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    I make these usually on a Sunday morning. I love the smell of frying onions. I do not buy the ready hash browns anymore. I do make extra to serve for another breakfast during the week.

    Recipe #398445

    I love this for a summer party. My daughter will eat it for dinner.

    Recipe #362314

    A great substitute for chili rellenos.

    Recipe #301005

    I have served this salad many times and am always asked what the delicious dressing is made from. You can sub strawberries for the grapes if you want. If desired you can add 2 bananas right before serving. Here is the recipe but don't tell.

    Recipe #362227

    Many family restaurants serve a corn bread like this. I serve this with honey butter. I love this with a good bowl of soup.

    Recipe #369423

    This is a copy recipe found from another site. It makes a ton and would be great for game day.

    Recipe #391195

    This is a wonderful entertaining recipe. Creamy, crunchy and nutty. It just does not get any better. Came out of Southern Living magazine.

    Recipe #384389

    A nice easy cake. I love this with coffee.

    Recipe #354526

    Good lemon cookie. Works for showers or teas.

    Recipe #360978

    Recipe from Food TV Dan Smith and Steve McDonagh. I have tried many recipes and this one is my all time favorite. Fresh sage is important. My mother who is a very basic cook said this was so good it was addictive. I used onions instead of leeks as the leeks were super expensive. This is a fresh tasting stuffing. I used mild italian sausage. I am posting in time for Thanksgiving and hope you enjoy it as much as I do. This can be made ahead by 2 days if desired. Please note you may not want to use the entire tablespoon of salt.

    Recipe #392582

    A nice potato to entertain with and is really very easy to make. Came off a blog site.

    Recipe #466236

    This is a sweet and spicy recipe. Be careful about the chipotles as they are hot. You may want to add less.

    Recipe #404634

    This came from Emeril. They also freeze well. I better get going as football season is right around the corner.

    Recipe #386397

    This recipe comes from Cooking Light magazine and it was a quick, fast weeknight dinner.

    Recipe #362097

    Almost your traditional broccoli salad. It's a little different.

    Recipe #362178

    Great taste. Easy to prepare for a party or bbq.

    Recipe #301102

    This came off a Texas website. Really flavorful. Overnight marinating is needed. You can also crock it after the browning process. Freezes well.

    Recipe #364665

    A nice punch for brunch or luncheon. Easy....does not have sugary taste. Found in just another one of my many cookbooks.....

    Recipe #450398

    Here is our family secret recipe. Don't tell I'm sharing. So easy and good. If you don't like sauerkraut please don't try it. You can substitute pork chops for the pork roast if desired.

    Recipe #406565

    Came from Southern Cooking. I added extra veggies (carrots & celery). I also added 5 tablespoons of rice. I did not peel or seed the tomatoes. I used less butter as my behind is big enough.

    Recipe #385509

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