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    This recipe is from Vincent Mandola, owner of Vincent's Restaurant in Houston. It was posted in the Houston Chronicle. Our local grocery store was out of veal scaloppine so I tried this recipe with the tenderized cubed steaks and it turned out wonderful. If you use the cubed steaks be sure to pound them flat with a meat mallet and cut into serving size pieces. This is one of my family's favorite dishes and the sauce that is server over them is to die for!!!!

    Recipe #189044

    This recipe is a crowd pleaser and if there is any left over it freezes well - just reheat in microwave. I believe I got this recipe out of the Favorite Recipe section of our newspaper. At family gatherings, I am often asked to bring this dish

    Recipe #188735

    These are a crowd pleaser! It spicy and tasty and the gravy goes great over rice. The recipe comes from "Olympic Celebrations, Southern Style" booklet from the Southern Living Cooking School. This is good down-home cookin'!

    Recipe #122618

    A must Try! This spinach dish is SO good! Got it out of the Houston Chronicle food section, tried it, and my family fell in love with it. My 3 yr. old grandson ate 3 helpings. Best of all it's really easy to make.

    Recipe #122598

    A few years ago my husband and I were in Kemah, and with our meal, we were served regular coleslaw with bits of shrimp in it. The slaw was good but we felt that it needed something to spice it up, so I came up with my own recipe. During the hot summer months we enjoy it as a light meal with toasted garlic bread, on these occasion I use 2 pounds of shrimp. Every time I serve this salad it is a big hit and I never have any left over. In order to save preparation time I have the grocer steam the shrimp in Cajun spice, while I do the rest of my shopping. NOTE: The dressing will taste stronger before you toss it with the salad, the salad dilutes the taste of the dressing.

    Recipe #121425


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