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    I got this recipe from an acquaintance years ago who is French Canadian. She claims that it is the best fudge in the world. According to her It melts in your mouth and is awesome!

    Recipe #493049

    This recipe is from an old Southern Living magazine. I've made this recipe dozens of times and always get loads of compliments on the dish. It's simple and delicious.

    Recipe #493047

    I've had this recipe for years and I'm not sure were it came from. I think it was clipped from a magazine years ago. It's slightly different from most other hot chicken salad recipes and I think those differences make it better.

    Recipe #493044

    I found this recipe when I was in college and looking for something cheap and easy to make. It's nothing fancy, but it's a nice simple weeknight dinner and the kids love it.

    Recipe #493043

    My husband and I lived off this dish during college because it was easy and cheap. Now all these years later we are still making this and even our kids love it. My Mom gave me the recipe and I think she said it came from a box of Lipton's dry onion soup mix.

    Recipe #493038

    This was one of the first recipes I started cooking on a regular basis for my family. The recipe came from a church cookbook and has now been enjoyed by many of my friends and family.

    Recipe #493036

    Simple yet delicious, this taco pie has become a family favorite. I found the recipe in a church cookbook many years ago and have been making it ever since.

    Recipe #493023

    I clipped this recipe from the AJC years ago. It is credited to "Our Way Cafe" in Decatur, GA. The original as listed below calls for canned salmon, but I prefer to use fresh salmon (I bake it in the oven, then use a fork to flake).

    Recipe #493021


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