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    I found this recipe a long time ago in a magazine. It is very easy to make, and taste great as a dip or topping for fresh fruit or with fresh scones.

    Recipe #433196

    This is a great recipe for summer BBQ parties, and there is never any leftover. It is a Mixture of shredded green cabbage, carrots & red cabbage.

    Recipe #433192

    I have developed this sauce over a few years. The flavors develope a richer more flavorful sauce over the next day or so in the fridge. I always have everything on hand and takes no time to make. I keep an extra bottle in the fridge. If you want spicier, you can add some chopped jalapeno, or onion.

    Recipe #368299

    This looks like something you would find in an upscale restaurant, and tastes heavenly. It is not really all that hard to make. Sometimes I just buy the sliced ham from the deli when I am in a hurry. It will definitely impress your dinner guest. It will puff up and turn golden brown. It will look like a stromboli.

    Recipe #355719

    This is the best shredded chicken you will ever put in your mouth! This can be cooked in a crockpot or stovetop. I have made this several times, and there is no way to mess this recipe up. I have also used Boston Butt pork and made pulled pork.

    Recipe #355679

    I make this for every party or any special event. It is such a simple dish to make. I always get asked for the recipe, and its always the first dish emptied by the end of he party. It is the pefect " man dip" for the guys football or baseball parties.

    Recipe #355676

    I have made many different meatloaf recipes, but this is the one I will make from now on. This recipe is from Kate Gosselin from " John and Kate plus Eight" . This is a clever way to sneak vegetables onto picky eaters plates. It seems like alot of vegetables, but if you use the food processor on pulse to shred the vegetables finely without pureeing them, they cook down to nothing. What you have is a moist, flavorful meatloaf. I have one of the world's most pickiest eaters and even he ate it and said it was very good.

    Recipe #355664

    This is the best roast beef you will ever try. It is so tender, moist and flavorful! It is very easy to make.

    Recipe #355620

    I found this recipe in a magazine several years ago. Kids love them! We like BBQ flavor chips on ours.

    Recipe #336965

    Some people call these "Buck Eye's", we grew up calling them peanut butter balls. This is my grandmothers recipe. She was such a good cook!

    Recipe #336963

    This is a hand-me-down recipe. It taste sweet almost like a seet potato pie with streusel topping. Using baked sweet potatoes adds to the sweetness of the dish.

    Recipe #336899

    This recipe was given to me by a friend. My kids have eaten this, not realizing they were eating squash and liked it.

    Recipe #336896

    I found this recipe in a magazine. It is easy and makes great fajitas. I like the one pot cooking.

    Recipe #336895

    This is great served on a hot summer day. It can be made with orange juice, lemonade, or pink lemonade.

    Recipe #336887

    This recipe is so easy your family will never want to eat the boxed kind again! I always double the recipe and freeze the extra. I have also added ham, hamburger, or sausage. I often serve it as an entre with a side of steamed broccoli and a fruit.

    Recipe #336866

    This recipe has been handed down for generations and is always requested for special holidays and family events.

    Recipe #336817

    I found this recipe on the smuckers web site. It is very good on a strawberry salad. You can use sugar free preserves, or any flavor preserve.

    Recipe #307694

    Delicious colorful light salad. I have also served with chicken tenders. Strawberries are my favorite especially when in season, but you can use any fruit desired. It takes a little while to make the spiced pecans, but is well worth it or you can also toast the pecans instead of using spiced version.

    Recipe #307655

    I found this recipe in a magazine several years ago. My kids call it dirty butter sauce because of it's light brown color from the chili powder. They ask for it everytime I serve corn on the cobb. It is absolutely fabulous on any steamed vegetable. I often omit the red pepper to cut down on the heat. It still has just enough pepper for flavor. I also use a chicken base flavoring to make my broth.

    Recipe #302194

    This is a revised version of a mexican rice recipe from Paula Deens's magazine. I usually make a double batch and freeze half of it for later. It turns out perfect everytime, you really cannot messit up. The RoTel tomatoes add just the right zip. I hope you will enjoy it as much as we do.

    Recipe #302193

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