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Meat Roasted Pork from Old Family Recipe
Rockin' Rouladen (Savory German Style Beef Roll-Ups) from S. Chokel
Roundsteak Delight
Ruby Glazed Ham from Angela Creighton
Runza Casserole (Chop Meat Recipes) from Chris
Ruthie's Meat Loaf from Anthony Theobald
S.O.B. Stew (Sonofabitch Stew) from Trader Vic's Pacific Island Cookbook, Chapter VI, "Texas"
Sage Sausage (Saged-Up Sausage) from MeMaw from Miss Nezz
Salami from Lisa
Salisbury Steak from Christine Abrey
Salpicon from Flavors of Mexico
San Francisco Chops from Lynn
San Francisco Chops from chris
Sarma S Kislim Zeljem (Slovenian Cabbage Rolls) from Peek
Sauerbraten (Sauerbraten) from Theresa
Sauerbraten from bubantam
Sauerbraten from Linda Engbarth Weissert
Sauerbraten from Larry
Sauerkraut and Polish Kielbasa from S. Chokel
Sausage Bread (Sausage Stromboli) from Angela Creighton
Sausage Gravy and Bisquits. (Sausage Gravy and Bisquits) from Melody McAllister
Sauted Crotalus (Rattlesnake) from Chuck
Sauteed Veal Medallions from Dickens Inn, Philadelphia, PA
Savory and Sweet Hot Potato Salad (German Potato Salad) from S. Chokel
Savoury Meat Balls from amie
Schnitzla (Polish Meatballs) from Cricket
Scotch Eggs from Janice Pattie
Seared Bourbon Steaks with Garlic Mustard Sauce from Lynn
Shami Kebab
Shepherds Pie (Beef and Vegetable Pie) from Dickens Inn, Philadelphia, PA

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