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    I have several family recipes. Mostly from my father and step father's side. Once I return home and get my camera working again, maybe I'll post a thread up in here detailing some of the recipes I make. I don't really have anything from my mother's side, since she doesn't really teach me them. It's a shame, really. I do enjoy a lot of those Filipino dishes.

    As for the family recipes I know from what I've learned at all from my fathers, here's a list:

    Dunn-made Honey Glaze
    Holiday Eggnog
    Spaghetti sauce
    Raspberry Marinade Chicken
    Cheddar Meatloaf
    Shepherd's Pie
    Asley's Chocolate Cake + Icing

    Then there are several of my own recipes that I've come up with while living with my fiance. I'll probably get those done at some point in the thread I make later. :U

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    My mom's green-bean soup. She got it from her mother.

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    Vegetarian dishes, I'm lucky my mom cooks the best veggie dishes and I grew up loving them.
    She said, her Vegetable curry has been a family tradition dish.
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    The only really family passed down recipe I know is our "Arthur Sauce" (Arthur is my last name). It's a caramel/toffee-ish sauce that we use on Christmas puddings. It's never been written down, so I'll try and get my mom to tell me the recipe to post it.

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    We have lots of cookies, but there is one that stand out in my mind. Dot's Chicken. This recipe is a doubled from the norm, by the way.

    You'll need

    8 kinless boneless chicken breasts
    Two to three jars of salted beef
    Two cans cream of mushroom soup
    16oz sour cream

    1. Layer glass baking pan or pans with salted beef

    2. Place chicken breasts in pan on top of beef

    3. In a suitably sized bowl, combine cream of mushroom soup and sour cream

    3. Stir till it's well mixed

    4. Pour over chicken breasts in pan

    5. Place in a 350 degree oven for approx. 45 minutes


    It used to be one of my favorite dishes that my mom made. She got it from her mom. Who got it from a friend of the family. It's insanely good, easy, fairly fast, requiring little prep work and cooking it is as simple as setting the timer and waiting.

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    I know this will be a double post but this is the hands down best way to do mashed potatoes in the world. Trust me here, bros..

    Pound of potatoes
    Stick of butter
    16 ounces of cream cheese
    16 ounces of sour cream
    A block of extra sharp cheddar cheese
    A little salt and pepper
    Some bacon is optional, and I'll explain that in a moment.


    1. Peel each potato. After you finish peeling it, give it a rough chop and plop it into a pot (or bowl) of cool water. We don't want them browning and getting gross, do we?

    2. Take your misshapen chunks of potato and boil 'em mash 'em, stick 'em in a stew.

    3. Take your freshly boiled taters and mash 'em. Once mashed, take a hand mixer to them and mix them until they're insanely smooth.

    4. Add your butter. Mix it in.

    5. Add your sour cream. Mix it in.

    6. Add your cream cheese. Mix it in.

    6.5. Add salt and/or pepper to taste

    7. Take the hand mixer and give it another go to ensure maximum smoothness

    8. Pour this mixture into a glass pan and pile the shredded cheese on it

    9. Keep it warm in the oven until they're needed. If you need them to go fast. Pop it under the broiler to melt the cheese more quickly.

    Second (and optional) preparation:

    1. Boil the potatoes with the skin on.

    2. Once boiled, halve them long way (know what I mean?) and scrape out the potato.

    2.5. Rub a little salt on the outside and put them under the broiler for a second, let 'em crisp up a little, basically.

    3. Follow steps 3 through 7 the same way.

    4. Fry up some bacon.

    5. Chop it up into smallish pieces. Now mix this into your taters.

    6. Put your potato/butter/cream cheese/sour cream/bacon mixture into those potato skins

    7. Shredded cheese on top of that

    8. Put it under the broiler to melt the cheese and help heat everything else up one last time.

    9. Done!

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    I'm not sure but this counts, but...

    My sister like to mix chocolate ice cream and strawberry ice cream together.

    Things Needed:
    Chocolate and Strawberry ice cream.
    A spoon.

    Put the two flavors of ice cream in a bowl.
    Mix them together with your spoon.
    You are now finished.
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