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    This recipe is my rendition of another recipe I found by someone whose name rhymes with Carla Spleen. I post it to keep it on hand for myself. I don't like to cook my fresh peaches, and there is less sugar than the original recipe. You won't miss it...believe me. This is as close to my Arkansas-born grandmother's recipe as I have found.

    Recipe #505278

    Did you know simple grocery store plastic wrap does not begin to melt until after 400F degrees? I didn't either until I heard Chef Robert Irvine tell that fun fact to a restauranteur. I had already made baby backs using this method, which worked GREAT...but this was my first attempt at cooking a full-on roast. Season and wrap the meat Saturday morning and put it in the oven Saturday night before bed. You will be rewarded Sunday morning.

    Recipe #502642

    This is a modification of an old PBS Jeff Smith "Frugal Gourmet" recipe. I put it here because the 3x5 card is starting to fade the recipe, and I want to print it out. I am guessing on the yield. It serves my husband and I for a couple days. I am also guessing on the sizes of the cans. The broth can is a typical broth can and the tomatoes are the big cans. This is a very easy recipe. Add more/less pepper sauce to your heat preferences. Any pepper sauce will do just fine.

    Recipe #493604

    I have been told this marinade rocks. I have used it for chicken, shrimp, and steak, either barbeque'd or sauteed in olive oil. It is easily adaptable to use as a pre-heat dressing for cooking vegetables.

    Recipe #461768

    These cookies are HUGE. Believe the recipe when it says "teaspoon". This recipe makes about 45-50 cookies. From my mom, who got it from her friend Peggy Jordan.

    Recipe #445545

    An easy apple spice pie. This recipe is my modification of a 1989 Vegetarian Times recipe. I serve it every Thanksgiving.

    Recipe #443049

    This is a standard biscuit recipe dressed up with some garlic and cheese to mimic the restaurant cheese biscuits. I put the batter in muffin tins and get nothing but rave reviews. Enjoy!

    Recipe #442067


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