray a couple years ago.

    Recipe #452647

    This was on a Bobby Flay Throwdown show. I usually get around 28 ping-pong ball sized meatballs out of this, use what I need, and freeze the rest (baked).

    Recipe #452646

    This is a Gordon Ramsay recipe he made one day when he was on Rachael Ray's show. It's REALLY good!!!

    Recipe #452645

    This is really delicious!!! When my husband and I first had it at a friend's house, he ate 4 pieces because it was so good!

    Recipe #452163

    This is sort of a fru-fru fudge. I don't know if anyone makes it anymore, but my Aunt Helen did and I loved it. You will need a large candy-making marble slab or something similar that will stay cold.

    Recipe #452162

    This is very refreshing and delicious!

    Recipe #452161

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