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    Easy to make, delicious to eat. Since you can only cook a few at a time, many of them will never make it to the table.

    Recipe #207751

    A delicious dessert, especially served warm with ice cream. I really love the almond filling and the berry combination.

    Recipe #207675

    A friend brought this to a pot-luck several years ago. It has been a favorite ever since. Just the right combination of sweet and spicy.

    Recipe #207669

    If you love barbecue, this is the real deal! The pork is pull apart tender with a beautiful dark, crispy "bark". Try it on a sandwich bun topped with your favorite coleslaw.

    Recipe #207620

    I created this recipe while trying to duplicate a marionberry cobbler my family tried at the Chowder Bowl in Newport, OR. It's certainly not the same, but it has become one of our favorite special occasion desserts. I use frozen Marion Blackberries, but you can also use fresh berries.

    Recipe #207595

    My family's favorite pork roast. Very flavorful. Pan drippings make excellent gravy. This recipe alone should be reason enough to grow your own fresh thyme.

    Recipe #207589

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