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    This recipe was given to me by a friend and I just love it. Good comfort food! The first time I made this, I followed the directions exactly and baked my potatoes for about 1 1/2 hours at 500 degrees. I passed the recipe on to my mom, who just boiled her potatoes and she said it turned out perfectly, so by all means, make things easier on yourself. Just thought I'd post orginal directions as they were given to me. I used an immersion blender to make the soup creamy, but still left a few small chunks of potato to add texture. Add liquid as needed. Yummy! This makes a huge amount, so feel free to half the recipe.

    Recipe #394288

    I just kind of made this recipe up as I went, but it's yummy.

    Recipe #114537

    This recipe comes from my family's cookbook, and I think was submitted by my aunt. The slow cooking is what gives the sauce its great flavor, but don't add too much spaghetti to the sauce or you won't be able to taste it. You could also just dish the sauce onto the spaghetti, instead of combing them. This is a great dish to make when you need to feed a lot of people, because it makes a ton of food. Don't forget to take out the bay leaves!

    Recipe #114248

    This recipe comes from my mother, and I think she found it in a newspaper. It's a big hit at the holidays. My mom always makes it for Thanksgiving and Christmas dinner for our family, and whenever we spend the Holidays with my husband's family, they always request that I make it. We joke that it's sweet enough to have for dessert. Yum! (Prep time does not include time to boil and mash sweet potatoes)

    Recipe #114164

    One night I was craving chocolate cake, but we didn't have a mix and I didn't feel like going to the store. I looked on the back of a box of Hershey's Cocoa and found this recipe. It is just a basic chocolate cake with chocolate frosting, but it is DIVINE. My husband and I both LOVE it and think it is the best cake ever. I will never make chocolate cake from a box again.

    Recipe #113914

    I came up with this recipe so that I could make carrots with roast. I cook my roast in the crock pot, but don't like to cook my veggies with it, as they soak up all of the juice and end up with a terrible flavor. So I kind of came up with my own recipe, and it works great. Now I use this recipe any time I want to have carrots as a side dish with dinner. It goes well with lots of meat dishes, and it's easy to make. If you don't want to mess with peeling and chopping carrots, use baby carrots. I use the same recipe with potatoes, but they don't need to cook as long. If you are making this with roast or any other meat that has made its own broth, you can use that instead of beef broth from the can. I always eyeball this recipe so the measurements are approximations.

    Recipe #113641

    I LOVE roast! I tried roast in the crock pot several times and had many bad results before I finally found one that worked. This is so easy. I get everything ready the night before, and put it on in the morning. It's great if you work all day, because it's done when you get home. The longer you cook it, the more tender it is!

    Recipe #103580


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