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    One of my favorite things about summer is grilling shish kebobs. My mom's meat marinade is the best! This works really well with a chuck steak sliced very thin (freeze the meat a bit to make it easier to cut) and threaded on the skewers. I am not sure that it's all that necessary, but a 24-hour marinade is what I aim for. Servings, yield and times are pretty random numbers (cooking time is recommended marinade time). This makes enough to marinate a pound (or a little more) of meat. Happy grilling!

    Recipe #427876

    This recipe comes from Fix-It and Forget-It Cookbook, Feasting with Your Slow Cooker (this particular recipe is courtesy of Irma H. Schoen). My mom has the book and I had to snag a few recipes from it while visiting her. So I've not tried this recipe, but I sure want to. (Must get my broken crock pot replaced! Anyone have recommendations for a new one?)

    Recipe #398856

    This has to be the best mushroom soup I've ever tasted. I'm not sure who to credit for it.

    Recipe #184688


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