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Best Cornbread
 
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Amazing Coconut Custard Pie
 
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Swedish Meatballs
 
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Gooey White sauce Chicken Enchilada's
 
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Pumpkin Crisp
 
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ShamanDaddyJeff's Famous No-Bake Cookies
 
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Sexy Sizziling Pineapple and Strawberry Salsa
 
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Moms BBQ Meatballs
 
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Turkey Chili with White Beans
 
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Sublime Raw Kale Salad
 
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Lew Rubens Submission Hot Chili Dip
 
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Chocolate Cheesecake With A Peanut Butter Cookie crust and a Raspberry Topping
 
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Holiday Turkey Brine
 
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Lord Foul's simple seafood medley
 
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Cranberry Pineapple Relish
 
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roman pasta with cheese and pepper (cacio e pepe)
 
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River's Cheat Time Desserts- Mousse.
 
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Slow Cooker Bacon & Potato Chowder
 
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Cousin Ken’s Famous Deviled Eggs
 

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Best Cornbread
Got this from a friend and share it when I can. My hubby and I love it. Submitted by: "Sarah Flemming"

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Amazing Coconut Custard Pie
I needed something quick and different for a potluck and found this recipe on line. I've modified it a little from the original to suit my own tastes. Submitted by: "DrgonLady"

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Swedish Meatballs
I don't remember where I first learned how to make Swedish Meatballs but find them to be a terrific potluck contribution particularly when I expect the other contributions to be high carb, high roughage, or high sugar items that I generally eschew. I know that at least my Dominant and I will be able to eat my own potluck submission without guilt and not feel hungry or deprived. But I've never had to take home any leftovers. Although there's considerable preparation to be performed beforehand (at least one day before the event); the actual steps required to complete the dish on the day of the event can be performed quickly, while wearing one's fancy dress or fetish outfit and not getting all into a sweat. The dish is portable enough to carry in the saddlebags of a motorcycle. This recipe meets the health, moral, and nutritional guidelines of my decidedly minority (but growing!) dietary philosophy of which I represent in my own cookbook, *Nourishing the Predator: Recipes to Preserve and Enhance Virility in the Dominant American Male*. Although I have given out this recipe to individuals who have requested it, it has never before been formally published. The recipe can be doubled or tripled without much in the way of additional effort. Submitted by: "Caprizchka"

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Gooey White sauce Chicken Enchilada's
A friend made this at a get together, and over the years we have altered the recipe slightly. It's a great dish to make for a gathering of friends and easy to do! Submitted by: "Rayna"

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Pumpkin Crisp
My best friend in the world makes this every holiday season. It's a great way to have the smell and taste of pumpkin pie but with a nice change instead of the same ol each year! It's delicious and everyone loves it! Submitted by: "Rayna"

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ShamanDaddyJeff's Famous No-Bake Cookies
I first tasted them back in 1998... It was an old family secret recipe. I was already hooked on Master, but if I hadn't been already, he would have had me hooked on him had me forever after tasting these melt in your mouth morsels! Submitted by: "Domina DeManda"

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Sexy Sizziling Pineapple and Strawberry Salsa
I love Salsa of all sorts and really love Pineapple Salsa. When you mix the Pineapple and Strawberry in one dish the taste explodes in your mouth. It's a one of kind sensual taste and smell of strawberries is very erotic when shared with that special person. Submitted by: "Rev Mel (revmel)"

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Moms BBQ Meatballs
This one one of the first things I learned to make, and made it often for my family when I was a teenager. When I got married and raised a family of my own, I used to make it all the time. It has been adopted and/or adapted over the years by almost all of my family and friends. For an easier way...just do YOUR meatball recipe and pour almost any pre-made BBQ Sauce over them and bake for about an hour.... Submitted by: "Joy Smith"

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Turkey Chili with White Beans
This is a recipe i adapted after trying a lamb & white bean chili at a chili cook-off. That chili was unforgettable (although it only won third place) and i tried to recreate it. I use turkey rather than lamb because i avoid red meat. This chili keeps in the fridge for a week and can also be frozen. It gets better the next day when the flavors have steeped. Submitted by: "Sublime Cuisine"

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Sublime Raw Kale Salad
My version of Sarah's recipe is a people pleaser. It keeps well for a few days. The secret, of course, is massaging the kale. This breaks down the cellulose structure of the leaf, making it more tender and less bitter. Any kind of kale can be used but i prefer dinosaur kale for it's intense deep green color and milder flavor. Use organic produce if at all possible! Submitted by: "Sublime Cuisine"

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Lew Rubens Submission Hot Chili Dip
This appetizer recipe was handed down through my Mom. At the time it was just called Hot Chili Dip. I've made some changes since then. Submitted by: "Lew Rubens"

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Chocolate Cheesecake With A Peanut Butter Cookie crust and a Raspberry Topping
I made up this recipe on my own, because i love chocolate, raspberries and peanut butter. I have cooked all my life and made plenty of Cheesecakes and i wanted a unique one that i could call my own. Submitted by: "Master Magnum"

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Holiday Turkey Brine
I have cooked a Turkey for Thanksgiving, Christmas and even Easter. I have always baked a Turkey so i wanted to cum up with a recipe that would make a turkey moist without having to baste it every hour. The picture attached is a Turkey in the container ready to go into the fridge. Submitted by: "Master Magnum"

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Lord Foul's simple seafood medley
I love food, I always have. I especially love well prepared seafood dishes. My mother was a truck driver and my dad was not around so my mom started me out with simple stuff like grilled cheese eggs and other such meals, from there I expanded trying new spices and ingredients. I decided one day to jump into seafood and after several failed attempts stumbled upon a simple blend of excellent flavors and a filling meal. I have made this for several friends and it has been a staple of my recipes for many years now. Submitted by: "Lord Foul"

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Cranberry Pineapple Relish
I created this cranberry relish, because i wanted something more than just regular cranberries. Submitted by: "Master Magnum"

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roman pasta with cheese and pepper (cacio e pepe)
i picked up this recipe from a nonna in italy when i was there taking language classes. it couldn't be easier or faster. make sure you use really good pecorino cheese. with so few ingredients, every one counts double. Submitted by: "Miss Allix"

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River's Cheat Time Desserts- Mousse.
Years ago I was asked to produce enough Mousse to serve a large private dinner party. I was thrilled but knew I had my work cut out for me. After that experience I decided to start experimenting with other ways of making this wonderful dessert without all the work. What came about is a wonderful dessert that is easy and takes little time. I've found this makes a great pie or piped into chocolate dessert thimbles Enjoy. Submitted by: "Amy A."

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Slow Cooker Bacon & Potato Chowder
This is a slow cooker recipe that i made up for cold fall and winter days. Submitted by: "Master Magnum"

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Cousin Ken’s Famous Deviled Eggs
This Recipe was donated by ken Marcus to help support TSRnetwork.com. Ken is a well known photographer and has worked with Playboy and has a web site called KenMarcus.com. Ken has been a guest on the Rev Mel Show and on the Venus De Mila show both on TSRnetwork.com and is a strong supporter of the BDSM community. Ken also started his career in photography in photographing food for many well known companies before working for Playboy. Submitted by: "Ken Marcus"

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Each recipe has been donated by members of the BDSM and Kink community. The people who submitted recipes are home cooks, chefs, foodies that love to cook and some are Dom's, submissives, Masters, Mistress's and fellow kinkters that donated there recipes to this cook book called 50 Shades of Taste to keep TSRnetwork going.

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