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Tater Tot Casserole

I've been using this recipe for some time. Lately, I've been substituting low fat options for the high fat ingredients, but stay away from…

Started by Todd Wilson

1 May 12, 2015
Reply by Travis Jones

Grilled Chicken Breasts/ roasted vegies

Grill Chicken on grill , but before soak in homemade Ital. Dressing, seasoned light with pepper Roast mix of Vegies = whatever you like B…

Started by Mike France

1 May 28, 2010
Reply by Kayce Cawthon-McCarty

Steak And Cheese

Start with 3/4 to a pound per man of top round, slice thin on a deli slicer. Chop Green and red peppers and vidalia onions. Combine the ing…

Started by Jeffrey Post

2 Apr 12, 2009
Reply by Jeffrey Post

Looking for ideas

We are a volunteer fire department consisting of about 40 members. Training is twice a month, and we also have one meeting per month. We ea…

Started by Adam Frick

2 Mar 25, 2009
Reply by Humberto Vergara

broccoli cheese soup

This is by far the best broccoli cheese soup I have ever had. In your pot saute 1 finely chopped red onion in aprox 2 tbs of butter continu…

Started by Shawn Tibbitts

0 Feb 27, 2009

Pasta Salad

Boil a box of your favorite spaghetti and a box or bag of multicolored spiral pasta, drain and rinse in cold water. Place in a large roaste…

Started by Robert Rhoades

0 Sep 30, 2008

Beef Stew

Purchase a good size top round of beef. Cube it into 1 inch squares. Brown the cubes on all sides. Use a good old cast iron dutch oven or o…

Started by Robert Rhoades

0 Sep 30, 2008

Cranberry Chicken

This is always a hit and it is really easy to make. We always use this recipe doubled, which feeds 6-7 guys. You'll need: 6-8 Chicken Brea…

Started by Matt Hedges

8 May 5, 2008
Reply by James Weaver

Steak salad

I lke to make a skirt steak salad at the station. I start with Chopping a head of fresh Cilantro,3-4 garlic cloves and 2 cups of lime juice…

Started by Humberto Vergara

0 May 2, 2008


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