Haven’t tried…but I’m going to.

You might need to buy:
  • pepper
  • salt
  • cider vinegar
  • sugar
  • packed brown sugar
  • chopped onion
  • water
  • apple cider vinegar

Haven’t tried…sounds interesting.
Some items are in “grams”…but this looks like one of those things that you can just sort of toss together without exact measurements.
After looking up conversion charts…100 grams = 1 cup

You might need to buy:
  • large baguette
  • Greek yogurt
  • finely grated zest of 1 lemon
  • mayonnaise
  • chopped fresh parsley

Haven’t tried.
Sounds interesting.

You might need to buy:
  • fresh Dill
  • Salad Dressing (Miracle Whip
  • whole ears of corn
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  • Apple Cider Vinegar' to taste

Haven’t tried.
Sounds really good , different and easy.

You might need to buy:
  • Salt and Pepper
  • fresh parsley
  • soy sauce
  • light brown sugar
  • red wine vinegar
  • olive oil

Haven’t tried.
I am not a fan of white beans but will make them for hubby. This would make the left over beans interesting.

You might need to buy:
  • cooked navy beans
  • white wine
  • ground cumin
  • Kosher salt
  • extra-virgin olive oil
  • Freshly ground black pepper

Haven’t tried.

You might need to buy:
  • Black Olives
  • eggs
  • chili powder
  • cumin
  • sour cream
  • -
  • Garnish:
  • Tomatoes
  • Green onions
  • crushed tortilla chips
  • Cilantro

Haven’t tried

You might need to buy:
  • apple
  • sugar
  • water
  • cinnamon
  • cornstarch
Belongs to cokerlj Apple Slab Pie 

Haven’t tried.
Serves 18 to 20

We prefer an 18 by 13-inch nonstick baking sheet for this pie. If using a conventional baking sheet, coat it lightly with cooking spray. You will need 4 ounces of animal crackers.

WHY THIS RECIPE WORKS:
Unlike a traditional apple pie, a slab pie is prepared in a baking sheet and can feed up to 20 people. Its filling is thickened to ensure neat slicing, and it’s topped with a sugary glaze. But rolling out the dough to cover both the bottom and top of this mammoth pie proved problematic, as was making the filling thick enough to hold up to slicing. To avoid these challenges, we used store-bought crusts for our Apple Slab Pie recipe, which proved sturdier than homemade. Gluing two crusts together with water and then rolling the dough into a large rectangle allowed us to get the crust into the large pan without a tear. To improve the bland flavor of the pie crust, we rolled it in crushed animal crackers, which contributed a sweet and buttery flavor to the crust of our Apple Slab Pie. Flour helped thicken our apple filling, but the result was too pasty. Cornstarch made the filling slimy, but tapioca thickened it well without making it starchy.

http://www.americastestkitchenfeed.com/bake-it-better/2013/01/secrets-to-apple-slab-pie/

You might need to buy:
  • PIE
  • granulated sugar
  • salt
  • Minute Tapioca
  • ground cinnamon
  • lemon juice
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  • GLAZE
  • lemon juice
  • confectioners' sugar

Haven’t tried.
You can use any canned fruit pie filling.

You might need to buy:
  • Angel Food Cake Mix

Sounds really good.
I have copied the way the person put the recipe in, only adding a few of my own thoughts and ideas here and there.

You might need to buy:
  • coarsely ground black pepper
  • Salt/Sugar Rub:
  • -
  • -
  • freshly grated nutmeg
  • brown sugar or honey or maple syrup