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    One night my daughter wanted buffalo chicken dip for dinner, so I created a main dish out of one of our favorite dips! So yummy, it is on our regular dinner rotation.

    Recipe #493772

    I have been making this dressing for years. I found it in one of those community recipe cookbooks. You can use your favorite regular cornbread recipe with this (but not sweet cornbread).

    Recipe #337929

    I wanted to free up my stove for holiday dinner, tried it today, in preparation for Thanksgiving. Found several recipes that start out on the stove and end up just staying warm in the crock pot. Will definitely be making mashed potatoes this way from now on!

    Recipe #337856

    This recipe is one that I was given by my mother and have used for years. She found it in an old chinese cookbook and I have never found it since. I made a couple of changes to the original recipe, but basically it is the same one my mother has used for years for her sweet and sour pork. Serve with tempura chicken or pork as a main dish or egg rolls or crab rangoon as a dip. *Of note, the sauce is not your typical red color, it is brownish. The first time I made this, my husband and I were only married a few months and he asked "why isn't this red?" Ever since then, I add a few drops of red food coloring to bring it that red color one usually expects with sweet and sour sauce, you can omit this if you like.

    Recipe #302116


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