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    3 Reviews |  By Felina

    This is from the yellowest, blotchy recipe card in the house, so you know it has been used a LOT! This is my Cincinnati husband's mother's recipe and they just called it BBQ. It is really Sloppy Joes, but what can you expect from people who eat Greek chili on spaghetti? Ha! Cincinnati chili is actually fabulous if you haven't tried it! Now here's the "BBQ" AKA Sloppy Joes!

    Recipe #384785

    9 Reviews |  By Felina

    I love Aaron Sanchez. He is one of my favorite TV chefs. He runs a number of restaurants. The one he runs with his mother is called Zarela's, his mother's first name. He was on a show called, "The Best Thing I Ever Ate" with his mother. His choice was Zarela's creamy, cheesy rice dish. This is what Zarela wrote after the show. I am posting it here so I don't lose the recipe. "I was just on the Food Network show The Best Thing I Ever Ate with my son, chef and Food Network star, Aaron Sanchez and within minutes viewers were going to my web site, signing up for updates and writing me to share the recipe. Thank you very much for your interest and I hope you enjoy our famous creamy rice casserole. This is a superior party dish that can be easily pre-assembled and reheated just prior to serving. This is why it is high on the list of all caterers in Northern Mexico, myself included. What makes it a favorite of all eaters is that it has layers of flavors - creamy and hot, crunchy corn kernels, and the cilantro adds a refreshing after-taste."

    Recipe #382247

    1 Reviews |  By Felina

    Randy Wayne White is a fisherman and author. He has written a New York Times Best selling series of novels based on the character Doc Ford, all relating to SW Florida. He actually named his restaurant for Doc Ford. This is his recipe for cocktail sauce and it is really good!

    Recipe #342814

    1 Reviews |  By Felina

    My husband grew up in Cincinnati and he loves their special chili. It is different than other chilis, and is served over spaghetti. When you have a "three way" it is also topped with grated Cheddar cheese. A "four way" is also topped with lots of chopped yellow onions. A "five way" (no way, for my DH) adds cooked beans. I have tried many Cincinnati recipes, but DH always says - "Not as good as yours". Mine actually originally came from a cookbook I bought in Seattle. I think it tastes better the second day, although it will have a tad more HEAT to it the second day. Leftovers are great on "coneys" - as they call them in Cincinnati. Good quality hot dogs on buns, sprinkled with cheese and onions! Enjoy!

    Recipe #262080

    3 Reviews |  By Felina

    This is the easiest chicken to make and it tastes like restaurant quality. Skinless chicken (bone in) with a scrumptious sauce. Everyone asks for the recipe.

    Recipe #229946

    When my neighbors were all emailing and calling each other for this recipe, I knew it must be pretty good. I am posting it here for safe keeping. I might be tempted to marinate it for two days, although 1/2 a cup of lemon juice is quite a bit for two days.

    Recipe #461378

    Tom makes a killer margarita. I am putting his recipe here so I don't lose it. These are really, really GOOOOOD! This makes about a quart, so plan accordingly.

    Recipe #458500

    I saw a gal make these on YouTube. She had spent some time in Korea. These are apparently spicy like Buffalo wings, but with an Asian flare. I haven't tried these yet, but they look good. I'll have to visit my local Asian market to find Gochujan - A Korean red pepper paste to make the Dakkalbi sauce.

    Recipe #444508

    I think a friend sent me this recipe. Sounds awesome, but I haven't tried them yet!

    Recipe #434904

    2 Reviews |  By Felina

    I am posting this recipe as I almost lost it. I couldn't find my own copy, so I had to call my sister-in-law in Ohio. She and her husband loved it so much while they were here that she wrote the recipe down and took it home. She served it to her card party and they all wanted to recipe. It really is delish! Nice and moist!

    Recipe #361368

    2 Reviews |  By Felina

    My husband always want pork chops he can cut with a fork. This is my easiest recipe and you can vary the seasoning, etc. I can have this in the oven in 5 minutes. Awesome each time. Very easy and QUICK!

    Recipe #358641

    I have had this recipe on a tiny piece of paper for years. I always panic when I think I have lost it because I have not been able to find these on the net. I may have a picture for you in the next day or two - if I remember to take one before I plate up my cookie trays. These are plain thin sugar cookies and I would suggest leaving them just the way they are. The most fun thing about these cookies is watching a person's face as they bite into one of these! They are incredible! They have yeast in them which intrigued me into trying the recipe all those years ago. SO easy. Don't be afraid if they don't come out in uniform shapes. Enjoy!

    Recipe #272534

    I originally found this in a Junior League Cookbook from El Paso, Texas. It is called Mantequilla de pobre (Poor man's butter). I have tweaked the original recipe by adding garlic, jalapeño and a can of mild green chilies. People actually devour this - hardly coming up for air! I am frequently asked for this recipe, I am posting it so that I can just send the link! If I remember correctly, I usually end up adding a bit more of the red wine vinegar than is called for here. I think that really makes it! Don't omit the cilantro!!

    Recipe #259404

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