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    This soup is very comforting as well as tasty and full of vegetables. Great for those cold winter days or those suffering from or recovering from a cold. It's also good just any ol' time! It freezes reasonably well, though the potatoes get an odd texture to me after doing so. This recipe makes plenty soup, so don't be stingy! Get a second bowl, or give some to a close friend or family member to try, or try freezing some if you like!

    Recipe #29046

    I invented this recipe completely on my own on a cold winter day when I craved something spicy but simple. I've never made plain tomato soup since :) It's a truly wonderful change, spicy but creamy, warm and smooth..and kids love it. If your children are particularly sensitive to spiceiness, you may want to reduce the hot pepper sauce and possibly eliminate the red pepper flakes. My boyfriend and his son actually came up with the name "Dorito Soup." They love it on a cold day! I'm sure yours will, too!

    Recipe #28924

    This is a very basic but delicious and convenient chili. It's very easy to make and doesn't take very long to cook. It's hearty and fast -- great for a weeknight supper. I typically serve it with shredded cheddar cheese, sour cream, and crackers, though these things are not essential :)

    Recipe #28908

    This recipe is MUCH simpler than it sounds! It's very tasty and light. Originally, I came across this recipe on the WCHS NEWS web site, on which they said it was from a book by Bridgett Swinney (Copyright 1993 by Fall Rivers Press) called Eating Expectantly: The Essential Eating Guide and Cookbook For Pregnancy. It also doubles as a low-fat and generally healthy-eating recipe. I made some adjustments to the recipe myself, but I will post the original recipe and add my own personal suggestions here. I added 1/3 c. minced bell pepper, and 1/2 small jalapeño pepper, minced. I'd also recommend reducing the cooking time for the tortillas to 8 minutes per side, mine over-baked at 20 minutes. Also, I wouldn't personally recommend using the yogurt sauce as a dip for the tortillas, it's too spicy because of the cumin. It is VERY good as a dressing on the salad, though. I also served each with 4 eighths tomato instead of 2 quarters. The jalapeño won't add much (if any) heat, but it seems to eliminate or at least reduce the gastric distress suffered during the digestion of beans. Might as well stop a problem before it starts :)

    Recipe #28905

    My mother originally made this cocktail sauce for shrimp, which is what it compliments best. It's also wonderful on scallops. This is also the cocktail sauce she used for her Crab Ball Dip (which reminds me, I MUST post that! So look around for it and try it out using this sauce! You won't regret it!)

    Recipe #28884

    This chicken dish makes it's own terrific gravy that's absolutely perfect over mashed potatoes or stuffing/dressing. It's so wonderful! My mother used to make it for me, and we could never get enough of the mushrooms. They soak up so much flavor, it's truly exquisite. Try it out for yourself! Gravy with no flour, lumps, or dirty pots!

    Recipe #28371

    This is a dish brimming full of robust flavor. It's also very aromatic, and will fill your kitchen with a mouth-watered scent while it's cooking. My dad originally cooked this for me, it has been one of my favorites for years. On my own, I've tweaked a few of the ingredients and amounts to my tastes. Adjust them as you would prefer. Some may want less spicy, some may be more worried about all the margarine or vinegar. The apple cider vinegar gives it a tart but nice flavor. You can reduce the amount if it's not to your liking, but I would highly suggest not omitting the vinegar, the flavor will suffer terribly. From my home to yours, I hope you enjoy. This is especially liked by the husbands, especially those who crave spicy foods.

    Recipe #28064

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