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    Found this in a newspaper a few weeks ago by Sherry McCarty, Albuquerque, NM. I only added extra onion and cheese. Marinara Sauce is suggested for an Italian flair. I used Dee514's recipe #30903. This is a very good light meal.

    Recipe #166062

    This recipe, and a few to follow, comes from a recipe book found in an old book bin. "California Wine Country Cooking, Volume II is by Yvonne Boulleray. It is a compilation of recipes by her family and friends in France.

    Recipe #163162

    From "California Wine Country Cooking, Volume II, by Yvonne Boulleray.

    Recipe #163130

    From an old Williamsburg Settlement cook book.

    Recipe #128711

    This is the only recipe among my posted that I have not personally tried, but we tomato lovers all know that a tomato is a tomato is a tomato. From The Kitchen Library.

    Recipe #126127

    This is a repeat status recipe. I fix them mostly for my grown son's parties now, and they are the first item to go. Especially in demand during the Holiday Season. An old Southern Living recipe.

    Recipe #126113

    A satisfying meal, with sides of your choice, when it's just too darn hot to eat a heavy meal. Recipe is from Southern Living.

    Recipe #126013

    We swap off the Pecans and Bacon, but the caramelized onions are fixed.

    Recipe #124966

    These are really nice for those long, hot, Texas summers.

    Recipe #124965

    This is a very good dish, plus a great way to get everyone to eat their veggies. The recipe hales from a gentleman in the Men's Chorale in San Antonio, Texas. Use imported cheeses for best results.

    Recipe #124522

    I have regularly prepared this dish for over a quarter of a century. I want so much to say that it is mine; but, alas, I cannot. The recipe came from an International Vegetarian Cookbook. We do a "no-no" and add ground sirloin to it.

    Recipe #124518

    The root vegetable stock can be used in many other international recipes. I also use it in some of my American stews, soups, etc.

    Recipe #124515

    Now that the garden's in, this is what's for dinner.The recipe is a little tedious, but so worth the effort. It was taken from the internet years ago. Enjoy!

    Recipe #124257

    Old-fashioned pimiento cheese for old-fashioned times, i.e., summertime family reunions, "supper on the ground," lots of kids, watermelon and home-made ice cream. (At least that's the way it was for us.)

    Recipe #122620

    This is SO good that we often have only this for supper so that we can eat lots of it. The recipe was given to us by a family member with years and years of experience cooking for huge crowds. It is especially scrumptious when the squash is garden-fresh.

    Recipe #120842

    When one is just plain tired of chicken and/or meat this is simply divine. Credit goes to Linda King of Dunwoody, Ga. and was featured in Southern Living. This is also great for your Vegetarian guests.

    Recipe #113657


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