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    This is a simple and very great tasting dressing!

    Recipe #320648

    Very good tasing and very simple to prepare! You'll love the taste!

    Recipe #320645

    This is a favorite of mine and its easy to make!

    Recipe #320643

    This is as close to reproducing the famous sauce, as I have came. Go ahead and give it a try,see if I have it down pat!

    Recipe #319601

    This is great Greek Spanokopita!

    Recipe #319220

    This is a interesting and wonderful strawberry mousse that my Daughter Silvia loves. She is a strawberry fanatic!

    Recipe #317779

    This is a old family recipe from one of my Wife's Aunts, I have converted it to make it a little more simple and added a few different seasonings. But it is generally the same, as the originally, but a little more tasty.

    Recipe #317775

    This is a great sauce and I wish to share it with everyone that like food south of the border!

    Recipe #317718

    This is an old family recipe from when I was a kid. We ate a lot of these! They are great and we called them hub caps. They each looked like an old bent hub cap off an old junk car! that is how they got their name.

    Recipe #317711

    I always cut the recipe in half for us; poured the resulting delicious ketchup into a covered, plastic container that I kept in the refrigerator. It lasted just fine for almost three months....then it was all gone!

    Recipe #317673

    She use to make this and place it on toast making an open face sandwiche! Yummy stuff!

    Recipe #317658

    This is a recipe from an English friend of mine!

    Recipe #316502

    This is something that was a treat to us, as kids. We use to love getting to make a mess in the kitchen with this meal. It's a wonderful dish for any event.

    Recipe #316493

    Recipe #316347

    This is a two step process to get a wonderful camp food or a quick meal to go! We use to eat these daily as young kids. These can be wrapped in foil and froze in freezer, then reheated in camp fire. You can also take out of foil and heat in microwave for 10-15 seconds.

    Recipe #316342

    An old border recipe, modernized.

    Recipe #316293

    If you've never had'em you've gotta try'em!

    Recipe #316283

    I like my Green M&M's!

    Recipe #316272

    This is a kicker of a martini. You have to like them and its an aquired taste! This is my version of a dirty martini. You have gotta make yourself one!

    Recipe #316265

    I love these in my Bloody Marys They aren't the same without at least two of these beans in the glass.

    Recipe #316262

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