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    This is a great way to use up all those cucumbers during the summer. I love the onions and peppers as well as the pickles themselves. Great to put on your grilled hamburgers! I use my food processor to speed things up. These taste very much like the pickles that my husbands grandmother, Tura Higgins, used to make.

    Recipe #510543

    This is my Salsa recipe that has been adapted from many different recipes over the years. I use my food processor to eliminate alot of the work. Add more crushed red pepper to adjust the heat to your desire and less sugar if you find it too sweet. We like the mix of the sweet with the spicy. Every year the tomatoes are different, but as a rule of thumb-a 5 gallon bucket of tomatoes will yield 4 batches of salsa. This year I made 12 batches. When the kids leave for college in the fall they make sure they take plenty since there may not be any left when they come back. This year they are getting a few jars at Christmas that I stashed back!

    Recipe #510542

    Richie brings this amazing sweet potato casserole to our Thanksgiving At The Farm. He is an wonderful person and cook, and very kind to share with all of us his recipe. You might want to consider doubling this recipe. It goes fast!

    Recipe #510541

    I will never buy alfredo sauce in a jar again. This is amazing and very easy to make. I use it in the Chicken Alfredo Roll-ups and Chicken Alfredo Pizza.

    Recipe #510539

    Every year Jim's Grandma Eula would make warm caramel corn at Halloween. This year I made it for the first time on Halloween while he was at the farm. The house smelled wonderful when he got home!!! I will certainly not wait until next Halloween to make it again. It was AMAZING! Since it takes awhile to make, I went ahead and doubled the recipe. Good Idea.

    Recipe #510538

    I made this recipe for Sarah's birthday her freshman year in college. They were a lot of work but truly amazing and the presentation is beautiful! The next time I made it I just layered it in a traditional lasagna style layering the ingredients instead of doing it in a rollup. I usually cook a few extra lasagna noodles just incase they break. (Do not use too much sauce on each roll-up, or it can be quite messy!)

    Recipe #510537

    This recipe was always a favorite from my Aunt, Helen Clarke. A bowl of white beans & a slice of onion is all you need to complete this meal.

    Recipe #510460

    This barbeque sauce comes from a restaurant in Western Kentucky. Pop used to bring over barbeque every time he came. We loved it, but didn't like it as well once the sauce was all gone.

    Recipe #510458

    Love this recipe!!! Doesn't call for any cream-of-whatever soup...making it an easy fix when my pantry is running low.

    Recipe #510457

    This recipe came from my Grandmother, Lillie Belle Clarke. She would always make this at Christmas for gifts.

    Recipe #510456

    This was Pop's mothers very easy version of meatloaf. It can be made in a loaf pan, or make it in a 9x9 to speed up the cooking time.

    Recipe #510455

    Throw this together in the morning and be ready for a warm dinner tonight, I have used frozen chicken breasts in place of thawed, and they worked great! They did take an hour or so to thaw with the crockpot on high, so maybe allow for 30 min-an hour extra cooking time. Different crockpots cook totally differently, some people say that the extra water added made their soup very watery and tasteless, in my crockpot this is not the case. If you like try skipping the water when you put everything in the crockpot in the morning, and if your soup looks too thick before serving add a little water and let it cook in for 10-15 minutes. If you don't love spicy food, look for the MILD Ro-Tel.

    Recipe #510454

    Granny always served this at Thanksgiving and Christmas. You can even make it in the microwave if you're in a hurry.

    Recipe #510453

    Great for fall weather...its even better when you add a grilled cheese. And it's so easy to make. Just brown the meat, throw in all the cans and heat for 15-20 minutes. Great soup when you don't have time to plan ahead.

    Recipe #510452

    This recipe is my favorite since it is a wonderful cross between banana bread and a cake. I take my really ripe bananas, peel them then put them in a freezer bag. Store them in the freezer until you need them. They thaw really quick by just sitting them out on the counter, or you can stick them in the microwave for a few seconds at a time. So easy to make. Serve warm with a hot cup of coffee.

    Recipe #510450

    Super easy and always a crowd pleaser!

    Recipe #510449

    Great appetizer for a game day crowd.

    Recipe #510447

    This recipe came from a lady that cleaned for us. She was a wonderful lady and cook. She quit cleaning in order to open her own restaurant. We still miss her dearly.

    Recipe #510446

    Aunt Lori always has the best cheese ball. Instead of serving it in traditional cheese ball style she would spread it in flour tortillas, roll them & cut them in to pinwheel slices. Much easier when you are on the go with them.

    Recipe #510444

    These are a favorite to make and use on a fresh green salad. Be sure to make extra because they are addictive. You could also use pecans instead of walnuts if you want.

    Recipe #510443

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