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    A thick and hearty beef stew. Be sure to not chop your ingredients too small. Our family doesn't like onions but feel free to add some if you do.

    Recipe #498709

    A skillet version of stuffed cabbage rolls without the rolling.

    Recipe #312328

    Basically, I took a recipe from one of our foster Vietnamese daughters and amended it to my preference. I hope she doesn't mind but, just in case, I'm not going to tell her!! I really liked the soup but, of course, I'm biased. However, my wife really liked it also and she doesn't think I'm anywhere near as great as I think I am.

    Recipe #306528

    Easy and Fast! Or, put in crockpot and let cook while you go hiking. It's great for when you are camping. Can substitute beef for the turkey if you wish.

    Recipe #70049

    A great way to use those extra tomatoes. Can also be done with ripe tomatoes.

    Recipe #70048

    A spiced and very beefy stew. It's an adaptation of a Vietnamese beef stew recipe. The oriental beef spices can be purchased at most Asian stores (we use the Gia Vi Nau Bo Kho brand). If you want it spicer, add more of the oriental beef spices or mix in some Sriracha chili sauce.

    Recipe #52499

    Fresh is best and this applies to horseradish sauce too. Adjust ingredient amounts to suit your own taste.

    Recipe #39558

    This is a traditional Bohemian pastry recipe handed down from my wife's much beloved Bohemian grandmother who took joy in watching her family eat. It seems like it isn't a real family get-together without kolaches and it also seems like there are never enough made. If you don't like prunes, any fruit filling will work very, very well.

    Recipe #37999

    A simple to prepare dessert that has an infinite variety of flavors. I personally HIGHLY recommend chocolate cake, chocolate pudding, and cherry pie filling as a great combination! Cook time does not include time for pudding to set.

    Recipe #36650

    An easy to make dessert that tastes great.

    Recipe #36290

    An easy, sweet peanut butter cookie with a hint of a crunch. Topping is strictly optional

    Recipe #36044

    An easy hamburger recipe that tastes great and, as a bonus, helps use up some of that zucchini!

    Recipe #36025

    A fudge that is a bit different from it's more common cousins.

    Recipe #35915

    An easy to make delicious tasting breakfast food that will please many a picky eater.

    Recipe #35623

    An easy to make pumpkin cheesecake that tastes great. My wife found this recipe on a box of Philadelphia Cream Cheese.

    Recipe #35568

    A refreshing salad that's different from the same-o, same-o.

    Recipe #35208

    A "one-dish" meal that can satisfy a big appetite. I got this from a friend who copied it from "some cookbook, somewhere, a few years ago".

    Recipe #35114

    A traditional Thai dish that goes over well. Preparation time does not include the 2 hours to marinate the chicken.

    Recipe #35096

    A delicious finger food. Eat your's first 'cuz the mob will devour the rest without saving any for the cook.

    Recipe #34608

    A thick and hearty cabbage/potato soup which is just perfect for those cold winter nights.

    Recipe #34601

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