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    Transcribed from Good Eats episode 14x15. This is a breakfast take on the classic pot pie.

    Recipe #451510

    This one dish meal is a great quick way to cure your craving for pizza! It's made with refrigerated biscuits and delicious toppings.

    Recipe #28214

    This was a pure scavenger hunt through the freezer, fridge and pantry! It came out really good! Perfect for a quick and easy weeknight supper!

    Recipe #140558

    I made this recipe up after eating at Cracker Barrel. This recipe seems very close to their Hash Brown Casserole.

    Recipe #45557

    This recipe is in memory of my daugher Tammy. I gave her this a while back after I tried it, and it bcame a hit with her and all of her friends.

    Recipe #142923

    This was one of my first successful cooking experiences. It came from the April/May 1999 issue of Taste of Home. This is a recipe you will want to make over and over again.

    Recipe #78959

    89 Reviews |  By yooper

    This is a great solution to the "I have no idea what to make for dinner" dilema! Fast, simple, and filling!

    Recipe #43068

    1 Reviews |  By Bec

    Moussaka is a traditional dish of Greece, the Balkans, and the Middle East. Despite its Turkish name, it is usually thought of as a Greek dish in the West, and is less popular in Turkey than in Greece. There are variations on this basic recipe, sometimes with no sauce, sometimes with other vegetables. The most common variant in Greece substitutes zucchini for eggplant, or uses both. There is even a fast-day version which includes neither meat nor sauce, just vegetables (ground eggplant is used instead of ground meat), tomato sauce, and bread crumbs, making it almost identical to briami.

    Recipe #126173

    31 Reviews |  By Amy E

    My kids love this recipe

    Recipe #26287

    98 Reviews |  By yooper

    Wonderful take on the Italian Meatball Sandwich. Taken from "Quick Cooking" Magazine.

    Recipe #31314

    This recipe is very good. I got it out of a Colorado cookbook, and is very easy to make. The butter can be used sparingly, and I usually use more Ritz crackers than the recipe calls for.

    Recipe #118077

    17 Reviews |  By Cynna

    This is a variation on Chili Dogs made into a casserole that pleases kids and adults alike! Simple and quick for you on-the-go chefs! This was inspired by a casserole my mother used to make for me when I was a kid. Her version is quite different, although just as good!! The Original Coney Island Casserole Recipe #180894

    Recipe #111413

    This is an easy recipe when you need dinner fast!

    Recipe #106759

    1 Reviews |  By ~ Glo ~

    This dish, made with leftover Christmas ham, starred at a post-holiday brunch with friends. Both adults and kids gobbled it up and came back for seconds. I'm told the recipe originally came from the side of the Bisquick box, but I've increased the spices a bit and added dry mustard to the mix for more flavor. Quick, easy, and a delicious use for leftover ham.

    Recipe #113152

    Easy to make, saw it on a PBS local cooking show. I made for a St. Patrick's Day Brunch at work and it literally flew out of the pan. Everyone asked me for the recipe

    Recipe #88257

    I think this is even better than a reuben sandwich, I bet you will probably eat the whole casserole by yourself! :)

    Recipe #76133


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