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    This was the first dish I ever made in my crock pot and it was absolutely wonderful. As for where I came up with it, it's all in the imagination. I served this with a combination of roasted fingerling potatoes, carrots, roma tomatoes with fresh rosemary and thyme. I also served this with a achovie based garlic butter spread with the same herbs in that.

    Recipe #414557

    This is a fiberous and healthy soup I make for my boyfriend and I to eat throughout the week when we don't feel like cooking. I'll make it on Sunday and it will last till Thursday. Plus its a great way to clean out your fridge.

    Recipe #390249

    This marinara is a offshoot from the recipe I found in the most recent issue of the "best of the best from florida" cookbook. I love this recipe because this pasta sauce has sustinence. This recipe yeilds about 5 1/2 mason jars of marinara. Great for gifts or to keep in the freezer. NOTE: when using the canned tomatos opt for whole because the diced tomatos have a weird taste because of what is used to hold them together. Also I dont measure the herbs so use them at your discretion.

    Recipe #389887

    A little something I picked up from Everyday Italian. Gotta love Giada.

    Recipe #388270

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