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    Another recipe from my friend Kim. It's fun to make and have everyone stand around it ripping off pieces! Great party snack. You can omit the green onion if desired, and you can add other seasonings to the butter... I've seen it with poppy seeds as well.

    Recipe #105653

    The sauce is what makes this so good. My best friends dad would make this while we were growing up, and it has been one of my favorite dinners since. If you want the broccoli more tender, I think you can cook it half-way first.

    Recipe #105307

    This is an easy comfort treat. You can make a batch of the topping and save it in the refrigerator, and make as many breads as you'd like. I thought the combination of ingredients seemed a bit weird, but they were wonderful once I tried them!

    Recipe #105153

    My mom is a great cook, yet I rarely get one of her recipes written down. I pestered her quite a bit for this one, so she finally gave in. Hope you like it as much as I do! Prep time includes marinating time.

    Recipe #76647

    Got this recipe from a friend of mine, just because the name was funny. When I went to make it, I thought I had made a mistake in writing down the amount of cajun seasoning, so I called her to make sure. She said, "of course it's right. That's why the chicken is angry!". Well, it turned out really good, so I hope you like it, too. Don't be afraid of the spice - it's really not very hot.

    Recipe #76643

    This is always a request from friends, and it never lasts long at a party. I have one friend who sits with the bowl in his lap and keeps eating it all night long. When someone asks what he's eating, he says "the best s**t on Earth", so that's where I got the name for it (I cleaned it up, of course!!). It's very good with almost any kind of cracker - we eat it with Ritz or Wheatables, but you can try any kind you like. I also usually make it with the light mayonnaise, and it doesn't affect the flavor at all. You can also use the packaged bacon-bits (real, not imitation) to make it even easier. Hope you enjoy it!!

    Recipe #75161

    I got this recipe from a Quick Cooking magazine, and had to share it. It sure was a hit - I made it last night and already gave out the recipe to 2 co-workers. Hope you like it, too!

    Recipe #71422

    This is an easy way to zip up refrigerator rolls. Something I whipped up on a whim one nite. Just add some garlic and cheese, and... yummy!

    Recipe #71133

    This is a wonderful bread - quite different than the ordinary molasses bread you might think of. Great right out of the oven, too. I got this recipe from a friend's mother who grew up in Kentucky - home of delicious tried-and-true southern recipes. I always get requests for this good bread, and hope you enjoy it, too. Prep time includes rising time, so don't let it scare you!!

    Recipe #63191

    This fruit dip is very easy to whip up, and tastes so good you could eat it plain!

    Recipe #32000

    These snack squares are a huge hit at work and parties - they are very easy to make, and easy to enjoy!

    Recipe #31610


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