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    This makes a one dish meal, and is very versatile. You can use turkey kielbasa to lower the fat content, or any smoked sausage. For the greens, you can substitute your favorite...use spinach, collard, or turnip greens. This recipe is from the food network magazine.

    Recipe #373264

    35 Reviews |  By Bitsie

    This is a very flavorful soup that is a comfort food for my family. The recipe was given to me by my Portuguese mil over 30 yrs ago. Her mother had passed it on to her. This soup is easily stretched to make more servings. The Chorizo gives the broth a good base for adding another can of beans or more pasta or a little water. Soul warming for a cold night, serve with a warm crusty bread. A great next day soup. Freezes well.

    Recipe #82886

    2 Reviews |  By Annacia

    England's Cheshire Pie, a hearty combination of boneless pork loin and cider-moistened apples in a short-crust pastry dough, is the inspiration for this sausage and apple pastry. Serve this warm, with fruit salad, at breakfast or brunch. Or heat some up for Sunday night supper, where it goes wonderfully well with a plain green salad. This isn't a savory meat pie but has sweetness from the apples and cider.

    Recipe #464010

    It has been pointed out to me, and sufficient proof has been supplied to me, that this is one of Todd Wilbur's Top Secret Recipes. I can only say, if this is representative of his recipes -- I'm in, 'cause this one is spot on! So, credit where credit is due: Recipe created by Todd Wilbur www.TopSecretRecipes.com In Todd's original posted recipes - the Sage sausage posted here was "regular". Living in the UK at the moment, I dearly miss our sausages from back home... Stumbling on this was a lifesaver -- and I will *NEVER* buy breakfast sausages again now! One word of warning..you might want to ask your butcher to add a little bit of fat to the ground pork -- it's generally so lean it ends up being a little dry... even so, beats having a pan of grease after cooking up a few sausages! The maple ones seem kind of runny but they sure taste nice when they are cooked! Also, I have tried them with and without the MSG - and I definitely prefer them with. ** The nutritional information is incorrect - for a rough estimate divide it by 3. **

    Recipe #250325

    This is a Emeril recipe that is such a great comfort food. And SO good (maybe even better) the next day. Most suggest 5 cups of stock is PLENTY !!!! I agree

    Recipe #248219

    From America's Test Kitchen (ATK) Cook's Country magazine. This is designed to take 30 minutes or less with great flavor. Great weeknight meal idea.

    Recipe #384357

    Recipe adapted from Sara Moulton. These burgers are given a Spanish flair by using some yummy condiments: green olives, paprika and piquillo peppers (or roasted red peppers).

    Recipe #483052

    My family loves this recipe. I've brought it to pot lucks and have shared the recipe with many friends. The compliments keep coming. Try it once and you'll be hooked too. It's so simple to make.

    Recipe #299698

    This is a family favourite--my mom's wonderful east coast pork pie recipe, which I have added to over the years. Mom makes hers with a crust made from tea biscuits--I use a flaky pastry crust--both work well. Serve with red pepper jelly or chili sauce on side.

    Recipe #85513

    An exceptional stir-fry. From Gourmet magazine (2001).

    Recipe #80581

    A terrific dish from central africa.

    Recipe #309920

    A good old favourite. Serve with tomato sauce. This recipe makes 18 rolls Definitely not a recipe for those of us who do not eat red meat and are gluten free.

    Recipe #228682

    A simple to make pork chop dish in a crock pot.

    Recipe #236576

    1 Reviews |  By PaulaG

    The combination of chocolate and orange flavors is addicting. This recipe is easy enough for weeknight meals; however, has a beautiful presentation for that special dinner party. This recipe is from the February 1996 edition of Delicious Living.

    Recipe #157830

    I like this recipe because it's so simple to make. It's from Better Homes and Gardens Low-Cost Cooking.

    Recipe #135997

    This is a fair amount of work, especially if you make the meatballs to go with it, but boy is it worth it.

    Recipe #181729

    5 Reviews |  By faith58

    I had this at a friends and this is soooo good, I took her advice and put a few pats of butter on top. Also stir this in your crockpot every hour or so..

    Recipe #149929

    A small list of ingredients, but delicious.

    Recipe #182368

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