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    1 Reviews |  By Mark H.

    An easy-to-make cornbread dressing that has become a tradition at our holiday table. Great with turkey, ham, goose, or duck.

    Recipe #104737

    1 Reviews |  By Mark H.

    A tasty cranberry sauce that beats the heck out of the canned stuff, although you may miss that suction sound those jellied logs make as they leave the can. Cooking time includes 30 minutes cooking, 30 minutes cooling.

    Recipe #104677

    1 Reviews |  By Mark H.

    After looking at many cheese soup and chowder recipes, I decided to try making my own combination of both. The bechamel sauce makes it a thicker than some soups and chowders, but hey, we like it that way.

    Recipe #76773

    2 Reviews |  By Mark H.

    Another easy-to-make crock pot chicken recipe. The olives add a great flavor to the sauce.

    Recipe #42099

    6 Reviews |  By Mark H.

    An easy-to-make crock pot chicken dish that is sweet and spicy at the same time. Adjusting the cayenne will adjust the heat in this dish (I always add more).

    Recipe #42097

    This sauce can be used with beef or cheese enchiladas. The amount of "heat" in the sauce depends on the type and amount of chili powder you use.

    Recipe #42094

    We eat these as a topper for steak or baked potatoes, or as a side dish with just about anything. Easy and flavorful.

    Recipe #36550

    6 Reviews |  By Mark H.

    Just a simple recipe I came up with on the spur of the moment. Serve with steamed broccoli and you have an easy, not-too-fishy tasting meal. Prep time includes one hour of marinating.

    Recipe #36503

    This is an enchilada dish I made for my grandparents when they came to visit us several years ago. They still rave about it. I have made it quite a few times since. The sour cream sauce is always a big hit.

    Recipe #26865

    5 Reviews |  By Mark H.

    These are really quick and easy-to-make enchiladas. You can use both cans of beans, or cut back to one.

    Recipe #24164

    A simple recipe that results in a tender, flavorful pork roast.

    Recipe #18058

    This is an award winning recipe I got from the local newspaper. The three-hour cook time includes about 2.5 hours chilling time before serving.

    Recipe #17624

    This recipe was given to me by an Irish lady at work. Very good and easy to make.

    Recipe #17617

    5 Reviews |  By Mark H.

    These are great as part of a Saturday or Sunday football game buffet. They go great with cold beer. Sometimes I even add ground beef after the bean dip, but before the cheese. And there are other times when we make these as a meal instead of just a snack.

    Recipe #15274

    7 Reviews |  By Mark H.

    These no-bake cookies take Rice Krispy Treats to a new level. Almost all of the prep time involves chilling the cookies in the refrigerator. I suggest doubling the recipe to keep everyone happy.

    Recipe #15198

    This simple tasty side dish is great for potlucks. So far three people who said they didn't like hominy have asked me for the recipe. Oops. Make that two people. The third person gets it made for her since she is married to me.

    Recipe #15195

    7 Reviews |  By Mark H.

    These are my all-time favorite cookies. The recipe is my mother's. She usually makes them at Christmas, but I say make them anytime. After all, there is no bad time for good cookies.

    Recipe #15183

    This is a recipe for Chicken Fried Steak, one of the staple foods of Texas. Like with fried chicken, folks in each family or restaurant tend to have their own little "secrets" to preparing Chicken Fried Steak, so you can play with the recipe a bit. But if it don't include the cream gravy, it ain't been prepared right and it ain't a "secret" worth keeping.

    Recipe #12316

    Fried okra is a staple in Texas and the south, and everyone has their own way to make it. The crust can be flour, cornmeal, or a combination of both; my grandmother used cornmeal, my mother uses mostly seasoned flour, my wife uses both at the same time. They are all good to me. In fact, I can't recall ever meeting a plate or bowl of fried okra that I didn't like. It is easy to make.

    Recipe #11640

    A rich, spicy cheese dip that is a must for parties and get-togethers. It also works well as a sauce. You can make it as mild or as spicy as you like, depending upon the type of sausage and/or Rotel you use.

    Recipe #11487

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