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    Creamy, spicy, and something a bit different than what is usually served at a party. We have handed out this recipe countless times. My sister-in-law gave me this recipe and I think it originally came from This freezes and thaws well for a quick dip for company or a weeknight meal. We use light soup, cream cheese, Velveeta, and sour cream, so it's not quite so bad for us. I'm sure fat-free products could be used, but probably at the expense of the creaminess.

    Recipe #272536

    From GoodLife Eats. Nice take on the apple & pork chop combination for autumn. It's both sweet and savory at the same time. We were honestly a bit worried the first time about the combination of garlic and sage with the sweetness of the apples and cider, but it works well. Our kids preferred to eat the apples separate from the meat as dessert and actually ate so many of them that doubling the apple portion would have been appropriate for us. Recipe calls for 2 Land O Lakes Saute Express Garlic Herb cubes. We did happen to have some of those on hand but if they weren't available, an equal blend of butter & olive oil, plus garlic and herbs to your preference would be a good substitution.

    Recipe #519497

    Yummy, crusty, cheesy goodness from America's Test Kitchen. Garlicky, but not overpowering. Using a small cheese grater or zester to grate the garlic cloves will give a better texture. Better than store-bought!

    Recipe #395016

    My grandparents lived in Joplin, MO (just down the road from Springfield) and this has always been one of my favorite comfort foods. This is very different from the cashew chicken found in Asian restaurants in the rest of the country. It has been westernized almost to the point of not being Asian at all, but has become a regional favorite. This recipe has been adapted from a recipe found on which is said to be the original recipe from Leong's Tea House in Springfield. I'm not sure if that's true, but it's pretty close to what I grew up with. Prep time includes the resting time for the chicken. The original recipe called for 9 tsp bouillon granules, but we thought it was a bit overpowering so we decreased it slightly. It's also possible to substitute the bouillon with 3 cups of reduced sodium chicken broth.

    Recipe #395104

    This is a goulash recipe from Good Housekeeping, named for Paula Deen's son. It was hearty and had good flavor. We did not have any of Paula Deen's seasonings, so we used our own season salt and a combo of salt, peppper, and garlic powder for the house seasoning. Her house seasoning recipe is available on this website.

    Recipe #404465

    This recipe was given to us by a good friend who serves it at his annual Christmas party. We have found it a hearty, satisfying dip, great for parties, or even just for dinner! It freezes well, so we usually hold some back for another time. We also keep ground beef, cooked with onion, in the freezer. This makes recipes such as this a snap to put together. We hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #404463

    Sweet and spicy crock pot pork roast. Great way to use the end of a pork loin. Can be served as an entree over cilantro lime rice, or used for nachos or tacos. Found this on the Skinny Taste blog. Prep time includes plenty of time for marinading. Actual active prep time is probably less than 20 minutes total to trim the meat, mix up ingredients for the marinade/sauce and then shred the meat.

    Recipe #519498

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