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    One of the best things I loved about my job was the sharing of delicious treats at our potlucks - one Christmas potluck this fudge was arrived and I was lucky enough to grab some before it was all gone...I threw out all of my other fudge recipes because this one couldn't be simpler and tastes the best of all. My husband doesn't like nuts in his fudge so I leave it out and it's still delicious.

    Recipe #404180

    I wanted to make something special out of my left-over pork roast and improvised on a Jambalaya recipe I had used from a Simple and Delicious magazine - the family loved the results. This is not a spicy dish as I had toddlers eating it too but it could very easily be spiced up.

    Recipe #410797

    This is an easy to prepare, tasty dish using simple ingredients...my family loves it! If you can't find the hash browns with onions already in with the potatoes, just saute 1/3 cup chopped onion and add that to the mix before baking. While I use a 4 cheese blend, cheddar cheese alone would be fine also...the cooked cheese makes a delicious crust in the casserole. Frozen hash browns would work too just thaw them before adding to the mix. Perfect for a brunch, we also love it for supper too!

    Recipe #394645


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