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    Comforting Foods

    Ahhhh, comfort foods. From our childhood or from our present, comfort foods deserve a special place in our hearts and cookbooks. Here are some of mine and yours! Cover photo is Cast Iron Skillet Meatloaf.
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    A simple and tasty casserole with items usually found in the pantry.

    Recipe #6611

    4 Reviews |  By dojemi

    A bite-size twist on a classic.

    Recipe #168132

    Call it what you will, traditional British cheese on toast is a national institution, an iconic snack enjoyed by all, regardless of class or background! What can be simpler and tastier, hunks of homemade or crusty farmhouse style bread topped with mature Cheddar cheese, a smidge of mustard and Worcestershire sauce for those who desire an extra kick! This is NOT really a recipe; it is a basic method for making a super tasty and nutritious fast food dish. There is even a Cheese on Toast Day celebrated in the UK - mark your calendars now, the last Thursday in April has been set aside for this comforting supper treat. I lived on cheese on toast whilst I was a student, as I am sure most students do nowadays! You can use other British cheeses, but I find the best cheese without a doubt, is a good mature farmhouse cheddar. Make sure your bread is thickly sliced and you have your plates ready and waiting to receive the molten cheesy snack - pull up a chair by the fireside in the winter and enjoy your 5-minute culinary efforts! (This is an all year around snack I hasten to add.) An interesting historical note; toasted cheese was served as the final course to male diners during Edwardian times, in Gentleman's Clubs........the cheese was melted and served in a pot with the toast set around the edges - a sort of Gentleman's Club fondue!

    Recipe #349789

    Not quite the real homemade thing but delicious and soooooooooo easy!

    Recipe #236545

    I got so tired of crowding the table with toppings for baked potatoes that I decided to premix them, using our favorites. The "fat-ness" of the sour cream, butter/margarine & cheese can vary according to my whim. Use herbed sour cream dips to suit your fancy. This is my one-handed response to "please pass me the sour cream, butter, cheese, chives and bacon bits" while I continue eating with the other hand. ;-)

    Recipe #205671

    My family loves canned creamed corn but I can't stand it. I finally came up with this recipe so we could all get along at supper. LOL!

    Recipe #145165

    My mother made this EASY dish for our family when I was a child. I still think it is great now!

    Recipe #189278

    Simple sandwich by 1960's Campbell Soup Company--cookbook. This is a very basic recipe--to be played around with. I encourage you to add any fun additions, and lots of spices as you see fit.

    Recipe #218070

    3 Reviews |  By Kasia#3

    Oh My Gosh! This is one of the best turkey meat loaf I have ever had! My son Nick LOVE"S this meatloaf. Remember, "Don't let your Meat Loaf"

    Recipe #179259

    Recipe #182806

    I came up with this one because it's fast---no chopping cabbage. And it's colorful because of the carrots in the cole slaw mix. Cook time is for noodle boiling.

    Recipe #116242

    There are probably a thousand different ways to make a hot chicken salad casserole, but this is, in my opinion, one of the tastiest and simplest. This recipe comes from "Miss Daisy" King, a Nashville cooking legend who made this recipe and many others famous at her "Miss Daisy's Tearoom" in Franklin, Tennessee. I like to serve this for supper with fresh fruit, hot rolls and lemon icebox pie for dessert.

    Recipe #112912

    Yeah! I know how to make "real" mac & cheese. But this is so good and simple that I can't justify the work. I hope you try this and put your own spin on it. You could add broccoli, ham or a host of other goodies!

    Recipe #36579

    I think this is the only recipe I actually made out of some low-cal cookbook I bought. This is NOT a recipe for frozen or canned beans, use fresh and using enough garlic is the key. I usually use about 12 - 15 cloves. Like the title says, it's really quick, easy and awesome...I think it's also healthy!! Healthy is not one of my favorite cooking terms, so if it's healthy and I like it, you know it's good!!

    Recipe #180889

    2 Reviews |  By MsSally

    From Eat Better America. Sounds really good. Have to try this soon.

    Recipe #264251

    A quick and easy soup made with ingredients usually found in the pantry/fridge. Can also be wizzed up in the microwave.

    Recipe #165823

    This recipe can be very easily doubled or tripled as necessary. I serve this with buttered egg noodles and broccoli.

    Recipe #95515

    These are easy to make and are the richest and fluffiest I have had!

    Recipe #30965

    This casserole was first served to me 30+ years ago by my sis in law Kathy. It is a real good fast recipe as you can have this done in less than 40 minutes. Kids love this--adults too. It is perfect for busy moms on days when you have to run the kids here and there. Only 4 ingredients and super easy to put together. The 6 ounces of ham is Hormel chunk ham in the can like tuna comes in. The thing would not accept 1 can of Hormel chunk ham no matter how hard I tried.

    Recipe #187440

    These are excellent for brunch. Try this as a side dish...serve these pancakes topped with carmelized onions! Wicked good..

    Recipe #26215

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