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    This is so good, a must try. I like bananas and pineapple so I modified a banana bread recipe to include pineapple, it tookk a few tries but this is what me and a friend came up with. It has the right amount of sweetness, full banana flavor and a hint of pineapple, just enough to balance out the flavors. The pineapple isn't enough to overwhelm the bread but gives it just an essence, you just have to try it :)

    Recipe #495913

    8 Reviews |  By Chipfo

    Oh man, are ya'll in for a treat! :) This Texas barbecue sauce is thick, semi-sweet and spicy. Not really hot spicy (just a little). If you are sensitive to spicy hot then omit the red pepper. This is pretty thick but can be thinned with additional broth or even beer. This is my signature sauce I made in my BBQ stand here in TX and it was a real hit, it took me around 6 months of trial and error to perfect it. I could have kept it a secret, but why. If you like really sweet and mild then this is not for you. This is a sauce you can use for mopping (basting) or as a dipping sauce or for sandwiches. Now.....Quit drooling and get to cookin! This sauce was made to compliment low and slow smoked meats, but hey, if you buy the stuff and you make it, it is your sauce, put it toast as far as I care! Ha ha. This recipe can easily be doubled or tripled for big parties!!

    Recipe #275590

    My Grandmother used to make this dish for Thanksgiving, she simply called it Bavarian Salad but it is a type of broccoli mold. It took several attempts to copy it but I finally have it exactly like hers. It is a simple recipe and one of those dishes either you love it or you don't. Those who like it will gobble it down, ones who don't like it probably won't eat it.

    Recipe #145725

    29 Reviews |  By Chipfo

    I was born and raised in the southern US, beans and cornbread are a staple here in the south, I have been eating beans ever since I was born I think, been making them longer than I can remember. There are so many ways to flavor beans and cook them. My father uses the same technique, but he uses water and onions, a little salt and that is it. My cousin just pours them into a pot and boils them for about an hour to an hour and a half and there done, no soaking, no onion, no anything but a little salt. But we all eat them with cornbread, whether poured over top of the cornbread in a bowl or like me, buttered cornbread on the side crumbling a little on top of the beans as I am eating them.

    Recipe #147391

    8 Reviews |  By Chipfo

    A story about beef jerky - Real tradition cowboy type beef jerky was the meat pulled from the side of a cow and meat scraps leftover from butchering (hence the toughness), thick meaty cuts were cured in a salty brine with whatever herbs or spices they had on hand, often it was twisted and tied into knots and then hung on tree limbs and such in direct sunlight until dried or in a smokehouse if they were so lucky. It was a good source of protein on cattle drives, other than beans and hard bread, maybe an occational rabbit or squirrel it was often what they nibbled on most of the day. I use brisket for it's toughness (cowboy style) but use whatever cut you wish. We don't sun dry anymore because of flys and bugs and such. My beef jerky recipe is also excellent for deer meat, buffalo and such, just make sure it is very lean with little or no fat. Deer made this way is my favorite.

    Recipe #161262

    I made this once while some friends were over, for a snack and it was a big hit, we were all wishing I made more. It is a recipe out of Readers Digest.

    Recipe #111475

    This is a recipe for homemade brats, it is very good and you can add your own touch, such as a teaspoon of red pepper flakes, finely diced jalapeno, a teaspoon of sage, etc. If you don't have a sausage stuffer you can form them into patties and fry or grill, they are still good. This does have a little beer in it but so far nobody can taste the beer. Red wine can be substituted for the beer and water. I use a Boston cut pork roast because of the fat content, if you use leaner pork you will want to add pork fat. Also, Veal is used traditionally in brats, but I sometimes sub a lean cut of beef, veal is better though.

    Recipe #469765

    12 Reviews |  By Chipfo

    This loaf is the best bubble bread I have ever made, it is a pull apart bread that has become another family favorite. It can also be sliced but pull apart in more fun. When my Uncle Jack wants homemade bread this is the one he wants. This bread goes great with any meal that would be served with a garlic bread. Sometimes we just stand around ripping it apart and eating it by itself while it is still warm! Like a pack of mad hungry dogs!

