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    You can really taste the chocolate and the cheesecake flavors, especially if you refrigerate it overnight before serving.

    Recipe #396626

    Classic pot roast flavor with the ease of a slow cooker. I'm not a huge pot roast fan, but my family really likes this one.

    Recipe #390725

    Kind of a cross between classic minestrone and a tomato-based vegetable soup. I like to prep ingredients the night before, then just dump into pot along with the broth (and water if needed) before leaving for work.

    Recipe #389912

    Can't go wrong with cheddar, parmesan, butter and garlic, right? For lower calories, substitute margarine for butter and use 2% fat cheddar. Perfect and easy side dish is PastaRoni's Parmesan Angel Hair box mix.

    Recipe #389823

    Sweet-spicy sauce over crock-pot tender boneless pork chops. Serve with rice. I substitute Spenda brown sugar-mix for brown sugar to keep low-cal. Original recipe claims you can use country style pork loin ribs.

    Recipe #375926

    A hearty cowboy stew with basic meat and veggie flavors. I serve with cornbread.

    Recipe #368232

    Sorry-just not a purist about making my own sauce--this recipe is for those of us who want good flavor without all the fuss.

    Recipe #368150

    Adapted from Lund's H.E.L.P cookbook, this is a light style of meat patty with an interesting gravy that goes great on the entree and on a side of mashed potatoes. Simple fare that the kids like.

    Recipe #368147

    Beefy meatball patties rolled in rice and cooked in tomato sauce. Not gourmet, but something a little different.

    Recipe #357213

    This is the basic recipe from Mueller's box with a couple substitutions to suit my taste and laziness. Makes one deep 13x9 pan. If you make ahead and refrigerate, it will take longer to bake and will be drier.

    Recipe #357020

    So easy and delicious. I double recipe for parties.

    Recipe #331769

    Roasted pepper flavor. An easy weeknight meal. My family usually substitutes peas for the broccoli.

    Recipe #326207

    A slightly simplified version of the original in Joy of Cooking. Sun Luck brand of sweet and sour sauce is good.

    Recipe #319781

    A friend from Malaysia taught me how to make this authentic dish. I wouldn't give it 5 stars myself, but it is better than the goop our local Chinese restaurant serves up. I included the time needed to cook the rice in the "preparation" time.

    Recipe #319775

    I don't know who came up with the colorful name for this recipe (from an old church cookbook), but it's sort of like sloppy joes with more substance and not in a sandwich. Served on Fritos and topped with shredded lettuce, cheese, and ranch dressing. It's not fancy, but it is a tasty and easy to prepare home-cookin' dish.

    Recipe #319769

    This doesn't really use tournedos or filet mignon, just plain old flank steak. It's a relatively easy recipe for grilled roll-ups that are less expensive than steak. I have trouble finding flank steak anymore, but a great substitution I've found at Wal-Mart is a Latin American cut called milanesa.

    Recipe #305191

    The family always loves this quick and easy recipe. I serve with egg noodles.

    Recipe #305180

    This is a relatively easy chili that turns out good every time. I got it from my friend, the dietician. It is a meaty, chunky, medium heat chili.

    Recipe #304988

    Classic brown sugar and mini-marshmallow version, with optional pecans.

    Recipe #302725

    Fluffier than the shredded cheesy potatoes. For added zing, I like to use the "O'Brien" variety of frozen hash browns that comes with bits of red pepper and onion in it. For super-fast prep, use dried minced onion and the prepackaged shredded cheese.

    Recipe #302690

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