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    NOTE: The amounts in this recipe are purely for Food.com. I did not measure and you can use whatever seems right to you. This is a grilled salad. Very easy to make. My husband sometimes substitutes Napa Cabbage in place of the Romaine lettuce. My brother-in-law made this for us when we visited them in Canada. They had it at some restaurant and just tried to figure out how to make it. I've seen a bunch online that call for lemon juice instead of balsamic vinegar. I want to try those but I'm such a balsamic fan that I love this version. I make homemade croutons. They are so simple and I like them better.

    Recipe #462585

    This is my son and his wife's favorite thing to make on our fire pit when they come visit. It is always a hit. Only THREE ingredients

    Recipe #295401

    Everyone I know who has tried this recipe has loved it. Being an "immature" cook, I wasn't too sure about mixing these ingredients but it makes for a wonderful taste and the ribs fall off the bones. My sister has made it with regular pork ribs and said they were good. This was given to be by a friend from memory. I did not write it down

    Recipe #292181

    This is a tea that can be made to give as gifts at Christmas or to just enjoy. Easy to make and brings back memories of my mother (now deceased) making this (and the cocoa mix) to give to friends and family every Christmas. A family tradition. This recipe comes from The Blue Denim Gourmet cookbook (published by the Junior League of Odessa, Inc. Odessa, TX). (can sometimes be found on Ebay)... my all time favorite cookbook.

    Recipe #288847


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