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    I found the basic recipe of this sauce on Allrecipes.com posted by kimer,and on RecipeZazz.com posted by SousChef01.As with all the recipes I post,please feel free to adjust the spices and seasonings according to your own tastes. I served this over pasta with Turkey Meatballs.Posted to Food.com (a.k.a. ZAAR ) on February 20th.,2013.

    Recipe #495941

    I have based this recipe on one that I've used from here several times, Recipe#57130 posted by kcdelong. Even though the original was very good,sometimes you can't help but adding your own special tweaks.:)As usual with any of my recipes,please feel free to change any of the seasonings to your own personal tastes.If you like you can add a 1 pound bag of baby carrots before you add the roast.The time that's listed is based upon my crockpot,so adjust cooking times according to yours.If you would like more color,just slightly brown each side of the roast in a small amount of vegetable oil.Posted to Food.com (a.k.a." ZAAR " ) on Feb.14th.,2013."

    Recipe #495549

    I based this recipe off of one I found in the Taste of Home's " 2012 The Best Of Country Cooking " . It was sent in to them by Susan Plante of Bennington,Vermont. To get a more workable dough, I had to add quite a bit more of flour to the recipe.Since I had to add more flour, these biscuits will be on the dense side. I will list the changes that I made in parenthesis. Submitted to Food.com ( a.k.a. " ZAAR " )on January 23rd.2013

    Recipe #494089

    I had a turkey patty leftover from Recipe#147396 By CulinaryQueen and along with a few other " odds & ends " decided to create a simple soup. I think this a very good way to use leftovers.Feel free to adjust the seasonings according to your own tastes.I wanted to put in " Seasoned Turkey Patty " as one of the ingredients but wasn't able to.Posted to Food.com (a.k.a. " ZAAR " ) on January 17th., 2013

    Recipe #493761

    I had a small little crab cake left from Recipe#250972 By Recipe Reader and wanted to do something different with it besides just re-heating it. So the cake, and a few other little ingredients became a very enjoyable breakfast. Unless you use the same recipe as I did for the Crab Cake, you may not get the same taste as I did. But everyone likes to put their own spin on recipes, so that's o.k. :) If desired, serve with your favorite bread or English muffin toasted. Posted to Food.com (a.k.a. " ZAAR ") on January 14th., 2013

    Recipe #493548

    Before I get on with the description of this recipe, I would like to thank Chef Iron Bloomers for suggesting the name. Now I had some leftover chicken from Recipe#472662 and a box of Angel Hair Pasta with Herbs and wanted to create something different and came up with this. The ingredients I list are whats on the particular brand of pasta that I used.If you use a different type of boxed pasta or chicken you might come up with something slightly different in taste. But that's o.k.,everyone likes to put their own " spins & tweaks " to a recipe. :) Posted to Food.com ( a.k.a. " ZAAR " ) on January 4th.,2013.

    Recipe #493030

    I needed a quick dinner and had no idea what to make. So, I did some "scrounging " and came up with this very thick and hearty soup. If you would like to add more bacon and onion please feel free to add it. Some people call white beans " Great Northern ".Posted to Food.com (a.k.a. "ZAAR") on January 3rd. 2013.

    Recipe #492934

    I had some leftover cooked cabbage,along with some leftover cooked baby carrots that needed to be used up. And so I combined them with some frozen Italian Meatballs, along with a few other things and made what I think is a very good soup. For the Italian Salad Dressing mix, I used Recipe#63812 by BeachGirl. As with any of my recipes, please adjust the seasonings according to your own personal tastes.Submitted to Food.com (a.k.a. " ZAAR ") on October 9th.,2012.

