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    33 Reviews |  By Deely

    This is DH's recipe. It is simple comfort food and is very versatile. You can use chicken quarters in place of chops or chicken broth in place of water. Feel free to experiment with different herbs. We never make this the same way twice. A side note: I would recommend using a bone in, fattier cut of pork and not loin chops in this recipe.

    Recipe #142542

    32 Reviews |  By Deely

    WOW! No streaks, no smears, no buffing. This will clean ceramic tile counter tops, windows and their vinyl casings, SS appliances, sealed wood AND it removes hairspray from mirrors. So far that's all I've tried it on, as I came up with this recipe just this morning. I've been a cleaning fool today, experimenting on everything. I love it...Let me know what you think.

    Recipe #135802

    17 Reviews |  By Deely

    This a very easy recipe I've been making for 25 years. It's addictive. It's made with all dried herbs.

    Recipe #133054

    14 Reviews |  By Deely

    This is a basic hamburg, tomato goulash. It is very kid friendly.

    Recipe #133532

    9 Reviews |  By Deely

    These hush puppies have a cake like consistency (not your little ball of dry cornmeal). This is my base recipe, but it can be altered to your own taste, such as less sugar and more jalapeño. The catfish recipe is my husband's, and is more of an ingredient than a recipe, but this is our most requested meal when we're having friends over, so I thought I'd add it. I usually also serve with french fries, onion rings and fried mushrooms. Not the most healthy meal in the world...but oh, so good.

    Recipe #132422

    9 Reviews |  By Deely

    This is a recipe from Ivan's on Jost Van Dyke, BVI. This recipe originated at the Soggy Dollar Bar just down the beach...But they wouldn't share their recipe. Luckly Tal, my favorite bartender, did.

    Recipe #127215

    6 Reviews |  By Deely

    DH loves this recipe so much, that when he retires, he's considering buying a mobile concession stand to haul behind our RV to sell these hotdogs. We add cheese, onion and mustard, but that is your choice. This freezes well.

    Recipe #218028

    6 Reviews |  By Deely

    These are a family favorite...quick, easy and tasty. As always this is a base recipe. I mix this up by sometimes adding garlic, onion, and cheese. Feel free to experiment.

    Recipe #145104

    5 Reviews |  By Deely

    I start these pork chops on the stove top in my cast iron skillet and then place them in the oven to finish cooking. I think the recipe is an adaptation of a BH&G's recipe.

    Recipe #237476

    4 Reviews |  By Deely

    Well at least it was in our family. This recipe was my grandma's and it's the only one I'll eat (about every 5 years). It's not the most heart healthy recipe in the world, but oh, the memories it brings back. This is how grandma wrote it out.

    Recipe #234026

    4 Reviews |  By Deely

    This is a very economical recipe that I came up with out of sheer boredom. Country ribs are always on sale and because of that, I buy them often, but we got tired of BBQ ribs fast! I used very lean, boneless ribs and they came out flavorful and fork tender. I made the entire recipe in my cast iron skillet, but you can also bake it in a casserole dish. As always, this is a base recipe. Feel free to adapt to your family's tastes.

    Recipe #337718

    4 Reviews |  By Deely

    If you are looking for something different to do with pork, this is a great recipe. I adapted this from the Better Homes and Gardens Meat Cookbook, circa 1960. It originally called for veal. I've been making this recipe for 25 years and it is a family favorite. It's an easy recipe and you'll have the ingredients in your cupboard. The recipe calls for skewering the meat on 9 inch skewers, but when making it for the family, I just brown and bake the cubed meat in a cast iron pan. For company, I do skewer the meat. And, I do reduce the salt content and allow guests to add it to their own taste.

    Recipe #113731

    4 Reviews |  By Deely

    This is a recipe that was going around in the 70's. I use 1 cup fresh seafood for each of the canned ingredients now, but I'm posting this as it is on my old recipe card. This is a base recipe, and very versatile. You can add seasonings, fresh herbs, sweet pickle relish, etc. I use tri- colored spiral pasta.

    Recipe #132347

    3 Reviews |  By Deely

    This is a recipe from my best friend Mary's dad. When my father tasted it, he said it was the closest to his mothers he's ever tasted! It's an old time country recipe... In memory of Jerry. Update: Since I posted this, I've modified the recipe...When I'm using canned pumpkin, to make the texture more like fresh pumpkin, I bake one sweet potato, mash and then add pumpkin to equal 3 cups.

    Recipe #136101

    3 Reviews |  By Deely

    I devised this recipe, using Rotel Tomatoes, when I moved to Louisiana, and friends complained that my old recipe was too bland. You can use any strength Rotel you like, but keep in mind, the longer these are frozen the hotter they will get. I always have these in my freezer for unexpected company.

    Recipe #132978

    3 Reviews |  By Deely

    These are a very tasty, dense and moist muffin...A breakfast in themselves. You can use Whole Grain Total cereal in place of the bran flakes. This recipe is from my best friend up in Erie, PA. My recipe card is dated 1986.

    Recipe #139239

    3 Reviews |  By Deely

    This recipe comes from my good friend Robert's mother. It was written on a scrap of paper in no particular order. As with all my recipes, it is a starting point so please, feel free to adapt it to your personal tastes...if you don't like okra, leave it out. If you like smoked sausage in your gumbo, add it. We like crab claws in ours but they weren't in the original recipe. There is also a Louisiana spice in it called Slap Ya Mama that you can find on line, which is Robert's addition to his Mama's recipe. Tony's seasoning would do in a pinch. Also don't rush making the roux...it takes time and patience.

    Recipe #355863

    3 Reviews |  By Deely

    This is a simple roast, seasoned with savory. I brown and bake this in my cast iron dutch oven. It makes great gravy and very tasty sandwiches. I want to thank SnoopyCooks for her suggestion to thicken the gravy with cornstarch, as I forgot that step.

    Recipe #161075

    3 Reviews |  By Deely

    This recipe was born out of puppy boredom. Rascal loves Kim D's recipe #28099 but he wanted some variety so taking her lead I came up with this version. Now he has 2 favorite cookie recipes.

    Recipe #380346

    3 Reviews |  By Deely

    The starting point for this recipe is credited to CrystalA. Without her original recipe, I never could have come up with this one. This flavorful family favorite is comfort food at its best.

    Recipe #180498

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