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    This is so easy and very good! I found it somewhere else on the internet.

    Recipe #229131

    Looks easy and tasty. Will be trying soon!

    Recipe #225022

    Another "to try" recipe that I found in a magazine. Looks interesting.

    Recipe #225016

    From Better Homes & Gardens. During cooking, gently shake skillet to prevent carrots from sticking! Very good way to change up carrots.

    Recipe #223403

    I haven't tried this yet, but it looks tasty. Do not use country ham (it is too salty).

    Recipe #213633

    I found this recipe on a package of Sorrento cheese. It looks good, so I am putting it here for safe-keeping, until I can try it.

    Recipe #213286

    So yummy and fairly good for you! Great as a sandwich or on lettuce with crackers.

    Recipe #209784

    These look so simple (and they are!), but they taste soooooo good! They are pretty healthy, too, unless you increase the cheese (which I usually do).

    Recipe #209780

    I found this recipe in an old magazine. I haven't tried it yet.

    Recipe #207945

    I found this in some old magazines. It is good and very easy!

    Recipe #207934

    This is an easy and tasty roast. It turns out very tender. You can adjust all seasoning to your taste--the amounts listed give a very mild flavor, so if you like lots of flavor, you will want to tweak the amounts!

    Recipe #207931

    Very much like the broccoli salad from a local deli.

    Recipe #202132

    This is the best way to eat Spam--and it's easy.

    Recipe #198334

    This was a favorite growing up. I cook mine in a cast iron skillet to give it a crunchy crust.

    Recipe #187898

    Very gooey and very good! Can be messy, so you might want to put cookie sheet under pie while it is in the oven.

    Recipe #187897

    This is so good. Well worth the effort! Cook time does not include chill time.

    Recipe #187893

    Our favorite way to have squash! Good southern comfort food.

    Recipe #187892

    I got these from Ina Garten on FoodNetwork. They are so good cooked on the grill, but could also be broiled. BEWARE: these have plenty of fat--not for the faint of heart!LOL

    Recipe #187890

    The measurements for sugar and sesame oil are the way I found the recipe--they can be adjusted according to your taste. Yummy served with Fried Rice.

    Recipe #187853

    My husband volunteered me to bring potato salad to his family for a cookout, so I looked for a unique recipe--not your run-of-the-mill potato salad. I found this recipe from Paula Deen and we all loved it!

    Recipe #186299

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