    Recipe #488387

    I found this recipe in the 2012 Edition of Taste of Home's Quick Cooking Annual Recipes. I wish I could give credit to the author,but there wasn't a name listed.Also,there wasn't a specific type of french fry to use listed,but from the photo in the cookbook it was shoestring fries. So, that's what I used.If you want the sauce to be a bit more on the " Tangy " side add the sweet pickle relish to the mayo/ketchup dipping sauce.Not only do they taste good,but since they're baked in the oven they're also on the healthy side. Posted to Food.com (a.k.a. " ZAAR ") on September 12th.,2012

    Recipe #486797

    I found this recipe in the 2004 Pillsbury " Back To School " Hamburger Cookbook. Now after preparing the recipe, I did a taste test and deciding it needed some " perking up " I added a couple of additional ingredients which made a big difference.Posted to Food.com ( a.k.a. " ZAAR " ) on August 7th.,2012

    Recipe #485011

    You know how when there are times that you start throwing things together,and they work ? Well, this recipe is one of those times.If you try this recipe I sure hope you enjoy it. Feel free to change things to suit your own tastes. Both baking times are included in cook time. Submitted to Food.com (a.k.a. "ZAAR") on July 24th., 2012

    Recipe #484136

    This recipe was found in a cook booklet that I sent for from the SPAM Company.Now except for leaving out the green bell pepper,the recipe was made as it was written. (which I will list in the ingredients).My SO and I found this to be a bit on the bland side.If you do try this,PLEASE feel free to "PUNCH IT UP" and let me know what you did.Posted to food.com ( a.k.a. "ZAAR" )on July 20th.,2012

    Recipe #483920

    I had some leftover ham that I didn't know what to do with and lets.eat Chef# 189616 came up with the idea for this recipe. And SarasotaCook Chef #132978 came up with the name. Thanks to both of you for helping me create this recipe. I bet this would also be good over toast,biscuits,noodles, or even rice. Submitted to Food.com (a.k.a " ZAAR " )on July 11th.,2012.

    Recipe #482996

    I got the basic idea from Jeri Dobrowski from Beach, North Dakota who sent it in to the " Taste of Home " people. I found it in one of those recipe booklets you can buy at places like Wal-mart, and the grocery stores.I didn't have everything that her recipe called for, so I improvised and used what was on hand, plus I added a few extras :) .I will list her ingredients in parenthesis.Thanks Jeri for a very good idea. :) As this is written it would serve 4,but if you served it with a side salad and garlic bread you might be able to get six servings.Submitted to Food.com ( a.k.a. " ZAAR " ) on July 2nd.2012.

    Recipe #481993

    I had a couple of leftover hamburger patties from Recipe #276437 by Becky in Wisconsin and really didn't want to reuse them the same way, so I came up with this recipe. If your try this,please feel free to change the amount of seasonings according your tastes.If you use regular hamburger patties add about 1 1/2 teaspoons of any type of Cajun Seasoning to the recipe, I recommend Recipe #33092.Submitted to Food.com (a.k.a. " ZAAR ") on June 21st.,2012

    Recipe #481305

    I know there are several Mac & Cheese recipes already on here, and I figured one more wouldn't hurt. :) Cook time for pasta isn't including in prep or cook time. As with all my recipes, please feel free to adjust the seasonings according to you and your families tastes.

    Recipe #479559

    I like Deviled Eggs and I like Pimento Cheese, and thought " Why not combine the two ? "This recipe only makes enough for 2, so if you need more, adjust everything accordingly. Now with the amounts of the ingredients they are just " guesstimates ". So if you want to add more salt,pepper,sugar, and paprika that's strictly up to you." Cook time " is chill time.Submitted to Food.com ( a.k.a. " ZAAR " )on April 24th.2012

    Recipe #478445

    I found this recipe in the cookbook that I had mentioned in the title of this recipe. It was submitted to them by Willie DeWaard of Coralville, Iowa. I haven't tried this recipe as of yet,so if you try this before I do let me know if there needs to be any changes. Submitted to Food.com ( a.k.a. " ZAAR " ) on February 2nd.,2012.

    Recipe #473603

    I had leftovers from Recipe#78028,and didn't just want to heat them up and use them as the same side dish. So, I cooked up ground beef with onions,and seasonings. Added some leftover veggies and came up with what I think turned out to be a pretty good recipe. Submitted to Food.com (a.k.a. " ZAAR " )on January 3rd.2012

    Recipe #471411

    I had some leftover Ham from our 2011 Christmas Dinner,and needed a different way to serve it.O.k. I hear some of you saying " It's the same way to make M & C with ham. " .But I think some of the ingredients in the sauce might not be what you expect.So, give it a try and tell me what you think. Submitted to Food.com ( a.k.a. " ZAAR " )on January 2nd.2012.

    Recipe #471289

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