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    This recipe was a family favorite when I was growing up. We all went nuts over it every time my mother made it for us. Where it differs from other "Japanese chicken salad" recipes is that it doesn't use Ramen noodles, but rather, the secret is in the hot oil 'puffed' oriental angel hair-size, dry cellophane noodles available in any oriental foods section of any grocery store (either called 'cellophane noodles' or alternatively called 'bean threads' or 'rice thread noodles'--either one will work').

    Recipe #485515

    A surprisingly nice dish. It may look a little bit strange but it tastes very good, especially with buttered toast

    Recipe #485511

    There are a ton of variations on doctoring box type mac and cheese mixes. Here's mine and everyone I try it on seems to like it

    Recipe #365987

    This is an old heirloom family recipe that has been in my family for 8 generations and it has always been a family favorite as I was growing up. I have never seen another recipe like it and I want to publish this before it gets lost to posterity. The dough recipe is unique, but maybe not too unlike some French dough recipes I've seen. Yet this is something I have seen nobody else publish. It seems to be an ancient recipe and I don't want it to get lost. So here it is. Beware: the dumplings are heavy, but that is part of what I like about this dish.

    Recipe #340584

    This is a simple dish, maybe not low fat but quite elegant in its simplicity

    Recipe #340096

    A family favorite when I was growing up. My mother's recipe.

    Recipe #253372

    Tasty adaptation of more familiar squash medley using butter, parsley, tomato, squash, onion and bell pepper. I like this better and it has sort of an "Italian" taste that I myself really like.

    Recipe #238334

    This is as close to 'garlic heaven' as you are likely to get. I don't use pure olive oil because of the expense and half olive/half canola works fine for me. Use whatever combination or pure oil works for you. This sauce is amazing on toasted slices of sour dough French bread, accompanied by a glass of my favorite dry red or white wine. It is also wonderful on cooked meat (beef, pork or chicken).

    Recipe #197526

    I don't know if anyone else will like this, but I do.

    Recipe #195512

    A family heirloom favorite. Fairly easy to make and very tasty stuffed tomato dish that makes a great dinner entrée.

    Recipe #192596

    I don't' know who else likes greens cooked this way, but I do. You could further reduce the calories but substituting all or part of the sugar with artificial sweetener, as long as you don't heat it too much and cause it to lose its sweetness. I never measure my vinaigrette ingredients, so you may have to taste test and adjust the balance of flavors when you make this dish. I really like greens fixed this way.

    Recipe #170261

    This is an attempt to duplicate a sauce sold locally here in my area called "J Lee Roy's Sweet/hot Dipping sauce". I have never been able to find a recipe, and long hours of experimentation has, I think, brought me pretty close. It is very good when you're serving fried pork or chicken I haven't tried it with beef. But it is also good with polish sausage.

    Recipe #170192

    This is based on a recipe my mother used to make for us all the time when I was growing up. It would seem to be too simple to be good but it isn't. It can be made with any red meat, either pork, beef or lamb.

    Recipe #166626

    This recipe is a little time consuming and has frying and re-frying involved, but in my opinion, it is worth every minute it takes to do it.

    Recipe #166466

    This is the combination and amounts of ingredients that I have found works for me and is a hit when I put it into tuna sandwiches. The trick is not to let it get soupy. Got to watch the mayo and the relish.

    Recipe #164478

    I sort of came up with this based on similarity to a number of Tex-Mex style recipes. I had odds and ends on hand and put this together. I liked the flavor, so decided try it again. Adding fresh, chopped cilantro (if you like cilantro) when the dish is done and served really adds to the final taste of this recipe.

    Recipe #163710

    Another family favorite great especially at Thanksgiving but good anytime.

    Recipe #163515

    This recipe comes from a friend of mine who is a native Mississippian. This recipe comes to her passed down within her family for who knows how many generations.

    Recipe #163464

    A favorite recipe of my mother's as I was growing up.

    Recipe #163432

    This is a genuine German Sauerbraten recipe that is not the typical one using vinegar. Our family came by this recipe from a German-American friend who emigrated from Bremen, Germany. When she made this, it was always accompanied by potato pancakes and German sweet/sour cabbage (recipes not included here).

    Recipe #163283

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