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    I like to make this for family get-togethers. It's nice because you can make it up ahead of time and keep it in the fridge until you're ready to cook. In fact, I think it tastes better if you do!

    Recipe #181723

    Submitted for the 'Zaar World Tour 2005. Ciao!

    Recipe #135281

    I love the savory taste combo of kalamata olives and capers--can't get enough of it. If you aren't up for the heat, use mild Italian sausage or cut the fat with Turkey Italian sausage. If you want it a bit spicier--add a bit of crushed red chile flakes. I think the overall flavor is fairly mild and will probably add more capers and kalamata olives next time I make it.

    Recipe #91360

    This is adapted from a recipe in Jr. League of San Francisco cookbook, "San Francisco a la Carte". I added ketchup and wine to develop flavor. A long running family favorite.

    Recipe #18081

    Reminds me of Chile Verde. Very tasty.

    Recipe #33630

    My kids will give up a steak dinner for this spaghetti. It is a recipe I have been perfecting for years and it is so good (if I may humbly say) that my kids are disappointed when they eat spaghetti anywhere else but home! In fact they tell me I should open a restaurant and serve only this spaghetti and garlic bread. In response to requests, I have posted the recipe for Recipe #28559 that uses approximately 1/2 of the sauce from this recipe. Have spaghetti one night and lasagna later! Thanks to all of you who have tried my recipe and have written a review. I read and appreciate every one of them! Chef Note: After I posted this recipe I remembered a funny incident--my dear husband usually has a nice bottle of wine handy so when I make a batch of spaghetti I just help myself to a splash of it. On one occasion, there wasn't a bottle opened, but there was a bottle sitting on the counter so I got out the corkscrew and helped myself. For some reason, the spaghetti that night was the best ever. My husband asked what wine I put in it and I showed him the bottle. He nearly fell off the chair. I had opened a rather expensive bottle he had bought to give his boss. Goes to show you--don't use a wine for cooking you wouldn't drink. You get the best results from a good wine!

    Recipe #22782

    This recipe evolved from one I found in a cookbook years ago. Use fresh rosemary if possible. Either way, the aroma will fill your home and make your family anxious to eat! One of my most requested recipes.

    Recipe #17281

    Wondering what to do with leftover sauce when you make Recipe #22782? Here is the perfect answer. Don't skimp on the sauce--this is best when you use 6-7 cups of sauce. Prep time assumes you have already made sauce. I like to make this up in 2 smaller casseroles so I can serve my family one and freeze the 2nd one for later.

    Recipe #28559

    This delicious pork and bean mixture can also be used for tostados, enchiladas, tacos, etc. Can be made ahead and frozen. This would also work well in a slow-cooker or crock pot. This is from the Jr. League cookbook, "California Heritage Continues". Good for OAMC!

    Recipe #19895

    This is a lasagna alternative I found in an old issue of "Canadian Living". It was from an article spotlighting personal chefs and make-ahead dishes. Bake in two 9x9-inch dishes or one very large casserole. CHEF NOTE: After making this several times, I prefer to make the "topping" more cheesy. I reduce flour to 1/4 cup and reduce milk to 2 cups, increasing cheese to a generous 1 cups mozzarella cheese with another half cup or more sprinkled over top.

    Recipe #17592

    One of my own personal top 10. The "straw and hay" is the combination of fettucini and spinach noodles. Wonderfully tasty dish! From Family Circle magazine way back in the 80s.

    Recipe #18511

    Hearty stew even children love! One of the few ways my kids will eat cabbage!

    Recipe #15392

    Serve this with crusty rolls to soak up the sauce.

    Recipe #40713

    Pork chops smothered in a bacon/onion gravy. Trust me, this is awesome...not a bit bland. It is one of my families favorite dishes!

    Recipe #107324

    Saw Emeril Lagasse prepare this on FoodTV and I could practically smell it and taste it through the screen. It was as fabulous as I thought it was going to be. I think you could use the same basic sauce for chicken and shrimp dishes as well. The sauce is to die for! Adapted from recipe in "New New Orleans Cooking" by Emeril Lagasse and Jessie Tirsch.

    Recipe #113472

    From "A Taste of Oregon". My family loves pork chops, so I am always looking for a variety of ways to fix them. This is one of our favorites.

    Recipe #18094

    This is a simple, yet delicious entrée. Elegant enough for a dinner party, especially Variation 2. Update: My favorite is the cream/tarragon version, but I decided it needed more sauce. When I make it I triple all of the sauce ingredients.

    Recipe #15394

    One of my favorite dishes. Serve with Recipe #17126 and refried beans. My husband commented that this recipe isn't as "green" as some he gets in a Mexican restaurant. If you want more green, use tomatillos. I just happen to like this just the way it is!

    Recipe #17130

    This is one of my husband's most favorite main dishes. It is fall-off-the-bone tender and is easy to prepare and as delicious as it looks. Especially good served over steamed rice.

    Recipe #15397

    Tasty and nutritious A great dish to warm the tummy in the winter!

    Recipe #17116

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