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    A little better than your run of the mill casserole. If no mushroom or celery soup then I use whatever creamed soups I have in the pantry. We serve this with fresh sliced tomatoes out of the garden. If I have baked chicken or turkey left overs, this is one way to finish them off as well!

    Recipe #484639

    My mom never wrote this recipe down and I call my favorite every year for the recipe! Of course she never wrote it down either!!! This is one of those recipes that takes me back when I taste it. I'm going to do my best to write what my "Aunt Poddy" tells me every year, using the amounts as best as I can, but I will still call her every year just to have her walk me through it!!!! My brother got to taste them this year and he said it was just like mom's, so maybe I'm getting it right!!!

    Recipe #469109

    This came from my fiance's mother. It was one of her signature recipes that was always at family gatherings. I am not a pie maker but had to try and make it for him at Thanksgiving this year. I really stressed over this but it was so easy to make and the look on his face when he tasted it was worth every bit of worry I had when making it. He said he almost cried. She used home made crust but I cheated and am so glad I went for the refrigerated crust as it was SUCH a big difference from the frozen crust. This is definitely a new tradition for our holidays.

    Recipe #469108

    This was a favorite of my son's. I lost the recipe and just found it. Posting so I won't loose it again!!! This is definitely a winner with the younger crowd. My son was making it at 8 years old! Now that he's older, we add mushrooms and spinach was suggested, which I'm gonna try next time I make it.

    Recipe #447397

    This recipe is an old family recipe that has been used for many years. This is why I don't order crab cakes at any restaurant! This recipe calls for CRAB MEAT, I have never substituted any other meat, though I see from reviews others have used salmon with less than happy reviews.

    Recipe #446714

    Wolzeka is a family name from my mother's side of the family. I am trying to save these old recipes that my grandmother and mother have written. I remember these cookies as a girl at my grandmother's house.

    Recipe #446712

    Really good drink for those hot summer days. Is best enjoyed in the shade, under a tree, laying in a hammock!

    Recipe #419991

    This recipe is what my Grandaddy Tuttle used to make. It's the only barbecue sauce I've ever made and though I find some similar in the stores, nothing beats this sauce. I grew up on it and it's my favorite hands down! Until I found this recipe, I didn't know the actual amounts!

    Recipe #403977

    Mom was always baking home made bread. She used many recipes. This is one of the most simple, quick recipes. Try it - it will fool you for sure!!! So easy and SO good!

    Recipe #403892

    Ever since I was a little girl, I can remember my mom making mayo for my dad and the mixer running and running while it mixed. It seemed like it took forever to make but my daddy loved it so she made it. Her recipe says it was my Grandma's recipe. CHILL EVERYTHING BEFORE MAKING!

    Recipe #403883

    My Grandmother Tuttle started making this during my teenage years. I'm not sure where she got the recipe but everyone loves this stuff. Very simple and a great change from regular rice. So easy to make and just toss it in the oven.

    Recipe #403872

    My Aunt Barbara always came up with the best ideas! Here's one everyone has loved. Great comfort food served hot with vanilla ice cream is the way to serve this! NEVER anything left when this is served. A note from my cousin - use water if orange juice isn't available AND you can cut the OJ with a little lemon juice to cut down on the sweet.

    Recipe #397485

    Mom always cooked each of us our favorite cake on our birthday. My little brother's favorite was 4 layer yellow cake with this cooked fudge icing. The only icing I can cook that turns out right every time. My brother liked it so it was slightly hard when done. I love it that way too. I have used this on Boston Cream Pie as well.

    Recipe #397479

    My grandaddy loved to cook and seafood was one of his favorites. This is his adaption from a Crab Cake recipe out of a 1956 North Carolina How to Cook Crabs Cookbook. I've made them his way and the cook book way, I like his best. This is the reason I won't even order crabcakes off of any menu - they just don't compare.

    Recipe #397315

    Another of my grandma's recipes adapted from a 1956 NC How to Cook Crab recipe book. Another reason I rarely order crab off of any menu - these can't be beat. Sadly - these don't freeze well. These were stuffed into glass crabshells or cleaned crabshells.

    Recipe #397298

    One of the first things my mother taught me how to cook. I remember the smell and hardly being able to wait for it to cool. Now days, everyone asks me for it on the holidays so it's stayed a holiday tradition. It takes almost 30 minutes exactly from start to finish and sets up every time. I have never made it where it doesn't get hard. Handed down from my aunt whom I was named after.

    Recipe #396568

    My S/O had this recipe from his best friend and we tweaked it a bit to create exactly what we like. I love it as hot dog chili, but we eat it over spagetti, topped with shredded cheese, oyster crackers, chopped onions and sour cream. We've had nachos with this, great for movie watching! I would love to add chili beans, but he doesn't care for them so that hasn't happened yet, but I bet it would be good! We make a batch and freeze 1/2 every time. It's so easy to just pull it out, defrost/heat and you have a meal in minutes.

    Recipe #379613

    My s/o and I were trying to figure out how to grill AND stuff chops without all the work and mess. Here's what we came up with - It really is easy and awesome. You can do this on the grill or in the oven.

    Recipe #325609

    I put this together one night just adding as I went, using ideas from different recipes. My DH is from South Texas and absolutely loved it. He asks for it alot. We've used different kinds of peppers from our garden, but anaheims are our favorite! I usually serve this with Spanish Rice.

    Recipe #146175

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