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    I am not sure what to call this because this is something I pulled out of my, well you know... I thought I had a solid pork tenderloin but it was 6 2x10" strips in a vacuumed sealed package. I cut it into chunks and proceeded from there. I tried to locate a recipe that would be good, but in the end I threw caution to the wind and created this. It turned out excellent! We are anticipating the leftovers tomorrow because all of the flavors will be set in.

    Recipe #243100

    I just threw this together because I was not finding what I wanted. I just finished off my plate and this was oh so tasty. I came on here to record the magic.

    Recipe #242553

    I found this on Cooks.com I believe. Zaar was down yesterday, so I searched elsewhere to find a different way to prepare chicken legs. We found this to be excellent! I think this would work great with lots of different meat. I had 6 legs rather than 12 so I halved the recipe

    Recipe #242243

    This is one of my mom's recipes, and it is just to die for. I made it the other night to take to a dinner party at a friend's and it was a hit! The person that didn't like peaches gobbled it up as well... I have had to edit this damn thing three times because they are not satisfied... I am going to put amounts of things, but make the frikkin cake like the box instructs...

    Recipe #241102

    I don't really know what to call this because I made it up and it was great! I wanted to come on here and record it so I would remember the magic and hopefully you can to.

    Recipe #240916

    This is a recipe my brother first made in our home. It was a hit amongst the family so we have made it ever since. It was always a treat when we would come home and a batch of this was in the fridge.

    Recipe #240685

    I am glad my grandmother included a variety of ideas for things you have on hand that can make a hearty meal in our family cookbook. This is a great fix for a weeknight dinner... You can add bell pepper, celery, pimentos etc the variations are endless!

    Recipe #240396

    This is not fancy, but quick and easy. This is from my family cookbook. This goes great with fried ham and a salad.

    Recipe #240347

    I love pea salad, at least the way I make it... lol

    Recipe #240325

    This is in our family cookbook. This is a great gravy made from scratch. Serve over mashed potatoes meat or bread it is great.

    Recipe #240324

    This is a recipe my grandmother put in our family cookbook. I haven't tried it but I think it sounds tasty and will probably cook it up soon. I wanted to record it here for safe keeping and sharing.

    Recipe #240323

    That's right guys and gals you read it right SH** Dip... I first made this in high school, my friend Dana had the recipe, and we made it for a party we had. I have made this for my family at the bay house and it quickly disappeared...

    Recipe #240306

    I use this on my homemade cinnamon rolls. It is very thick in cinnamon because I am a cinnamon junkie. I vary the recipe a little but this is what I just made up and it was excellent!!! I just spread it on a fresh batch, I stayed up all night making kolaches and cinnamon rolls... lol

    Recipe #240305

    My boyfriend, Richard, is an eagle scout which is the highest rank a boy scout can achieve. Only 10% of all boy scouts ever make it this far. Richard told me how they used to make silver turtles at their camp outs and that they are best when cooked over coals flipping them every 15 min until done, or bury them under the coals for 30-45 min. I finally got to try these but they were prepared on the grill. I think the oven will be ok as a last resort as well.

    Recipe #240115

    I make these little guys every year at Christmas time. They are expected on both sides of my family, therefore I end up making 4 batches to cater to the demand. There wasn't a recipe like this one on here, so I figured I would share this with you. Part of the fun of making these little treasures is the cook has to make sure the amaretto is up to par... lol

    Recipe #240049

    This is my mother's recipe and they are to die for! These were included in our family cookbook as well as the variation that my Grandpop loved. The story my mother entered into the cookbook is as follows: "My mom always made deviled eggs when I was growing up, as a result I grew up loving them. Now at family get togethers I am the official deviled egg maker." Give em a try, I am sure you won't be disappointed. Recipezaar is requiring measurements so I will put some, but ignore them and make your own.

    Recipe #240044

    This is by far the best potato salad I have ever eaten. My aunt Stephanie makes this for every family get together and it is always gobbled up. I am the official taster to help her figure out what is needed to make it just right. My aunt included this in the family cookbook and I couldn't be more thrilled. She mixes this together with her hands and frankly I think that is part of the secret to its success. It may be messy but roll up your sleeves and dig in. She did not list the amounts of the ingredients because that is up to you. Just follow her instructions. Recipezaar is requiring measurements, so I am going to guess, but ignore them and create your own.

    Recipe #240043

    I know this is a no brainer, but it is an idea of how to use up that huge pot of pintos you cooked up. I made this rather than having beans and rice again.

    Recipe #240041

    I spent all day looking at shrimp recipes because I was thawing some out. I found a few that were interesting and I saved them but after all that work I made my own creation in the end. The only complaint I got was that I did not make a big enough pot. If I do say so myself this was AWESOME!!!

    Recipe #240037

    I made this years ago for the county fair in my hometown. I walked with a blue ribbon and have continued to enjoy this when I need a serious chocolate fix. This is really rich so a dab will do ya. I hope y'all enoy this bar.

    Recipe #239984

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