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    This is a hearty soup recipe that my brother in law introduced me to. It is very easy and I don't think I have met a person who does not like it. It is great served with some crusty bread or some piping hot corn bread.

    Recipe #243045

    This is a great little appetizer recipe that my friend, Chris, gave me. She made them for a church function and many people left with the recipe. A serving platter of these and bruschetta would look very pretty together. The original recipe called for 36 slices of snack rye bread instead of the baguette bread. The prep. time does not include time to allow the zucchini to soak.

    Recipe #382062

    This is my version of red beans and rice. After searching through several and combining parts of many, this is what I came up with. It is probably not a traditional version. (I'm from Oklahoma, not Louisiana :) ), However, ever time I have taken this someplace, the dish comes back empty and several people ask for the recipe. I will often make early and then put it in a crockpot on low. It becomes very creamy when made this way. I usually sautee the veggies in a sprayed, non-stick skillet, but you can use 2-4 tablespoons of butter instead. This recipe doubles nicely.

    Recipe #353050

    This is real comfort food. People will think that you made it from scratch. We like it for a fast meal, for pot-luck dinners, for chilly nights, etc. You can use boned chicken, but for a truly dump and cook meal, use the canned chicken meat. You will love it. I posted this recipe on another site and it has received only five star ratings.

    Recipe #33884

    This is a simple, yet different breakfast recipe. It can be modified easily by using different cheeses and meats. You can also double the recipe and make on a sheet pan. I posted this recipe on another site where it received rave reviews

    Recipe #33855

    This recipe is a result of my search for the perfect tetrazzini. It is a compilation and adaptation of several recipes. It is one of my most requested recipes. It makes a 9x13 pan completely full, so is great for entertaining company. It is very easy to put together and can be assembled early and then baked at serving time. Fix a nice green salad and some garlic bread and your meal is ready.

    Recipe #243050

    This is a very yummy, sweet party mix that gets a lot of requests. I usually make two batches during the Christmas season and one during Easter and sometimes throughout the year "just for the fun of it." If it has been a while since I have taken some to work, they start reminding me it is time to make another batch. It is very addicting. This makes a huge batch. You can cut it in half, but why? I have a large (28 quart) storage container that I make it in and store it in. You can use different colored M&M's for the different seasons, or use team colors for a football party or tailgate snack.

    Recipe #274978

    This recipe was given to me by a friend and I tweaked it to fit out family's taste. It is very mild, but can be easily spiced up. It freezes well and it can be made in advance and cooked just before serving. It takes two casserole pans to cook it, so I often make one pan for our family and one to give away. This is a very easy recipe to put together. I hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #240467

    This bread recipe was from my husband's grandmother. It is so simple to make and always comes out great. The original recipe did not have the vanilla in it, but I always add it. If I have bananas that are ripe, but I am not ready to make the bread, I just plop them in the freezer, peel and all. No need to put in a bag. They will turn black, but the insides will remain good and will be perfect for the bread. Just remove from the freezer, peel and add to the mixture.

    Recipe #243067

    This is a spicy snack mix that I crave from time to time. You can adjust the heat to your own tastes. Make sure to have plenty of cool beverages to go along with this tasty treat.

    Recipe #353089

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