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    This is a tasty meatloaf recipe that you can make when you don't have a lot of time to fuss.

    Recipe #156204

    I couldn't believe how easy and tasty this recipe is. I love the half-melted pieces of cheese in the soup! This is from Cuisine at Home.

    Recipe #143719

    This recipe was in Prevention Magazine a couple of years ago. My family and I love it during the hot summer months when you don't want to do much cooking. Goes over great at potlucks too.

    Recipe #26428

    A nice break from chili's and soups. A great dish to have when it's cold outside. If you like spicy dishes I recommend you add spicy sausage instead of sweet sausage. Either way it's a great meal!!

    Recipe #108761

    For Thanksgiving, or other occasions, this is a refreshing, colorful and easy apperitif.

    Recipe #103805

    An easy to make pumpkin cheesecake that tastes great. My wife found this recipe on a box of Philadelphia Cream Cheese.

    Recipe #35568

    This is a recipe that is the same as one my Mom makes, she has been making it for years and it has become a staple on our Holiday Table. It's a variation on the traditional sauce which produces whole cooked berries with a touch of caramel. Hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #139975

    5 Reviews |  By Irmgard

    I got the recipe for this delicious dinner pie from the Toronto Star.

    Recipe #69227

    Last year, we spent a really long time making stuffing for Thanksgiving. And we got... glue. Our stuffing tasted like glue. Yuck. This year, I plan something different. I found a recipe on the Good Housekeeping website. In the picture, it looks more like pilaf, but it sounds yummy... and not at all like glue! (I've altered the wording slightly)

    Recipe #141681

    Okay, it's October, but I want Thanksgiving to be now so I can make this! Says the Good Housekeeping Magazine website about this recipe... "Red onions are cooked down until sweet and rich, then simmered with brown sugar and balsamic vinegar -- a perfect match for tart cranberries! Use leftovers as a flavorful topper for turkey sandwiches." Good Housekeeping says that this sauce can be made up to 4 days ahead. (NOTE: I reworded the recipe a teeny bit)

    Recipe #141682

    Sounds pretty easy and wonderful, too. I found this recipe on the Good Housekeeping website.

    Recipe #141683

    I am a lazy cook on Thanksgiving. I will NOT make mashed potatoes from scratch. It will NOT happen. So I was very pleased to find this recipe on the Good Housekeeping website. I can't wait to try it!

    Recipe #141685

    This sounds like a lovely accompaniment to grilled meat or chicken. Don't be put off by the long prep time--all you have to do is mix the ingredients for the salsa and let them stand for 30 minutes. Then cook the green beans, mix everything together, and you're done! I found this recipe on the Good Housekeeping website.

    Recipe #141691

    Ooh, does this sound good! I found it on the Good Housekeeping website.

    Recipe #141692

    Ummm... brushetta. Ummm... goat cheese. Ummm... pears. I can hardly wait to make this! I got it from the Good Houskeeping website, and it sounds delicious.

    Recipe #141731

    Wow, this sounds so easy and wonderful. No chopping required! I found this recipe on the Good Housekeeping website.

    Recipe #141732

    Oooh... coffee AND eggnog AND whiskey. Sounds like the perfect concoction. It's from the Better Homes and Gardens website.

    Recipe #142179

    Here is something different and yummy to serve with crusty French bread cubes or tortilla chips. It's from the Better Homes and Gardens website.

    Recipe #142181

    These sachets would make an excellent gifts, tied to a bottle of wine or cider. The recipe is slightly reworded from the Better Homes and Gardens website.

    Recipe #142187

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