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    I tried this recipe out of one of my many cookbooks that I collect. Its a comfort food that I like and I hope you will too, serve with salad and bread of your choice!

    Recipe #379653

    I have made this chili for years. I had gotten a tip of adding a can of french onion soup to any chili recipe to make it taste like Krystal's chili. The addition makes my chili good but its up to the individual to say if it is similar to Krystal's chili. I always triple ingredients for the chili since my children love it and it is always great the next day, or add leftovers to a baked potato and top with cheese. I hope you enjoy this recipe as much as my family and I do. I also use the regular chili mix so if you like your chili hot you can use the hot mix and also use hot canned tomatoes (such as Rotel).

    Recipe #363533

    I found this recipe in Southern Living Magazine. When growing up I remember my parents making divinity together. I always liked eating the divinity before it got hard, so a frosting is the next best thing to that.

    Recipe #353654

    When my kids were young, my girlfriend and I were leaders for their age group at church. We made these pizzas often and served them with a green salad. The young ones loved them and today my grown up kids love them, too.

    Recipe #247575

    I have made this recipe since my children were small and now that they are adults its still a favorite with all of us. I hope you enjoy it. I especially like the recipe too because you dont have to cook the milk/rice mixture. You just mix everything and bake it in the oven. I always make it with left over rice.

    Recipe #165151

    I got this from our local utility magazine from shared users recipies section...so good and easy to make.

    Recipe #30738

    This is a very good "party" dip. Serve hot with chips of your choice.

    Recipe #25524


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