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    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

    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

    Exactly what the name says, a faux cutlet thing. I did these in the oven but they might well have been better pan fried. Sesame and ginger are the primary non chicken flavors. I planned to use Tahini in this but mine was too long on the shelf so I had to mortar my own.

    Recipe #103601

    What? Another chicken dish? A one and a half pot meal if you reheat the rice in the microwave. This also works great with chicken thighs--maybe better.

    Recipe #32154

    I don't remember where I found this but it's handy and tasty. I do this when the garlic is fresh and plump so I have some when the market doesn't. Good to cook with, just peel as needed.

    Recipe #30341

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

    Recipe #36736

    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

    Old fashioned slow cooked baked beans. I do a batch and freeze portions in the Vac Bags for boil-n-serve. Great picnic dish almost main dish with the meatiness.

    Recipe #30012

    Well yasee I had this uncooked half chicken breast left from yesterdays experiments. Also the temperature is all ready in the mid 80s and upward bound. A souped up chicken salad seemed like a good idea for a main dish. I use my WOK a lot, particularly when it's hot out. I invented a chopped cashew salad dressing for this sort of thing some time back. It's rather good for fruit type salads . So Here we go, written as I fix it. A lot of my recipes are done this way typing notes into textpad as I work/invent.(Grynn)This is a BIG serving salad main dish or there's enough chicken for 2.

    Recipe #99128

    Another meal in a dish throw together that turned out really well. It was too hot to use the oven to scallop so I Woked then microwaved. Went great with sliced Tomatoes and a good shot of Crystal hot sauce. The Wok makes it easy to try the bacon then get it all out of the fat. This served 4 meals but I'm eating lighter now.

    Recipe #68100

    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

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

    Recipe #44962

    Having frozen dry meatballs is handier than pockets in a shirt. From subs to spaghetti/with they are another one of those things that make cooking well for one possible. This is a conglomeration of a number of recipes that seems to work.

    Recipe #92837

    This is a comfort food, rich and spicy. It goes to picnics and parties well. You can buy Mole in jars at the market. Or see Mole De Woolfe.

    Recipe #56292

    I was brainstorming for yet another original way to use B&S Chicken breasts. Finally came up with this wild idea, Crab meat stuffing. The fact I had this small can of crab meat that needed using kinda contributed to the idea. I plotted for a while, came up with some interesting ideas but at the last moment decided to check the Zaar files. Ran the search engine 3 different ways to be sure and SONOFAGUN,, there was one. Crab Stuffed Chicken (aka Fancy Chicken) #37037 by MackinacBride. So I used it as a base and MUST credit it though I changed nearly everything. It was REALLY great. Give eather a try you'll likely love it.

    Recipe #104107

    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

    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

    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

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