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    This is such an easy recipe. I usually throw it in the crock pot but I have made it in the oven as well. I serve it on noodles that I've boiled on the stove in the leftover "sauce". It's a good variation when you're sick of having a basic roast with gravy and mashed potatoes. I hope you like it!

    Recipe #272294

    2 Reviews |  By Covelli

    Ok...after searching high and low, I've finally found a recipe that's similar to a casserole dish from one of my fav. eateries in St. Augustine, FL! It's a little diff., but just as tasty. I think their dish had a lot more butter in it. I pass this on with love and the hopes that you will take it to all of your potluck get togethers. I hope you like it, I hope you LOVE IT!:)

    Recipe #248307

    Ok, ok...I know this sounds completely strange, but these little guys are really good. This is a recipe from my m-i-l. It's something that she makes for her church. Give it a whirl if you're bored. I serve it with a side of bacon lentils (oh yes, even lentils are great as long as there's some bacon in it!) I'll post that recipe later on.

    Recipe #248306

    1 Reviews |  By Covelli

    This is an old recipe from my m-i-l. It's really good. I serve it with homemade smashed potatos with the skin on:) I had trouble with the salt orig. so I had to tinker with the recipe (it was super salty for my tastes). So...salt to your hearts content to make it the way you like it:)

    Recipe #248288

    2 Reviews |  By Covelli

    I came across this on the Food Network. I was on a quest to do something with a bag of lentils a neighbor gave me. I didn't know what they were and didn't know how to prepare them. I lightened up the orig. recipe that called for bacon slices and use bouillion instead of stock to fit my own needs. This is an excellent recipe. You must try these!

    Recipe #248287

    2 Reviews |  By Covelli

    I thought this was my mother in law's personal recipe until I realized it was actually from Rachel Ray's 30 Minute Meal show! It's excellent! My 2 year old will even eat it! You must try it! This is a great side when you are trying to impress a guest too.

    Recipe #242141

    2 Reviews |  By Covelli

    I usually throw this mixture in the pan with whatever else I'm baking (like a meatloaf or a roast). It's really easy and great when I'm low on time to make another starchy side.

    Recipe #242140

    This is my take on a very old Betty Crocker recipe. My mom had an old cookbook from the 50's that she used to love. I changed around the ingredients quite a bit, but I use some of the original. seasoning. The original recipe used ground beef, ground pork, and veal. I skip the hassle though and use a leaner beef. I hope you like it!

    Recipe #242120

    2 Reviews |  By Covelli

    I'm usually not into things of this sort, but one of my coworkers brought this in and I couldn't get enough of them! It's too easy and for that it's almost embarrassing to post it. But, this is for someone who wants something easy!

    Recipe #240850

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