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    This has been a long-time family favorite and richly deserves to be its own food group! My daughter inherited the cheese-lover gene and at age 3 dubbed this dip "Grandma's Cheeseball Cream" much to our delight. :-) I have seen a few incarnations of this dip, but the added cheese flavors and seasonings are what make this one stand out. This is a large recipe for a large family. Don't be afraid to halve it, but you might be sorry you did when it's gone! ;-)

    Recipe #216345

    Adapted from Kittencal's "Crispy Oven-Fried Cod Fish" #155754, this outstanding fish dish will become a fast favorite in your house, too. Even my pickiest eaters were coming back for 2nds, 3rds, 4ths... :-)

    Recipe #216328

    I have been a long-time disliker of sweet potatoes. David (being Southern) loves them. However, all that butter and sugar aren't overly conducive to a heart-healthy diet. Then, my MIL saved the day with this recipe. She showed me how to prepare this naturally heart-healthy veggie so that they would candy themselves. Incredible! I just had to try them on her last visit, and they were just to die for--or live for! Fat-free, sugar-free, and GUILT-free; and they couldn't be any easier to make! I can't wait to see if y'all like them as much as our family does.

    Recipe #215747

    Being a Midwesterner born and bred, I (Heather) have had more than my fair share of meatloaf. As a child, I ordered open-faced meatloaf sandwiches every single time I went to my grandparents' diner. My grandpa said it was going to come out of my ears! :-) This recipe from Food & Wine magazine (Feb 1989, p. 131-132)is by far my favorite. The flavors are well balanced, and the oats redeem this fat-laden dish with a whole grain.

    Recipe #215513

    This virtually fat-free broth has been a staple in our home for years because of my allergies and David's heart. It freezes very well and is great to have on hand. We like to use it in other recipes as a substitute for butter to reduce the fat content and for water to kick up the flavor. It's also wonderful as a home remedy when loved ones get sick. Because I can't use OTC medications, I add a dash of cayenne whenever I have congestion or a head cold. The "bonus chicken" comes from picking the meat from the bones. It comes out very tender and juicy, falls right off the bones, and is ready to add to any dish. I also make sandwiches out of it or freeze it for later use. It takes a little extra effort with the second boil, but it's well worth it. Enjoy! *Adapted from Emeril Lagasse's Louisian Real & Rustic Chicken Broth, p. 11. BAM!:)

    Recipe #215503

    David made these for Father's Day one year, and it has been a family favorite ever since! Nonfat yogurt, oven-baking, and hot sauce makes them a delicious and healthful treat. Don't be scared off by the quantity of hot sauce as the yogurt thoroughly tames the spice. Please note that removing the chicken fat and using nonfat yogurt makes this dish virtually fat-free. (For maximum safety, David HIGHLY recommends his triple-washing method.) Prep time does not include chilling time.

    Recipe #215114

    This super-foods-packed soup helps the body recuperate and satisfies the soul. David makes this for me after the flu, a nasty migraine, or even just a tough day. Great on blustery days, too!

    Recipe #214767

    This hearty, spicy salad is as colorful as it is flavorful! It makes a wonderful main dish or side dish. It's well balanced with beans, pasta, and lots of veggies. This salad travels well and is a hit in my kids' lunchboxes. It takes some time to make but is well worth the effort. By far my favorite pasta salad and very yummy!!

    Recipe #214760

    Extra veggies make this dish a hit with kids and parents alike! It helped my picky eaters learn to like more veggies. This is a low-maintenance dish, quick & easy, especially if you prep the chicken or even the whole casserole the night before. I also like to make this with Thanksgiving leftovers, but it's good any time of year you have leftover poultry. I also improve the nutritional value by using low-fat, low-sodium, and whole-grain products whenever possible or by substituting homemade ingredients.

    Recipe #214750

    While many incarnations exist, I have tailored my recipe to meet my dietary needs (food allergies/migraines). This dip uses lower fat and natural ingredients and is vegetarian-friendly, too. Feel free to modify to suit your tastes. That's what cooking (or in this case layering) is all about!

    Recipe #214711

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