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    This is my uncle's version that he uses, just slightly different from the other Million Dollar Relish recipe posted, but I've tasted this one and I love it so I didn't want to fix what wasn't broke. It is the only thing I want on my hamburgers....YUM! Prep time includes 8 hours standing over night and cook time does NOT include the optional water bath time of 10 min per set. (It would only take 30 min to water bath the batch)

    Recipe #383837

    This dish goes great with pork, although we often eat as the main dish itself. I find this is an 'addictive' salad-- there is never any leftover. Initially I couldn't imagine that these flavors would go well together, but it is perfect. Do not omit any of the ingredients otherwise you will miss them. The chicken can be subbed for tuna, although we don't care for that variation. Prep time includes pasta cook time as you prep while it cooks. We don't always chill first. This recipe is a family favorite and I don't know where it came from.

    Recipe #322928

    This is a family favorite that MUST be at every kind of 'roast' something dinner. It is very rich tasting and what we all consider comfort food. I'm not sure where this originated from, just very thankful to have it. You can use 7oz cheez whiz in place of the shredded cheddar, but I don't like it as much. You can also omit the cheese entirely if you want. I once did that by accident and it tasted just fine.

    Recipe #322878

    These are moist and delicious! The original recipe is from the Company's Coming Gifts From the Kitchen. It is one of our favorites. It freezes incredibly well. I simply put them in freezer bags, suck the air out. To defrost, you can either set them on the counter or microwave for a few minutes. I did it one minute at a time, turning the bag over between minutes to find the right time for my microwave. A note about the canned pumpkin... while the original recipe calls for unspiced pumpkin, I have used the ED Smith Pumpkin Pie filling and prefer it. I don't change the recipe in any other way, although I often double it! :)

    Recipe #322866


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