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    This cornbread is done in true southern style. I’ll take it even further and say Texas Style! You cook the cornbread in the same cast iron skillet that you cooked the bacon, leaving the bacon grease in the skillet. Then you cook it and serve it in the same cast iron skillet. What a delicious crust this makes!

    Recipe #468159

    This is how we do butter in Texas! You just can’t have too much onion, and the cinnamon works with that sweet onion flavor so well. I created this for my website, Smoked 'n Grilled.

    Recipe #468158

    A burger with a bit of a sweet kick to it. So if you have a bit of a sweet tooth, you’ll love this one. I must say, I was really pleased with the way the sweetness of the Craisins grabbed me with every bite. And the walnuts really add a nice crunch!

    Recipe #468152

    This is Texas style chili with beans. This is my own recipe and it comes from my website, Smoked 'n Grilled. I tweaked this until it's just the way I like it! If you want it mild, then leave out the cayenne, but leave the black pepper in, because black pepper is very healthy for you.

    Recipe #468100

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