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    One of our family's favorites.

    Recipe #322823

    I got this from Weight Watchers and my family LOVES it. The fight is on for any leftovers! It calls for Cajun seasoning, but I use Old Bay and like it better.

    Recipe #276343

    I have been trying to duplicate the Greek Pasta from Zio's Italian Restaurant for a couple years. I finally got the seasoning right, and my family gave me a 'thumbs up'! Now it is one of our favorites.

    Recipe #276378

    I made this for a church dinner by compiling my favorite parts of 2 different egg casseroles. The dish was scraped clean! This is good for Brunch, or for a main dish.

    Recipe #279217

    Recipe from Kraft's Food & Family Magazine. I plan to use for OAMC. I'll be making the filling and freezing. Then will put together at time for serving.

    Recipe #436954

    This recipe is from Taste of Home's Freezer Pleaser cookbook. It is a 'now and later' recipe. It makes 2 pies. You can eat one immediately and freeze the other for future use.

    Recipe #436913


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