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    This is your basic fried potatoes and onions. Just the way my grandma use to make when I was growing up.

    Recipe #54674

    This is a different and kinda weird sounding recipe, but it is really good! It's my Dad's recipe, although I added a couple extra things to it.

    Recipe #54672

    This is a great recipe for a quick mexican flair. Served along with salad, and crusty bread its yummy!

    Recipe #53030

    This recipe is adopted from Mean Chef. I have not tried it, but will soon. Mean Chef says: These tiny tarts are a dressed-up version of pumpkin pie. Eliminating the traditional cinnamon and clove seasonings really lets the pumpkin's sweetness come through. And because you don't need a fork, these bite-sized morsels are perfect for a buffet-style party. Prep time estimate includes chilling time for the cream.

    Recipe #52383

    This is an adopted recipe from Mean Chef. I have since tried this recipe, I have found that it does have a little bit of a bite to it with a very nice lemon after taste. If I were to make it again I would cut down on the hot sauce just a little. My DH thought it was a bit to hot, but to me it just had a bite. The ribs turned out perfectly tender. I also squeezed my lemons in a bowl then added to the blender, so I would not get any seeds in there. I also mixed my, Salt, black pepper and red pepper flakes together before putting on my ribs. In the very end of cooking I also put them under the broiler just for a minute or so.

    Recipe #45909

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