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    This is our favorite way to serve pork chops and is a great way to stretch the meat to feed a crowd. This is also really works really well with chicken. I use regular pancake syrup since that's what I usually have on hand but I would imagine that the real maple syrup would be even better. I have on occassion made this with honey when i've been out of syrup - it always works and is a very forgiving recipe. Hope you enjoy.

    Recipe #344482

    I have 3 kids on 3 different sports teams, so during baseball season I do a lot of crockpot cooking since it seems like I'm always on the run. I was intrigued by the idea of cooking meatloaf in the crockpot but the couple of recipes I tried were very greasy and fell apart too easily. I came up with this recipe that my family really enjoys. I think the potatoes on the bottom are really key to the success of the result because they keep the meat up off the bottom and let it cook out of the liquid. I know the recipe is going to seem like too little liquid to start with, but the crockpot retains all the liquid inside and really is enough. Let me know what you think.

    Recipe #362405

    I think this chain is mostly out west but I went to the one in Portland, ME with my sister and am now a huge fan. This is very similar to the rice that they use in the burritos and salads. Yummy!

    Recipe #367828

    I got this from one of the spice packs in the grocery store - so yummy. Putting it online so I don't lose the little card.

    Recipe #442191

    Okay, so sometimes being out of something turns out to be a good thing! When I went to make my traditional fried chicken tenders I realized that I was out of bread crumbs and was also out of bread to make bread crumbs. Looking around I discovered a box of parmesan/garlic crackers and crushed them up in place of the crumbs. Absolutely, positively DELICIOUS! The kids now claim this is the only way to make chicken tenders! Hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #337233

    We got the idea of these from "Crispy Rice" treats - with some creative substitutions I think we have a winner!

    Recipe #335913

    My family loves dips - hot, cold - doesn't matter. I came up with this breadstick recipe especially for that reason. We especially like to use these for dipping in hummus. I add about 1 tsp. cumin and 1/4-1/2 tsp. seseme oil when making them for hummus to mimic the flavors in the dip. I brush mine with olive oil and sprinkle seseme seeds on top as well. Play with adding seasoning as this is a pretty fail-proof recipe. Hope you enjoy.

    Recipe #339810

    This is my easy, never fail biscuit recipe with a couple of variations. Being native southerners, we make these A LOT.

    Recipe #338226

    My family loves pasta and we also love seafood so I came up with this for a meat-less dinner during Lent. It kind of tastes like a high end seafood lasagne, but is a whole lot easier (and cheaper!). We love it and hope that you do too. I use the imitation krab meat because that's what's available in my little tiny town but I would imagine that it would be even better with the real stuff!

    Recipe #363160

    From "Chocolate Chip Cookie Murder" by JoAnne Fluke. These are awesome!

    Recipe #335919

    My husband is from south Louisiana and I've had to learn to cook Cajun/Creole recipes. This is our quick take on red beans & rice.

    Recipe #337130

    Well, this is the result of being "volunteered" to represent my husband's motorcycle club in an annual chili cookoff. I truely think the quality of your spices will determine the quality of the finished product so buy the best spices you can afford. I've found that the local health food stores often sell really good spices in bulk. This is not a terribly spicy chili but does pack a bit of a kick - adjust the spices to your taste. I did end up winning 1st place - over 42 other teams - not bad for less than a week's notice! I like to preassemble everything I'm going to need the night before - makes it easy to throw together the day of and just let it cook.

    Recipe #391613

    I'm mostly posting this here so I don't lose it again but this is really, really good dressing. I think there's a bunch of Costa Vida resturants out west but I went to the one in Portland, ME and am now hooked!

    Recipe #367823

    My family loves hot soups and stews in the cold Kansas winters. A favorite of my family is this creamy and cheesy ham and potato chowder. The veggies thicken the soup so there is no added flour or cornstarch.

    Recipe #442751

    I got this recipe from my friend who makes the best sugar cookies. She got it from her grandma Dorothy.

    Recipe #343871

    One of my old neighbors used to make this veggie, beans and noodle soup - similar to minestrone but different too. I'm not Italian, so I don't know how or what it is properly called, but we call it Lent soup since it works perfectly for meatless Fridays during Lent. All three of my picky children love it when its time to make Lent soup and it tastes better the next day! This is really quick to throw together, but it does need to simmer for a few hours so plan on starting it by around noon if you want to eat it for dinner. Store leftovers covered in fridge. The pasta will absorb all the extra yummy broth so if you want it soup-like, you'll have to add extra water before re-warming (we leave it alone and just eat it like a thick pasta the next day!).

    Recipe #360094

    My sister sent me this recipe. I'm not sure where she got it, but it was fabulous!

    Recipe #340420

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