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    My best friend gave me this recipe. I've added some of my own twists to this. Like the garlic, shallots, and sundried tomatoes. =) I've even used jalapenos.

    Recipe #486476

    Comfort food for a snowy night.

    Recipe #471699

    I came up with this one night while my DH was out of town. You can add fresh basil along with the spinach.

    Recipe #458936

    I've been trying to come up with different ways to eat healthier and lighter. I came up with this recipe one night and my husband actually went back for more.

    Recipe #453341

    Made this soup the other night. I didn't use any milk or cream and actually turned out to be a light and creamy soup.

    Recipe #447392

    This is soup that I love to make in the winter. I'm always tweaking it and it never comes out the same way twice. So far this has turned out to be my favorite.

    Recipe #447281

    I found this in Cooking Light several years ago. I tweaked it a bit to my own taste. A simple slow cooking marinara sauce. Makes enough to freeze and can be used in many different recipes and not just as a spaghetti sauce. Makes a great sauce for pizza. Pull a container out of the freezer, heat, pour over pasta and you have a quick and easy meal.

    Recipe #443364

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