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    Recipe #515513

    Lisa is the stepdaughter that loved this when she lived at home. This is so easy it's almost embarrassing. I like to mix and match the gravy to suit my mood. And I sometimes use other spices, garlic, onion or chili powders when I S&P the meat.

    Recipe #213364

    John Wesley "Boog" Powell was an all-star first baseman and American league MVP for the Baltimore Orioles. He now has a BBQ joint right outside Camden Yards, where the Orioles play. I use the rub on just about anything I BBQ. It’s especially good on ribs and smoked butt. I like to put it on a day in advance, if I can.

    Recipe #213361

    This is the way my family has made rice for at least three generations. The bacon gives it a flavor I don't find in any other Spanish Rice. This make great leftovers, it's in my 'fridge most of the time, just microwave.

    Recipe #211802

    Chorizo like Grandma Nana used to make. When I was a kid we went camping a lot, and my mom always made Chorizo and Eggs for Sunday breakfast. And I still make it a lot. Nana's chorizo always tasted a little vinegary, so that's the one cup option.

    Recipe #211024

    This is not fast food nor is it diet food. This is George and Maud Swick's recipe; it's the 2001 World Champion, International Chili Society. I use this as a baseline and substitute liberally. She uses oil I try to use bacon fat or whatever is around the house. I usually add some beer, I mix and match different chili powders, and sometimes I feel like making it hotter; sometimes I make it less hot.

    Recipe #209259

    Recipe courtesy of Scott Shaffer from Charleston, WV, for the FoodTV.com Manly Man Chili Cook-Off

    Recipe #209127

    My Dad made this for us when we were 'batching it'. I mix up the kind of weenies; I use hot links, Polish sausage, etc.

    Recipe #195693


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