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    My mom's version of the classic recipe. This is always the first to disappear at our picnics and potlucks.

    Recipe #169836

    This is a surprisingly easy Central American dish to create. My wife, one of my toughest critics, loves this simple chicken and sauce combo.

    Recipe #158751

    This is the ultimate comfort food for me. Growing up, this was one of my family's favorite meals. This version, though, is a little bit healthier than the 1970's casserole.

    Recipe #38612

    This is the easiest and best tasting Hawaiian chicken dish I've ever found. I made it for my church's luau and the chicken ran out long before the roast pig did.

    Recipe #36663

    I had this dish at a hotel in Boston a few years ago. It sounds complicated, but except for the clarified butter, it's very easy to make and tastes very expensive.

    Recipe #36155

    I created this recipe over 20 years ago and still get requests to make it for family, work and church events. It's the easiest and least expensive chili you will ever make. The recipe can easily be multiplied.

    Recipe #35692


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