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    My recipe for a versatile instant beverage mix flavored with warming spices. May be served as a hot beverage, a cold or hot eggless nog, an eggless Tom & Jerry cocktail, a flavoring for hot coffee or tea, or as a flavoring for homemade ice cream.

    Recipe #518380

    My reverse-engineered recipe for Reser's classic potato salad.

    Recipe #518292

    My recipe for a quick and hearty tomato soup.

    Recipe #518253

    My reverse-engineered recipe for Reser's classic macaroni salad.

    Recipe #518092

    My original layered pasta and cheese dish is cheesy, crusty on the outside, creamy on the inside, scented with fresh rosemary and thyme... and perfect with any holiday meal. If your family prefers a breadcrumb topping, mix 1 1/2 tablespoons grated parmesan cheese, 2 teaspoons melted butter and a dash of parsley flakes or chives per each 1/2 cup breadcrumbs or panko used, then garnish the top of casserole before baking.

    Recipe #507363

    My recipe for some of the best fried chicken you can make... and eat, prepared with my Recipe #506948. PLEASE NOTE: The Nutritional Information listing here is inaccurate -- since only a fraction of flour, eggs and salt actually end up in the finished product. So be aware -- the suggested sodium, sugar, carbohydrate and calorie levels are ridiculously exaggerated!

    Recipe #506949

    My bulk seasoning recipe for some of the best fried chicken, pork chops, or chicken fried steak you can make... and eat! To prepare fried chicken, follow Recipe #506949, for complete brining, breading and frying instructions. This recipe yields enough seasoning for 3 batches fried chicken, or up to 6 batches pork chops or chicken fried steak.

    Recipe #506948

    My recipe for a Mexican-inspired tender-chunk chicken pie with a cornbread crust is a bit labor-intensive, but so worth it. This is kid-friendly as far as its heat -- for a spicier pie simply replace a portion of the green bell peppers with jalapeno or serrano peppers.

    Recipe #506266

    My recipe for a Mexican-inspired tender-chunk beef pie with a cornbread crust is a bit labor-intensive, but so worth it. This is kid-friendly as far as its heat -- for a spicier pie simply replace a portion of the bell peppers with jalapeno or serrano peppers, or with diced canned chipotle chiles in adobo sauce.

    Recipe #506211

    My recipe for a delicious red cabbage side dish with tart apple, red wine vinegar and spices. Bacon lovers can replace the butter with fat from sauteed chopped bacon. This recipe may be halved, for 4-5 servings.

    Recipe #506077

    My recipe for "baconated" (bacon-marinated) Southern fried chicken. The bacon fat helps the skin cook up crisp, and seal in the juices. The whole eggs compliment the bacon flavor perfectly, and lend a crispness to the breading. Try it... you'll love it.

    Recipe #506023

    My recipe for a homemade gravy that's exactly what the name says. Customize gravy for beef, poultry or pork main courses. Beef, poultry or pork fat are all preferable over butter, if you have them on hand.

    Recipe #505796

    My recipe for barbecued pork ribs, using Recipe #453973 for the seasoning rub, and Recipe #486192 for the sauce. Preparation is timely, but it's worth the wait.

    Recipe #505379

    My recipe for a delicious fried chicken breaded in savory Mexican seasonings. PLEASE NOTE: The Nutritional Information listing here is inaccurate -- since only a fraction of flour and salt actually end up in the finished product. So be aware -- the suggested sodium, sugar, carbohydrate and calorie levels are ridiculously exaggerated!

    Recipe #505378

    My recipe for a movie-theater-good popcorn snack. An alternate version of this may be prepared, using 1/3-1/2 cup coconut oil before popping, then seasoning with fine sea salt or popcorn salt only, after popping.

    Recipe #505372

    Despite the unappetizing photo, my recipe for this comfort food favorite is delicious. Serve over hot mashed potatoes or fluffed baked potatoes, or like my Grandma did -- over homemade buttered egg noodles.

    Recipe #505186

    My recipe for a savory Asian-Hawaiian sauce I use with my Recipe #502044, and for meatball party appetizers.

    Recipe #504527

    My recipe for a corn bread baked and glazed with honey and fresh orange essences can be baked in a dish, or prepared as muffins.

    Recipe #502101

    My recipe for maple-infused barbecue beans makes a great side dish, and can be made in lickety-split time... or slow-simmered.

    Recipe #502100

    My recipe for a great Hawaiian-style sweet-and-sour teriyaki burger, prepared with my Recipe #504527.

    Recipe #502044

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