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This is a dish that my Scots/Irish grandmother would prepare. Easy on the budget, easy on the cook, stick to your ribs, family pleaser that uses only one very large skillet or dutch oven. It calls for whole all natural ingredients and is ridiculously off t
"Last spring we visited old friends who serve this egg dish for Sunday breakfast before church. I thought it was wonderful and full of flavor. Besides, it's easy to make ahead. I use fresh asparagus and serve it with muffins and fresh fruit. --Betty Jacqu
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"A nice dish to bring to a barbecue. Can be made the night before, but keep the tomatoes out until a couple hours before serving."
"This is a family favorite. Lettuce, vegetables and tuna are tossed with a creamy mustard dressing and crunchy shoestring potatoes."
A soup with a lot of leeway. If you have extra veggies in the fridge, throw them on in. This version of the soup has no meat...it uses beans as the protein and again, you can use whatever beans you like.
I love this casserole! Although it's called a supper dish, it works beautifully for breakfast, too. It freezes well and you can get a head start by using leftover rice.
"Sweet fuyu persimmons are at their peak in flavor in this warm, scrumptious treat. A great alternative to the traditional apple, peach or blueberry pie. Perfect for the holiday season!"
This is such an easy recipe to make and has a marvelous taste using the combination of these 3 veggies.
Tamale casserole is comfort food with a Tex-Mex twist. This all-time favorite typically features layers of ground meat, cheese, seasonings, and a cornmeal batter. In this simplified version, torn corn tortillas stand in for the batter.
Make and bake a purchased corn bread mix, then add seasonings and vegetables for this simple stuffing that's great for holiday dinners.