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    2 Reviews |  By Dancer^

    this makes a great filling lunch I make it today.

    Recipe #31039

    Are you looking for something different to do to green beans? This recipe is it!

    Recipe #169611

    Quick corn and crab bisque. Wonderful on a cold night when your in a hurry! Easily doubled, leftovers freeze well.

    Recipe #285205

    This is a simple salad to make that you may use as a lunch or at a cook-out. Years ago, when I was little, an aunt used to come to see us and bring a pasta and tuna salad to bring to the beach (on ice, of course). We would have a picnic and I remember the little shell pasta having tuna tucked inside. I thought that was great and I loved it; soooo cute. After I grew up and got married I continued to make this salad in the summer and still do. And each time it reminds me of the times at the beach and the little pieces of tuna tucked into the shell. I thought that my aunt was so smart thinking of shells to bring to the beach. It really doesn't take much to make a kid happy, huh?

    Recipe #231861

    A great soup to make for the weekend! Put all the ingredients in your crock pot and let cook all day. Supper will be will great with a bowl of this soup and some nice crusty bread.

    Recipe #219064

    This recipe appears to be slightly different than the other ones here. It was passed on to me from a friend that spent a couple years in Hawaii. It does tend to be salty, so I omit the salt and use low sodium soy sauce. NOTE: I would NOT suggest skinless chicken breast, they are not flavorful enough.

    Recipe #285540

    I found this recipe in Sunset many years ago, submitted by someone from Tucson. I have many thousands of recipes on file, but this must rank in my Top Ten favorites. My warmest thanks, mystery Tucson person!! (I've always chuckled over the "25" olives, but it's in the original recipe as such.) The filling works in chimichangas, enchiladas, taco shells or flour tortillas. Store it in the freezer for instant summer meals or for drop in guests. (In emergencies, I've been known to cheat and make the recipe in only TWO days, but I always count the olives!)

    Recipe #132313

    The key is chopping the veggies into small pieces. This is what gives the salad such a clean, fresh taste. The small pieces impart juices and flavor. No dressing required. This is good for lunch or as a side dish for dinner. It can be kept in the refrigerator for several days. NOTE: For a Fatoush-type of salad, toast or broil a slice of pita bread; break-up the crispy pieces into the salad.

    Recipe #137426

    37 Reviews |  By MaryMc

    This recipe is from Southern Living Magazine but tweaked a bit by me. It's great for an early-morning breakfast or brunch for a crowd, because you can do most of the work ahead of time and just throw it in the oven the morning you want to serve it.

    Recipe #50089

    Ridiculously simple. Very tasty. This is on the mild side because Mr. Wonderful likes his food a bit tame. You can easily add jalapenos to turn up the heat.

    Recipe #265263

    This one has a nice zippy flavor. By all means, use fresh tomatoes if you have nice ripe ones. Use about 8 large, peeled and cut up, in place of the canned.

    Recipe #223204

    This is my mother's spaghetti sauce, my favorite. You can change the meat as you lik it but here's how my husband and I make it.

    Recipe #287955

    These are so easy and just so soft and yummy! Bake then all at once or you can refrigerate the dough to bake some later. Cook time includes chill and rising time.

    Recipe #112761

    Chicken braised in wine and spices, serve with pasta of your choice and top with grated cheese, Greek salad on the side - delicious.

    Recipe #264051

    This is a meatloaf recipe that I got from a friend who I used to work with. It is an awesome recipe and gets your protein and veggies in at the same time. I haven't found a receipe for meatloaf yet that is better than this one.

    Recipe #150838

    2 Reviews |  By Renea'

    I got this recipe from cdkitchen.com. I have not made it yet but I plan to soon. I tend to take recipes and turn them into "dump" recipes (put it all in a ziplock bag and freeze it for later use) and it looks like this one may also work!

    Recipe #274128

    I have not made this yet. Adapted from Best of the Best of Georgia.

    Recipe #99583

    This is a Frugal Gourmet recipe. I know it's not authentic that way, but I always use ground beef. Note 1 hour resting time. (I'll be honest--I cheat and don't always let them rest for an hour. They smell too good and I can never wait.)

    Recipe #184691

    These are delicious and soft cookies. I especially like to make them around the holidays, but they are great anytime. I got this recipe from my mother-in-law.

    Recipe #206750

    A delicious, easy to prepare, and healthful soup based upon a recipe from Fred Wix, who is also known as the Gabby Gourmet.

    Recipe #156586


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