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                                                                      Image Courtesy of Marie (az2820)

 

This board is for food lovers everywhere!!!!!

This is a place to share those treasured family recipes and to gain knowledge of different types of cuisines.

Gary has assembled a website to compile and index the posted recipes.

He has requested that the recipes be posted in the following format so that he can add them easier to the website:

Recipe Example: >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

Sample Soup Ingredients:
1 tsp - AAAAAA
3 pounds - GGGGGG
2 cups - MMMMMM
4 oz - TTTTT

Directions: 1- ... 2- ... 3- ...

Notes: ... "

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

]We appreciate any and all recipes that are posted, but if they are not posted in the requested format they will not be indexed on Gary's website. Thanks For Posting! _ _ _

Onebgg's (Gary) iH Recipe (Indexed) Website: http://www.onebgg.net/ihrecipes/index.html

Here are a few recipe links that some may find useful:

Abbreviations Measurements (from site):
http://www.onebgg.net/ihrecipes/measurespage.html


Better Homes and Garden Food:
http://recipe.bhg.com

 


Cooks.com:
http://www.cooks.com/rec/
Courtesy of hasher5.


Copy Cat recipes:
http://www.copykat.com/copykat-recipes/copykat-recipes/top-rated-recipes.html
Courtesy of MP503, Ronaldo


Crockpot Recipes - Recommended:
http://www.cookingcache.com/crockpot.html
Courtesy of Marie
(AZ2820)


Culinary.net:
http://www.culinary.net


Emeril's is previous site:
http://www.emerils.com/featurettes/emeril_salutes.htm


Food & Drink Recipes:
http://www.epicurious.com

 


Food TV:
http://www.foodtv.com


Fossil Farms - All kinds of meat:
http://fossilfarmsostrich.com/index.htm
Courtesy of Sputnick


Kraft Food Recipes (requires registering)
http://www.kraftfoods.com/kf


Phoenix Gas Grill Recipes:

http://www.phoenixgrill.com/recipe.htm
Courtesy of junkmasterg


Martha Stewart:
http://www.marthastewart.com

 


Mr. Emeril's kicking it up a notch:
http://www.emerils.com/index.php


Soul food website courtesy of Lodi:
http://chitterlings.com/


Whole Food Recipes:
http://www.deliciouswisdom.com/ 
http://www.elise.com/recipes/
Courtesy of Todd H
 

 

Bon Appétit & Have Fun!!!!!

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#18233   LOL!! I think I'd rather watch Casablanca. janice shell 01/12/18 07:25:16 PM
#18232   Watch the movie. BullNBear52 01/12/18 07:12:40 PM
#18231   That looks tasty, but what I have is janice shell 01/12/18 02:45:35 PM
#18230   Orzo Risotto with Sausage and Artichokes BullNBear52 01/12/18 08:33:28 AM
#18229   So I bought some Merguez sausage. Now janice shell 01/11/18 11:42:37 PM
#18228   I concur, it is a dish I really like. ONEBGG 12/31/17 05:02:23 PM
#18227   It's probably why so many people think they janice shell 12/31/17 05:01:10 PM
#18226   Yep, that's pretty much sums it up. ONEBGG 12/31/17 04:55:28 PM
#18225   Yep. Nothing worse than to overcook it. janice shell 12/31/17 04:54:24 PM
#18224   Love a good dish of liver and onions. ONEBGG 12/31/17 04:52:40 PM
#18223   lol, I remember the review from when it janice shell 12/31/17 03:25:01 PM
#18222   lol, I know. But now some people janice shell 12/31/17 03:18:06 PM
#18221   The comments will give you a chuckle and BullNBear52 12/31/17 10:14:27 AM
#18220   What to cook New Year's Eve and Day. BullNBear52 12/31/17 09:56:11 AM
#18219   Chef Gives Up a Star, Reflecting Hardship of BullNBear52 12/31/17 09:28:47 AM
#18218   Is It Better to Cook With Coconut Oil BullNBear52 12/31/17 09:20:19 AM
#18217   Absolutely not. Oxtail is terrific. Very janice shell 12/20/17 09:51:51 PM
#18216   I think you're joshing me. BullNBear52 12/20/17 09:47:30 PM
#18215   Oxtail is very good. And it used janice shell 12/20/17 07:47:06 PM
#18214   Regarding the liver. My uncle was a butcher BullNBear52 12/20/17 07:25:40 PM
#18213   LOL!! janice shell 12/20/17 07:16:02 PM
#18212   Regarding the heart. Someone better not mention Eat BullNBear52 12/20/17 07:14:28 PM
#18211   Beef tongue is delicious. You could try janice shell 12/20/17 03:36:24 PM
#18210   LOL! ONEBGG 12/20/17 11:43:16 AM
#18209   I have tried all mentioned and I thought ONEBGG 12/20/17 11:42:59 AM
#18208   How about some Chianti with fava beans? ;-) cintrix 12/20/17 08:58:01 AM
#18207   A friend was having a cow butchered. I dffhogs 12/20/17 01:34:41 AM
#18206   LOLOL!! I think you'll find your food janice shell 12/18/17 06:24:05 PM
#18205   Thanks. I'm running out of places to hide BullNBear52 12/18/17 06:22:14 PM
#18204   lol, beats me. I suppose if you janice shell 12/18/17 03:33:07 PM
#18203   The jambalaya is excellent I just made it Sunday. yorky 12/18/17 01:09:42 PM
#18202   Ok do I need one of these? BullNBear52 12/18/17 11:27:12 AM
#18201   At least I know I am not crazy Flobewan 12/14/17 05:28:32 PM
#18200   Haha!! That is it more detailed. cintrix 12/14/17 04:59:47 PM
#18199   Here is more info on Cilantro and genetics. Susie924 12/14/17 04:36:31 PM
#18197   Now that works. BullNBear52 12/12/17 08:05:26 PM
#18196   My stepmother does, every year. The grand-kids come ONEBGG 12/12/17 04:18:19 PM
#18195   Making your own cookies really is VERY easy... janice shell 12/10/17 07:25:08 PM
#18194   The question is does anyone still make these? janice shell 12/10/17 07:24:33 PM
#18193   Basic Sugar Cookies BullNBear52 12/10/17 01:53:42 PM
#18192   How to BullNBear52 12/10/17 01:43:10 PM
#18191   No, I don't think it does, but then ONEBGG 12/06/17 06:15:56 PM
#18190   You know, I find that interesting. There's janice shell 12/06/17 04:32:38 PM
#18189   I called my mother today and asked for ONEBGG 12/06/17 02:51:43 PM
#18188   That's very interesting, thanks for the link. ONEBGG 12/06/17 02:41:21 PM
#18187   So do some in my family. We were ONEBGG 12/06/17 02:23:53 PM
#18186   lol, I like it... janice shell 12/06/17 02:20:51 PM
#18185   It's nasty for sure. If I use it ONEBGG 12/06/17 02:19:14 PM
#18184   I never liked Herb Albert either! ;-) cintrix 12/06/17 07:09:05 AM
#18183   It's an herb you love to hate. BullNBear52 12/05/17 09:28:44 PM
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