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    You will need a 6-quart slow cooker for this recipe. Do not cook this soup on high power or the chicken will be too tough. Three 32-ounce cartons of chicken broth will yield 12 cups.

    Recipe #488172

    You will need a Dutch oven with a capacity of at least 6 quarts for this recipe. White onions will also work. Do not use red or sweet onions.

    Recipe #488171

    Use leftover cooked chicken or a store-bought rotisserie chicken in this recipe. Note that you won’t need 1 1/2 cups of the cheese until you bake the enchiladas. Serve with avocado, pickled jalapeños, shredded lettuce, and/or sour cream.

    Recipe #488170

    Baked the meatloaf in the skillet that you sauteed mushrooms in, and once the loaf was resting, used the same skillet (and meat drippings) to build our gravy. If you’re short the 2 tablespoons of meatloaf drippings needed to make the gravy, supplement them with melted butter or vegetable oil.

    Recipe #488166

    You’ll need 4 to 5 green tomatoes. We recommend finely ground Quaker cornmeal for this recipe.

    Recipe #488163

    Use all-yellow to lightly spotted, not green-topped or all-brown bananas for this recipe. Peel and slice the bananas just before using to help prevent browning. When straining the half-and-half in step 2, do not press on the bananas or the custard will turn gray as it sits. The pie can be made up to 24 hours in advance.**Prep-time includes cooling time for pudding and pie shell.

    Recipe #487957

    The filling for the buns can be made (and refrigerated) up to one day in advance. For quicker assembly, portion the filling into 12 (1/2-cup) mounds before rolling out the dough. Eat warm or at room temperature.

    Recipe #487956

    If you can’t find Ro-Tel tomatoes, use 1 cup of drained diced tomatoes combined with 1 finely chopped, stemmed, and seeded jalapeno.

    Recipe #487955

    Red potatoes also work; do not use russets, their high starch content will make the casserole gluey. Ore-Ida Country Style shredded hash brown potatoes, available in the freezer section of most supermarkets work well.

    Recipe #487953

    This recipe easily doubles. Make sure to cool the baking sheets between batches.

    Recipe #487951

    Liquids evaporate faster in the oven in heavy cast-iron Dutch ovens than in lighter pots. If you're using a heavy pot, increase the water in step 2 to 4 1/2 cups.

    Recipe #487950

    Serve with sour cream and cheese to cool the burn. For less heat, reduce the cayenne pepper to 1/4 teaspoon or omit it altogether. The ground beef will become dry if the chili is cooked for more than 8 hours.

    Recipe #487949

    All in one pan. To make fresh bread crumbs, pulse two slices of hearty white sandwich bread in a food processor until coarsely ground.

    Recipe #487945

    Make the gravy first so the crisp pork doesn’t turn soggy waiting for it.

    Recipe #487931

    Light-bodied American lagers, such as Budweiser, work best for this recipe. Standard-size hot dog buns will be too small for the brats, so buy larger hoagie rolls.

    Recipe #487876

    To make the coffeecake even faster to prepare in the morning, prepare the streusel and measure out the dry ingredients for the cake the night before.

    Recipe #487273

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