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    Basic green chili recipe - It has potatoes but no tomatoes. It is excellent eaten alone or served up smothering whatever. This makes a lot. Be prepared to freeze the extras or give it away!

    Recipe #336873

    Tastes like buffalo style chicken wings with ranch dressing and celery sticks in each bite!

    Recipe #331967

    This is a recipe that I have adapted so that I can make whole wheat runzas. Please note that you can also use this recipe to make white bread runza dough, just substitute white flour for the whole wheat. Also you can use 1/2 whole wheat flour and 1/2 white flour if you so desire. Use any kind of fillings that you like. My family likes ham and cheese, philly cheese steak, pepperoni pizza, scrambled eggs with cheese and bacon, to name just a few other than the traditional. Use your imagination and tailor to what your family likes. These freeze beautifully after they are baked when individually wrapped. Just microwave from frozen or thawed.

    Recipe #314413

    This is the only way my husband will even think about eating corned beef. Typically he thinks corned beef is vile - LOL!

    Recipe #289796

    This is best if allowed to marinate overnight. Use any pieces of chicken that you like - skinless is best as the flavor really gets into the meat more. This recipe is from another 'Zaar recipe but that one used a slow cooker and pork.

    Recipe #242815

    This is how my Mother taught me to make baked beans. Warning they are on the sweet side but they are so good... I have put in a range for some of the ingredients start on the low side and then add more to suit your tastes. Also, you can change up the type of beans used as you desire - just be sure to always start with the large can of pork and beans.

    Recipe #241642

    This is how my MIL makes clam chowder - basic but good and not very thick. This is the clam chowder that DH insists we have for Christmas Eve.

    Recipe #241594

    low fat remake of this recipe found on 'zaar.

    Recipe #241508

    Deviled eggs with a twist - bacon, cheese and a splash of Tabasco sauce.

    Recipe #241507

    A hummus without tahini.

    Recipe #241506

    This is the simplest and best way to make a ham. It even seems to make the ham less salty.

    Recipe #241504

    There are other recipes similar to this on 'Zaar, but this one is healthier and still delicious.

    Recipe #241500

    This is the only cheese ball that I know of that people in our town love - I heard that it is so well loved that at one time it was even given as Christmas gifts! From what I understand the old coach/PE teacher at the high school is the one who started this thing.

    Recipe #241486

    A tasty side dish that is very low calorie and low fat.

    Recipe #239031

    Polish Stuffed Cabbage the way my Grandmother taught me. This is different from the other recipes on here for this dish.

    Recipe #194712

    This is the sausage stuffing that my family has made for years only adapted for my sage loving husband. If you aren't a real fan of sage then use regular instead of sage sausage and only use 1 tsp chopped fresh sage and 1 tsp chopped fresh poultry seasonings. If you like summer squash and zucchini it is a wonderful addition.

    Recipe #194382

    This was the first turkey that I ever made. Not sure where the recipe came from now, but this is hands down the best turkey I have ever had. If you can't find the fresh herbs mentioned in the recipe just use any other fresh herbs that go well with turkey.

    Recipe #194380

    Chinese Pork Buns

    Recipe #194233

    This is the red beet soup that I grew up eating. I make it for my family now, my mother still makes it, her mother made it, and probably her mother made it too. So very rich and good. This is comfort food for me, especially when I am homesick.

    Recipe #194225

    This is my version of that store bought seafood spread that Publix used to carry (might still but I don't live near a Publix now).

    Recipe #194224

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