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    Bring on the eggs. One Easter tradition at our house usually includes dying the shell of hard boiled eggs, but why not dye the eggs out of their shell this year? It can be done and is a fun way to include deviled eggs, another Easter tradition, on your Easter menu.

    Recipe #498293

    Classic, southern-style deviled eggs with a smoky twist, bacon and smoked paprika. I created this recipe for a friend; her widowed dad loves deviled eggs and she hoped I might have a recipe for them.

    Recipe #471879

    This is a recipe that I learned from my mom. She was Vietnamese, but since her husband (my dad) was an American, she tried to make American dishes as well. Through the years, she would change & improvise. I could never get an exact recipe from her on this. On one of her last trips to NC to visit us, she made this & I made sure to watch very closely. This is a great recipe with a nice green salad & garlic bread!!

    Recipe #381548

    A great alternative to fast-food French fries, my family and friends love these as a snack or hors d'oeuvre. No matter how many I make, it's never enough!

    Recipe #133821

    41 Reviews |  By PanNan

    This recipe is as easy as making a box of macaroni and cheese (almost), and it's a one dish comfort meal. I've been making this as long as I can remember, and don't think I ever had a recipe for it. When I made it this week, I looked to see if it was posted, and I could only find recipes with "cream of whatever" soup or sour cream, and most of them required baking in the oven. This recipe is creamy and delicious from the simple bechamel (white) sauce. This is a flexible recipe, too. I love to use a generous amount of a mixed pepper blend, freshly ground, for seasoning because I don't like bland food. I've also used lemon pepper seasoning, and/or freshly snipped chives and parsley. It's up to you to choose your favorite seasoning or herbs to go nicely with the tuna. Tuna noodle casserole is one of the most popular American casseroles, and is common is any region of the U.S.

    Recipe #106969

    I attended a Boy Scout pot luck with my son several years ago and was introduced to these heavenly potatoes. The Scout leader was kind enough to share. It is a recipe that is hard to mess up but yet is delightful enough to serve at a formal dinner party. We seldom have leftovers and when we do my family fights over who gets to eat them. It is an easy recipe to decrease or increase depending on the needs of your family.

    Recipe #106401

    These snickerdoodle cookies are so delicious, and they have the best texture. They are so fast to put together too! I actually got it from an old recipe that my Great Grandma had clipped out of a newspaper. Grandma always knows best!

    Recipe #97496

    Just a few words before I post my recipe: This is one of the best recipe sites I've found on the web and I've looked at dozens over the past 16 years. When I posted my 1st recipe, Blue Mill Tavern Loosemeat Sandwiches, last March, I never expected the response it got (36 reviews!). It's extremely gratifying to know by just sharing a recipe I've been able to give joy to others. Thanks to all of you who have written me and those who've posted a review. It's heartening to know so many of you are trying new things. I've been cooking all my life-I live to cook and cook to live. I feel like I've found some kindred spirits here. Here's another family favorite via my SIL in northern Minnesota. It's been enjoyed by dozens of hungry eaters at my table. If you're looking for low-fat, low-carb, keep on looking cuz this isn't it. This is sinfully delicious, to be savored, not regretted. Consider yourselves forewarned:-) It goes especially well with BBQ ribs, baked ham, dutch oven chicken and is terrific with fresh fried walleyed pike but you try it with whatever you like. It also makes a large amount so it works well for a family gathering or a holiday meal. This dish will not only really please your husband, it will pass muster with the toughest mother-in-law:-) Bon Appetit!

    Recipe #92043

    Here's a great scalloped potato recipe that's so easy and absolutely delicious. The leftovers are just as good, maybe even better, the next day. This is one of my favorite and most prepared recipes, from my 1971 Florence Junior Welfare League cookbook.

    Recipe #85629

    This recipe appealed to me because it only uses one mixing bowl! The ingredients can be added in any order and there's no need to get out the electric mixer. It's just so easy!! And yummy!

    Recipe #63756

    7 Reviews |  By kmax

    This came from a ladies group that met once a month where everyone brought their favorite dish and worked the afternoon on fund raising projects. It has since become a favorite dish for Sunday dinners, and potlucks at our house.

    Recipe #55529

    This is a great way to cook on busy errand days. The gravy makes itself and the roast literally falls apart, you have to scoop it out with a spoon. You can even place the roast in FROZEN if you want just add a few hours extra time of cooking. It is always perfect and everyone eats it up--never much left over for lunches.

    Recipe #53950

    143 Reviews |  By Dib's

    Here's a Crock-Pot stuffing recipe I found in the Calgary Herald and thought I'd share it. I'm going to use it for Christmas with the vegetable stock for my vegetarian so I will add my comments after Christmas.

    Recipe #49609

    This green bean casserole is a family tradition. My grandmother makes this every Thanksgiving. Absolutely the best! Simple and easy, but the flavor is so good!

    Recipe #47102

    Yummy!!! Goes great with any main course! Enjoy!

    Recipe #41267

    This is an easy to prepare dish that brings out all the flavors of traditional Jambalaya. You will like this one.

    Recipe #33102

    59 Reviews |  By Merlot

    So easy...so delicious! Great use for left over chicken.

    Recipe #31694

    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

    Why compromise the banana flavor? My banana bread is moist and delicious with loads of banana flavor! Ultimate comfort food, and it's WONDERFUL TOASTED!! (Make sure to use bananas with a lot of black on them for the best flavor! The blacker the bananas, the stronger the banana flavor of the bread.)

    Recipe #25885

    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

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