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    I got this recipe from a friend...The caramel sauce is so good you'll want to lick your plate!

    Recipe #476335

    I've seen lots of squash casseroles, but none quite like this one. The secret is all in the cheese! This is very rich tasting and so hearty my vegetarian daughter happily eats it as a main course!

    Recipe #476231

    Give your stewed apples a bit of extra nutty flavor with the addition of butternut squash!

    Recipe #466869

    A cross between a stew and a roast! I came up with this one evening trying to clean out the fridge;feel free to substitute any veggies you have lying around!

    Recipe #466188

    This is from Chelsea's Village Tea Room in Biltmore, NC. I am not a huge quiche lover, but this recipe is amazing. You can use nearly anything for the filling and it comes out wonderful. I usually use a combination of veggies, but you can also use ham, bacon or even shrimp. The restaurant serves it with apple chutney on top, which is delicious, but it's good without as well!

    Recipe #358874

    One of my many aunts passed this simple recipe along to me years ago and it's now a family favorite. Its incredibly easy to make. I usually use more cheese than the recipe calls for. I also usually brown the ground beef with a little garlic.

    Recipe #350253


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