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    Teacakes are a southern staple. They are easy and inexpensive to make, and the flavor is amazing. Recipe can be halved and cookies can be baked in a toaster oven.

    Recipe #264560

    Pancakes that can be stirred up as fast as a mix. As a young cook, I tried mixes but most called for an egg and oil. So I thought since I had to get these out anyway, I may as well skip the mix and use my own flour and milk also. This is what I came up with.

    Recipe #125928

    This recipe was inspired by Alton Browns Fajita Marinade. If skirt steak is not available, any lean beef steak not more than 1/2 inch thick will do. This smells amazing on the grill.

    Recipe #264556

    A really quick and easy stew to put together. This has no nasty surprises such as skin, bones, gristle, etc. Serve with corn bread or crackers and American cheese.

    Recipe #129490

    This recipe was inspired by Diners Freezer Salsa. Recipe #12275 . I was looking for a method to freeze salsa, and this worked just perfectly. I only used a few ingredients, and my family loves it. I found out through trial and error that onions makes it sweet, so I leave them out. Another great thing about this is you don't have to make gallons. Just use however many tomatoes that need to be used, and alter the jalapenos and spices to suit your taste. The last batch I made just 2 days ago was almost inhaled by my youngest son. I had only one small bag to put in the freezer. That makes it all worthwhile.

    Recipe #319346


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