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Buffalo Dump Chili

Buffalo Dump Chili by Patti Fisher

Buffalo Dump Chili because we’ve been in the mood for great Chili. So, I thought I would make a dump chili using buffalo chunks that we slow smoked in Mesquite. This would be an awesome camping or tailgating recipe, too. I have been making chili for 35 years now with little or no measuring so guess you could call it a dump Chili.…

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Apple Butter

Apple Butter by maria liberati

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Polpo alla Griglia con raparossa affumicata e cips vegetable

Polpo alla Griglia con raparossa affumicata e cips vegetable by GianMaria Le Mura

Un Piatto meraviglioso da offrire in un piatto diverso ed un concetto diverso.

2 votes
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Stuffed cabbage ( Galumpkis )

Stuffed cabbage ( Galumpkis ) by Chef Paul McGovern

I have played around with this dish for years and this is what I came up with and like the best. I have spoke with my Polish friends and I have gotten many different recipe from all. So I put together many recipes and found this to be the best received from all. You can scratch make your own sauce or use your favorite store bought…

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Duck Leg Confit

Duck Leg Confit by Chef Paul McGovern

This is a very simple dish to make it's just takes a long time to do it ! But what you end up with is well worth the time and it will keep for week's in the frig and the flavors just get better with time. You can get the duck fat a any food supply house or if you know a Chef ask them to save it for you. I will store the duck for 3…

1 vote
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Senate Bean Soup

Senate Bean Soup by Salad Foodie

U.S. Senate Bean Soup is served in the dining room of the United States Senate every day in a tradition that dates back to the early 20th century. The basic recipe is made of navy beans, ham hocks and onions, but variations abound. This version is typical, with the addition of potato, celery and garlic. Serve with a slice of corn…

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Potato leek soup

Potato leek soup by Chef Paul McGovern

This is a dish I make at the end of the gardening season and everyone loves it !! I use my scallions that I have left in the garden and allowed to grow quite large. I only use the white part as you would for leeks

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Morrocan Lamb

Morrocan Lamb by Bernard Dahilig

I love the savory and slow & low cooking process of Morrocan food and especially stews like this, How can you not love this dish over the balnd falvorless stews of its American counterpart - DUH! Give it a try and you be the judge. My first taste of Morrocan food about a dozen years ago and i was addicted to the flavors of the exotic…

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Pork Adobo, Hawaiian Style

Pork Adobo, Hawaiian Style by Bernard Dahilig

I decided to post this recipe for those of you that do not know or are not familiar with Filipino Foods. being borne Filipino by choice, this recipe reminds me of my Mom's & Lola's kitchen. The fragrance of soy sauce, apple ciider vinegar, frech crushed garlic, laurel leaves - served with hot steamed white rice? How can you not get…

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File Gumbo / Chez Helene

File Gumbo / Chez Helene by Amos Miller

The late Chef Austin Leslie left a brilliant legacy of Creole dishes and he helped form my approach to the cuisine of NOLA. I follow no other recipe than the one he left me. When a dish is perfect, why stray? Fresh ingredients will tell the tale. Now, as my mentor Paula Wolfert admonishes: "Relax and follow the recipe"!

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Winter Squash Alfredo Pasta

Winter Squash Alfredo Pasta by Marla

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CHILE CHEESE DIP

CHILE CHEESE DIP by GARY ESTESS

YOU KNOW I ALWAYS HUNGRY AT THE LAKE SO I GOT SOME VELVEETA CHEESE AND A CAN OF CHILE THEN. PACE MEDIUM PACANTE SAUCE IT IS SO GOOD YOU CANT STOP EATING. MAKES GOOD BETWEEN BREAD.

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Venison barbacoa

Venison barbacoa by GARY ESTESS

This is very easy, cooking with venison in a slow cooker makes the meat taste tender and juice. Some hunters bone out the neck. This part of the deer gets very big when in rut.

1 vote
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Eggplant Parmesan (Slow Cooker or Crockpot version)

Eggplant Parmesan (Slow Cooker or Crockpot version) by Salad Foodie

This recipe based on one from Allrecipes.com served 8 and was cooked in a 5-quart slow cooker. I cut the recipe in half for 4 servings (which is the recipe below.) It cooks well in a 2 1/2 to 3-quart slow cooker. Whichever size you make, I think you’ll like this easy-does it version of yummy Eggplant Parmesan! (Note:…

2 votes
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Asian-inspired Mini-Meatballs

Asian-inspired Mini-Meatballs by Amos Miller

A perfect appetizer, great hot or cold, and can be easily made the day before the party in a large crock pot. All you’ll need is toothpicks and tiny plates! I’ve built upon an interesting recipe I found for meatballs with a teriyaki sauce and the inclusion of, yes, dried cranberries. This was so tasty when I first made my…

3 votes
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