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This chili has just the right amount of heat! The flavors blend well and it has fast become a favorite of many on the Crew. There's a bit of a sweet flavor in this chili. To us, the mushrooms are what makes this stand out from other chili recipes. Hearty and comforting.Ingredients3 lb lean h…

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(Culinary.net) When you are hungry and searching for something filling, juicy and rich, turning to your pantry for on-hand ingredients can make dinner a breeze. Dodge snack cravings and avoid the temptation to swing by the drive-thru; instead, you can have a homemade meal ready in a matter o…

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Your whole family is going to fall in love with this easy tater tot casserole. Crispy tater tots, gooey cheese, and smoky bacon... what's not to love?! Hearty and filling, this will be on your regular dinner rotation.Ingredients3 lb ground beef1 lb bacon, center cut1 lg onion, diced1 can Cam…

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Warming up on cold days can be a challenge, especially when the weather outside is frightful. Bundling up near the fireplace is one way to keep warm, as is dining on hearty meals that have staying power.

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This Buffalo chicken sandwich is so good your guests will never guess how super easy it is to make. It's like wings and a hoagie all rolled into one. If you love Buffalo sauce, you'll love this sandwich for watching football. Dip in more Buffalo sauce, ranch, or bleu cheese. Any leftovers, y…

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Crock Pot recipes should be dump and go and that's exactly what this macaroni and cheese recipe is. No need to pre-boil the pasta. The noodles absorb the evaporated milk and cheddar soup. The end product is creamy, cheesy, and smooth. A great recipe to bring to potlucks or if you want an eas…

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As weather chills, that dip in temperature is often accompanied by cold and flu season. Many people are anxious to avoid feeling under the weather this time of year, and to help ward off many illnesses, one may only need to look to the kitchen stove.

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(Family Features) Gathering your team to plan for a truly memorable game day at home starts with almost everyone's favorite part of the festivities: the food. From meaty meals and zesty appetizers to sweet, long-lasting snacks, fuel your crowd with recipes that keep them coming back from kic…

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Slow cookers can be unsung kitchen heroes any time of the year, but particularly during the colder seasons. That’s because slow cookers take on one-pot meals with ease. A person simply places all the ingredients inside the crock, then returns in 8 hours or so to a completely cooked meal.

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Stacker explores snacks and other food items banned in the U.S. From tasty cheeses to the famed Scottish dish haggis, these 30 foods aren’t welcome in most of the United States.

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A very fitting title for this breakfast casserole ... it truly is the ultimate. It reminds us of a breakfast bowl that has everything you love about breakfast inside and topped with creamy gravy. Hash browns are the base for the layers of scrambled eggs, bacon, sausage, cheese, and country g…

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ATHENS — During her final year as a student at Washington State University, Faith Critzer found that she needed one elective to complete her bachelor’s degree in animal science. Critzer was required to take a course outside the animal science department, so she selected an introductory food …

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Nothing beats sipping a hot, soothing beverage after a day of choosing the perfect Christmas tree or lobbing snowballs in the backyard. Teas, hot toddies, coffees, and mulled ciders certainly can fit the bill, but a mug of rich hot chocolate is a holiday season staple.

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(StatePoint) It’s become an annual tradition that as soon as we bid adieu to chrysanthemums, the cornucopias and the turkey dinner, the frantic countdown to Christmas begins. From the countless holiday soirees and batches of bulk baking, to battling the crowds in a futile attempt to secure t…

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Early in the Covid-19 pandemic, everybody stuck at home tried their hand at cooking. People posted photos of their elaborate dishes on social media with hashtags like #Coronavriuscooking, and baking sales boomed.

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The combination of savory meat, aromatic herbs, and sweet and tangy fruit in this stuffed pork is so incredible you won't set your fork down until you devour every bite. It's easy to make and quick to prep, but impressive when served. Guests will be amazed and wowed.Ingredients1 3-4 lb pork …

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(Family Features) It's often a challenge on cold, dreary days to pull yourself out from under the warm covers. Even though you know the importance of a satisfying breakfast before heading to work or dropping the kids off at school, that cool chill may keep you hitting snooze.

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(Family Features) Despite a busy holiday schedule, you can take the stress out of entertaining and cooking by planning ahead and simplifying your menu.

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We love stuffing recipes that are uncomplicated and we really loved the use of sausage in this recipe. It gives the stuffing tons of flavor. If you like things a bit spicy, use hot sausage in the side dish. This stuffing turns out nice and moist. But, taking the foil off for the last 10 minu…

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If you love dark chocolate and peppermint you will just LOVE these cookies. They taste of Christmas! The cookie is dense and chewy at the same time with just the right amount of peppermint. Dark chocolate and peppermint are a fantastic flavor combination. Serve these to Santa and he may stay…

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Stacker compiled a list of 15 global Jewish holiday recipes and their histories from Allrecipes.com, news reports, Jewish historical sites, and Jewish recipe developers.

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When hosting friends and family at home, it’s understandable that hosts direct so much of their focus to the foods they plan to serve. The main course is often the focal point and most memorable aspect of a dinner party, and that’s true whether the get-together is a backyard barbecue, a holi…

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What would the holidays be without decadent desserts? In fact, the season is synonymous with cookies and other baked treats, so much so that families often incorporate holiday baking into their annual traditions.

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Member's Choice! Prime rib is an expensive cut of meat so having a foolproof method of cooking it is key. Follow Deb's instructions and you'll have a tender, succulent roast your family will love. There are no fancy seasonings in this recipe - just salt and pepper. The true flavor of the mea…

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We've tested many corn pudding recipes and this version has no eggs, butter, or cheese. Not traditional, but boy is it good. The flavor of corn shines bright along with the sweet Jiffy cornbread. It's a no-frills corn pudding with terrific flavor. A simple Thanksgiving or Christmas side dish…

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The holiday season is right around the corner, and that means cooking and baking to accommodate home entertaining and gifting is about to pick up. It is customary to bring a host or hostess gift when visiting a friend or loved one, and a dessert that appeals to all ages can certainly fit the…

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(StatePoint) It’s become an annual tradition that as soon as we bid adieu to chrysanthemums, the cornucopias and the turkey dinner, the frantic countdown to Christmas begins. From the countless holiday soirees and batches of bulk baking, to battling the crowds in a futile attempt to secure t…

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Holiday entertaining revs up in autumn and continues into the new year. The prepared host or hostess understands the importance of having plenty of crowd-ready recipes on hand. Delicious, easy-to-prepare appetizers certainly should be in home cooks’ bag of holiday hosting tricks.

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As many return to the grind of work after the Thanksgiving holiday, there is comic relief to be found in the form of a Facebook post that has gone viral. Susan Weiss submitted a post to Marie Callender's page complaining about the state of her Thanksgiving dessert. Marie Callender's response…

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(StatePoint) As we find ourselves surrounded by an abundance of this year’s “must-have” items, our shopping lists are often dictated by retail experts all claiming to offer the ultimate gift-giving guide. But there’s no need to spend a fortune or face the aggravation of competing with crowds…

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(Family Features) Seeking comfort from the cold in the form of a wholesome meal is a perfect way to cap off a day with loved ones. During the winter months when brisk temperatures chill you to the bone, warming up with hearty dishes at the family table can bring everyone together.

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