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    Quick and easy way to make corned beef hash. You can substitute left over baked potatoes or diced frozen hash brown patties for cubed hash browns. You can use leftover corned beef (3 cups diced), or Certified Angus Beef deli corned beef.

    Recipe #514354

    For best results use Certified Angus Beef ® brand

    Recipe #514046

    From My Food Advisor, Recipes for Healthy Living.

    Recipe #513060

    I came up with this recipe while contemplating what to do with leftover chicken. It turned out so good, I had to post it to preserve it. I didn't add all of the cooked pasta to the pan so I could preserve some for kids, and because I like a lot of sauce to cover my noodles.

    Recipe #511814

    An attempt to modify a family favorite to improve nutrition and reduce sodium

    Recipe #510680

    I was looking for a Braciole Recipe from Calabria, and was happy when I stumbled across this one. It is a bit ambitious for a week night, but if you use Alton Brown's quick cook method* for Braciole it can be done.

    Recipe #509351

    An adaptation of Kim D's Pizzeria Pizza Sauce, this version has been perfected to match my friends and family's taste. It is better than some of the local owned pizzerias, or so I have been told by friend and family alike! When fresh herbs are available I use them, and do so by tripling the amount shown.

    Recipe #506698

    I discovered Breezermom's Recipe #490169 Recipe #490169, and decided to use it to make home made marinara and it turned out divine. Toss it with 16 oz of rigatoni, 8 oz. fresh mozzarella, and the rest of the 2 oz of fresh basil for the most delicious Caprese Pasta Dish ever! You can puree all or part of the tomatoes for a smoother sauce. The time does not include the 7 hours to oven roast the tomatoes

    Recipe #498295

    I found this recipe on Pinterest and tried it with my family tonight. They loved it, but I must warn you. I don't use canned refried beans, I use In addition, I didn't mix them in because only 1/2 of my family likes them. I layered them into 1/2 the tacos and because I put them on the bottom, those shells ended up a bit soggy. If you choose to separate them like me, I suggest you layer them on top of the meat! Optional Condiments- Lettuce (shredded) Tomato (diced) Salsa Guacamole Sour Cream Olives, sliced

    Recipe #496104

    I found this on Pinterest and am posting it to try.

    Recipe #493489

    One of our favorite inventions from Friday Night Family Pizza Night!

    Recipe #485395

    Adapted from a recipe on Lydia's Kitchen. You can substitute lean ground beef or italian sausage for the turkey if you like.

    Recipe #484967

    This is a Cooking Light Recipe from 2004 and makes a wonderful side dish for grilled main coarses.

    Recipe #484075

    I needed something quick and easy to take to a picnic. The bowl came home empty!

    Recipe #481204

    I found this on the Tommy Bahama Site and am posting to take to a Memorial Day Picnic. Cooking time includes both cooking and cooling times. The original recipe calls for an uncooked pastry crust, but I prefer a graham cracker crust. You can use either.

    Recipe #480127

    I found this on the WebMD website and am posting it to try later this week.

    Recipe #479816

    From Cooking Light. Cooking time is refrigeration time.

    Recipe #479783

    I was inspired by a similar recipe I saw on Pinterest, but needed to make them 24 hours in advance and wanted something that wouldn't dry out. These came out wonderful and were easy to put together. The cream puffs can be found in the freezer section

    Recipe #479462

    I found this recipe on Pinterest and am posting to try this week.

    Recipe #479323

    I found this recipe on Pinterest, and am posting to try for a carry-in. (They turned out delicious! I changed the icing to make it sturdier by adding 8 oz lite cream cheese, an additional 1/2 t. vanilla, an additional 5 T of powdered sugar, and added 1/2 t. almond extract. They held up longer at the cook-out than they would have made with just whipped cream!)

    Recipe #479322

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