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    The only other recipes I found for creamed corn using cream cheese required a crockpot. This one is done on the stovetop and can be ready in 10 minutes. (stir in a dash or two of hot sauce for an extra kick)

    Recipe #195422

    Quick, easy, and sounds delicious! From the latest edition of Kraft's What's Cooking magazine. Plan ahead, this needs to freeze. (Cooking time is freezing time.)

    Recipe #195418

    This recipe for a delicious cheesy-herb bread comes from the Winnipeg Free Press. I used the green onion and only half the Tabasco (because the first time I made it was for guests), but will use the full amount next time. I'd also recommend adding more cheese. I used quite finely cubed cheese and I could hardly see or taste it. Delicious nonetheless and what an incredible smell while baking!

    Recipe #194286

    This originally came from one of my aunts years and years ago. My mom and I thought we'd lost it, but hoo-ray, we found it today!! Now we won't ever lose it again! (cook time includes rising time)

    Recipe #194287

    This is another one from TOH magazine and the only broccoli casserole here that uses swiss cheese.

    Recipe #192512

    Another tasty, simple Campbell's Soup recipe. The first time I made this, I cooked the broccoli first and that was definitely a mistake. Though the taste was good, the casserole was just mush. The French fried onions add a nice dimension and texture.

    Recipe #192511

    I haven't tried this yet, but it sounds delicious and seeings as how it comes from TOH, I believe it to be a sure bet! Prep and cooking times don't include cooling periods.

    Recipe #192023

    This one is a grand prize winner from TOH. A great change from your regular meatloaf!

    Recipe #191934

    Another mouth-watering-sounding recipe from TOH. Unlike many of the other 'peaches and cream' pies here, this one doesn't use pudding mix.

    Recipe #191933

    This is very similar to the other recipe posted by this name, but adds a few seasonings. (If using frozen cauliflower, do not boil first. Also, omit milk or it will be too runny.)

    Recipe #191569

    This recipe is pictured on the front of my Company's Coming Vegetables cookbook and it's something I've always wanted to try, but never gotten around to yet. It looks absolutely fabulous -- a 3-in-1 with layers of broccoli, red studded rice, and carrots topped with a rich creamy sauce. Looks very elegant on a platter surrounded by more cooked broccoli florets, carrot chunks, and pearl onions.

    Recipe #191567

    Another favourite Campbell's Soup recipe. For years, I thought this soup was no longer on the market and I was so sad because this is the best meat loaf I've ever tasted. Just for the heck of it, I recently asked my mom to look for it in the big city and guess what? It IS still available, just not out in the boonies where we live! I was so excited. You can bet this will be a regular in our home once again, now that I've seriously stocked up on Golden Mushroom Soup!!!! For a slightly different flavour, substitute 1/4 cup of the water for Burgundy or other dry red wine.

    Recipe #190653

    There's one recipe here that's fairly similar to this one, but the proportions are a little different. These are my favourite accompaniment to bacon and eggs or huevos rancheros on a Saturday morning. (And if you're like me and can't stand washing and drying muffin tins, just bake it in a greased 8x8 or 9-inch round pan like a cake. Same baking time, same taste, WAY less mess and clean-up!!)

    Recipe #189549

    This is another recipe that comes from my best friend -- who also put it in our church cookbook. It's the only way I ever make strawberry or peach/nectarine pie, because it's about as simple as it gets, especially if you have pre-made crusts on hand. I find if I use bought crusts, I can't quite get two pies out of this recipe, but I usually have leftover sauce. I use baby food jars and put some berries or peaches/nectarines on the bottom topped with the remaining sauce as a treat for my little girls. I sometimes add a layer of cream cheese to the pie, under the berries or peaches, for that little something extra -- and of course, don't skimp on the sweetened whipped cream on top! (According to my dad, whipping cream's not a garnish, it's just as important as the dessert itself!!) Cooking time is refrigeration time.

    Recipe #186484

    Both really good ways to eat spinach! Romaine lettuce can be substituted if it's more readily available, cheaper, or just more to your liking.

    Recipe #186355

    This is one of my favourite things to make when I suddenly have to feed more people than I'd anticipated. (or any other time!) Due to the nature of the recipe, you can use more or less potatoes or vegetables, depending on what you have on hand -- or how far you need this one-dish meal to stretch!! Freezes well. (prep time doesn't include making mashed potatoes.)

    Recipe #186151

    My personal favourite recipe for barbecued chicken. I often serve chicken done this way with the rice from my Pork Chop Casserole (Recipe#174464). This recipe is enough to marinate 8 boneless skinless chicken breasts. (Cooking time is marinating and bbq-ing time)

    Recipe #185719

    I doubt this really qualifies as authentic Chinese cuisine, but it's delicious nonetheless and very simple. Use pre-cooked rice that's been sitting in the fridge for at least a day or two (or in the freezer) for the best results.

    Recipe #185441

    I believe this is a Betty Crocker recipe (hence the "BC") that my mom has used for years to make the best garlic dill pickles.

    Recipe #185296

    A delicious sweet pickle, this recipe comes from my mom who got it from a dear old friend of hers from church. The original recipe doesn't seem to have had a title because we've always just called them 'Mrs. Fast Pickles.' Mrs. Fast passed away this last year, but she will be lovingly remembered by my mother, who saw her as a surrogate grandmother, and by myself, who also sort of 'adopted' her as a grandmother. (Cooking time includes standing time)

    Recipe #185294

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