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Recipes I've mentioned in previous posts.

Spiced Nuts
Goat Cheese Spread

Black Bean Soup/Stew
Peanut Soup (linked in the post)
Today's Beef Stew
Sausage, White Bean and Kale Soup
Thrown Together Soup
Squash Bomb Soup

Main Dishes
Cheeseburger Pie (not really a recipe, more of an idea or a method)
Enchiladas (links to homemade tortillas, enchilada sauce, taco seasoning
Hoppin' John (links to two recipes)
Thai Chicken Curry (method)
Beef, Squash and Kale Mess
Ham and Bell Pepper Frittata (I subbed 4 oz. fresh spinach for the peppers)
Curried Lentil Soup
Whole Wheat Pizza Dough
Easter Pizza (just an idea, not a recipe)
Chicken and Chickpea Curry
Mrs. Thornton's Pork Chop Casserole
A Most Delicious Curry
Bacon-Wrapped Chicken Tenders
Thrown Together Soup

Zucchini Relish (linked in the post)
Cottage Cheese

Sautéed Fresh Mixed Vegetables

Easy Peppermint Bark
Snappy Turtle Cookies
Easy Decorated Sugar Cookies

How to …
Parsley Salt
Preserving Fresh Horseradish
Crushed Red Pepper (again, more of a method)
How to cook a spaghetti squash
Peanut Butter


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