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    2 Reviews |  By Sue Lau

    An Ohio classic, you can have your chili in more than one way.

    Recipe #98270

    This was a recipe I was a little nervous trying as I am not a pie maker...What a pleasant surprise- it turned out delicious and was a good stick to your ribs meal on a cool fall day. Update- I tried it this year with the new Pillsbury refrigerated pie crusts, it turned out wonderful, see the photo I took!

    Recipe #45070

    This traditional supper dish of sausages, bacon, onions and potatoes dates back at least as far as the early eighteenth century. It seems to be more of a city dish than a rural one: it was a favourite of Jonathan Swift, author of Gulliver's Travels and dean of Christ Church Cathedral in Dublin. In Dublin itself, coddle retains its reputation as a dish that can be prepared ahead of time and left in a very slow oven while the people who're going to eat it have to be out of the house for a while - making it an excellent dish for very busy people! The name of the dish is probably descended from the older word caudle, derived from a French word meaning "to boil gently, parboil, or stew". The more recent version of the verb, "coddle," is still applied to gently cooked eggs, "Coddled Eggs". Please note, the sausages used should be the best quality 100% pork sausages you can get your hands on! This recipe would also work VERY well if cooked in a crock-pot, reduce the liquid by about half if cooking the coddle this way. Serve with Guinness and Irish soda bread. Although this is an easy to prepare one pot meal and its simplicity belies its amazing taste and flavour - comfort food at its best! Sláinte.

    Recipe #288885

    8 Reviews |  By CeeBee

    I found this recipe online years ago and I've been making it ever since. I make this every year for St. Patrick's Day and get requests for it just about every other day of the year as well. Serve with LOTS of butter.

    Recipe #159569

    Ay Caramba, these are good!

    Recipe #8969

    144 Reviews |  By ciao

    This granola makes a GREAT, filling snack. Good dry or with milk. It is very addictive, but it's good for you, so enjoy!

    Recipe #31235

    A Middle Eastern delight. I don't know how authentic this recipe is but it is my favorite.

    Recipe #101525

    Kids of all ages enjoy this...my DH loves this in the cooler months, and I could eat the whole thing myself, it is that good! Make certain to use a heavy-bottomed saucepan to make this, as it will scorch easily, or it also can be made in the microwave, but you will have to keep taking it out to stir it. You can also use pancake syrup in place of the maple syrup (store-bought or homemade). If you are a Cream of Wheat fan, then this is a recipe you are certain to enjoy!

    Recipe #140199

    Take a trip to India tonight! Adapted from Looneyspoons: Low-Fat Food Made Fun, this flavorful Vegan dish serves 4-6 as a one-pot meal or 6-8 as a side dish.

    Recipe #326579

    OHHHHHHMANNNNN is all I can say about this dish. This is one of my "secret" oft requested recipes and I've decided to share it with you because nothing this good should be kept secret.

    Recipe #249305

    This is a delicious thick creamy rich soup with a lovely yellow colour, perfect for those cool fall and cold winter nights. You can adjust the dill, cayenne and curry to taste and this recipe can easily be doubled.

    Recipe #71141

    I saw Ina make this on her food network television show, the episode was entitled "Weekend Lunch."

    Recipe #277388

    Recipe #23543

    6 Reviews |  By daisy M

    Use your leftover mashed potatoes for making a sumptuous Indian appetizer- samosas.If the mashed potatoes are refrigerated overnight, their consistency is right for this recipe. This can also be used as a side dish for rotis, naans and sandwich fillings. Try this with common mashed potatoes and not ones that use ingredients like basil or chipotle peppers.

    Recipe #114741

    I'm told that this is authentic and that it is kid's food. Regardless, it's yummy!

    Recipe #4608

    This dish is inspired by the Spanish classic Paella and is cooked from raw in the oven. The rice can be a little soft, cooking it this way but it's absolutely delicious and so easy!

    Recipe #228162

    Absolutely delicious meatloaf and sauce! Those who claim they don't believe there can be such a thing as a great meatloaf will love this. Based on a meatloaf given to me by a dear friend, Virginia Strehl, Memphis, and Leesburg, Fla. Nita Holleman, 2000

    Recipe #54257


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