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    A family function favorite. Enjoy!

    Recipe #273968

    Healthy yet deviously delicious. I got this off of the Soma Studio website. No one believes me when I say it's flourless. I usually make it with a decadent chocolate icing, but I've made it with chocolate avocado icing and it was still scrumptious.

    Recipe #516662

    Umami -- this dessert has it all! And not only is it a craving buster, it also makes for a great St.Patty's Day or Easter dessert. I've been eating this since I was knee high to a grasshopper and it still remains my favorite dessert. From my family to yours -- enjoy!

    Recipe #495065

    Mom's made this for years. It's simple and always turns out scrumptious. *When it comes to the poultry seasoning, it really is to personal discretion. I mearly go by smell.

    Recipe #469387

    This recipe comes from my Auntie LoLo. It's the best ribs I've ever tasted and the easiest by far to prepare. Can't beat scrumptious simplicity! We usually get the country ribs, but you can use any ribs you so choose. These are her instructions. We tend to triple the recipe because these taste sooo good the next day, also! My Aunt will cook them for up to 4 hours. But, 2 is as long as we can stand before digging in! YUM!!!

    Recipe #372586


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