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    It's so easy to make and is just one of those feel good recipes. Sticks to the ribs and warms you up kind of meal. I have a wonderful electric 8 quart dutch oven that I make this in but you can use any kind.

    Recipe #279409

    This is one of the easiest and tastiest recipes for chicken that I have ever cooked.

    Recipe #244884

    This recipe was given to me from a close friend. It comes from a famous restaurant (now closed) in Biloxi called the White Pillars Restaurant. You won't be disappointed. It is very good.

    Recipe #364744

    Simple recipe that taste out of this world. Cook this for friends and they love it! Don't worry about having too much thyme and rosemary. I serve this with grilled corn on the cob and fresh salad.

    Recipe #379284

    My Dad grew up in New Bedford and Fairhaven MA so he was very much into Portugues food. My mom was a typical "nothing spicy" New England cook. However, she attempted to make this soup for my dad. She definately succeeded. Make sure you have some crusty bread or portugues rolls to sop up the juices. You will not find a better Kale soup anywhere. Enjoy!

    Recipe #321711


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