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    9 Reviews |  By D. Rose

    My Grandmother has been using this for years! For those of you who love to bake a quick 2 layer cake, this filling is a must & goes great with fruit too! **NOTE** I recently used this filling for my son's 4th Birthday Cake (Pictured the Krabby Patty Cake in the photos) I used Jello's Brand Banana Cream Pudding and instead of adding 1 tsp of the Vanilla extr. I used 1 tsp of Coconut Extract. I put sliced Strawberries on top of that and it truly was a great tropical type of flavor! I also did the bottom tier with reg. Choco. Pudding and then sliced bananas on that. You can truly use so many types of Flavors. I did like the Banana w.Coconut flavor though! Yum!

    Recipe #243117

    1 Reviews |  By D. Rose

    This recipe was given to me by my Great Aunt. The reason I say all purpose is because this is always a side dish at Thanksgiving, and Easter and BBQ's and on Sandwiches etc. etc. It just goes well with a lot and if you love a sweet tasting Cole Slaw, this is definately one to try. The Green Bell Pepper is a must for the unique taste! I always have to double this recipe though for larger crowds!

    Recipe #412091

    1 Reviews |  By D. Rose

    My Grandmother, (whom is responsible for supplying the wonderful Simple Cake Filling) recipe had given me her BBQ sauce recipe. In all honesty, me and BBQ just don't mix. I normally do not like BBQ sauce AT ALL but my Grammy's I just can't get enough of. To each his own but I certainly like the flavor of this one. It's not too heavy with that smoky taste

    Recipe #412130

    1 Reviews |  By D. Rose

    Ok folks, don't laugh.. well, ok, I guess you can laugh because I did when my Brother told me to do this. It's hysterical but a quick fix. With all the McRib hype going around, I always wondered what the heck that Mickey D's sandwich was all about. I wasn't crazy for it at all.. but my 3 yr old son who I usually have to beg to eat loved it! now that it's gone again from MD's my Brother told me this is how he gets by. I hope this works for you! again, it's ok to laugh too!

    Recipe #446996

    1 Reviews |  By D. Rose

    Years ago, there was a deli in the town I worked and everyday faithfully, I would stop there for the Tuna sandwich (which was the best ever!) I became friends with the older lady that always worked the deli and she gave me the recipe. I will never forget what she told me.."The more colors in your Tuna, the better the flavor" sadly, the deli went out of business, but I never forgot her recipe. This tuna has lots of veggies in it, but if you dice them very small, it's so good! Remember, Tuna is a finicky meal.. too much mayo makes it watery and too little makes it dry and fishy.. be sure to use your best judgement and liking. (This recipe makes a lot) you can lessen it

    Recipe #415402

    1 Reviews |  By D. Rose

    I am not one for anything BBQ, I admit it. But for SOME crazy reason, I absolutely LOVE this dish! my family likes it as a sandwich, but I love it just plain on the plate! I usually make it with a side of my cole slaw (see my recipe for All Purpose Coleslaw) **Note, if you are looking for a more sweeter BBQ taste add more Ketchup & Brown Sugar** I usually have to eyeball the ingredients in the crockpot and add more as needed to suit my taste.

    Recipe #414960

    My Sicilian Grandmother has made this recipe for years and still does. It is one of those truly easy recipes that will have your dinner guests swear your ordered it from an Italian Restaurant. *However* It's important that I tell you that if you do not like cooking or eating food with a heavy wine taste or if you are not a fan of Rosemary, this is not the recipe for you! Of course, you can always adjust it but the flavor may not be as potent. I hope you like it as much as I do!

    Recipe #455826

    I seen a recipe for Chili in some cookbook years ago and when I first tried it, it seemed to need more than the original recipe called for. I decided to play around w/more ingredients and here is what I came up with and usually it's a hit. I like to add a little red pepper flakes (not cayenne) cause with the pepper flakes you can play around with the temp of it. I like this on hot dogs too! This is definately one of those recipes that you can eyeball without measuring and fit to your liking! ps- I do not eat venison, but made this recipe using venison and people went even more crazy for it! guess it must taste just as good as the ground beef version?

    Recipe #412089

    My Mom's best friend used to bring this dish over when she visited on weekends. I finally got the recipe from her and have made them for many parties, BBQ's etc. They are usually a real hit! Although some may like serving them with egg noodles, I always served them without them and more as an appetizer. Either way, try to double the recipe for the sauce. I like mine in tons of extra sauce ESPECIALLY if you have them on a sterno! the sauce dries out fast, so double the sauce! but instead of 4 pks of brown gravy, only use 3 when doubling it. Double everything else

    Recipe #414961

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