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    Made this up to use up veggies and have made it so many times since. Not gourmet food- just easy with lot's of flavor. No need to add other seasonings when you have the sausage and marinara in the recipe. This is my favorite quick recipe. Leftovers are even better!

    Recipe #386855

    This is a yummy and addictive pasta salad. I tasted something similar in the past and this is my creation w/ modifications. I make a lot, and eat it for lunches at work, in the summer. Try it- you will like it. Sometimes I sprinkle chicken breast with cajun seasoning while cooking for an extra kick.

    Recipe #370058

    I got this recipe from my aunt years ago so I am not sure of it's original origin. I do know that this is the only way I will prepare shrimp now though. You can play around with the spices to make this as spicy or not spicy as you want. Both the grill method and oven turn out great. Enjoy!

    Recipe #367652

    I have no idea where this recipe came from it has been passed on through the family for years. This is a salsa like you have never had before and quite addicting. Hope you like it! Cooking time is refridgeration time. Use Rotelle tomatoes for chopped tomatoes and chilies.

    Recipe #343469

    When the weather is cold and it is snowy outside I love to make this soup. It is relativly inexpensive but has so much flavor. Very different from any steak soup I have tried. My kids actually get excited when I make this soup. I have had this recipe for years and believe it may have originated from Lady's Home Journal and modified just a tad. I would add a "serve with" but think it is good for the whole meal.

    Recipe #341520

    I am not sure where I got this recipe but have changed it enough to call it my own regardless... My prior boss used to love this soup so much he nicknamed me the "Soup Nazi" (Seinfeld episode) and said I should quit my current job (huh?) and open a soup restauraunt. I have quite a few other awesome soup recipes too. I will post them as time permits. Note: I NEVER follow recipes but this one is perfect the way it is. I won't change it. This is the best I have ever had. Enjoy!

    Recipe #330602


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