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    Cassaroles

    I do love one dish cassaroles, specially on those days when I'm busy. Also like the ease of it all coming to the table in one plate, and it sure makes clean up easier.

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    Saw this on Cooking with Paula Deen, this is so good!

    Recipe #63496

    A tasty and easy version of the classic greek spinach cheese pie, an excellent main course.

    Recipe #436081

    6 Reviews |  By Ridgely

    "Oh yeah, this is it!" - are the words my husband declared when he tried this recipe for red beans and rice. He was craving New Orleans-style red beans and rice and I had never made it before- so this is the recipe I searched for and tried and it was delicious!! The kids thought it was great too. I only made a few small changes to Emeril's, like adding more sausage than the recipe called for and letting a smoked ham hock cook with the beans for the first two hours..other than that everything is the same. This is not a quick meal, but great for a lazy day at home.

    Recipe #316629

    6 Reviews |  By CindiJ

    We eat a lot of chicken dishes and thought this sounded good. Found this recipe on the FoodTV website, courtesy of Emeril Lagasse. This would also work great for OMAC. (Prep time includes 50 minutes In-Active time for poaching of chicken.)

    Recipe #257378

    Took me a bit to get this recipe "just right". I cooked the corned beef brisket myself first, but I suppose you could cheat a little if short on time. A very hearty meal in itself!

    Recipe #101440

    8 Reviews |  By roslan

    This is one of the easiest recipes to make and is always a crowd pleaser.

    Recipe #40684

    This is one of the best Macaroni and Cheese I have made at home. Found this recipe on line. The evaporated milk and dry mustard makes this dish extra special. The toasted bread crumbs is an optional topping.

    Recipe #381687

    My DD made this 27 years ago for the first time, and is still making it as it is a very good way to make chicken different.

    Recipe #136616

    This recipe is from Rebecca Laney-Meers, Jackson Mississippi and she was one of the winners in the Mississippi magazine contest. Her memories of this pie take her back to the 1960s when as a child in her grandmother Kate’s kitchen in west Jackson she renamed the recipe Tommy Toe Pie. It was called Tomato Pie. Rebecca’s time with her grandmother was quality time, and over the years she has tried many tomato pies, but grandmother Kate’s has remained the best. And when the tomatoes start coming in from the garden, this is her go-to recipe for her family. Thanks Rebecca! Feel free to add in fresh herbs, like the basil, oregano, etc. Enjoy!

    Recipe #391867

    This is a family favorite at my house. Its like a lasagna made with bachemel sauce! Try it you'll love it.

    Recipe #357588

    2 Reviews |  By CarolAT

    This is a simple ham caserole recipe that I have been serving my family for years. This is always a family favorite after a holiday when we have baked ham left over. My sons loved the flaky cheese biscuits that top the pie. I prefer to use low sodium soup in this recipe because ham tends to be salty.

    Recipe #252228


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