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    A family staple. I am not sure how the ladies before me (mom, grandma, et cetera...) would feel about me making this recipe public, but the WORLD needs to enjoy this. This marina sauce runs through my blood. This marina sauce is the REASON I needed to learn how to cook for myself... I could NOT live without it simply because my ladies passed away! The "Tomatoe" spelling is from my mother's hand-written recipe card where she wrote down the recipe as my Grandma Tina taught it to her. I will post the recipe exactly as I found it and add the little changes I made to it in parentheses. Please feel free to double or triple this recipe, freeze it for later, to send to family or anyone else who needs a little food affection (this sauce = love) - excellent on pastas, ravioli, on pizzas for italian bread dipping... whatever else you would like to do with a delicious marina sauce!

    Recipe #340730

    Very tasty, easy to make, snack to split or light dinner for one

    Recipe #336619

    I had a recipe for Chili in my Star Wars cookbook (Crazy Cantina Chili) that looked good, but had no meat! I used it as an inspiration for the recipe below.

    Recipe #331660

    I had a can of chicken, no celery and I wanted to make chicken salad for lunch! I searched 'Zaar until I found something I liked and then I just kept on going adding more and more. So here it is, the Chicken Salad recipe from Shellbelle tweeked up a bit!

    Recipe #328450

    My fiance and I love adobo and we love chicken, so we decided to tae it real simple. If you have adobo, chicken breasts and a grill pan you will be able to make a very yummy, juicy dish that can go with nearly any side dish. I have made it with rice, mashes potatoes, noodles and a vegetable. Quick, easy and delicious!

    Recipe #310923


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