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    I got this from "RdJ Petite" a couple of years ago and only recently tried it. We both love it! The sauce is great! I usually prepare it with rice to complement the great sauce. I also scale it back to serve the 2 of us but here is the original recipe.

    Recipe #200355

    I got this from a site I subscribe to-Allrecipes.com. Have enjoyed many recipes from them in the past but this was so good I felt I should pass it on. The recipe as I will enter it has been scaled for 2 servings but I cut it again in half for the 2 of us SS.

    Recipe #199934

    I have had this recipe for years and when someone on a thread mentioned Velveeta I thought I should post it.

    Recipe #168526

    My DH's Aunt gave me this recipe many years ago and have usually made it at least once during the Holiday season. When asked to bring a salad to my grandson's 1st Communion I thought of this and also remembered I had never posted it here so here goes.

    Recipe #168500

    If you like curry, you will surely like this dressing! I prefer to use extra vigin olive oil but the choice is up to you.

    Recipe #160653

    This came from allrecipes.com Very simple and very tasty. I cut it in half for the 2 of us.

    Recipe #157840

    This is another dressing that is more on the light side-not one of the heavy creamy type.

    Recipe #154457

    This is so easy when you use the precooked bacon. Directions are for uncooked bacon-adjust accordingly.

    Recipe #136477

    This came from Allrecipes.com, a site I subscribe to. We had planned to have boneless chicken to-day but it was just too hot for DH to go out and cook on the grill so I decided to give this a try. Will definately make again! so easy and so flavorful!

    Recipe #127676

    Got this recipe from a distant relative many years ago when we went to a family reunion. He had a huge grill with a charcoal fire underneath. I will post the recipe reduced for 4 servings.

    Recipe #122009

    With all the discussions about ham lately, thought some would like my favorite casserole using leftover ham. I cut it off a package of noodles years ago.

    Recipe #115088

    An old favorite from a magazine clipping-probably a Campbell's ad as you will see. I usually lessen the amount of chicken and cook 1 cup of rice (regular, not instant.)

    Recipe #109897

    This is a very basic recipe that I have used for years. Has proven to be the best over various others I have tried.

    Recipe #108529

    Don't know where I found this recipe but I saved it because it is so similar to my Grandmother's (which I can't find).

    Recipe #91940

    This basic pie recipe is so versatile- you can top it with almst any fruit. It is from an old recipe booklet from Eagle Brand.

    Recipe #91933

    If you just like the taste of rhubarb, you will love this.No extra addeds, just rhubarb and enough sugar to sweeten.

    Recipe #91767

    This is a refreshing alternative to the heavy bottled dressings. Another "oldie" that I've had so long I can't remember where I got it.

    Recipe #81919

    This is easy to make, although a bit pricey with the cost of mincemeat these days! But it's the best I ever tasted!

    Recipe #80050

    This was my Grandmother's recipe-she was born in 1880! To me, it complements fruitcake-but be warned! You will either love it or hate it!

    Recipe #80051

    I "invented" this in order to use up a large chop that would otherwise have been used on the grill.

    Recipe #77990

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