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    This recipe is from Paula Deen. I made it to go with a simple beef tenderloin and it was a perfect accompaniment. Even if you aren't a HUGE tomato fan, do sprinkle a few on. The combination of all of these ingredients is what makes this such a successful yet simple dish.

    Recipe #506707

    This is an old recipe I've had in my to-try file for about a decade. It was so delicious and flavorful and came together fairly simply. Will make this a part of my lineup!

    Recipe #506599

    This my family's favorite meatloaf recipe, of all time! What makes this taste so good is a combination of beef, veal and pork-- pricier, but it doesn't taste like a giant hamburger! Fresh marjoram and spices, hot sauce and herbs, and a fantastic glaze makes this so good-- you really don't need gravy. I also share a glazed carrots that makes this a "Retro Blue Plate Special". (source is foodiewife.kitchen.blogspot.com)

    Recipe #506075

    I got this recipe off of the Food Network site, from Paula Deen. Rich, creamy and so full of flavor. Bacon and cheese, no brainer, right?

    Recipe #505722

    My high school friend Jonna Sasser Owens gave me this recipe and then I added a few tweaks. This stuff is so good served over brie, or on chicken.

    Recipe #505332

    This Salisbury steak is so tender when cooked this way. I love the flavor searing the steaks gives, and the gravy is delicious over mashed potatoes.

    Recipe #504139

    This was so flavorful, everyone loved the juicy rice! The shrimp was an added bonus, the rice was the star!

    Recipe #503211

    Recipe #501735

    Tip - This recipe is even better when made with fresh herbs. Instead of 1 tsp each of dried thyme, sage and rosemary, use 1 tbsp each of fresh chopped herbs. Recipe from Food Network Kitchens Cookbook.

    Recipe #499809

    One of my college roomies gave me this recipe a long time ago and it remains a favorite. Now, 20 years later (gasp!) my children love it, too.

    Recipe #498456

    Simple and comforting.

    Recipe #498415

    This won't win any awards, but for a busy mom on a weeknight, this is amazing!

    Recipe #497485

    Easy and perfect for fix and sit for a while. Serve with white rice to sop up the amazing gravy.

    Recipe #497481

    I made this for dinner tonight and it was so delicious. Creamy and not too thick, and tons of flavor. Recipe from Key Ingredient.

    Recipe #497476

    An old recipe for a basic dish.

    Recipe #497211

    Long lost recipe, rediscovered!

    Recipe #497093

    My aunt's simple but flavor-packed chicken salad. I serve it on croissants with a smidge of lettuce. Perfect.

    Recipe #497069

    I love any French Onion soup, and this one is a good one. From Cooking Channel's Kelsey Nixon.

    Recipe #496071

    Simple as heck to pull together and so good! Best chicken tacos I've had in a while.

    Recipe #495416

    This pound cake is delicious, yet not too terribly sweet. It forms a nice light crust on top. It would be perfect served with mascerated strawberries. Source: Southern Living Magazine

    Recipe #495040

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