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    This is a recipe I got out of a magazine (around 20 years ago) that really fills you up on a cold day. The main ingredients (lentils, ham, mushrooms, carrots, celery, onions) can cook all day in either a crockpot, or a stove-top pot - although I have always made it in a crock pot. The addition of mushroom soup, beef boullion granules and parsley help with the overall taste and seasoning. This recipe is easily adjusted for personal taste (can omit one of the vegetables, or add more/less of one) and takes very little preparation time. The soup tastes great as a leftover, too!

    Recipe #352258

    This casserole dish was concocted to accommodate the veggie lovers in my family for Easter brunch. It is easy to make and can be stored in the refrigerator ahead of time, giving you the ability to visit with guests instead of spending prep time in the kitchen during the family gathering. It could also easily be altered, adding other favorite vegetables that are to your liking, or could be "spiced" up for those individuals who have more exotic tastes. I actually use 2 percent milk and a salt substitute (Salt Sense) when making this recipe. Please use what appeals best to you.

    Recipe #294276

    This is a crockpot recipe I got from a friend. Doesn't take a whole lot of time to prepare, and you can put it in the pot and leave it.

    Recipe #215345


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