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    This was a combination of two of my mom's recipes that I ended up making one day when I wanted to use up some stuffing, it turned out pretty good so I thought I would share.

    Recipe #438999

    Very rich chicken casserole to make every now and then for special occasions. It has a longer cook time, but the chicken comes out so tender you don't need a knife to cut it. It is wonderful served over rice, it just sucks up the extra sauce and has such a great flavor. The original recipe from my mother called for cream of mushroom soup, but I do not like mushrooms, so I make it with cream of chicken soup.

    Recipe #396560

    I grew up in an Italian family, and love all the classic Italian foods, but wanted to make a version of the chicken parmesan that wouldn't be quite as unhealthy. Everyone always says how good this is, and it is so easy to make. You don't have to stand over the stove frying away, just pop it in the oven for the same great taste.

    Recipe #396555

    Succotash is generally a mixture of lima beans and corn, but as I was growing up this "soup" is what we called succotash. It is a great healthy recipe that is inexpensive, easy to make, and great to make at the beginning of the week and have for lunch each day. You can make it with fresh or frozen veggies.

    Recipe #396500

    This is an old recipe that I got from my mother, she never made it when I was younger because she doesn't like sweet potatoes. I have made this recipe now quite a few times and it always turns out moist and delicious. The mustard is optional, and I leave that out as my family doesn't like mustard, although I think it still tastes good with it. The sauce at the end is also optional, I have eaten it before without the sauce and it is still wonderful. The sauce adds a little extra touch though, but use it sparingly, or it will really overpower the great taste of the pork.

    Recipe #388695

    If you love peanut butter, apples, and caramel you will love this sandwich. It has a little bit of sweetness as a special treat, but still healthy enough to have for a good lunch.

    Recipe #366549


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