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    Gotta stay out of those chat sessions. They keep reminding me of old goodies I've made over the years. This one came from a discussion on Hotsauces. Quantities are optional.

    Recipe #55486

    Another one developed in Recipezaar Chat. These, for me, are a cook ahead and reheat in the microwave. Another cooking for 1 thing. They are dense but stay quite moist for the reheating. I had them as burgers (no cheese this time) But they would go well with a little gravy with smashed potatoes for a main dish.

    Recipe #55467

    I buy this by the small jar at Trader Joe and decided it was time to make my own. Great on that Super burger, but it's a good table condiment for meats. Kinda like you would use a good chutney.

    Recipe #54605

    BillG and I were kicking around stuffed porkchop recipies on chat a while back. He ended up with a great one baked with/in a cheeze sauce which he had better post. My variation went the crusty route. I was thinking a stuffed pork roast wellington sort of thing. Anyhow, here tis.

    Recipe #53905

    This is the Crock pot variation on a low and slow chili recipe I came up with by accident because I had some lightly freezer burned Chicken breasts. It's fork thick and med hot. Do add more heat to the chicken marinade and cut back a bit on the heat in the chili proper. If you don't like garbanzos leave them out, OK??

    Recipe #53497

    This was one of those "I wonder what if" things. Those cherries needed useing. I had the ham slice in the freezer from the last batch of D, BTAGBeans. I buy a shank end and get my butcher friend to saw a couple super thick slices off then the shank goes into the bean pot. All in all it was tasty and moist. Didn't sandwich bad either.

    Recipe #51624

    Another cook ahead. Easy and fast. I would thaw the breasts before useing. I freeze mine 2 to a package so that's the basis for the quantity.

    Recipe #46073

    Needed to use up the pork and looked in the pantry. SUPRISE it was pretty good.

    Recipe #44962

    I got me a crock pot,, nuff said.. The long and low melted most of the greasiness out of the shoulder, and the vinegar apple juice combination added a sweet moistness to the final product.

    Recipe #39466

    This one was purely outa my head. I had a bad case of the *Hoongries* and nothing came to mind. These were the result. Rather good too.

    Recipe #37407

    This is a fairly large recipe. Last time I made it was for 5. We ate well.

    Recipe #36736

    Someone asked for this one on Zarr-chat the other day. I love to stuff Pitas and the ones from the market are usually dried out by the time I use them. So.....

    Recipe #36586

    Joan Cooneys recipe for refrigerator pickles #36429 made me remember this one. Well I can't help it, I like Pickles.I also have this other bad habit of being unable to bypass the bargain bin at the market. 2 Red and 2 Green Bell Peppers and a big Cucumber only 99 cents. What would you do?? Right,, and grab another big Cucumber and a sweet Onion while I was at it. Now I got them home and what can I do with them. Relish,,, Heh.... Sweet relish for burgers and meatloaf and such. The cookwoof strikes again.

    Recipe #36581

    Another make ahead but most of mine are. I have no idea of the true cut name, but they were on sale for a bit under a buck a pound. SOLD, 3 pounds of them. roughly 3/4"crossgrain X9"X3" half with a gothic F shaped bone, all with sharply defined meat and fat. Went Great with Potato Salad.

    Recipe #36440

    A rather sweet pork roast. I like this a lot because not only is it delish, but it freezes quite well sliced in the juices. Another Boil-in-bag thing.

    Recipe #35216

    My market had small slabs of fresh Brisket on sale so I tweeked the original recipe to use them. It was so durn good that I'll probably never use the original Beef Under Pressure recipe again. It's REALLY good.

    Recipe #33880

    Occasionally, it's "the divil with the diet" time, I want something rich. This is one of those. Either the noodles or wild rice are good but diffrent. You decide.

    Recipe #32907

    There was a chat discussion the other day someone had meat and Philo dough. I suggested Pasties For me this is a LEFTOVERS recipe. But,I'll first give you the legitimate scratch one.

    Recipe #32750

    We were going to market this one but the packageing cost killed the deal. It's fairly sweet you can cut down on the sugar if you find it so.

    Recipe #32687

    Years ago these were in the markets. Now there is one mail order company with outrageous prices, so I reinvented the wheel. These and the Bread-n-Butter pickles are my favorites and always in the fridge.

    Recipe #32198

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