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    This is a different take on Cranberry Relish. It's less acidic and more sweet. My step-son is very picky, so I accomodated him. The results were suprisingly good! For those who have picky eaters and still want their canberries at holidays...this is a nice compromise.

    Recipe #490521

    A little different way too prepare pork chops. This recipe gives the pork chops a nice tangy flavor and leaves them very tender.

    Recipe #477568

    1 Reviews |  By scg3990

    A Crowd pleaser and a new spin on Bean Dip!

    Recipe #474650

    1 Reviews |  By scg3990

    This is a great appetizer for just about any occasion. It's super easy to make and always goes over well.

    Recipe #474649

    This is an old family recipe and we use potato dumplings rather than noodles of other versions, It is a Great Lentin dish or just an all around comfort food.

    Recipe #474648

    1 Reviews |  By scg3990

    This dip is so robust and flavorful. It requires little work and is such a crowd pleaser. It's an old family recipe and it's great served hot or cold. We have spread it on a good crusty bread,have used pita bread, or even tortilla chips.

    Recipe #474646


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