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    Fabulous chocolate cake roll recipe which was published in the December 2001 Cooking Light magazine. The original recipe uses an 8-ounce container of fat free whipped topping. I changed the recipe to use whipping cream. Storing it here so I never lose it.

    Recipe #516543

    Shrimp Creole is a New Orleans classic. While I seriously doubt any good chef there or in Louisiana, for that matter, would even dare use Rotel tomatoes for their recipe, I love how they add just the right amount of "fire" to this dish without being too hot. If you are unable to find the Rotel brand tomatoes in your area, you can just use regular canned, diced tomatoes for a milder version and you can always add a little cayenne or tabasco sauce to spice it up. I use the mild Rotel tomatoes and that seems spicy enough for us. This recipe makes a fairly thick sauce but if it seems too thick, you can add about 1/2 cup of water. This is one of my family's favorite ways to eat shrimp but occasionally I substitute cooked crawfish tails for the shrimp.

    Recipe #125899

    Tex-Mex pasta? You bet! It's called Fideo.

    Recipe #117089

    This marinade makes enough for 1 - 1 1/2 pounds of flank steak or chicken breast meat. The cooking time is the marinating time.

    Recipe #116047

    This recipe is one of the signature desserts served at the Bean Palace Restaurant which is located inside the War Eagle Mill in Rogers, Arkansas. The mill was originally built in 1830 and is still a working water-powered grist mill. All corn and grains that are milled there are organically grown. This recipe is definitely not for anyone on any kind of diet, but if you are not worried about fats, carbs, sugars or calories then by all means try this recipe. Pecan Cobbler is one of the most delicious and rich desserts I have ever tried. Small servings are recommended. It is very similar to pecan pie. The oat flour used in the crust is simple to make by placing 1 cup of regular oatmeal into your blender and blending until it resembles powder. This also works in a food processor.

    Recipe #113490

    This wonderful tasting, versatile sauce has been a secret ingredient in many southern recipes for as long as I can remember. It was originally patented in 1857. It is used in potato salad, cole slaw dressing, remoulade sauce, egg salads and various other salad/dressing recipes. We love it spread on bread for turkey sandwiches. While the "real deal" is still available at grocery stores in southern states, I understand it is becoming very difficult to find elsewhere. I suspect it will eventually become one of those extinct products that we will reminisce some day. I found several copycat recipes on the net but this one works best for me.

    Recipe #108402

    If you worry about uncooked eggs in Egg Nog, as I do, you might like to try this recipe. I found the original recipe on the American Egg Board website and have made a few changes to suit our tastes. This is the best cooked Egg Nog I have ever tried and made this way, will be free from salmonella bacteria. This recipe can be doubled easily. Cooking time includes "chilling" time. Edited to add: Always remember to use fresh eggs. This eggnog will keep 4 days under refrigeration.

    Recipe #107273

    I found this recipe on the net at another site. The original recipe calls for 1 tablespoon garlic powder but I like it better using fresh garlic cloves. This is a little bit mild compared to bottled Hoisin sauce but it is a great substitute in any oriental dish or marinade. All of the ingredients are available at your grocery, except maybe the yeast extract, which I found at a health food store.

    Recipe #105346

    There are quite a few recipes out there for pumpkin bread but this is the one I have used for over 15 years. It is just a little bit different from all the others, but quite moist and full of spicey flavor. I love it just plain but you can dress it up for guests - slice bread thinly, spread with a mixture of softened cream cheese & orange mrmalade, then put another thin slice on top. Cut each "sandwich" in half and serve. Very delicious! I also use this recipe to make "mini" loaves for gift baskets. For small loaf pans, fill each about 2/3 full before baking and adjust your baking time.

    Recipe #104706

    This recipe just screams for ice-cream! I actually make this as a side dish to serve with Pork Roast but the leftovers can easily become dessert. The sauce in this recipe is thin and we prefer it that way, but if you like a thicker sauce, just add one tablespoon of cornstarch mixed in with the brown sugar. Enjoy!!

    Recipe #104112

    This is one of our favorites. I found this recipe in the Great American Favorite Brand Name Cookbook. I have made a couple of changes to suit our tastes. It's a quick and easy main dish and goes well with rice pilaf or your favorite cooked rice.

    Recipe #100913

    When I decided to post this recipe I thought there must be several oatmeal cookie recipes already posted. I was right! I went thru 235 oatmeal cookie recipes already posted but none of them, I found, have these same ingredients. These are truly delicious, moist and chewy oatmeal cookies. And you can interchange the baking chips. Try them with white chocolate chips or peanut butter chips. This recipe makes 6 dozen cookies but bake half and freeze the other half for another day. I lay out film wrap and roll part of the prepared dough into logs and then wrap again in foil. Freeze until ready to use and then slice and bake.

    Recipe #100653

    This simple marinade tenderizes and adds so much flavor to any cut of beef, pork, poultry or venison. We use this before grilling steaks on the outdoor grill and we also use it for steaks we broil in the oven. You may also use it to baste while cooking but always discard leftovers and start out with a fresh batch each time. The one hour to marinate is substituted for cooking time.

    Recipe #97025

    I searched thru all the recipes posted here for this type of cocktail but most of them had ice-cream as an ingredient. So, I created this one, without ice-cream. It is very smooth, slightly creamy and definitely reminiscent of those wonderful ice-cream confections we all loved. But be's surprisingly potent!

    Recipe #96247

    I found this recipe in the spring 2004 special edition of Southern Living Magazine. This makes the best tender and moist grilled chicken I have ever had and tastes alot like the rotisserie chicken you find in some restaurant's and deli's. We actually doubled the rub ingredients and used two chickens. We ate one and I froze the other. Try it. You will not be disappointed.

    Recipe #96163

    Are they muffins or biscuits?? Only 5 ingredients, one bowl and a muffin pan. What could be easier? These muffins taste exactly like heavenly, light, baking powder biscuits. They are sinfully rich and oh, so delicious! So much easier than messing up your kitchen with rolling pins and flour allover the counter. Tip: These brown better without using paper liners.

    Recipe #95475

    I found this recipe in the June 2004 Southern Living magazine and tweaked it to suit my family's tastes. It is perfect for a light evening meal on these hot summer nights. The great thing about this recipe is that you can stop by your local bakery and pick up a loaf of Focaccia bread or make your own, whichever you prefer. If you have never tried making your own Focaccia bread you are in for a surprise at how easy they are to make and how delicious they are right out of the oven.

    Recipe #93456

    These are an absolute must for your next backyard cookout! The chili-lime flavored mayonnaise is DELICIOUS! I usually do not like mayo on a hamburger (give me mustard or Miracle Whip) but you will be surprised with this delightfully different taste.

    Recipe #91362

    Pronounced "Coo-be-yon", this recipe is a spicey cajun fish stew which is served over rice. While I am sure it would be equally good with any other firm white fish, catfish is normally used.

    Recipe #86830

    Pure comfort food! Wonderful addition to a large breakfast or brunch. Delicious anytime. Best when served warm. Note the recipe calls for sharp cheddar but medium or mild cheddar could be used. Do not use American cheese or processed cheese food, such as Velveeta, because they will not work in this recipe.

    Recipe #86746

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