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    A wonderful and delicious ranch dressing. Totally versatile. Add capers to get tartar sauce. Works well as a dressing for pasta salad or even green salad. Gets thicker as it sits in fridge. I use regular mayo and light sour cream, but recipe will support both full and light versions of either.

    Recipe #432639

    This was my father's chili con carne recipe. He rarely measured anything when making it and consequently neither do I. It is a very mild chili but the heat/spice level can easily be increased (with tabasco or chile peppers) for those who like that sort of thing. The leftovers freeze very well and make an excellent chili mac casserole, it also goes well as Cincinnati style chili (with spaghetti), or in burritos or tacos. I LOVE LOTS and LOTS of dark red kidney beans, but you can use as much or as few beans as you like even substituting light red beans if you prefer. Like all chilis; it's even better the second or third day. The cocoa powder gives it a deeper base note; but can be omitted or instant coffee may be used as a substitution. If you use instant coffee, introduce it in small increments and taste frequently as coffees vary in strength, you may not require as much instant coffee as cocoa powder. The single most variable measure is the ketchup. It is a "to taste" ingredient and is used to balance the seasoning vs tomato. It depends greatly on the amount of the seasoning you add and how acid the tomato sauce and paste are, as well as the intensity of the onion. I can use as little as 3 TBSP or as much as an 8 ounce bottle. It is a very adaptable recipe and handles additions and changes very well. It also travels well for potlucks or brunches. Make it as thick or as thin as you want

    Recipe #138532

    A less expensive but equally as rich-tasting slow-cooker version of the traditional Osso Bucco. Do NOT use boneless turkey meat as the dark meat of the leg and thigh as well as the bones contribute greatly to the taste of the finished product. Osso Bucco is tradionally served over Risotto Milanese and this is wonderful that way; but it's just as good over saffron or plain white rice. Leftovers seldon occur, when they do...they are even tastier then the first day. This dish freezes superbly!

    Recipe #128524

    Easy to make, and VERY expandable.Want more salad? Buy another chicken or two, or three. Adding more chicken? Expand the amounts of the other ingredients to taste. All of the seasonings are to taste, including salt and pepper. If you can't find pimentos, use a jar of roasted red sweet peppers (they are essentially the same thing). The most time consuming portion of this recipe is removing the store cooked chicken from the bones. Super easy and delicious, for brunch, a casual dinner, a picnic, potluck or an office party. It tastes even better the second day.

    Recipe #119944


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