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    This is an adaptation of a white chicken chili recipe I read but didn't have the ingredients for. It's become something totally different, and my husband really loves it. Serving number based on a hungry husband. If using dried beans, soak overnight and pre-cook. Best served with warm, crusty bread. Mmmmm...

    Recipe #513219

    I have always disliked baked beans, but I was served and couldn't stop eating these. A few years later I found out it was a recipe from Dinosaur Barbecue, a famous restaurant based in Rochester, NY. I searched the internet for a version of the recipe not using Dinosaur BBQ's "Mutha Sauce," and doubled the amount of Italian sausage to make them really meaty. I cooked this in a cast-iron dutch oven and brought it camping the next day. It was amazing reheated and great with potatoes baked in the fire. It's almost like chili and very filling. NOTE: I'm not sure about the serving amount. This really makes plenty, and everyone ate several big helpings.

    Recipe #480155

    There are a lot of fancy, complicated, and utterly delicious looking recipes for buffalo chicken mac and cheese. I'm from Buffalo- I've always wanted to try them. On my current schedule with my current budget, it's not happening. This is an easy recipe to throw together, using ingredients I have around most of the time. It's cheap, and a huge improvement over simple box mac and cheese.

    Recipe #478572

    I'm a college student living in dorms with very little in the way of money, good cooking equipment, or access to ingredients. Almost everything in this recipe can be substituted for something else. This (and everything else I'll be posting) is really for my own reference and if it helps out other hungry college kids, great. This can be a little salty, but I've found that the other college students I cook for enjoy that. It's a good alternative to ramen and dining hall food, since our dorms have ovens and stove tops. I usually add some fresh hot peppers to this, since I like my food spicy. This recipe isn't likely to be your favorite if you live at home, but for someone on the go or in my situation, it's great because it makes fantastic leftovers.

    Recipe #340246


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