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    My favorite Pulled Pork Recipe, adapted from a Better Homes and Gardens recipe for the crockpot. I like to serve them on Hard Rolls or French Rolls. It also is great for lunches the next day and freezes well. Update 2013: I've learned to shred the meat with my Kitchenaid Stand Mixer and the paddle blade (if you have the bowl cover use it! It makes this so much faster!

    Recipe #404189

    This is a delicious and simple to make chili that my dad has been making for years. My boys love it and it is not to spicy. If you like a more spicy Chili try using the regular Chili Seasoning. You can use any kind of beans you want and any kind of cheese to change it up too.

    Recipe #396366

    This makes a delicious garlic toast that I make for my family about once a week with spaghetti or a simlar dish. My family of 4 never uses even half a loaf of french bread to make garlic toast, but it is a must have for italian dinners in our house so I came up with this recipe to reduce waste and save me some time. You can't even tell it has been frozen.

    Recipe #361433

    I have made this soup for a couple of years now and my family loves it. We served it with a baguette or a loaf of crusty bread and it makes a great easy to prepare week night meal. I skip the onion because my family is not big on onions but i think the marjoram is what gives it the best flavor

    Recipe #331064

    This is my favorite steak marinade it's from Emeril Lagasse's recipe for Ka-Bam Kabobs. Is great just as a marinade for steaks on the grill or for kabobs too. It calls for Baby Bam Seasoning which I you can buy at the store or you can make it using Mermaidmagic's "Recipe #104844".

    Recipe #316002

    Quick and easy to make and great if you are on a diet.

    Recipe #315978

    I had these at an appreciation dinner at Treasure Island Casino in Minnesota and later asked the banquet manager to give me the recipe. These were delicious and very easy to make. They taste like candy and melt in your mouth . If you like you can thicken them up with instant mashed potatos, this gives them a bit smoother texture and enables you to use a pastry gun to plate the yams for a fancier presentaion.

    Recipe #315969


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