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    This soup is flavorful, hearty, filling, rich and satisfying. It is easy to make and if you enjoy tomato soup this is well worth trying. I found this recipe in the Colorado Springs Gazette online, it is courtesy of Zio's Itallian Kitchen. I am posting the original, feel free to modify it to fit your taste.

    Recipe #387529

    This recipe is made with a white sauce, and has lots of garlic in it. I came up with this recipe after making several other creamed spinach recipes that were overcooked, flavorless, and dull. I wanted something bright green, garlicky, and creamy. This is the only creamed spinach dish that my husband will eat now. Feel free to use all butter or all olive oil or substituting cream for the milk depending on your taste. I think this combination is big on flavor and cuts a lot of fat. I have even had success serving this dish to people who claim they do not like spinach. Enjoy!

    Recipe #386491

    This bread is great fresh out of the oven, or toasted. I love it with stew also. It is so hearty and flavorful. I sometimes make a time and a half of the recipe so I can use the entire can of beer. I make this is the oven but I let the bread maker do the work for me. You could certainly do it by hand though. I have never cooked it in the bread maker but I imagine there would not be any problem with doing that. Experiment with different bread shapes, rolls, etc. Prep time reflects time for bread to rise, this will vary on your bread maker, and temperature.

    Recipe #386460

    This dish comes together quickly and it is so yummy. I often serve it during the holidays. I generally use frozen whole kernel corn instead of canned. You can use any kind of crackers for the topping that you like, I usually use a club style cracker. Sometimes I even mix the ingredients in the casserole dish, although that can be messy if you are not careful. I hope you enjoy this recipe, we sure do! *If you are making this dish ahead of time, it can be assembled except for the crushed crackers and set in the refrigerator until ready to cook.

    Recipe #386456

    This recipe is very good. Serve it with chips, on top of fish, or just as a side dish. The heat balances the sweet tartness and the grilling brings out the complexity of the onion, jalapeno, and tomato. I came up with this recipe after not finding one that incorporated all of the flavors that I love. I use a grill basket so I leave everything in large pieces. The recipe calls for fresh pineapple and mango but you can use frozen in a pinch. We love this recipe and hope that you will too.

    Recipe #375302

    This lobster and shrimp bisque is delicious and comes together easily I came up with this recipe after ordering some lobster base but finding that I had no lobster meat on hand.

    Recipe #363033


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