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    This is Rachel Ray's recipe or something close.

    Recipe #512536

    From Chef Dean Fearing at the Mansion On Turtle Creek in Dallas

    Recipe #508764

    One of Bubba's recipes that is fabulous and by the way it's Paula Dean's brother and a very good cook also.

    Recipe #497073

    This can be made as a slider or full blown sandwich.

    Recipe #496276

    Makes this at the Long Trout Winery.

    Recipe #495013

    Straight out of my Chile pepper magazine issue. Excellent.....

    Recipe #494888

    Doc's Best Beef Jerky. This is by far the best Jerky I have ever had! He has this on allrecipe.com. When he say's it's the best,,,,,,,,,,,,,,it is the best!

    Recipe #494712

    One night coming home from the office I was thinking about what to have for dinner that is quick and same time good! So this is what I came up with.

    Recipe #494122

    My grandmother use to make this back in the 60's when we would go see her and grandpa in Ky.

    Recipe #493537

    You can roll these in advance,top with a damp paper towel for a party and remember,no one can eat just one!

    Recipe #490292

    Traditional KC style sauces are always tomato based, and there are a lot of ingredients, but they are easy to assemble and each contributes complexity. The best have multiple sources of sweetness (brown sugar, molasses, honey, and onion - which gets sweet when it is cooked); multiple sources of tartness (vinegar, lemon juice, hot sauce, and steak sauce); multiple sources of heat (American chili powder, black pepper, mustard, and hot sauce); and it gets layers of flavor from all the above as well as ketchup, Worcestershire, garlic, and salt.

    Recipe #486914

    I love using Marinara Sauce on many different types of food,so I decided to can a few quarts for use later in the year.

    Recipe #486840

    Every culture has added their own flavoring touch such as the Italians with their garlic and basil.I like to can the Roma Tomatoes because of their size, but any variety will do just fine in this recipe.

    Recipe #486807

    I am using a Rib Creole Rub

    Recipe #486675

    I have been canning for a long time! Roma tomatoes are the best for tomato sauce base, pizza Sauce or spaghetti sauce.Nice and thick,saves time cooking down the tomatoes.

    Recipe #486277

    Spicy, smoky, smooth, spoonable, pourable, dunkable, brushable; this barbecue sauce is everything a great barbecue sauce should be.

    Recipe #486182

    You can add any topping to this sauce!

    Recipe #486133

    Contrary to popular opinion, pizza was not Italian in origin, but it was the Italians who gave it the name “pizza”, improved upon it, and introduced it in the United States. Pizza was invented by the Greeks around several hundred years B.C. who were the early pioneers and skilled bakers, settling in Southern Italy around the Naples Region.

    Recipe #486132

    This creates a slightly sweet, intense tomato sauce typical of New York-style slices. It's also good served with pasta.

    Recipe #486096

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