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    If you like spinach, you will like this easy, comfort food type casserole. The addition of the lemon and nutmeg helps give it a nice, fresh taste. It is important to squeeze as much liquid from the spinach as possible. I sometimes use a leftover croissant to make the breadcrumbs. This goes nicely with a Caesar salad.

    Recipe #109190

    Katys recipe.. a little more prepwork after thawed... But well worth the work.

    Recipe #231304

    4 Reviews |  By Glori-B

    From the December 2006 Cooking Light. Sounds awesome and I didn't want to lose track of it. I hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #204631

    From Favorite Brand Name, "Fix It Quick, One Dish".

    Recipe #368991

    1 Reviews |  By 2Bleu

    This is a great recipe that is simple and inexpensive to whip up for a large crowd for breakfast. Serve with coffee, toast, maybe some fresh cantelope and your done! Recipe is easily reduced for a smaller crowd or for a romantic breakfast for two. :)

    Recipe #368879

    From the Sweet Potato Queens book. Goes REALLY well with Death Chicken. Can use cream of onion soup to make this vegetarian. Not sure on the yellow rice package size - I just grab the one that "looks right."

    Recipe #257103

    This is one we'll be using for an upcoming week of menu planning. I always make meat sauce in large batches and freeze it, so I'll be using what I have on hand, so if you don't like the sound of this one, feel free to substitute your favorite. Prep time/cooking time is for the recipe as written.

    Recipe #358441

    There can never be enough recipes for wonderful summer vegetables. With bacon and wine added for flavor, this one sounds like a winner. Recipe adapted from the local electric co-op magazine.

    Recipe #357541

    This all-in-one meal makes a brilliant guilt-free supper, and if you are really hungry - just add potatoes

    Recipe #357469

    Every time I go to my fave Chinese restaraunt I HAVE to eat this crab casserole. I love the flavors, the texture, heck ... I just love everything about it except for the fact that it makes me wish I had a second stomach just so I could eat more!) At first I didn't think there was any breadcrumbs in it. My MIL said there is. So, I went and bought a bit of it and pulled it apart bit by bit and found there was indeed some breadcrumbs in it. Anyways, I believe this is how they make it. Please let me know what you think.

    Recipe #357504

    This recipe is my Grandmothers from Texas A&M class in the early 1900's. It is very good even for the non eggplant eater.

    Recipe #120316

    A delicious change from the typical beef stew. Serve with crusty french bread slices. Wonderful, thick, filling meal for a cold day.

    Recipe #16055

    Can be made with canned tuna/ chicken but I like to cook my own chicken.

    Recipe #354427

    This is one of our favorite dishes. It's inexpensive, fairly quick, very easy to prepare, and best of all, packed with flavor.

    Recipe #354297

    This colorful dish is not only packed with nutrition, it's a feast for the eye, and incredibly delicious to boot. Feel free to substitute any root vegetables you prefer. This is an enhanced version of the first meal I ever prepared for my boyfriend 14 years ago, and he still thinks longingly about it! I use all organic ingredients in this. It would make a great side dish to roasted chicken, or a one-dish vegetarian meal on its own.

    Recipe #353775

    There is no meat in this one. From Carnation

    Recipe #353604

    Lasagne is a firm favourite with everyone. Unfortunately, with all that pasta, creamy sauce and fatty beef, it can be a huge meal. My version replaces some of the pasta and meat with vegetables, and compared to an additive-filled, processed version, this is much better for the waistline. All the Italian purists that I know will be up in arms, but for me this is a great dish that leaves me feeling full of energy.

    Recipe #353222

    My DH was feeling nostalgic for foods of his youth. After an online search (and some tinkering) we came up with this winner! Ore-Ida Crispy Crowns work better than plain old Tots if you like this crispy.

    Recipe #338419

    By The Canadian Living Test Kitchen

    Recipe #353159

    A little like a savory bread pudding, a little like a custard, this dish comes from the Western chapter of the United States Regional Cookbook, Culinary Arts Institute of Chicago, 1947.

    Recipe #352618

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