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    This was one of my favorite things that my grandma made...it is a comfort food for me. It is so easy, and so delicious!

    Recipe #32522

    Those "taco seasoning" packets are usually so high in sodium and contain all kinds of unecessary junk. Give this one a try. You can adjust the seasoning to your liking, add onions when you brown the beef or not, whatever you like. I like to add fresh jalapenos when I add the sauce. Consider this a base recipe. Enjoy!

    Recipe #148786

    5 Reviews |  By NELady

    From Taste of Home Simple & Delicious Magazine, October 2008. I haven't tried this recipe yet, but am posting it for future reference. Author Ann Rogers, Ocala, Florida.

    Recipe #322206

    A nice simple recipe using smoked paprika. Feel free to use the ordianary sweet Hungarian if you have as much trouble getting smoked paprika as I do.

    Recipe #69243

    76 Reviews |  By ciao

    From www.TopSecretRecipes.com Posted in response to a request. The recipe was given to me by Miller, who is still with us in spirit. Thanks Miller!

    Recipe #54234

    This recipe comes straight from my great aunt in Georgia. It has been my favorite since I was a little girl. Very simple to make and even better to eat! Serving size depends on how many chops you use.

    Recipe #142609

    I found this in a Cooking Light slow cooker book at Barnes and Nobles $1.99 table. I am always on the look out for easy recipes I can do at the firehouse to feed hungry guys for a reasonable price. I put this on in the morning and by 6 pm I add a salad to the meal. Done! The guys at work loved it.

    Recipe #281701

    1 Reviews |  By Bev. E.

    A great recipe from my recipe binders. It is light and refreshing for pasta.

    Recipe #91892

    A classic meunier is simply a mild white fish seasoned and lightly dredged in flour, sauteed in butter and garnished with chopped parsley. In this recipe, the addition of lemon brightens the flavor. A handful of toasted stale breadcrumbs can be added to the lemon-butter mixture to create a slightly more substantial sauce with a note of toasty flavor.

    Recipe #121848

    Our family has two main traditions at Thanksgiving and Christmas involving the food - one is that my aunt makes Dressing (here in the South, that's dressing made from cornbread) and two is that my sister makes the Giblet Gravy to pour over the Dressing. This is the recipe she uses. Just thinking about it makes my mouth water!

    Recipe #42133

    My favorite way to use leftover turkey. Must give credit where due....this is my modification to one of Emeril's recipes - his was to boil a turkey specifically for gumbo - mine is to use up those leftovers!

    Recipe #82934

    1 Reviews |  By ellie_

    Recipe source: Bon Appetit (October 1986)

    Recipe #142380

    We eat a lot of tilapia. This is one of out favorite ways to eat it.

    Recipe #131270

    A good side dish and gives the squash a new twist! The original recipe calls for bacon or bacon drippings. You may substitute chicken bouillon cubes instead.

    Recipe #42061

    11 Reviews |  By Irises

    I usually serve this with rice. It's laughingly easy to make for a quick dinner

    Recipe #3328

    20 Reviews |  By PanNan

    This TexMex beef stew recipe was adapted from the recipe used by Sylvia's Enchilada Kitchen, a popular Houston restaurant. I add one chopped jalapeno pepper with the green bell pepper (not listed below), and serve it with a mound of mexican rice (like #41167) in the bowl.

    Recipe #80408

    12 Reviews |  By Rita~

    This sweet corn is kicked up with chiptoles pepper in Adobe sauce.

    Recipe #124213

    A quick easy meal for the crockpot.

    Recipe #76535

    An excellent choice as a side dish for fried catfish or pulled pork. Also goes well with cornbread to soak up the juices which are called "pot likker". When you eat this kind of food, you know you are living!

    Recipe #86387

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