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    This is a quick summer meal that is low fat but big on flavor. Eat these clams alone with crusty bread or make linguini and top it with the clams and sauce! All you need are some simple kitchen pantry items, a cooking tin, foil and a grill to make a very impressive meal in just minutes.

    Recipe #482098

    This is a summer favorite in our house. It is sweet and creamy and even this large pot doesn't last long!

    Recipe #482068

    This is an amazing marinade for any kind of meat. Enjoy!

    Recipe #446751

    Skillet pork chops with onions, peppers, mushrooms and a fire roasted tomato sauce over white rice...can you say "YUMMY"! This is a quick and easy meal that tastes like you spent hours making it when you really just added everything to one skillet and let it simmer.

    Recipe #446366

    This is a beautiful, colorful salad that will definitely impress your guests. I present it in a large clear bowl so you can see all the vibrant colors of the vegetables. It looks wonderful on the dinner table.

    Recipe #446220

    These burgers have all the great taste of buffalo chicken wings without the clean up. Grill them outside at your next BBQ and everyone will be asking for more!

    Recipe #434542

    If you love GARLIC these are for you, they pack a punch but man is it good! I had these at a hot wing bar and they were the most delicious wings I had ever had. The problem was trying to recreate them. I still haven't been able to make them exactly the same way but these are pretty close. If you are looking for something a little different than the traditional hot wings make a batch of these and I bet you they will go just as quickly!

    Recipe #168056

    These are the BOMB!!!! They take forever to make and it is a lengthy, messy process but let me tell you...it is well worth the time spent when these fluffy little cakes just melt in yur mouth. My husband is not a seafood fan but he humored me and tried one and now this is a must have in our house!

    Recipe #159806

    Growing up my husband and his siblings didn't like tomato sauce so my mother-in-law had to modify her meatloaf recipe to get them to eat it...it's actually pretty darn good!

    Recipe #159803

    My husband's 100% polish Bachi made these for him all the time when he was growing up and every now and again he gets to craving them so I pull out her recipe and whip up a batch...they are never exactly the same as Bachi used to make...but pretty good all the same!

    Recipe #159798

    This is great comfort food and so easy to make! I serve it over white rice with warm crusty bread on the side. Enjoy!

    Recipe #144858

    This is one of my favorite recipes to make for friends when we have them over for dinner. Italian is casual, simple to make and inexpensive. Start this early in the day, let it simmer for a few hours and right before the guests arrive, boil your pasta, toast the garlic bread and toss up a Caesar salad...nothing else could be so simple. This recipe makes a full 6 quarts so it will feed an army. It freezes very well so I package the leftovers in containers for simple and delicious weekday meals.

    Recipe #108340

    I use bacon to cover my turkey while cooking to form a seal on the bird and keep it moist inside. The bacon drippings soak into the stuffing as it cooks giving it a fabulous flavor! BUT...the true trick is to cook the bird breast side down...yes you heard right...BREAST SIDE DOWN! Who made up the silly rule that the breast should be up anyways? I "accidently" cooked it this way 3 years ago and it was the juiciest turkey we had ever had, because the breast cooked in the juices all day it didn't dry out at all! Try it...I guarantee you'll love it!

    Recipe #104707

    I make this stew on cold days or when someone just isn't feeling well. It's a fabulous comfort food that smells great all day and helps chase the sniffles away...and it's easy too...the worste part is cleaning the meat off the chicken but don't use boneless, skinless because it just won't be the same! There's definately something in the bones that gives the stew it's rich home cooked flavor.

    Recipe #104179

    I found this recipe in a free Stop and Shop Publication. It sounded good and it was...I've changed a few things over the years but not too much, just enough to make it easier to make. I hope you enjoy it on a cold winter day just as much as we do! It is wonderful in a crusty bread bowl or with buttered biscuits(my hubbies favorite of course)!

    Recipe #103790

    When I make my chili (Recipe #99698) it makes an awful lot, so I try to come up with different things to do with the leftovers. I got to thinking that this may actually be good--give it a try. Kids LOVE it!

    Recipe #103576

    I found an all meat chili recipe online a couple yeas ago because my family loves the taste of chili minus the beans, however it was a lengthy recipe with many odd ingredients and although it was wonderful it took way too much effort to make. I used that recipe as my base and tweaked it using more easily available items and took out a lot of the unnecessary steps. It makes almost 10 lbs in a 6 QT stock pot but it is always gone before the week is out. After we eat it as chili we use the leftovers for chili dogs and nacho snacks...I have 4 children and they love when I make a nacho bar with all the fixins and they can make their own personal nacho platter with all the things they like on top. Hubby loves it too of course!I hope you enjoy it as much as we do.

    Recipe #99698

    I put a spin on good old fashioned meatloaf with ketsup by using BBQ sauce and Lipton Onion Soup mix...mmmm...beefy, juicy and delicous! The fam loved it!

    Recipe #97781


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