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    My husband hates fish, just about every kind, but he loved this, it has a mild flavor, yet it's delicious. It Originally came from an ad for the Sea Food department in a grocery store, and after a little tweaking I've now got this.

    Recipe #108942

    This started as a simple recipe that really lacked flavor and texture, so I tweaked it a lot and came up with this. Great for a nice family dinner, or even a big get together. What ever the occasion, everyone always loves it.

    Recipe #97945

    This came from a store ad a while back for their new sea food department. I cut it out and tried it, and it's definitely a keeper. Great flavor--if you want compliments, make this for dinner.

    Recipe #97490

    When I used to say "we're having Meatloaf for dinner" my kids used to run. Now that I found this recipe, they run, for the table.

    Recipe #92026

    This was actually an accident, I was trying to make Asian Hoisin Ribs that I adapted from a Betty Crocker recipe, and goofed up, I'm glad though, this made the best BBQ beef sandwiches ever!

    Recipe #91750

    Delicious dish your guests will surely enjoy. Best when served with freshly baked bread and a fresh toss salad.

    Recipe #82392

    The longer you let it cook the more the flavor stands out. After I've cooked it for an hour, I usually add meatballs or sausage, and let them cook right into the sauce. My Grandmother used to make it in the morning for dinner that night.

    Recipe #79000

    My Grandmother used to make these every Friday night with a big plate of spaghetti.

    Recipe #26309


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