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    From www.TopSecretRecipes.com Panera Bread's Baked Egg Souffles are delicious little gourmet Hot Pockets. Encased in buttery crescent dough is this top secret version of the egg, cheese, spinach and artichoke filling for a nice morning munchie that will impress everyone. And they're easier to make than they look, since we use pre-made Pillsbury Crescent dough. Just make sure when you unroll the dough that you don't separate it into triangles. Instead you'll pinch the dough together along the diagonal perforations to make four rectangles. When the dough is rolled out, you can line four buttered ramekins with it, and then fill each one with the secret egg mixture. This recipe clones the spinach artichoke souffle, but if you're a fan of the spinach and bacon version, check out the Tidbits below for that easy variation.

    Recipe #449227

    Courtesy of the Bethel Church of Christ Several churches do an excellent job with brunswick stew. If you are a brunswick stew lover like I am, then you probably won’t be disappointed with this church recipe. It has a very nice red color that comes from the tomato products. Bethel Church has used it every year for more than 25 years. A quart sells for about $4 in 1997 dollars. A quart is two adult servings. Bethel Church’s brunswick stew is the best I’ve had, and I’ve tried a lot of them. It is very similar to the brunswick stew served at Bullock’s Bar-B-Cue.

    Recipe #404822

    Yummy with a big cup of coffee or glass of milk!

    Recipe #316268


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