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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 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 Dawn on 08-Jan-2009
By quickchef on 23-Mar-2009
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
By Steve on 21-Feb-2009
This makes a huge deep dish pizza with a lot of sauce. It works best if you use a pizza stone.
By CampfireNut on 07-Apr-2012
Great recipe for camping/scouting.
By CampfireNut on 07-Apr-2012
Gather the French bread, noodles, meatballs, can of sauce and enjoy an old fashioned treat.
By Steve on 21-Feb-2010
Try spreading Nutella on them and roll them up. Or, try spreading butter on them and sprinkle with cinnamon and sugar. My kids just love these.
By Martha on 04-Mar-2009
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By Laurie on 07-Jun-2009
You can add Italian sausage, ground beef, or any other meats to this if you choose.
By campfiregal on 27-Mar-2012
The buttermilk & combination of spices give this cake a nice flavor. Bake in a bundt pan that has been greased and floured and enjoy the aroma of the spices while it bakes. Frost with a powdered sugar/cinnamon glaze or use your favorite cream cheese frosting.