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Killer Hogs BBQ Sauce Recipe

Killer Hogs BBQ Sauce Recipe by Malcom Reed

Perfectly simple BBQ sauce recipe we use in competition BBQ contests. You don't need a complex list of ingredients to have a great sauce... you just need the right ingredients that focus on complimenting the flavor of the meat instead of covering it up.

3 votes
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Chicken Cordon Bleu - Schnitzel Style!

Chicken Cordon Bleu - Schnitzel Style! by Salad Foodie

I fell in love with veal cordon bleu prepared schnitzel style in restaurants while living in Germany in the late 60's. But stateside, veal was hard to come by when I first began to replicate the recipe, so I subbed chicken breast. I have come fairly close to the 'authentic' versions my memories provide of this delicious main dish. I…

14 votes
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Cherry Winks ~ Classic Cookies

Cherry Winks ~ Classic Cookies by Amos Miller

This is the original recipe for a cookie that won the 2nd Pillsbury Bake Off. They contain dates, pecans, maraschino cherries, cornflakes and a kiss of vanilla extract. I have followed the original recipe but you G-F members will see my modifications for you in the Ingredints below. I've adapted the recipe for gluten intolerant…

1 vote
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Molasses Cake

Molasses Cake by Dominick Costa

I don’t know why, but I think of Molasses as a fall / winter ingredient. It’s not. But for me, I most commonly use it during the fall or winter. Here we have a Molasses Cake. I tried researching the origins, but came up short. I asked around, and supposedly, back in the day, some wise person who had no sugar for a cake decided to use…

1 vote
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Bernese rosti

Bernese rosti by Brett Ede

1 vote
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Cajun Chicken Linguine Alfredo

Cajun Chicken Linguine Alfredo by Skinny Kitchen with Nancy Fox

A bit spicy, a bit creamy, this decadent pasta brings a classic Chicken Alfredo to a whole new level. It’s bursting with flavor and spice thanks to the Cajun seasonings. If this doesn’t wake up your taste buds, nothing will! Don’t worry though, if you don’t like your food too spicy, just add less seasoning and it’ll still taste…

1 vote
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Home Made Pizza Dough

Home Made Pizza Dough by Justin Thyme

I’m going on a pizza making journey and this is stop number one! This recipe is one I have perfected over the years through lots of trial and error and even more tasting. The crust is crunchy on the outside but also a bit chewy. I think it’s wonderful and it always gets rave reviews. If you’ve never made your own pizza dough…

2 votes
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Cioppino

Cioppino by John Elder

This is the NY version of a San Franciscan Italian seafood stew. They focus on crabs while I focus on a nice variety of seafood. It’s quick to cook once the seafood is prepped and guaranteed to please every seafood lover. You can make the sauce white or red and once in a while I make it pink with just lobster tails, shrimp and…

3 votes
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Pig Pickin' BBQ Sauce for Pulled Pork or Ribs

Pig Pickin' BBQ Sauce for Pulled Pork or Ribs by myra byanka

East Texans are famous for bbq pork, not to say it can't be had in other parts of Texas, just as delicious to eat. While Carolinians justly deserve accolades for their pork, they prefer vinegar and mustard sauces. This is a mild tomato-based sauce for pulled pork, or it can be slathered on ribs that are almost done, and also served at…

1 vote
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Date Squares (Matrimonial Cake)

Date Squares (Matrimonial Cake) by A.L. Wiebe

I have used this recipe for years, having found it in an old Purity Cook Book.

7 votes
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Crab Dip with Bacon and Fontina Cheese

Crab Dip with Bacon and Fontina Cheese by Chef Chuck

Decadent and delicious!

1 vote
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Macadamia Nut Cookies with Dark Chocolate

Macadamia Nut Cookies with Dark Chocolate by Chef Chuck

One of my favorite cookie recipes!

1 vote
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Parmesan Polenta with Cranberries and Bacon

Parmesan Polenta with Cranberries and Bacon by Kyra Martin

I got this recipe from Giada's Food Network show. She recommends it for breakfast, but it's so good I would eat it anytime. Or all the time is good too!!!

2 votes
5610 views
Italian Monkey Bread

Italian Monkey Bread by Patti Fisher

Serious sports fan friends of ours are making pasta for the big game. They’re calling it the “Spaghetti Bowl”. Sorry I couldn’t get the sauce recipe; they say it’s a family secret. They wanted something different than plain old garlic bread and Patti came up with this. This is easy to fix a day ahead and super easy with ready made…

1 vote
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Deli-Style Rye Bread for Beginners

Deli-Style Rye Bread for Beginners by myra byanka

There is a relatively new method in baking bread that is becoming very popular. It is called cold fermentation. It allows one to bypass sponges, bigas, etc., as well as kneading. In basically a few minutes you can mix the dough, let it rise, then it goes into refrigeration for three days to develop the flavor. This makes it easy prep…

2 votes
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