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Chili Sauce

Chili Sauce by Salad Foodie

Chili sauce is one answer to that bumper tomato harvest. The perky piquant sauce can compliment many classic recipes like meatballs, meatloaf, cutlets, chops, tenders, eggs, potatoes, etc. This recipe is from Ball Blue Book of Canning (2010) and is what I’d deem a standard chili sauce for a wide variety of family uses. It is not…

4 votes
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Festive Pasta Salad

Festive Pasta Salad by Kelsey Martin

This pasta salad is colorful and zesty! Serve warm or at room temperature.

10 votes
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Cooler Corn

Cooler Corn by Glenn

Large gatherings of people who like corn on the cob requires a couple of lobster pots or a wash tub and a lot of boiling water and patience. Not anymore. Thanks to tailgating technology there is a simple way to make dozens of ears of corn for the hungry revelers.

1 vote
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Macaroni and slaw salad

Macaroni and slaw salad by Micheline

This recipe comes from my Taste of Home cookbook. It is a delicious, easy to make and my go to salad recipe for potlucks.

1 vote
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Piccalilli Relish

Piccalilli Relish by Salad Foodie

The final harvest of green tomatoes I relegated to a batch of Piccalilli, a relish of East Indian origin. Just can't get enough of that lightly pungent and savory condiment....and it’s way easy to make using a food processor for most of the chopping tasks. Make a batch of this to give as holiday gifts, and to enjoy yourself through…

1 vote
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Cardamom Carrots

Cardamom Carrots by Robyn Savoie

This side of sweet carrots with a hint of cardamom blend well. They're particularly nice during the holiday's, served up with poultry.

1 vote
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Soy Dipping Sauce

Soy Dipping Sauce by Robyn Savoie

This is good and easy to make. Serve with your favorite pot stickers, egg rolls, spring rolls and won tons.

1 vote
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Boston Baked Beans

Boston Baked Beans by Glenn

Deep flavored, muscular, savory baked beans for people who love the experience of good slow-cooked fare.

1 vote
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Red Pepper Harissa

Red Pepper Harissa by Robyn Savoie

Harissa is spicy condiment from Tunisia. It’s loaded with flavor, but very low in fat and calories, making it a perfect accompaniment to healthful meals.

1 vote
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Thai Sweet Chili Sauce

Thai Sweet Chili Sauce by Robyn Savoie

Traditionally, Thai sweet chili sauce is not thickened with starch; the syrupy consistency is achieved through cooking the sauce containing lots of sugar down until it’s thick enough to create a good suspension of the garlic-pepper bits. However, if you notice, bottled Thai sweet chili sauce normally contained a starch…

1 vote
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Twice-Baked Sweet Potatoes with Caramelized Onion and Sage

Twice-Baked Sweet Potatoes with Caramelized Onion and Sage by Robyn Savoie

If you've been searching for a new sweet potato recipe to serve, look no further! These twice baked sweet potatoes are light and healthier than the traditional casseroles filled with brown sugar and marshmallows. This recipe let the natural sweetness in the potatoes shine, while the dominant peppery, savory flare of sage come…

1 vote
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Oven-Fried Potatoes

Oven-Fried Potatoes by Robyn Savoie

These tasty potatoes are a family favorite. We enjoy them as part of a hearty breakfast or alongside meat for supper.

1 vote
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Vietnamese Nuoc Cham Sauce

Vietnamese Nuoc Cham Sauce by Robyn Savoie

Every good Vietnamese cook needs to master this dipping sauce. It's used in many dishes to bring all the elements together.

1 vote
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Balsamic Mayonnaise

Balsamic Mayonnaise by Smokinhotchef

This is mayonnaise set on it's ear. I came up with it one day while making my traditional homemade mayo. I searched my pantry, and to my dismay, I had run out of white, red, cider, distilled and seasoned rice vinegar. Alas, I came to my balsamic vinegar. I took a gander and gave it the old college try. I was extremely pleased…

1 vote
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Roasted Beets

Roasted Beets by Swansea Cook

Think you don't like beets? Once you've roasted your own fresh beets, you'll never settle for the can again. You don't peel them until they are cooked which is so easy!

1 vote
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