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    I recently adopted this recipe. I made major changes to the recipe 02/22/05, the results being a much better casserole. Feel free to leave out any offensive ingredient.

    Recipe #7009

    This is an adopted recipe. Please keep in mind that you can reduce the amount of crawfish. You do not have to have 40 pounds of crawfish to make this dish. Also keep in mind that this boil is a meal, complete with corn and potatoes.

    Recipe #6560

    A wonderful phenomena occurs when you treat your garlic this way...

    Recipe #6570

    This stew was a mainstay for many chuck wagon cooks of the early cattle drives. It was often used at social gatherings when visitors would bring a variety of ingredients. This recipe has been modernized for convenience but should be cooked in a well-seasoned cast iron kettle. It can be cooked over an open campfire, charcoal, or on a modern stove. The recipe comes to us from Scottsdale, Arizona's Festival of the West.

    Recipe #5184

    Okay, say you go in a bar, you want a root beer, they don't have root beer. This is the recipe. This is for adults of course.

    Recipe #234370

    Got this from a Malabu Rum salesman.

    Recipe #60227

    This is a great little drink on a hot day, nutritionally better than mixing with soda too!

    Recipe #104738

    The salt is NOT optional here. This drink tastes EXACTLY like a crisp apple. I don't usually add the vodka, even though I am a vodka drinker because it is just overkill.

    Recipe #49673

    Some here turned me onto this a long time ago and I could have sworn it was posted but I can't find it. Just wanted to share. If the iced tea a use is sweetened I substitute fresh squeezed lemon juice for the lemonade.

    Recipe #144405

    This is a variation of my recipe for an Arnold Palmer only served as a martini.

    Recipe #154194

    This is popular at local bar around here.

    Recipe #67680

    If you like it better without the salt see my recipe for GREYHOUND. This is a favorite!!!

    Recipe #104740

    I love martinis!

    Recipe #166180

    I was shocked not to find this recipe posted! Here is a great drink if you don't really care for the bold taste of booze.

    Recipe #144716

    This is one of my new adopted recipes. I have added some of the things I love in a Bloody Mary. Enjoy!!

    Recipe #6449

    This is a way to enjoy the texture of rice without cheating on the low carb diet. I had to add the salt as a recipe cannot be posted with only one ingredient.

    Recipe #121423

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