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    This is a Lo Cal version of a great Cheesy Brunch Casserole which was a remake Cooking Light did side by side to the original. This version knocks down the caloric intake to somewhere in the low 300's, I believe. I love eating lo cal and am waiting to have 7 other people over for breakfast or brunch to try it out.

    Recipe #376453

    Who doesn't love crockpot recipes! Great for a bachelor or bachelorette.

    Recipe #376408

    Accompany with a linguine side dish and french green beans.

    Recipe #376406

    This is such a Midwestern dish. It reminds me of cold nights and blustery weather and a good bowl of soup to stick to the ribs. My mother has made this forever and it's like a cross between a shepherd's pie, and a fagoli style soup with a little down home twist that has a little "Kitchen Sink" inspiration. No, I didn't have an Aunt Fannie, it's just what we've always called it. Because it's a Midwest dish, it's definitely a taste as you go and jazz up the flavor to your own palate.

    Recipe #376339

    This recipe is SOOO easy. I learned it as a co-ed away from home for the first time and trying to make appetizers and snacks for dorm parties and such. I still make it today, especially when impromptu guests pop in.

    Recipe #376320

    I cannot wait to try this out in the summer! The prep time says 8 hours - 2 days. I'm not sure to go long or short, the first time out. It's seems like a nice spicy summer dish that could be presented ANY way one could think of e.g. on skewers, with a meat dish. I think it's a Cooking Light recipe, it sure reads like one.

    Recipe #376046


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