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    I have never, ever liked stew before trying this one. This has no onions and a nice "tart" taste, plus the meat and potatoes aren't cooked to mush. We loved it! Am printing the recipe as originally posted on allrecipes.com (submitted by Corwynn Darkholme) but I made some substitutions based on what I had on hand. Instead of fresh potatoes, I used two 16 oz. cans of whole potatoes (halved). Also used a coarse stoneground mustard in place of the Dijon. If your mustard is salty, be sure NOT to salt the beef when you brown it. The flavor of the stew was wonderful BEFORE adding the mustard, so you could definitely leave that out and still have a delicious dish. I served with cornbread, but warm crusty French bread would be great as well.

    Recipe #99693

    My mom clipped this out of some magazine eons ago and it was one of the first things I ever learned to bake as a girl. It is still a trusted stand-by for unexpected guests or when I just want something easy and sweet. No mixer and no frosting needed! Great when you first bake it, even better the next day. I usually use 2 bananas, but sometimes use 3 if I want a strong banana flavor.

    Recipe #91780

    This is a mild and pretty side dish that can be made ahead, then popped into the oven when you're cooking dinner. Great with grilled chicken or steak. I usually plan 2 squash halves per person -- if they're not all eaten, more for me!

    Recipe #86585

    A yummy spread for crisp crackers. I make it anytime I have guests. If you like artichoke hearts, you'll like this! Originally from allrecipes.com, submitted by Peggy Hoffius.

    Recipe #86512

    Had a "reunion" with some girlfriends and our hostess whipped up a big bowl of this punch. We sat out on the deck, sipped these and swapped stories all afternoon. (Of course the stories got MUCH better as the day wore on and the punch disappeared ...) Very tasty!

    Recipe #86452


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