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    Good for what ails you! Even better the next day. From Cooking Light Magazine.

    Recipe #227889

    Tasty little bundles of savory chicken salad- simple but good. From Grits, volume 2.

    Recipe #227847

    Summer squash is a Southern tradition- but we always steam ours, instead of cooking in oil. Use small, tender squash, and enjoy!

    Recipe #228230

    Hands down, this is the best quiche I've ever tasted! The family that I cook for call it "KizziQuiche"... from Allrecipies.com. I've tried it using low-fat ingredients also, with great success!

    Recipe #226118

    I like to serve this with grilled chicken, or steaks. From Pillsbury Classic Cookbooks, Oct. 1997.

    Recipe #228618

    I found this in one of our local weekly newspapers, and my friends and family love it!

    Recipe #228499

    You can make these the night before a picnic or camping trip, and pop them into the cooler on the way out the door! From Quick Cooking Magazine, Sept. 2003

    Recipe #228144

    Simple and satisfying! This cheesy bread pairs well with soup or salad, and reheats well.

    Recipe #232074

    Porkchops are browned and then baked in a sweet/tangy tomato sauce. Serve with rice to enjoy the delicious gravy!

    Recipe #226053

    We love sun-dried tomatoes, and cheese! This bread grills up quickly to accompany your other dishes.

    Recipe #228414

    From the Nascar cookbook "Cooking Lifestyles". My family loves this tettrazini style casserole! Ann Scrader is obviously a great cook, as I've never had anyone turn this down! Makes enough to feed an entire pit crew!

    Recipe #223459

    From Cooking Light Magazine. A different twist on 3-bean salad, this makes enough for a crowd, and is great for potlucks. I never have leftovers! Don't be intimidated by the long list of ingredients- they come together quickly. Let this chill overnight for best flavor.

    Recipe #225366

    From Cooking for Two Magazine. Quick & yummy!

    Recipe #228472

    Not your average hot dog--simple, but very kid-friendly!

    Recipe #227700

    My Mom made this when we were growing up, and now my grandkids ask for it too! Great for those nights when you are short on time, but long on hungry kids! The secret is searing the meat briefly before simmering in gravy. Comfort Food!!

    Recipe #219757

    Even a kitchen novice can serve moist, flaky fish- without breaking the bank, or dealing with a messy clean-up!! Go ahead... impress your guests!

    Recipe #236477

    I haven't tried this yet. This is from Southern Living Magazine, and looks yummy!

    Recipe #235826

    A nice, light lunch that's simple to prepare. I serve it over Romaine leaves.

    Recipe #229012

    This quick side dish has an Asian flair, and is also good with sliced mushrooms thrown in! For the teriyaki sauce, I like to use the honey & pineapple variety.

    Recipe #234094

    I like this version because there's no mayo- just a light Dijon dressing that enhances the flavors. This is best when chilled overnight. Adjust sugar to taste, before dressing the salad. Cooking time includes chilling.

    Recipe #240222

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