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    These are delicious and simple. What a great way to use up extra tomatoes.

    Recipe #149374

    This is great. I don't know where I got the recipe but I bet you can guess what's in it.

    Recipe #149533

    Really really good for dipping shrimp and for raw oysters!! For a slightly unusual flavor substitute tarragon vinegar for the lemon juice.

    Recipe #162285

    This is so good. I use my food processor.

    Recipe #149442

    Recipe #149368

    When I moved to the South someone tricked me into eating catfish. I wouldn't even try it. Now I love it, especially fried

    Recipe #229846

    This is simplicity itself. To reduce the sodium content simply omit the salt.To reduce the sugar content replace the brown sugar with 1-teaspoon molasses and 1/4 cup granulated Splenda.Regular ketchup is full of things you don't even want to know about. I found this recipe on Hillbilly Housewife site.

    Recipe #230807

    These make a delicious spicy snack--you can't eat just one. Not sweet and delicious. They can be frozen for a taste whenever you're in the mood

    Recipe #228550

    The best pork chops I have ever eaten. Served in the Parker House Restaurant in Laurel Ms. It's now closed.

    Recipe #149372

    My husband spent part of his summers growing up in N'Orleans with relatives--and he married a YANKEE? I have tried to learn to cook his favorites. This is one of them. He didn't want the red which is good--no he wanted white! I don't know where I found it, but it is good on shrimp and other seafood for dipping.

    Recipe #149527

    I found this recipe in BON APPETIT. It is delicious and so quick and easy. It calls for orange rough but it is good on any white fish.

    Recipe #145218

    We love shrimp and love this recipe. Its quick and delicious. Try it. You will be plesently surprised.

    Recipe #145886

    YUM Don't know where I got the recipe, but it is really good. Add a salad or pasta for a wonderful meal.

    Recipe #141803

    Spicy and delicious. My husband makes these when we have guests for football games and parties. Also wonderful garnished with Asparagus spears.

    Recipe #145746

    Not another crab cake. Much much better!

    Recipe #145848

    This is sooo good! My sister in law has a housekeeper from Mexico. She makes this wonderful salsa and was kind enough to share the recipe. You'll never want it out of the jar again!

    Recipe #228552

    Recipe #229847

    I am writing this recipe for my own use so it will be vague. I had something similar in Mexico in a stuffed avacado. Try it and make changes as you see fit.

    Recipe #506129

    Bodacious White BBQ Sauce Recipe courtesy of Glenn Coleman of Pensacola, FL, for's BBQ Sauce Championship Cook-Off The original recipe was made with salad dressing but this is much better. The idea of white BBQ sauce comes from the North Alabama region. 1 gal heavy mayo 7 cups white vinegar 1 cup lemon juice 1 cup black pepper 1 cup salt (may be reduced slightly) Mix well and refrigerate 18-24 hours. Do not taste after mixing--it is awful...just wait. Serve as a dip with pulled pork or grilled chicken. Excellent as a dip for fresh vegetables or on a baked potato. Mix 1-2 tablespoons into eggs when beating them for an omelet. Can also be used as a marinade for chicken or fish. May be the best dip ever for any blackened fish. A viewer, who may not be a professional cook, provided this recipe. The Food Network Kitchens chefs have not tested this recipe and therefore, we cannot make representation as to the results. Copyright © 2003 Television Food Network, G.P., All Rights Reserved

    Recipe #149626

    Like scallops? You'll love these and they are so quick and easy to make.

    Recipe #145836

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