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    This recipe is from my late Louisiana grandmother, saved in our handwritten family cookbook. It's the only pecan pie recipe I've ever used (or probably will ever use)--it's just perfect. For a real treat, grab a piece while it's still gooey and warm from the oven (or reheat it in the microwave!) and top it with a scoop of ice cream (vanilla bean, French vanilla and butter pecan are all heavenly choices).

    Recipe #90534

    3 Reviews |  By CarolAT

    This is my mother-in-law's famous pecan pie recipe. It is easy to make and packed full of flavor.

    Recipe #273321

    We all have leftover dressing from our Thanksgiving feast. If you used a sausage based dressing, this is a great way to use it and have a tasty breakfast treat at the same time.

    Recipe #469204

    Easy stuffing in a Crockpot that I found on the web.

    Recipe #351578

    a better creamier sweet potato casserole not dulled down with spices that really lets you have a great sweet potato flavor.

    Recipe #401789

    LOTS BETTER THEN STOVE TOP!!! I had this several years ago at my mom's for christmas and it was wonderful. All the flavors blend so well together and the water from the steam makes it not so dry. READ CLOSELY!!!!!!!!

    Recipe #165176

    6 Reviews |  By anme

    A way to use up holiday leftovers

    Recipe #223964

    I got this tip many years ago from my friend Anni and I use it every year now for my Thanksgiving turkey gravy. My kids say my gravy is the best there is, but I have Anni to thank for that..

    Recipe #266374

    This recipe is from Shape magazine.

    Recipe #56335

    I have never found an Irish Soda Bread recipe (or commericially available loaf) that can hold a candle to this recipe. It is simple to make and you can also mix the dry ingredients, add a hang-tag listing the wet ingredients and baking instructions and you have an outrageously good gift. This is an absolutely authentic Irish recipe, and if you have never had a Soda Bread with fruit or caraway, it is probably due to the baker's preference to omit it, cost cutting measures or the way in which this recipe is prepared in a few regions of the country. Note: If you don't like caraway seeds, currants or raisins, don't add them. And don't overmix this dough. I blend wet and dry ingredients with a large spooon only until incorporated. Also, if like Pretty111, you provide a low-star review because you THINK the recipe isn't traditional, don't bother. This recipe is not listed as "traditional", just delicious. I think that if you do not try a recipe, you have some nerve giving it a low-star review. It is just unfair.

    Recipe #103643

    Wonderful brunch dish! From Betty Crocker Annual Recipes 2008.

    Recipe #388586

    Very dramatic, with room in the center to display your holiday centerpiece. Easy bread machine recipe with instant potatoes.

    Recipe #339926

    Smooth, simple, and savory. Dedicated to Julie (.::.Blink.::.)

    Recipe #200005

    Moms Awesome Stuffing!!

    Recipe #408463

    A Williams-Sonoma favorite!! A little bit of extra work, but very yummy!

    Recipe #195142

    2 Reviews |  By BeIIa

    This recipe is soooo good! It's a great way to combine a mixture of veggies even my 2 little picky eaters will eat! This recipe doubles easily. Sometimes I throw in another half bag of the veggies. Always a favorite at my family functions!

    Recipe #336007

    this is enjoyed all year

    Recipe #97232

    3 Reviews |  By ChrisMc

    Yes, you can cook a turkey breast in the crock pot! Here's a low-fat stuffing to serve with turkey.

    Recipe #32696

    This is a dish I used to make only at Thanksgiving. I loved it so much that I began making a ton of it and freezing the rest in serving sizes! If you don't like turnip/rutabaga, try this way.

    Recipe #134316

    I discovered this recipe at a holiday cookie swap and it has been my favorite ever since! This is a good use for candy canes!

    Recipe #49615

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