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    I can't remember where I found this recipe but it is one of my family's favorites. I always make double and freeze some to take to work for lunches. It sounds spicy with the jalapeno peppers but it is not really that hot and you can adjust the number of peppers you use, if you want it hotter or milder. If you have a large microwave oven as I do, you can prepare this whole dish in a 4 quart casserole dish. If not, simmer in a large pot on the stove (you may need a little extra broth if doing it this way). The tortilla chips are used just to thicken the broth at the end.

    Recipe #248874

    This is real comfort food, and healthy as well. It makes a big batch but keeps in the fridge well for a few days for leftovers, or it would be good for a pot-luck.

    Recipe #238258

    This has been a favorite since my children were todders many years ago. I think the original recipe came from an add for B.C. apples but I have modified it several times over the years. The original recipe called for white flour, brown sugar, and peeled apples; but I now use whole wheat flour, have reduced the amount of sugar by substituting half of it with Splenda, and leave the peel on the apples. You could use any variety of apples but we like the tartness of Granny Smith.

    Recipe #238060


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