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Mini Pork Pies Recipe -I discovered my love of pork pies as a child when I used to help my father deliver oil on Saturdays and we would stop at a local pork pie place for lunch. As an adult I host Christmas Eve for my very large French Canadian family and everyone expects to find my little pork pies—it just wouldn't be Christmas Eve without them.—Renee Murby, Johnston, Rhode Island

Mini Pork Pies Recipe -I discovered my love of pork pies as a child when I used to help my father deliver oil on Saturdays and we would stop at a local pork pie place for lunch. As an adult I host Christmas Eve for my very large French Canadian family and everyone expects to find my little pork pies—it just wouldn't be Christmas Eve without them.—Renee Murby, Johnston, Rhode Island

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Pat Sheerin: Grilling Perfect Steak Plus: F&W's Beef Cooking Guide More Amazing Steaks ...

chicken primavera pizza... made it.. LOVED it! substituted some romano and parmesan for asiago. mixed fat free and regular mozzarella for top of pizza.... thin crust.. light ranch... delicious and won't break my diet!

chicken primavera pizza... made it.. LOVED it! substituted some romano and parmesan for asiago. mixed fat free and regular mozzarella for top of pizza.... thin crust.. light ranch... delicious and won't break my diet!

New York System Wieners - Growing up in Rhode Island, this is the only "hotdog" we ever ate. It's really nothing like a typical hot dog. The wiener has a natural casing on it and comes in a long string like sausage. This particular wiener is obviously not available here in the Midwest so I used a regular wiener. The sauce is cooked for hours and the wiener must be assembled in the correct order to make it authentic "all the way". The bun must be steamed as well.

New York System Wieners - Growing up in Rhode Island, this is the only "hotdog" we ever ate. It's really nothing like a typical hot dog. The wiener has a natural casing on it and comes in a long string like sausage. This particular wiener is obviously not available here in the Midwest so I used a regular wiener. The sauce is cooked for hours and the wiener must be assembled in the correct order to make it authentic "all the way". The bun must be steamed as well.

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