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    This recipe was in the recipe booklet that came with my Weber kettle grill that I bought at least 20 years ago. I lost the booklet and had to email Weber for the recipe as they no longer post it on their site. This marinade is excellent with flank steak and tri-tip, but I bet it would be just great with any steak.

    Recipe #505735

    Great to eat on top of yogurt. I always add chopped dried fruit. It is not as sweet as most store bought granola. From joyofbaking.com.

    Recipe #495586

    This recipe was a Christmas treat I remember from my childhood. I think it originates in Canada, but I'm not sure. My mother always made one batch of butter tarts and one batch of tarts with raspberry jam. The jam tarts were fair game, but she always hid most of the butter tarts for herself.

    Recipe #405084

    This is a favorite for family get-togethers. It goes back over 20 years because our mother, now deceased, made it way back when. You can make it light by using all low fat ingredients or use full fat versions. We have a large family and usually have to double or triple the recipe.

    Recipe #346419

    This cheesy favorite is from the 1987 Southern Living Cookbook. We make it every year for New Years Day along with baked ham. The whole family inhales it and there are never any leftovers.

    Recipe #344578


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