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This is a dish I throw into the crockpot for a crowd. Lots of veggies and easy to make
The perfect King Sandwich to enjoy while watching exciting playoff basketball. It's better than a LeBron James slam dunk.
My Hubby would eat this every Football Saturday!! I usually make it Saturday morning after breakfast and it lasts us all weekend and into lunch on Monday.
Great party appetizers...can cut into smaller portions to make go further and save calories!
These really are SO good. A favorite of anyone that comes over. I make it often for a large group. Crock pots are the best!
This probably isn't that good for you, but it's something I ate so I had to add the recipe to be able to track it in my daily caloric intake.
This is a nice simple chili that is great for cold evenings and warmed up for lunch the next day! This is my husbands recipe and he bought the ingredients, so I would recommend using low sodium canned tomatoes for a healthier meal.
Home made ham salad. Nutrition will vary slightly as recipe is made to taste rather than specific measurements
Something that even my extremely patriotic and picky Italian stepfamily will eat, though they detest onions and garlic :S
Fix it and Forget it recipes for entertaining
My picky kids and husband love this recipe.
My family and I have adapted this from a number of different spice combinations we saw in various recipes, as well as modifying it to be more paleo like using coconut oil instead of corn oil.
Fun to make and eat!
Named after my son Joseph
A good hearty dish. Great alternative for chilli or bean soup. This went over so well at our Polaski days potluck that someone "licked" the bowl clean and everyone was asking for the recipe.
Adapted from Chef Meg's Boston Bean makeover
just using the recipe calculator
Mix all together , put in loaf pan and spread evenly. Bake @ 350 degrees for 1 hour or until completely done.
Easy Chili to make.