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    This sauce is from The Royal Orleans Hotel Rib Room in New Orleans. A wonderful sauce that can be used on many dishes including, beef, veal, pork or chicken dishes. Even omelets are great with this served over it.

    Recipe #28163

    A fast and healthier way to serve Chimichangas than the traditional deep fried. These are very good, and you may dress them up to you own preference. I like to serve with green chile sauce sometimes instead of the picante sauce.

    Recipe #28148

    A might good tasting sandwich. Easy to make and easy to eat.

    Recipe #28147

    A Southern delight. You either love grits, or you don't. Well I do, and this is a great tasting recipe.

    Recipe #28111

    Another cajun seasoning.

    Recipe #28100

    This is a great tasting salad to take to your next potluck or serve at your next dinner party. It feeds a lot of people and it is easy to make. The prep time includes the refrigeration of the greens after washing (I let the lettuce crisp up 24 hours) and the refrigeration of the completed salad for 24 hours.

    Recipe #28055

    From the cookbook "The Art of Spanish Cooking" I have not tried this classic dish yet, but it is in my recipe book to try for a dinner party. Cooking time is an estimate.

    Recipe #28027

    For an authentic South Central American meal, serve this citrus-marinated steak with white rice, pinto beans tossed butter, and a marinated cabbage salad.

    Recipe #27957

    A very nice way to make your cabbage dish. This recipe came from Charlotte Hansen, Food Editor for the Jamestown Sun, Jamestown, North Dakota.

    Recipe #27900

    This recipe was developed by JoAnne Fajack of JoHanna's Cellar Babies Herb Farm in Youngstown, Ohio for her husband. "This mixture gives meats the taste of salt, except it is a lot better for you", says JoAnne.

    Recipe #27890

    An excellent cool salad. It is make ahead and easy to make. The colors are very attractive, and the dressing is tart and tangy. You may also use the dressing on pasta or beans. Add grilled chicken strips for a complete meal, or Garbanzo beans, or try adding torn Romain lettuce just before serving.

    Recipe #27877

    A humble, simple dish with wonderful flavors. Serve with green or spinach salad and the ever present garlic bread, ahhhh!

    Recipe #27876

    If you like hot yeast bread try this easy recipe. It keeps in the refrigerator for several days, so you could have hot bread everyday if you want.

    Recipe #27716

    This dish has come in handy many times when I am making the entree, the side dish is baking. It is a very good with pork, chicken or beef.

    Recipe #27677

    An old family recipe from St. John Lutheran Church member, Lillie Kauitzsch, Bartlett, Texas. A much better taste than store bought. I also remember my great-grandmother making noodles like this when I visited her in Oklahoma, many moons ago. Preparations time is an estimate.

    Recipe #27344

    This is a fun, easy treat for a summer patio supper. The amount of servings depends on the size of the spoon you make them with.

    Recipe #27292

    This is a good salad to serve with grilled steaks or baked ham. Prep time does not include chilling the salad.

    Recipe #27247

    From the Royalgate Elementary School PTA cookbook, Roundrock, Texas.

    Recipe #27241

    A side dish served quite a bit in Mexico. This is the San Antonio version of a very tasty dish.

    Recipe #27163

    This dressing recipe, and the Brown Derby Original Cobb Salad, was given to Bob Donohue, of San Antonio, by Bob Cobb, owner of the Brown Derby in Hollwood. Prep time is an estimate.

    Recipe #27152

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