i'm not sure where she got the recipe, but my sister started making this decades ago when we were teens and my children continue the tradition at holidays.
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my sister in law made this for a family gathering over the labor day weekend. she got this out of an old avon cookbook when she was a teenager. it doesn't have any add ins and i think that is the beauty of it. if you like add ins there are many many other
warning! this is delish! sauce is made from scratch (easy). the combination of cheeses and cream cheese is wonderful! i add a little less cheese than what is called for, but if you are like my mom then you will like the amount of cheese called for. the pr
i found this on the back of a bag of frozen chicken breasts. there were five things i liked about this recipe; it was easy, it is weight watchers core friendly, it smelled great cooking, it was tasty, and i didn't have to remember to thaw the meat. i ser
this is a different twist on the overnight breakfast strata concept. crabmeat, shrimp, artichokes, and pesto bread cubes give this a unique taste. plan ahead - once prepared, this needs to sit in the fridge overnight before baking.
if you camp this is a great "warm up your insides" on pot meal. i'll sometimes make this at home because the flavor is just slightly different than tradition all spaghetti. i think the cast iron pot gives it it's flavor.
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