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Strawberry Pie

Reuben Sandwich

Pineapple Upside-Down Cake

Green Beans With Bacon

Giant Chocolate Filled Cookie

Taco Pasta Casserole

I love pasta and tacos so I thought, why not combine the two? I seasoned the ground beef with taco seasoning and combined it with the rest of the ingredients. I topped it off with Mexican cheese then melted the cheese under the broiler, garnished it with fresh tomatoes, sliced olives and fresh parsley. Everyone cleans their plate every time […]

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Easiest Chicken or Turkey Brunswick Stew

My Brunswick Stew is thick and a great way to use up canned vegetables with leftover chicken or turkey. It doesn’t get any easier than this to make stew and it tasted so good! In a large pot add the vegetables, making sure they are completely drained. Add the tomato sauce, crushed tomatoes, Rotel, BBQ sauce (or ketchup), chicken (or […]

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Celebrating Our 32nd Anniversary

To celebrate our 32nd anniversary we ate at Cleveland Chop Restaurant. It was the perfect place with a beautiful atmosphere, fantastic service and there are no words for how delicious the food was. Thank you to our friends Kathe & Tom for telling me about this place! My husband ordered caesar salad and it came with a small cast iron […]

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Crisco Pie Crust

Pie Crust is one thing a lot of people are afraid to make. This recipe came right off the Crisco Shortening can. After you master this easy recipe, try other recipes until you find the one that is good for you like I did, however, I still came back to this recipe as my favorite. To see my step by […]

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Did You Know – Bundt Pan

I borrowed this tip from my Mother-in-Law. She is 93 years young and invited us for dinner. She made this delicious Apple Bundt cake for dessert. When we were getting up from the table, she handed me the Bundt cake pan. She said she puts the pan back on the cake upside down to keep it fresh, brilliant! The Bundt […]

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Make Ahead Foolproof Gravy

Gravy that can be made early in the day (if you want) then reheated to save you time when the turkey is done and it’s time to eat. You won’t believe how delicious and easy this is! This is the way I always make my gravy anytime of the year. To see my simple step by step directions with pictures […]

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Salt Brined Turkey

Have you ever brined a turkey with just salt and no liquid? The salt causes the moisture to leave the skin. During baking it makes the most delicious crispy skin that seals in the moisture in the turkey. It may not look as pretty as an unsalted turkey but once you taste it you won’t care. To see how to […]

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