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    This is one of those recipes that you start to make early on in the day and simmer all day, for the best flavor. Make this on a chilly day and it will warm you from head to toe. Freeze any leftovers; pull out and thaw when you get that nasty winter cold or just need a quick lunch or dinner. Even though the title states "pot pie" noodle, bow tie noodles have always been used in this soup; something I grew up with. When my mom cooks it, she will sometimes add some thin sliced diced celery and/or a peeled, whole onion to the pot, just for taste, and removes the onion prior to serving.

    Recipe #140544

    1 Reviews |  By JustaQT

    From Copykat.com (http://www.copykat.com)

    Recipe #59624

    Good old-fashion dish with a little added yum to it.

    Recipe #40928

    Mostly inspired from Recipe #172377, this is a mixture of champ and colcannon recipes that I have tried, and lightened up.

    Recipe #263174

    1 Reviews |  By Charmed

    This is really delicious, one of my favorite crock pot recipes that can as easily be made as a casserole and baked in the oven. It lends itself easily to your favorite variations. I did not include boiling the chicken in the time since that is an option, and you can use already prepared cooked chicken, and I listed the time for oven baking, not the crock pot version. You can either cook a whole chicken in water with your favorite seasonings to make the broth, or use cooked chicken use canned broth. Works well either way. I've had it a long time and can't remember the source.

    Recipe #89325

    From Fix It & Forget It. I usually omit the lemon and add 1/2 cup brown sugar,also the bacon can be eliminated if you don't have it. Pork steak can be substituted. It breaks up and falls of the bone and this turns into a stew.

    Recipe #396147

    A version of cream can cookery improvised for the the crockpot. Recipe received from cafeteria at work

    Recipe #135313

    I got this recipe from my Cooking Light friends though this isn't exactly a light recipe! But it's oh so good!

    Recipe #227904

    Recipe #185000

    This ice cream has a spirited coolness and velvety smoothness. This recipe doesn't require an ice cream maker. Cook time is freeze time.

    Recipe #242176

    Got this recipe from a Louisville morning show showcasing Churchill Downs Chef Gil Logan. I passed the recipe on to Alan (my best friend from college) and he and I made them one night. I couldn't have whiskey or beer in the dorm, so I got everything else. They are good, but very strong at first. We used Sweet Baby Ray's and Tabasco for the hot sauce, Jim Beam and Budweiser for the booze. These are commonly used as appetizers, but we served them with rice and a broccoli casserole.

    Recipe #206619

    I've seen several other Margarita Pie recipes on here and there was only one that came close to this one; it had alcohol in it. Since we live in a dry county and I don't drink anyway, I had to have a margarita pie that didn't use booze.

    Recipe #146463

    Mom loves Polish sausage dogs, usually plain or with mustard. I like them like this. I either pre-fry them and make this sauce and then add them, or just toss it all together and simmer. Make sure you get some good soft buns that will hold those big ole dogs. They're a bit bigger than a regular hot dog.

    Recipe #191778

    Found this on the Hershey's website while searching for ways to use up the after-the-holidays supplies. I love butterscotch (not quite as much as I do caramel, but...)stuff like this is a great thing for me to pop in the oven when I have company for movies and nosh. I already make a version with little bite-sized candy bars and they are always gone by the first few minutes of the movie. I think that the addition of the coconut to the chips is divine!

    Recipe #206618

    I love apples, Gala and Granny Smith are my two favorite. You can't catch them on sale very often and that's the only time I buy them. So, this pie is pretty special. It's also pretty special because it's a diabetic pie. The Splenda is interchangeable with sugar if you are making it for a sugar-tolerant person. To kick it up a notch (even for diabetics) drizzle with caramel sauce or serve a la mode! (NOTE TO MY DIABETIC FRIENDS: I'm still working on a sugar-free caramel ice cream topping.)

    Recipe #151531

    I have a recipe here posted for Cherry Cola Apples, but I have also found one that I like just as much. This recipe uses diet cola, but are strawberry-flavored. They're different for sure, but I thought they were delicious. I'm always looking for different ways to use anything that can be used in a diabetic diet. This one came from Lifescan, which is the company that produces my blood sugar monitor.

    Recipe #204999

    These little pastries were adopted and I haven't had a chance to make them yet. If you do try them, please let me know if there are any changes you'd make or how they could be improved.

    Recipe #108782

    This recipe came from a children's "rainy day fun" idea book. The theme of the whole day was to have a campout inside. Since you can't make regular s'mores, these are just as good, might even be less messy, and will be fun to make together.

    Recipe #163743

    As the name indicates, a rich, flavorful stock.

    Recipe #104966

    Could it be any easier? A mere 3 ingredients and you have flavorful baked chicken! Add baked potato and a tossed green salad makes a nice basic dinner!

    Recipe #151107

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