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You know what they say: when life gives you cold potatoes, make Fried Mashed Potato Balls. Well, that's what we say at least! Your Thanksgiving and holiday leftovers can now be transformed into crispy, cheesy, meaty spheres of satisfaction! With a touch of onion and garlic flavors for extra savoriness, Fried Mashed Potato Balls taste like the holiday festivities never stopped; they just got a second wind!

Posted: November 10
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Remember coming in from the cold and finding a steaming bowl of savory, thick, warming broth almost overflowing with tender beef? That feeling of taking off your coat and letting the stew melt the winter's grip off your cheeks is only a few ingredients away. Old-Fashioned Beef Stew is filled with nourishing vegetables and a deeply meaty broth that can revitalize you after being out in the blistering cold. Your face will flush, not with the chill, but with happiness!

Posted: November 18
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Simple Clam Chowder is a beloved staple of New England cuisine enjoyed throughout the year, whether in summer by the beach or in winter by the fire. Now you can bring those seaside flavors to your own kitchen. Simple Clam Chowder boasts a creamy, savory broth filled with tender-cooked potatoes, salty clams, and a burst of herbiness. Can any dish truly capture that feeling of the seaside? This soup can!

Posted: November 22
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We can prove that this Best-Ever Banana Pudding is the best-ever objectively. First, it's easy to make, with just three simple steps on the path to deliciousness. Second, Best-Ever Banana Pudding is fast, taking just 15 minutes or less to prepare. Finally, just look at it. Creamy, smooth, cool pudding that's bursting with floral flavors and crispy wafers, and layered throughout with honey-sweet bananas. No other proof is needed, besides just tasting it for yourself!

Posted: November 19
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Sometimes, especially when the nights get cold, we can all get a little nostalgic. Homesick Remedy Roast brings a little taste of comfort and home to remind you of those good times. The tender, savory pot roast cuts like butter and is beautifully flavored with herbs. With a hint of richness, Homesick Remedy Roast has a deeply welcoming scent and a taste of contentment. It's soul food in its purest form, sure to cure any case of homesickness.

Posted: November 22
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When the weather gets icy and your breath turns to steam, all you want is to come home to a steaming hot dinner ready to eat. Slow Cooker Sausage and Potato is the hearty dinner to end all hearty dinners, with peppery and smoky kielbasa and crispy hash browns packed with creamy chicken flavors. Mixed with melty sharp cheese and a sour cream tang, you'll marvel that this meal is such an easy set-it-and-forget-it affair. Slow Cooker Sausage and Potato will keep spirits bright during even the darkest winter!

Posted: November 10
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Baby potatoes have a buttery, nutty flavor even richer than regular russets. Roasted Baby Potatoes accentuate and elevate those flavors, adding a crispy exterior for a satisfying crunch. Coated with herby seasonings, Roasted Baby Potatoes literally burst with flavor. These tasty morsels are easy to make and quick to whip up. You'll have to refrain from making them all the time!

Posted: November 11
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Layers upon layers of tender potatoes and sweet onion sandwiching a creamy, cheesy sauce? Sounds heavenly! In fact, Simple Au Gratin Potatoes actually look like scoops of golden brown clouds. It's a fluffy, hearty side dish with an aroma that brings people to the dining room. Simple Au Gratin Potatoes make a perfect accompaniment to Thanksgiving dinner, steak, pork, chicken... anything you can imagine!

Posted: November 12
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There are classic sides, and there are legendary sides that people remember forever. Herb Roasted Potatoes are both. The crispy on the outside, fluffy on the inside heartiness of potatoes create a symphony with aromatic olive oil and fresh herbs that will have you forgetting about the main course. After making Herb Roasted Potatoes for Thanksgiving, you might just end up making it as a snack on chilly nights!

Posted: November 11
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Making cornbread in a cast-iron skillet is the traditional Southern way, and for good reason; the cast iron imparts an extra buttery, crispy crust, making the interior taste that much more delicate. Skillet Cornbread is a hearty (with just a touch of sweet) accompaniment to any meal, whether that's a Thanksgiving turkey, a bacon and eggs breakfast, or simply a snack with butter and honey. This golden brown Skillet Cornbread pleases crowds and taste buds alike with a harvest-happy flavor!

Posted: November 9