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    Easy, non-alcoholic apple cider.

    Recipe #488869

    From womansday.com. When it comes to cooking with wine, there’s one rule to follow: Only cook with something you’d drink. And there's no need to break the bank for this recipe—you can opt for an inexpensive white wine to simmer the sautéed new potatoes and chicken breasts in.

    Recipe #476859

    Stolen from a blogger.

    Recipe #435618

    Recipe #435616

    From www.joyinmykitchen.blogspot.com.

    Recipe #435609

    Recipe #435606

    I love this on a bun with a little vinegar slaw and a touch of extra sauce. Use any cheap cut of pork if you wish. The slow cooking will make it tender. Use your favorite cola and bbq sauce.

    Recipe #435604

    Recipe #435603

    I have cooked this FOREVER. Everyone has a go-to recipe for nights when they get home late from work, kids have practice or a ton of homework, or whatever else throws a wrench in dinner plans. This is mine. I can throw it together in the blink of an eye. I could give my husband directions on how to make it over the phone, from memory. It doubles and triples well. It can be frozen. If I froze this, I would just make a big batch of the sauce and freeze it, and boil fresh noodles when the time came to eat this from your freezer stash. I like this with garlic toast and a nice salad.

    Recipe #435601

    Stolen from a blogger, who originally got the recipe from Pioneer Woman.

    Recipe #435600

    Stolen from a blogger.

    Recipe #435580

    Recipe #435578

    Stolen from a blog.

    Recipe #435577

    Recipe stolen from someone else's blog.

    Recipe #435576

    Stolen from a blogger.

    Recipe #435575

    Stolen from a blogger.

    Recipe #435489

    From the Worthingham Family. Stolen from a blogger.

    Recipe #435485

    Stolen from a blogger.

    Recipe #435478

    Stolen from a blogger. (originally from Foodnetwork.com)

    Recipe #435455

    "The wonderful, complementary flavors of zucchini, onions and garlic are brought together with spaghetti sauce and mozzarella cheese in this bubbly, baked creation." Stolen from someone's blog.

    Recipe #435451

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