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    I got this recipe in Betty Crockers cookbook, a reprint actually, that was from a very old book. It was for a pie and I only had 12 tarts so I changed it and modified it and yum yum....we had them for Ukranian Christmas dessert and my husband and son told me to write it down before I forget what I enjoy please...

    Recipe #348099

    This is a fantastic cole slaw to go with anything but I made it to go with pulled pork. It is an Emeril Lagasse recipe and I highly recommend it. yummy for sure.

    Recipe #501050

    I got this recipe off of my very special cousin Patsy over 25 yrs ago. It was one of my dads favorite recipes and he use to request it when he would come for a visit. I then somehow misplaced the recipe. I knew dad was going to be coming for a visit and I was in a panic so I tried to reproduce it by memory...which by the way I do not have....but I fooled everyone including my dad and turns out I found the recipe yrs later and mine was very close to the original way Patsy made hers. We are having it this yr for our Easter dinner as my sons girlfriend is a chicken fan and has not tried it.....I hope you all enjoy this as much as we do.......

    Recipe #365382

    Very tasty way to serve pork chops. the ingredients dont seem to go together but when you cook it all up it is wonderful.! My sister and I found this recipe in a magazine several years ago and my brother in law fell in love with it....I forgot about it until I came accross it recently

    Recipe #320873

    I got this recipe from my sister about 15yrs sister doesn't really love to cook & doesn't try a lot of new or 'different' dishes, and follows a recipe to the 'T'..unlike myself.....originally it was made in a crock pot and then baked. But I found the 2 step process to be to time consuming as well as creating more dirty dishes (ugh)...I have changed it up a bit to my familys tastes ....I serve with rice and corn and a nice tossed salad. enjoy :)

    Recipe #368982

    The best roulade you will have ever tasted. I found this years ago in a Company's Coming recipe book and it is a hit. After simmering for the amount of time you can cut each one with a fork. A real crowd pleaser or make it just for the two of you. I have stuffed it with different pickled veggies such as beans, asparagus, carrots etc..use your imagination to change it up your way.....enjoy .

    Recipe #507288

    This is a recipie that I invented by tase and family would have this everyday for supper if I made it....I have only shared it with a few people and they all have ditched their other caesar salad recipies and now are using this one....its awesome and a real surprise full of taste ! the heat can be turned up or down and the garlic can be adjusted.....the amount i am posting feeds my son and husband each a very large bowl...enjoy

    Recipe #294744

    I kind of threw this together one night for a quick supper and what a nice surprise it turned out to be. The whole family loved the spices and gobbled it up. You can adjust the heat to accommodate your tastes. Served it with rice.

    Recipe #514527

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