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    Growing up in Michigan, as soon as the weather turned cool I started craving Pasties! My Aunt Nancy always made the best pasty, and this is her recipe. She said she sourced hers from the Eastern Star Recipe book. Traditionally pasties were made by the wives of miners that would bring them along down into the mines in their pockets. Reheating them on the back of their shovels over lanterns. While this doesn't need to be reheated over a lantern, they certainly taste just as good the next day.

    Recipe #466182

    Taking reviewers suggestions, I've modified the salt content to 1 teaspoon, thank you for the feedback. When I was a young man, I worked at a theater. One of the main differences in the way that theaters pop their corn is the addition of finely ground salt into the pot while it is popping. Well, that and that the oil is tinted yellow with coloring. You can add as little or as much salt as you like, these are just my preferences. This recipe is done on the cooktop.

    Recipe #464567

    I was trying to find a good baked bean recipe to bring over to a friends house for a party. I love barbecue, and I frequent a website called The Smoke Ring. The members on the site kept saying over and over again that Keri's Baked Beans were the best, so I decided to give them a try. Let me tell you, they are the BEST. Don't let the apple pie filling scare you... A big thank you goes to Keri for developing this recipe. Enjoy

    Recipe #380393

    I came up with this a few years ago and always receive rave reviews. The heat of your chicken really depends on your brand of hot sauce, so use your discretion. I've also found that each brand of garlic salt has its own level of saltiness, so please use caution here as well. Enjoy!

    Recipe #378569

    As the weather gets colder, this is the perfect dish to warm you back up. This is a rich dish, so have some light side dishes on hand. Enjoy.

    Recipe #268371


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