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    This is a wonderfully aromatic soup perfect for the seafood lover. Add a salad and some drippy garlic bread and you have a great summer supper.

    Recipe #29533

    My wife went crazy over these when I made them for her today. I only steamed half of them and froze the other half.

    Recipe #25832

    These meatballs are the centerpiece to your quickest meals. We add them to our favorite jar sauce, MONJUNI'S. This sauce is slightly sweet and just wonderful. Take a loaf of French bread and make a super meatball sandwich. The bang far out weighs the bucks on this one.

    Recipe #24762

    These are the lightest pancakes I've ever eaten. My business partner (Al) gave me the recipe. Try 1/4 cup of pecans or blueberries in the batter.

    Recipe #23957

    This is a great seafood stew for any weather, but really outstanding in cold weather. It also freezes well!

    Recipe #22993

    This is one of my families' favorites. You can make it just as spicy or non spicy as you like by varying the amount of jalepenos added

    Recipe #22683


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