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For a fun and flavorful baked fiesta, cook ground beef and chopped onions with tomato soup, diced tomatoes and taco seasoning mix. Add cooked macaroni and bake with a scrumptious topping of corn chips, Cheddar and Monterey Jack cheese!
This classic comfort food consists of Mexican zucchini rounds simmered in stewed tomatoes, onions, and garlic then loaded with mild cheddar cheese.
These Irish mashed potatoes are quick and easy to prepare. They are made with a simple mix of potatoes, butter, and cream for a tasty side dish.
Baked salmon makes an excellent Christmas main course!
Rye flour, cocoa powder, instant coffee, and caraway seeds are the secret ingredients to making pumpernickel bagels at home.
My mom taught me this trick for baking fish while keeping the moisture and flavors in. It is nearly foolproof and adapts easily; substitute regular oranges or other citrus, herbs and oils to your taste. Parchment paper is available in most grocery stores.
Root vegetables are topped with biscuits and Colby Jack cheese for a hearty and warm dinner. Use leftover or refrigerated biscuits!
Classic monkey bread gets a sweet and sticky addition of butterscotch in this family-pleasing breakfast.
Far tastier than anything bottled, this blue cheese dressing boasts minced herbs and fresh garlic. Refrigerate prior to serving so flavors can mingle.