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    This legendary Dallas Restaurant Chain closed sometime during the ‘90’s; however, anyone who ever ate there will recall these wonderful rolls.

    Recipe #295116

    This jelly of mine won first place at the State Fair of Texas, and the recipe was printed in the State Fair cookbook.

    Recipe #246397

    This jelly is so easy, and is definitely something you won't find at the grocery store! I make it using Ocean Spray Ruby Red Grapefruit juice because I trust their juices.

    Recipe #246399

    This simple stuffing/dressing recipe has been passed down for several generations in Ohio. Now that I'm in Texas, I kept losing the darn recipe, so I decided to upload it here. BTW, you can add cooked and chopped giblets and neck to this dressing, if desired. Just simmer them in water or chicken broth for several minutes or so to ensure they're properly cooked before adding to mix.

    Recipe #401327

    Mary's famous chicken casarole.

    Recipe #435725

    Adapted from Jolinda Hackett's "The Everything Vegan Cookbook," this delicious, super-healthy recipe will convince even the most hardcore carnivore that plant-based dishes like this one are delicious, nutritious, and surprisingly affordable. (Be sure and compare the nutritional information of this recipe with any other chili made with ground beef or turkey.) Cook this concoction in a slow cooker for several hours, and you'll end up with a sure-fire crowd favorite.

    Recipe #469209


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