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    Not sure where I found this recipe, but know I want to put it on here for safe keeping as it is my families favorite! Use the Kraft american Cheese that is NOT wrapped separately, it is in a blue wrapper.

    Recipe #396497

    This is from Debbie Signor / Cooks Country My friend made this for me while she was in town and we loved it. Light and fruity Needs time to set up

    Recipe #312663

    Found this in bottom of my recipe box, I had cut this from the Miami Herald many years ago to try. Now 20+ years later I made it for my family and we love it! We loved the onions in the bottom of the pan and I plan on doubling the amount the next time I make it. NEEDS TO MARINADE OVER NIGHT!

    Recipe #303487

    1 Reviews |  By NC Gal

    Cut this from the Miami Herald about 25 years ago (YIKES). Don't let the list of ingredients scare you, it's very YUMMY! If your watching your sodium intake, you may want to cut down on the salt. Marinade may be made in advance and will keep indefinitely in the refrigerator, it never lasted that long in our house.

    Recipe #182508

    3 Reviews |  By NC Gal

    I clipped this off a bag of egg noodles years ago. I panicked one time when I couldn't find the clipping and tore my cookbook cabinet apart. Looked on Zaar and couldn't find it. So I am putting it on here for safe keeping :) I don't always use the potato chips, but have also used "flavored" ones sometimes. Nothing fancy, just good old comfort food.

    Recipe #172893

    37 Reviews |  By NC Gal

    The recipe I cut out from the Miami newspaper (many years ago) calls this "German Quick Steaks"--not too sure where the "German" part comes from. Makes cube steaks tender and easy. Serve with mashed potatoes or egg noodles.

    Recipe #136338

    2 Reviews |  By NC Gal

    This is a Kraft recipe I have been making for years. Very easy and tasty. Super easy if you use a roasted chicken from the store deli.

    Recipe #125082

    2 Reviews |  By NC Gal

    Got this out of the News & Observer here in Raleigh. Angus Barn is one of the nicest restaurants in town. They serve this sauce with their Crab Cakes.

    Recipe #115688

    Got this from the News & Observer...very yummy and different kind of dip to serve. From the cookbook "Flavors of Fearrington"

    Recipe #113047

    10 Reviews |  By NC Gal

    WARNING: this recipe DOES NOT USE chili sauce or grape jelly!! This is best used with frozen meatballs and you could use "store brand" tomato soup to help cut cost. Ingredients are for each pound of meatballs used.

    Recipe #112346

    9 Reviews |  By NC Gal

    Very easy recipe since you can use your favorite bottled sauce. This is a Pampered Chef recipe that I "tweaked" to our liking. I use the PC deep dish baker with the baking bowl as the cover. But I'm sure that a covered roasting pan or tightly covered metal baking pan would work fine.

    Recipe #102787

    12 Reviews |  By NC Gal

    I got this recipe from CeCe, a sweet lady at a campground in Lebanan MO. I was living in a 5th wheel camper with my DH for his job. We became friends and spent plenty of time together while my DH was off working. Being a newlywed I was always looking for good cheap meals to fix for us. We like to eat this with mashed potatoes or egg noodles.

    Recipe #100079

    1 Reviews |  By NC Gal

    My sister in law who is the worlds best cook when it comes to seafood gave this to me. She gave me no real measurements, she is one to "cook by sight" But how I do it is just keep sprinkling till the top of the water is covered! Make sure you use shrimp with the shells on, the spices get all over your hands when you peel the shrimp and adds to the flavor. This is a casual dining recipe It is a very simple recipe that I hope you will enjoy. I use the left over shrimp to make shrimp salad, save 2 tablespoons of the boil liquid to add to the salad!

    Recipe #99906

    4 Reviews |  By NC Gal

    Not sure where I got this recipe--cut it from a box or can of something. I have been making it for over 15 years and always hear "yummy" from someone when they are eating it!

    Recipe #95743

    5 Reviews |  By NC Gal

    This is really called "Aunt Margarets sweet and sour ribs". My mother in law gave me this recipe when I first got married, who got it from her Aunt. I always double up on the sauce to make sure there is enough to pour over the rice. It is awesome the second day too, just skim off the fat before you heat it up and the ribs will just melt in your mouth! We love broccoli to eat with this dish, gives it an oriental feel. I hope you enjoy !

    Recipe #81481

    6 Reviews |  By NC Gal

    I cut this out of the News & Observer here in Raleigh last spring. Since it uses fresh apples and bananas it a nice way to dress up canned fruit. I have also added grapes, just to add some color. My family really likes this fruit salad.

    Recipe #75473

    4 Reviews |  By NC Gal

    My sister in law Kim gave this recipe to me. I serve it with tortilla chips or a light flavored cracker. It is so good that guests will fight for the last bite!

    Recipe #70056

    3 Reviews |  By NC Gal

    This is a salad that is great for summer picnics since there is no mayo in it. Any time I serve it to guest I am asked for the recipe. Thanks to my sister in law Lori, she was kind enough to pass the recipe on to me. I hope that you try'll like it!

    Recipe #69770

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