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    Over the past 20 years I worked in restaurants and almost every one of those has a spinach dip. I took the best of them all and put it in one.

    Recipe #477237

    This is a recipe I created after trying another root beer marinade. I tried this one on pork, chicken and beef but is best with pork. It will not have a strong root beer flavor and is fun to tell people you used root beer as the secret ingredient

    Recipe #321075

    this recipe came about when I was out of grand marnier in my liquor cabinet and this was the only orange flavored liquer was a great suprise and addition to my dessert.

    Recipe #317299

    this is my take on a donair sauce. its also good a dip with pita chips or as a change on hamburgers.

    Recipe #309060

    these are great to do in can be done with leftover ham but is better with fresh cubed ham from the deli. remember to soak the skewers 30 minutes before starting prep. you can also use apple juice to soak the skewers. i like to spray the finished skewers with a mix of appljuice, olive oil and jack daniels when they are placed on the grill.

    Recipe #308074

    i like to use this recipe on cooked ham and ham steaks done on the bbq. also could be done on indoor grill. i used this recipe when i found the skewers i made were drying out waiting for the company to show up. i would like to try it on a tenderloin soon.

    Recipe #308054

    this recipe works really good on steaks and wild game. would rub meat 45 minutes ahead of time for best flavor. But can be put on meat right before being put on grill. makes enough for about ten steaks or a 3 lb roast. Came up with this recipe from having to make brushetta and used the leftover ingredients for the entree.

    Recipe #304311

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