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    It's called Stoup on purpose. I Often make this into a stew with dumplings using leftovers.

    Recipe #330520

    GREAT FOR A WINTER'S EVE OR AFTER TOBOGGANING My friends mother used to make this when we went tobogganing at his house. I didn't ask for the recipe, but made this one up years later..

    Recipe #324232

    I started with a recipe that was made in the oven andbone in and ended up with a stovetop version (quite bit diffenent (OK more than just different, but there are still peaches and chicken) Since I am lazy I only ended up with 2 pans for cooking and plates and forks for serving

    Recipe #317672

    I can't remember if I got this somewhere or made it up myself.

    Recipe #317245

    I got this on the computer, however I don't recall where

    Recipe #317149

    A quick soup your kids will love....and so will you Top with extra tortillas if desired.

    Recipe #314506

    An italian flavour, made at home anywhere . Simmering the garlic in butter adds a unique flavour. Someone gave me this recipe years ago. Its a great appetizer.

    Recipe #313969

    A great autumn pasta dish

    Recipe #313904

    Perfect as a main dish served with bread or a salad

    Recipe #305957

    Great for a summers BBQ. I did not add salt and used ground turkey instead of beef (dietary requirements I found this as the Doctors office and therefore changed it. The inspiration however belongs elsewhere

    Recipe #304625

    Great on a cold fall or winters day. I use ground turkey because I have to limit my red meat intake

    Recipe #304477

    This is a great picnic, to go or side salad, great for potlucks too!!!!

    Recipe #304455

    Great on a fall or winters day/eve. You can prep it the night before and plug it in the next morning to have dinner waiting

    Recipe #304434

    Great for a cold winters day. To make it alcohol free add 1 cup apple juice and remove vodka

    Recipe #303597

    Great on a cold winters day

    Recipe #303393

    I came up with this because it was raining and decided to use my flavour wave machine. I'm sure it would work on the bbq as well. you could use and dried fruit (if it is really dry soak it first

    Recipe #267560

    You may want to reduce the red pepper flakes (or the types of fruit) I used canned since I needed the juice. This is just one that you use your own taste buds to determine what you want. But this is how I made it

    Recipe #267513

    I was a judge at a BBQ tournament this weekend, and the final submission was a miscellaneous category, so this is one of the items I was given to taste. I don't have the actual recipe, however this is my version.

    Recipe #239696

    A nice uplifting salad. You don't need to wait until fall since you can get the ingredients year round (at least where I am. This comes from SparkPeople

    Recipe #239311

    A poultry version of an otherwise well known meat dish. The name "fajitas" refers to the type of meat used in the traditional version. You can use boneless skinless chicken if you wish but you'll get a bit. less flavor.Found this on another website

    Recipe #235495

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