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Potluck Spareribs

Reviewed: Sep. 11, 2011
Made it exactly as directed for a family potluck dinner, and it was a hit. 7 lbs. of ribs and no leftovers :) Highly recommended.
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Ham with Redeye Gravy

Reviewed: May 23, 2011
This authentic recipe is easy on the budget and the taste buds. I made the recipe exactly as directed except I substituted a non-stick pan for the cast iron pan because I no longer have one. It still came out delicious, not too salty melt-in-your-mouth ham steak & fixin's. Fixed it with biscuits and sweet potatoes with some sweet tea. This is my idea of Southern comfort food. Thank you for the recipe.
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Bill's Blue Cheese Dressing

Reviewed: Aug. 12, 2006
This was the BEST blue cheese dressing I've ever had! I followed the recipe to the letter. The dressing barely made it to the salad. My husband and I ate a whole batch on salad during a single meal. Be still my thighs! Thanks, Bill! This is a definite keeper.
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Sylvia's Ribs

Reviewed: Aug. 6, 2006
This is a keeper recipe! I ran short of ketchup and made it up with BBQ sauce, but it came out fine. We used Sonny's Mild BBQ sauce for a sweet sauce, but the pork came out like Carolina BBQ - tender enough to eat with a fork. We substituted 5 lbs country style pork ribs for the 2 lbs spareribs and still had a smidgen of sauce left (which I will save). Thank you for a wonderful way to cook ribs inside the house. My husband and mother both want me to make this again - frequently.
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Baked Beans III

Reviewed: Jul. 2, 2006
Such a keeper recipe! This is one way to soothe a hungry man quickly and keep him coming back for more. My friend brought the ingredients on a 3-day camping trip and cooked it on the coals of our campfire. It was more popular than marinated steak and shrimp dishes we also made. I use unsulphured molasses or real maple syrup if I don't have enough brown sugar. And, here in Florida, it wouldn't be baked beans without Vidalia onion. This is a versatile, simple recipe that can easily be adjusted for individual tastes. I like that it can be frozen, cooked in a crock pot, frying pan, casserole dish, or campfire. It has minerals, protein, iron, and fiber as well (just don't tell the men it's good for them). Thanks, Barclay, for a job well done!
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