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    Artskoppa is a hearty stew with unique flavor and texture. My fiance is Norwegian and his parents passed this recipe down to me because he loves it so much, and I adapted it to the crock pot. It took me about four attempts to get it just right since there is one golden rule to making a great Artskoppa: not letting the peas get mushy. And my fiance's added golden rule is to add black pepper until you sneeze, but this recipe is for the average palette.

    Recipe #430714

    This is a "dang-that's-good!" adaptation of Giada De Laurentiis' recipe that will knock your socks off. In fact, I just made a batch and had to walk away to get another mouthful before I finished typing this recipe. It's a sweet and savory appetizer that will please book club members and kids alike. Serve on top of crostini, toasted wheat bread, or whatever you desire!

    Recipe #417660

    Ditch the boring cereal and oatmeal for a hot and healthy breakfast that can be prepared ahead of time and keep you feeling full and energized for hours. This simple breakfast actually motivates me to hop out of bed during cold Chicago winters!

    Recipe #342800


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