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    Submitted by J. Simms thru Simple & Delicious and I have to say they fit both words in the title. I like adding a bit more nutmeg to the recipe as it is a favorite spice of mine.

    Recipe #276767

    One-dish family pleaser. This freezes and reheats very well.

    Recipe #276759

    From Kraft foods with some modifications. A nice main meal salad. This can be made ahead and served chilled as a cold salad or made and served immediately as a hot salad. I prefer the hot salad. (Kraft recommends using 6 oz of their grilled chicken strips but I prefer fresh chicken over packaged - use what you are most comfortable serving). ***Update*** Based on the review I wanted to let you know what I took out of the original recipe - it called for 1/2 c sliced olives. I was thinking if you want a really strong flavor - try a very Zesty Italian Dressing or saute your chicken with garlic and add chopped onions to the final dish. Maybe that would perk it up for those that like things a bit spicier. The original way is a method in which my kids will eat it but I understand how adults may want a bit more zing.***

    Recipe #276750

    My mom made this recipe up over 40 years ago and it is now a favorite of our whole family. My sister even makes cold sandwiches out of the leftovers.

    Recipe #276702

    From TOH Holiday recipe guide

    Recipe #276605

    A nice twist to an old standby soup.

    Recipe #276599

    From Simple & Delicious - created by M. Hobbs You can use pre-made crepes if you don't want to make your own.

    Recipe #276588

    A different version of sweet and sour chicken which includes some fruit as a nice surprise. I was not sure of the ounces in a package of the onion soup mix, but it is one envelope of dry mix. It has always been a hit in our family. I hope yours will enjoy it too.

    Recipe #276579

    I have not had the opportunity to make this yet but I needed a place to save the recipe before my hubby cleans up and throws away my magazine.

    Recipe #276540

    This is my version from a recipe submitted to TOH a while back.

    Recipe #276384

    My mom always made something similar using evaporated milk, but I almost like this more (sorry Mom).

    Recipe #276382

    A boneless chicken recipe that I really enjoy. Quick to make. Original recipe in the 1998 TOH Cookbook. I adjusted a bit to our tastes.

    Recipe #276380

    I prefer to use the dried beef from a local deli - ask to have it paper-thin sliced or chipped. I serve this over toasted wheat bread for my DH but it is also good served over a oven-baked russet potato. I found this recipe in the Fannie Farmer Cookbook.

    Recipe #276342

    A great kid's recipe to put together for fun. You can use other ingredients other than the carrots (like shredded cheese) but I prefer the shredded carrots. From TOH Cookbook 1998

    Recipe #276248

    Nice change from the standard graham cracker crust using the gingersnaps instead.

    Recipe #276087

    I found this in an old church cookbook. The only change I made is instead of using a can of yams, I cook 6 yams and use those instead as I prefer fresh over canned yams.

    Recipe #276084

    This recipe was given to me by my MIL and was always served at her Easter table. I've enjoyed making it for our family too.

    Recipe #275699

    I've searched through the recipe collection and did not find anything matching this recipe. It is my daughter's favorite veggie casserole dish and is always requested for her birthday dinner and any other time she plans on coming over for dinner.

    Recipe #275684

    A family staple at Christmas. My mom always called this Fried Candy and then the kids changed it to Haystacks. This is not the usual haystacks with chocolate or fried noodles.

    Recipe #275635

    I cannot remember where I found this recipe but this is one of the first pasta salads I made after moving out on my own and my Mom gave me rave reviews. I use asparagus in the spring when it is fresh and the broccoli when I cannot find nice fresh asparagus.

    Recipe #275631

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