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    515 Reviews |  By Tish

    This copycat recipe is as good as the original! I originally got this from a recipe adapted from Todd Wilbur's on (and modified it again until I thought I had it right) www.TopSecretRecipes.com

    Recipe #66121

    This is some lasagna! Rich, with Gouda, Cheddar, cream cheese, and Mozzarella, you won't be disappointed! Posted in response to a request for a good Italian lasagna! You may leave out the meat for vegetarian!

    Recipe #50844

    Most people who taste this are surprised it contains 3 pounds of zucchini. This was Mom's most popular recipe EVER. The title is my idea. Mom called it Zucchini Casserole. Boring, yes, but it gets right to the point. Mom made this as long as I can remember, and we took it everywhere: potlucks, family reunions, picnics. There were NEVER any leftovers. Mom had quite a collection of zucchini recipes. She needed them. Dad planted zucchini annually - lots of plants in case some died out before maturing. None of them died. Ever. We weren't quite up to our ears in them, but they were just about up to our bellybuttons. We never tried to sell them - they were hard enough to GIVE away. Folks would look at us and say, "But what do I DO with it?" Mom had an idea. We could con folks into taking some squash by providing recipes. Guess who got the typing job? Me - the one who typed at 15 words per minute. Being my first major typing job, it was a bit sloppy, and I left out the part of this recipe that says, "cover with water, add salt & pepper to taste and boil just until tender" Ooops. Most experienced cooks would figure out the squash must be boiled first, because it says to drain and mash it. Our neighbor, Ellen, however, didn't cook from scratch too much. And when she did, she followed recipes exactly. After making this, she asked Mom why the squash was so hard after she baked it. She had tasted Mom's casserole, and wanted to try it herself. Fortunately, Ellen's the type who could laugh at herself, so she didn't mind when we just about fell over, roaring with laughter. Well, it was funny at the time. Do be sure to file this one away for that approaching day, when you answer your doorbell and find nothing there, but a lone sack of zucchini. Because now you know what do to with it.

    Recipe #28851

    This is the actual Macaroni Grill recipe for Carmela's Chicken Rigatoni. At home, I use a combination of olive oil (2 T) and butter (4T) instead of butter flavored oil (less overall as well). In addition, I use Kittencal's recipe for caramelized onions http://www.food.com/recipe/kittencals-caramelized-onions-89007.

    Recipe #226968

    Oh Boy, is this one good! It's a simple, but very authentic Louisiana jambalaya recipe given to me by a friend who grew up in New Orleans! Nice and spicy!

    Recipe #98137

    Southern Living

    Recipe #25558

    This dish is the ultimate comfort food for me. And the sauce is a little on the lighter side because you may choose to use very little butter or heavy cream. I use skim milk, and find that I don't miss the cream at all. Feel free to experiment with different vegetables layered in this as well. Asparagus and/or artichoke hearts make nice substitutions. For the ravioli, try and find a "family size" package (24-28 oz), or you may use two smaller packages.

    Recipe #73204

    This is true southern cuisine, the flavors in this recipe are a little more complex than the basic chicken fried steak. Not being a real Texan I don't like mine with gravy, but it would be blasphemy not to post the gravy recipe as well. This recipe also works well for venison (first soak meat in milk to remove the gamey taste). Makes excellent sandwiches the next day (serve leftovers on texas toast). Storing this recipe on Zaar cause I couldn't find it last time I had a craving!

    Recipe #124909

    This is my SIL's recipe. We think it is yummy. Rich and cheesy.

    Recipe #32898

    This is another recipe I made a lot before The-Girl-Who-Hates-Vegetables joined us. One of our favotite summer dinners with a nice hunk of bread. I also added some tomato paste to this to reduce the acidity. Came from We're Cooking Now - an old cooking show circa 1985.

    Recipe #52491

    No need to order in chow mein when you can make it yourself, this is just as good if not even better than any Chinese restaurant or take-out -- if you prefer more flavor then add in more soy sauce --- if desired after the pork is finished browning you may add in fresh minced garlic and stir for 2 minutes, this is only optional --- you will love this!

    Recipe #79774

    40 Reviews |  By Derf

    Best ever, lots of clams!! lots of flavor! Recipe can be cut in half. If you would like to make this chowder really special, I have made it adding clams in the shell and mussels in the shell, with pealed prawns added at the very end, did this for Christmas Eve, served with cranberry scones, Delicious!

    Recipe #14134

    In this recipe the noodles cook in the same pot as the sauce, making it easy and quick.

    Recipe #24072

    39 Reviews |  By yooper

    Full of flavor, this pierogi-layered casserole is nothing short of rich and hearty. It's a wonderful change from the usual humdrum casserole. Taken from allrecipes.com submitted by Seanna Chauvet.

    Recipe #47419

    Rebecca posted this on the web. I ate this the other night and I LOVED IT! It was awesome. Try it. The recipe is very similar to a chicken dish served at a local well-known restaurant.

    Recipe #59120

    Recipe #26350

    59 Reviews |  By Nane

    I found this recipe on a low-carb site, (DH is doing a low-carb diet). I modified it some and DH says the name is very appropriate. He craves this so I end up making it once or twice a week. Good thing it is easy!

    Recipe #69990

    59 Reviews |  By PanNan

    This is a great way to use leftover cooked turkey or chicken. It's also an easy one dish casserole that everyone in the family enjoys. The recipe started life as a Cooking Light recipe in a recent issue. I made modifications to suit our taste.

    Recipe #57505

    Easy and affordable meal I used to make as a kid. My family loved it.

    Recipe #47335

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