    Recipe #109337

    3 Reviews |  By Chipfo

    When I am in Houston TX I always stop by a Cajun specialty meat shop called Heberts for their delish foods to bring home. One of the stuffings they make is a shrimp cornbread stuffing, they pile it high on pork and fish (you have to take it home and cook it). Well it is to die for. So instead of waiting until I traveled to Houston, I decided to try and copy it, well in my opinion, I topped it. If you like oyster dressing and/or cornbread stuffing, you are going to love this. For the cornbread I used Recipe #4290 .

    Recipe #392452

    3 Reviews |  By Chipfo

    This recipe comes from Rick Bayless's "Mexican Kitchen".

    Recipe #133287

    7 Reviews |  By Chipfo

    Here in the Southern US we pronounce it "dumplins". This is a staple as I grew up, if you want the very basic recipe just leave out the optionals. A very comforting dish. My Father makes this without the options and uses canned biscuits, which is what I grew up on.

    Recipe #155910

    1 Reviews |  By Chipfo

    My mother used to make this as I grew up. It is really good so don't knock it till you try it. It is really easy to throw together and tastes great, I know it goes against most types of cooking, but I grew up on it and I still eat it to this day. I will serve this to guests any day. For this I use only Cambells soup and Liptons onion soup mix, I do not use the store brands, it does make a difference.

    Recipe #404704

    This is a classic Irish dish, I love mashed potatoes and cabbage, I don't know why I didn't think about mixing them, leave it up to the Irish to make something like this. There are a few colcannon recipes here on Zaar, but this one is a little different, I like the fact that the cabbage is sauteed in bacon grease before adding to the potatoes.

    Recipe #258375

    I tried this out of Better homes and Gardens Casserole cookbook (1978) and my Father and I loved it. Next time I want to top it with the tomatoes, then mashed potatoes and the cheese for a variation of Shepherds Pie, I think that would be good.

    Recipe #246550

    This is a family favorite, it has been a tradition for the holidays and I have to make it every year, everyone loves it. (Even if I am not going to be there, I still have to make it and send it with someone) There are some very simular recipes here and I have tried some but I still go back to this one and this is the one I will continue to use. This is a yeast batter bread so no kneading is required, very easy to make and very delicious.

    Recipe #469608

    7 Reviews |  By Chipfo

    I am posting this recipe per request. This is Essential Simmered Quajillo Sauce by Rick Bayless.

    Recipe #132680

    12 Reviews |  By Chipfo

    This is a very delicious bread with an Italian cheese filling, I have been making it for years and am never disappointed. Very easy to make, it is a yeast batter bread so no kneading is required, I like to cut into this and serve while it is still warm. The cheese is actually a filling and not mixed in with the batter.

    Recipe #108574

    I love this rub, I forget where I found it but it has been on my computer for a long time. It is really simple to make and is delicious. I use this rub on brisket and chicken to. There is another recipe very simular to this but it is a little different so I am going to submit this one mainly for my own records. The servings and yeild are just estimates.

    Recipe #442045

    4 Reviews |  By Chipfo

    I came up with this recipe while referencing another recipe here on Zaar. I would have simply reviewed the recipe and added to my cookbook but I made such changes that it is not like the original recipe I referenced, so I feel it would not be a fair rating if I did rate it(even a high rating, which it would have been) I am not saying this is better, but different, the recipe I went by is recipe #16143 . The main reason for the biggest change - the addition of brown gravy is because I like salisbury steaks with mashed potatoes and in order to have enough gravy for 4 or 5 serving of potatoes needs more gravy, plus when I think of salisbury steak I think of brown gravy.

    Recipe #261136

    My aunt lives in Baton Rouge Louisiana, she has been making and serving this at family get togethers for years, I always loved it, I finally got the recipe from her. Yes it has cream of mushroom soups in it, I was just as suprised, if you don't tell anyone they will never know. This is a real treat, very rich, easy to make and perfect for special occations. I know I know, the "cream-of" soups makes it seem not-so-cajun but like I said, my aunt lives in cajun country, so if you have a problem.....take it up with her, ha ha. Her son, my cousin, is famous for his Gumbo, maybe I can get his recipe as well.

    Recipe #472415

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