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    Tired of plain pork chops? Try this chop recipe with a ginger jelly glaze and a hearty mushroom and spinach stuffing. From Recipe.com

    Recipe #496480

    Individual lasagna rolls make this dish both fun and easy to eat. Just add crusty Italian bread or bread sticks and you have a meal! From Recipe.com

    Recipe #496445

    This dish is simple to make, but it has flavor special enough for company. From Recipe.com

    Recipe #496352

    Marinate pork chops in an invigorating combo of brown mustard, curry powder, and crushed red pepper up to a day before grilling. Fresh tropical fruit complements the spicy flavors. From Recipe.com

    Recipe #496351

    The honey-mustard sauce can easily be left off, children tend to like chicken better with sauces, however. Also could use thighs in addition to the legs or in place of for the grown-ups. From Recipe.com

    Recipe #496333

    Cheesecake is not for dessert only...pull this savory, make-ahead variety out of the fridge and you've got an exquisite appetizer to satisfy a crowd. From Recipe.com

    Recipe #496089

    One of the most popular Indian dishes in the U.S. and the U.K., chicken tikka masala usually involves several steps including marinating and grilling the chicken before simmering in a curried tomato cream sauce. We’ve simplified it to a one-skillet dish for two and lightened it by increasing the vegetables, omitting the butter and using less cream. Serve with brown basmati rice. From Eatingwell.com

    Recipe #495906

    Just a little twist turns a good recipe into a great one. Lemon and dill are a winning combination in these twice-baked potatoes. From Recipe.com

    Recipe #494217

    Cabbage and kielbasa combine with potatoes in this brothy stew that simmers away in the slow cooker until it's time for dinner, from Recipe.com

    Recipe #492619

    A trio of meats--lamb, Italian sausage, and ham--make this tomato and bean stew filling and satisfying, from Recipe.com

    Recipe #492618

    From Betty's Soul Food Collection... Chili and cornbread partner in a homey one-dish dinner bake.

    Recipe #492248

    Recipe #491119

    A nice sweet salty snack from Diabetic Living

    Recipe #491118

    A different take on stuffed mushrooms. I prepared these for a snack on Thanksgiving - while waiting for the bird and all the fixins to get done. They were a great success and were eaten with gusto, the cream cheese made for a smooth taste. Could substitute sweet Italian sausage for the regular pork sausage, whatever your tastes prefer.

    Recipe #490757

    My MIL's famous banana salad - always asked for whenever she's around.

    Recipe #490280

    Just like the Buckeye candy, however, much easier to prepare.

    Recipe #488365

    A great appetizer or snack - great for tailgating.

    Recipe #488364

    A whole different take on holiday popcorn balls - from cookingchanneltv.com

    Recipe #488017

    A yummy dessert from Rachel Ray. Can use equal amounts of other fruit in place of peaches, i.e., nectarines, plums, apples, blueberries, cherries, etc. You might need to increase the sugar a bit to compensate for the different level of fruit sweetness as compared to peaches.

    Recipe #460966

    A super easy twist on Key Lime Pie - found in Food Network magazine. Great on a hot day. Make sure to purchase a pre-frozen Key Lime Pie for this recipe as not all refrigerated pies freeze well. Cooking time is actually freezer time.

    Recipe #460699

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