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    This recipe comes from Taste of Home. It's easy to put together and the chicken turns out moist and tender. I added the wine, because, well, I just like wine with chicken!!

    Recipe #100575

    From Chicken Soup for the Soul Cookbook

    Recipe #100378

    I found this tasty recipe on another recipe website and modified it to my taste buds. Hope you like it!

    Recipe #100171

    This a quick, easy dish for two.

    Recipe #99524

    This will liven up your pork chops!

    Recipe #99441

    Chicken, broccoli, and a cheesy gravy. Who can resist it?

    Recipe #99372

    This is a simple recipe clipped from a magazine years ago that has become a favorite.

    Recipe #99135

    This is a very easy recipe given to me years ago by a great friend.

    Recipe #99065

    Here's a great recipe from the inside of a Velveeta box!

    Recipe #98734

    An easy recipe from a Betty Crocker cookbook.

    Recipe #98560

    Sounds hard to believe, but it is possible to put a whole frozen chicken in the crock pot and have dinner in about 7-8 hours. When I buy the chicken, I unwrap it and take the gizzards out and also remove the paper placed under the bird. I also try to purchase a chicken with a pop-up timer. Then I re-wrap the bird and freeze it until I'm ready to cook it. Please keep in mind that I have a new crock pot which seems to be hotter than my old one, so cooking times may vary a bit. The original idea for this recipe came from Taste of Home. This is my modification. Hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #98478

    There's no better way to cool off on a hot summer's day than with a cool drink! This recipe was in this past Sunday's coupon section of the Asbury Park Press. The recipe was provided by Equal sweetener. I modified it to suit my tastes. It tastes great!!

    Recipe #98291


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