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    I had grilled some thick pork chops one Fall day and wanted an onion and apple chutney to serve with the chops. After much searching for just the right recipe and coming up empty-handed, I created this recipe completely off the top of my head. The results were so delicious that my wife demanded I write down exactly what I had done so I could do it again. This chutney is the perfect balance of tart and sweet and is brimming over with rich, delicious flavor. I strongly suggest using a 12 to 14-inch stainless steel skillet with a lid if you have one. Around here, the raisins and caraway or celery seed are optional as the wife doesn't care for them as much as I do, but IMO, they only make it better. I hope you like this stuff as much as we do. Yield is more a guess than a certainty.

    Recipe #497108

    These rolls are rich, moist, soft, buttery, and downright wholesome! You will need a machine large enough to knead a dough with 7-9 c. of bread flour, unless you cut this recipe in half. I recommend SAF instant yeast, but others will work almost as well. The dough can also be used for making Parkerhouse rolls or even to fill with a meat filling. I use a machine called a Bosch bread mixer, which can easily handle this much dough, but a large Kitchen Aid should work as well. Enjoy.

    Recipe #152169

    This is an incredibly delicious recipe I got from one of the chefs at school. It goes well with smoked, roasted, or grilled pork as well as smoked turkey and even ham. It is good enough to eat with a spoon! If you don't like this stuff, seek medical attention as you may have a mysterious disorder!

    Recipe #113520

    This is, so far, the best marinade for pork or beef I have ever found. It is non-acidic, which means you can (and should) let the meat marinate for as long as two to three days! Try it; I GUARANTEE you'll like it too!

    Recipe #88775

    Blueberry pie filling is swirled between two layers of cheesecake filling, baked, and topped with more blueberries before serving. Be sure to bake this the day before you plan to serve. This recipe is a big exception in my vast cheesecake collection for two reasons. First, this cake only takes 25 minutes to bake, and second, because I use canned filling rather than doing it from scratch. Enjoy!

    Recipe #84551

    This is a light and easy chicken dish with a brightly-flavored sauce of Mandarin orange juice, lemon juice, soy sauce, and honey. The chicken is then served with the oranges and topped with slivered almonds and chow mein noodles on a bed of rice. The whole thing takes about 15 minutes to prepare and about 30 minutes to cook, so long as you defrosted the chicken ahead of time. Enjoy!

    Recipe #79344

    This is a simple and delicious change from cucumbers in vinegar and makes a great vegetarian snack or side dish. It's also great in that it requires no cooking at all! I make this all Summer long and have some whenever I get the 'munchies'. A friend used to serve this to me when I lived in Arkansas and I've never forgotten how to make it.

    Recipe #66208

    This is an easy side dish for those of us who love mushrooms and moderately spicy food. I have no idea where the name for this comes from, but that's the title as I found it.

    Recipe #63457

    This one's for the guys or for you ladies who want to really make the men in your lives happy! The burgers are seasoned with liquid smoke and spices and grilled with a slice of thick-cut smoky bacon wrapped around each one. Have fun building these big boys any way you like! I find these taste their best served poolside after a good game of water basketball or volleyball with some chips and cold soda or beer.

    Recipe #63215

    The sauce for this dish is somewhat like a sweet and sour sauce, but has a brighter flavor and is easier to make. I have made this many times and always gets rave reviews. Rumor has it this dish was once on the menu at a popular restaurant on Waikiki Beach.

    Recipe #62829


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