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    I got this recipe from Alton Brown's Good Eats on the Food Network. I initially tried it because I thought it was great way to get my family to eat some veggies. This turned out better than I thought! The first batch I made was gone within an hour and the next day, I was back at the store getting ingredients to make more! I've adjusted the original recipe to add more onions and garlic (personal preference) so adjust the qtys of these to taste. You can also use low-fat cream cheese instead of regular cream cheese. This is a great with any kind of soft breads (challah, focaccia), bagels and even as a dip for vegetables! If you have leftovers, you can store it in an airtight container in the refrigerator for up to a week.

    Recipe #125197

    This is an easy and tasty hashbrown and ham casserole that's perfect for breakfast, brunch or as a sidedish. You can use either shredded frozen hashbrowns or Southern style (diced) hashbrowns. The french fried onions can be substituted with crumbled potato chips.

    Recipe #103792

    This is one dish I look forward to every Thanksgiving. My husband's aunt used to make it every year at my request, but since she gave me the recipe, that job is now mine. She got the recipe from a fellow juror while she was on jury duty, but she doesn't know where it originally came from. My family has this every Thanksgiving, but it's so easy and quick, it makes a perfect dinner sidedish. It goes great with ham, chicken and steak. Be careful of this one - it's quite addicting and not for the diet conscious! It's rich, cheesy, a little spicy and absolutely delicious!! I hope you enjoy this as much as my family does.

    Recipe #103506


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