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By Anonymous on 23-Nov-2013
Excellent baked ziti! Your family will love it.
By Steve on 01-Jan-2008
This is a quick and easy recipe to make. The kids and the adults will love it. Don't forget the garlic bread.
By chefaroo on 19-Jan-2013
Other recipes use a pie pan. You could add onions, grated carrots, garlic, mushrooms, green pepper, etc. This one is simple and kid-friendly.
By Steve on 02-May-2011
For easy spaghetti and meatballs, heat two jars of your favorite spaghetti sauce in a large pot. Add the cooked meatballs and serve over cooked spaghetti noodles.
By Lake Lady on 09-Jan-2009
Note: Indians dip the bread in "sop," a mixture of corn syrup and bacon drippings.
By Steve on 03-Jan-2008
This is a slightly modified from a recipe given to me my Romain, who was visiting me from France. Romain was a student intern at the St. Paul French Immersion elementary school in Minnesota in 2004. The original is one of his favorite family recipes. For the original, use Gruyere cheese, fewer eggs, and an eyeballed amount of water! Enjoy!
By chefaroo on 17-Nov-2013
This quick and easy recipe is always a great hit.
By CampfireNut on 08-Apr-2012
Salute the flag when you eat these!
By CampfireNut on 08-Apr-2012
Grandpa says eat it as soon as possible after harvesting.
By Dawn on 08-Jan-2009
By KathyO on 03-May-2008
If you like salmon, this is a quick and simple way to create a delicious and nutritious main dish.
By quickchef on 19-Feb-2009
By quickchef on 23-Mar-2009
By Martha on 30-Mar-2009
By CampfireNut on 07-Apr-2012
This is easy to make at home or while camping.
By Laurie on 07-Jun-2009
Can use fresh or leftover chicken breast or thighs, and any veggies you have on hand.
By Laurie on 08-Jun-2009
By KathyO on 04-May-2008
Simply the best way to cook walleye! Don't be afraid of the "deep fried" fish - the hot oil actually seals the breading resulting in less fat per fillet than the pan-fried method. This fish is crunchy on the outside, tender on the inside.
By MsMP on 29-Mar-2012
You can personalize these individual quiches by adding your favorite combination of vegetables, meats, and cheeses. Eliminating the crust cuts down on prep and baking time.
By Barb Jenzen on 22-May-2009
Quick Easy & Hearty