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    Grandma first introduced this to me, as with everything else I improvised on it. Feel free to substitute beef with half beef/half Italian sausage. In addition, you may substitute the Velveeta with mozzarella if desired.

    Recipe #452597

    Tired of the same old flavorless burgers? Give this a shot! I was told a burger should melt in your mouth without a need to chew, after years of trial and error it would seem this does the trick if prepared correctly. Remember, use a good quality bun and don't be afraid to patty out a monster. Don't let the spice in the name fool you, spices combine to create a subtle unique flavor.

    Recipe #452594

    It was named smoke bread by a friend who noticed I had to smoke up the kitchen to make several servings. Fortunately I eliminated the need for smoke. This recipe is for a single serving of two pieces of toast, please multiply for more servings.

    Recipe #441612

    A juicy meatloaf with more flavor than you can imagine. I have yet to have made one like this that didn't melt in a person's mouth. You will need a cooking bag.

    Recipe #441188

    This is one sure way to ensure juicy chicken while obtaining lots of flavor. A meat injector will be needed, I got mine at Wal Mart for a couple bucks. Best served with white pepper/buttered rice.

    Recipe #441181

    This recipe is pretty much what my family sticks with on Spaghetti night.

    Recipe #441178

    A dish I usually have to make plenty of because the neighbors smell it cooking and invite themselves over for dinner. Top with sour cream, crackers and shredded mild cheddar if desired. The mesa, cayenne pepper and chili spices are available in many cooking kits(Meant for 2lbs beef but I use 3), just cook with directions with additional items. The water is a preference, add more or less for desired thickness.

    Recipe #441043

    I was taught this by a Hispanic person in Los Angeles, I planned to keep it in the family, but I figured what the heck. The method I was taught was rather bland, so I built on to it over the years which includes replacing corn tortillas with flour. Now I live in the southeast, and friends come for miles when they hear this is on the dinner menu. If placed in the fridge, it is even better the next day after the flavors have time to blend together.

    Recipe #441042


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