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    Calorie bombs, cheats, treats, and some good stuff too...for DH.
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    This is the best chili recipe I have ever tried. I'm not sure where the recipe originated, but it is amazing! Sometimes, I don't bother adding all four cans of the kidney beans and it still turns out wonderful. Once anyone tastes this chili, they will be begging for the recipe!! Enjoy!

    Recipe #73166

    From Family Circle, Feb 2011. I added red wine to stretch the sauce and enhance flavor.

    Recipe #449776

    Sizzling shrimp fajitas are a favorite of my family's. I prefer flour tortillas, husband likes corn. Use whatever suits you.

    Recipe #89933

    I've been growing swiss chard lately, and it is abundant. I've been going through a bunch of recipes with it, and just love the stuff. This is a modification of my other swiss chard and salmon recipe, using canned salmon. if you're a vegetarian, by all means omit the salmon. It is still delicious. If you are a vegetarian this is a pretty cheap meal. It can of course be dressed up with fresh salmon for guests too.

    Recipe #427918

    2 Reviews |  By Emren

    quick and tasty freezer enchiladas

    Recipe #337272

    3 Reviews |  By Emren

    These burritos can satisfy the pickiest eater. Very versatile! Can be frozen and reheated assembled or unassembled.

    Recipe #337162

    Adapted from Taste of Home "One Pan Recipes" publication, 2010. I don't know why they call it that, this recipe takes a baking dish, a saucepan, and a frying pan! Anyways, husband said, "Best chicken of all time," so doing the dishes was well worth it.

    Recipe #446148

    No "cream of" soups. Adapted from Taste of Home "One Pan Recipes" publication, 2010.

    Recipe #445272

    Adapted from Taste of Home "One Pan Recipes" publication, 2010.

    Recipe #445238

    Adapted from a recipe by Lori Bergquist, published in Taste of Home's Light & Tasty December/January 2004. My secret addition is the bourbon. Dad and husband went crazy, say I'm a serious chef now, LOL! Be sure to use a true and quality slow cooker to make a tender roast.

    Recipe #445006

    No "cream of" soups. Adapted from Taste of Home "One Pan Recipes" publication, 2010. Option for a make ahead as well.

    Recipe #444769

    Easiest pot roast ever!! If your a beginner in the kitchen (or not) this is the pot roast recipe for you ;-)

    Recipe #11760

    This old favorite is even better comfort food with the extra-creamy sauce. I've developed it over the years by tweaking old recipes I'd found. Everyone loves it.

    Recipe #352268

    5 Reviews |  By Sue Lau

    Rich and flavorful with shrimp and scallops. Served with rice. This dish will wow your guests when you entertain. From Southern Living.

    Recipe #77370

    Canned salmon gets this meal on the table in about half an hour. Recipe is from Pillsbury.

    Recipe #443747

    Recipe #443822

    You can add jalapeños, hot sauce or green chilies to this to add a real kick! **edited on October 24 to add instructions for Once a Month Cooking. I usually make these during a cooking blitz and freeze until I need them**

    Recipe #57772

    1 Reviews |  By Nasseh

    Spend less time making lasagna by using this recipe. I trim the corners of the noodles with cooking shears so they will fit better in my oval crock-pot.

    Recipe #387484

    This recipe was in a local paper some years ago. It came from Roy Romanow, the then premier of Saskatchewan. I don't make it often, but every time I do, we always say I should do it more frequently.

    Recipe #100265

    A great recipe from the "Barnwell Cookbook." I make this often, and it can be made ahead, and then just put in the fridge until you are ready to cook it. I often make it the night before, and let it sit in the fridge. A real keeper, and Canadian Favourite!

    Recipe #36086

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