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    Perfect topping for pumpkin pie!

    Recipe #505907

    Re-do of the classic Egg McMuffin. Cheaper, healthier and easy grab and go.

    Recipe #505904

    Pumpkin cheesecake, a big hit in my family. I end up making it for Thanksgiving and Christmas.

    Recipe #468605

    Cold appetizer. PREHEAT oven to 375°F. Separate dough into 4 rectangles. Press onto bottom and up side of 15x10x1-inch baking pan to form crust. BAKE 11 to 13 minutes or until golden brown; cool. MIX cream cheese, dressing, dill and onion salt until well blended. Spread over crust; top with remaining ingredients. Refrigerate. Cut into squares.

    Recipe #443313

    We coined this recipe affectionately as "Rae's Spaghetti" as that is the family friend that we recieved the recipe from. This sauce is very hearty and filling. I usually only prepare a salad and garlic bread to accompany it. This sauce also freezes well so I often make a double batch,

    Recipe #365918

    I love this recipe. It uses fresh ingredients and is not a heavy dish. I got this recipe from the "Great American Favorite Brand Name Cookbook", collectors edition. This recipe is also great with shrimp, either as a substitution for scallops or in addition.

    Recipe #365254

    This is a nice variation to your standard burger, and tastes great on the grill. When having a get-together during the Summer I like to make several different variations of burgers. This one is always an immediate hit. Also work well if cooked indoors in a skillet. Super easy too!

    Recipe #364353

    I love, love, love cheese! Who doesn't? I would imagine only someone allergic! This is packed full of sharp cheddar cheese and has a rich flavor. Not your creamy style mac & cheese found in the frozen food isle or dried pasta meals. This is a baked mac & cheese that is very hearty. I usually serve with ketchup on the side (I think that is a Pennsylvania thing....I have found that is up to your own taste preference). I also serve with a vegetable on the side. Sometimes I cook up a ham steak and serve the mac & cheese as a side dish, but it is usually so popular I just serve it as a meal by itself.

    Recipe #363161

    This is a very hearty stew our family calles Goulosh. Once all the prep work is finished you only need to allow it to sit and simmer for several hours. This is a complete meal. Perfect for your meat and potatoes man. I usually only serve with bread/biscuits/dinner rolls.

    Recipe #363155

    This is a really nice and easy dish to make. It packs a big punch in the flavor department.

    Recipe #363144

    Pasta is a staple food for any kitchen. It is inexpensive and filling. Not many of us have time to start marinara sauce from scratch so this recipe allows you to use a store bought sauce and then add your own spin to it. It is easy to make and freezes well. I use it for anything from spaghetti, manacotti, lasagna to chicken parmesan.

    Recipe #363138

    This is a wonderful, hearty soup. I like potato soup and find that many restaurants are leaning towards cheddar cheese potato soups. They are ok but I prefer a hearty potato soup that actually tastes of potato. This makes a large batch, my family always asks for some when I make it and the leftovers are terrific.

    Recipe #363134

    Affectionately coined "Debbie's Casserole" in our household. Named after a family friend from church named Debbie N. This was a staple in our house and didn't last very long. My father in particular loved this recipe.

    Recipe #357131

    Who doesn't like cheese and pie? Well, this recipe is one of my favorites made by my mother growing-up. I'm interested to see what 'zaar says the calorie intake is!

    Recipe #299146

    Butter makes everything better, and this recipe has a lot of it!

    Recipe #298985

    In our household we called this Shepherd's Pie, although I'm not sure that this recipe is truly a "Shepherd's pie" as it is made with ground beef.

    Recipe #298984

    This is one of my recipes that is a combination of several recipes I found. The pecans give the chicken a nice texture. I really love that it takes under 1/2 hour from start to finish and is a good solid main course.

    Recipe #286328

    Good enough to eat! This sugar scrub recipe is great for buffing, polishing and exfoliating your dry skin. I love to use this right after I shave or before I apply any self-tanners. Exfoliating properly before applying self-tanners will extend the life of your "tan".

    Recipe #286155

    Very much a comfort food dish. Easily prepared by ingredients most of us have on hand in our pantry. So easy to make. You can also easily edit the recipe choosing soups you prefer, this is my favorite combination.

    Recipe #285936

    Holidays can be an expensive time of year for anyone. Here are some options to making your own bath salts. These make perfect gifts for anyone (teachers, grandparents, friends, family, etc.) and kids can make them too since all the ingredients are natural - just watch the coloring! I made them as side-gifts this past Christmas and they went over so well I was told I should be selling them! I even had a friend that mad them as gifts for her bridal party! I make these for myself all the time, sometimes for a single bath at a time! They will leave your bathroom smelling wonderful for hours.

    Recipe #285807

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