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    A nice hot soup on a cold day! This recipe is easy to make, and can be easily adjusted to suit your taste. I have also used this soup as a curry sauce after having sauted other curry ingredients such as chicken, bamboo shoots and diced potatoes.

    Recipe #477546

    This is an awesome way to make an inexpensive cut of steak, good enough for any company. My Aunt from England married a Polish soldier after WW II and this was one of his favorite meals. She made it for us the last time we visited them, and she gave me the recipe. It is now one of my family's favorites too, and we're not even Polish!! It is not at all for the calorie counters amongst us, so of course it tastes fantastic!!! You can leave out the potato, and serve the dish over nice broad egg noodles instead. Because you can cook it longer without overcooking it is a good recipe for company, if you are anything like me, I get visiting, and dinner is always later than I anticipate.

    Recipe #315517

    This extremely hearty sauce has a secret ingredient. (Not so much, now!!) This sauce clings to pasta, unlike many others that leave a puddle of juice on the bottom of your plate when you are done. The vegetables are chopped finely, allowing them to stay with the pasta as you twirl it on your fork. My mother brought this recipe from England originally more than 50 years ago, but I have tweaked it over the last 35 years. It makes quite a large batch, but it freezes well too. I also use it for lasagne, and it is always a hit. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do!!

    Recipe #313060

    I made this for my Mum last night, and it was awesome. My husband who is not a big fish fan really enjoyed it as well. I used a packaged rice pilaf but you could probably use long grain and wild rice, or other flavours that you like with a chicken or vegetable flavour base. You can use any type of white fish fillets, I made it as shown below.

    Recipe #312605

    I asked an Italian girl that I worked with, what a good spaghetti side dish might be. She told me about spaghetti pie, made with eggs, milk, cheese pasta and spices. It sounded pretty good to me so I tried it, with a few add ins. I figured why not put the whole meal in one casserole. This is one of my husband favorites. I have made it with chicken as well. I have also used different types of cheese, whatever I have on hand. Enjoy!!

    Recipe #311933

    This is my own recipe, and until I made it I did not even like Guacamole. I made it one day for my daughter and she named the recipe Mom's Perfect Guacamole. She also wrote out the directions!

    Recipe #307403

    I had this salad at a summer pot luck picnic. To my delight, it was delicious and has since become one of my favorites. This non traditional salad recipe has been given out to my company more times than I can count. It is great for a pot luck, as you can almost be assured that there will not be doubles.

    Recipe #307397

    This soup makes great use of a leftover ham bone. It is relatively light and is a great starter or makes a meal with a nice salad and fresh bread. It is basically a mish mash of other recipes and uses up a lot of bits and pieces of leftover vegies in the fridge. I made it for my family of 3 and it was gone in 2 days! Enjoy!

    Recipe #307379

    A real crowd pleaser. Add a nice loaf or two of fresh and hearty bread, and have a football party! This is one of those dishes that tastes better the next day (after the party).

    Recipe #246535

    My 93 year young grandmother-in-law finally wrote this recipe out for me. It is a huge family favorite that is a big hit even with those who don't enjoy traditional baked beans. Not real sweet, great with ham, or for a pot luck.

    Recipe #239409


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