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    Tomatoe based meatballs. They're called 'Porcupine Balls' because of the rice that is cooked in them. Funny name but yummy to eat.

    Recipe #190198

    This is the wonderful goulash that my mother and grandmother make (a cheesy version)and yet another Southern dish that I grew up on. Its cheap, fulfilling, and easy to make.

    Recipe #183903

    May not look pretty but is oh so yummy.

    Recipe #182964

    This is my mother and grandmother's recipe and one of my comfort dinners.

    Recipe #182963

    A little twist on the traditional spaghetti recipe. Fast and simple to make.

    Recipe #182961

    Greek style pork chops. Simple and fast!

    Recipe #182855

    Another recipe I got from my mom when I was first learning to cook. Easy to make.

    Recipe #182851

    This is the recipe I used for my first time making chili. Realy good and easy.

    Recipe #182849

    This a great recipe for the red version of Jambalaya and is easy to make. You can use just about any meats you want,but I prefer chicken and smoked sausage. I'm from the deep South and when I first made this for my Kentucky family (where I now live) they ate it up! It is bon (good)!!! I hope you enjoy making this as much as I do and I hope your family will enjoy it...

    Recipe #182847

    Chicken wrapped in crescent rolls, cheese, and topped with more cheese. Yummy yum yum!

    Recipe #182453

    This is the EASIEST recipe for good ol' chicken and dumplings.

    Recipe #182452

    This is a great recipe for anyone who wants to try out their hand making authentic gumbo for the first time. It may seem like a lot, but don't let it scare you. It's easier than it looks. I like using chicken and shrimp in mine but you can use just about any kind of meat(s) you want. For those of you who don't realy like okra, good news, you can leave out that part if you want. It'll still taste great. Well, have fun cooking and enjoy! P.S. Cooking this goes great with a beer!;)

    Recipe #181035


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