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Whether you're putting out fires in a literal sense or putting out metaphorical fires in your day-to-day life, you need a meal that fills you up and lets you relax. Firefighter Spaghetti lights a gentle hearth inside your soul to warm you up from head to toe: tender pasta, savory chicken, and a creamy, tangy sauce come together to maximize comfort and fuel you for whatever tomorrow holds. Topped with a crunchy, buttery crust and infused with melty cheese throughout, Firefighter Spaghetti is bursting with amazing flavors. This dish makes enough for everyone, with plenty of leftovers, so tomorrow is touched with great taste too!

Posted: April 25
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This casserole invokes turquoise waters and bright sunshine even while you're shaking off the winter cold. Coastal Casserole is filled with pink, sweet shrimp and salty crab in a bed of fluffy rice and tender vegetables; it's everything you could want from a full seafood dinner in one dish. Topped with sharp melty cheese and infused with seafood seasoning, Coastal Casserole might just be the best casserole from coast to coast!

Posted: March 17
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What makes a Tennessee Meatloaf from Tennessee? It's the inclusion of hot pepper sauce that adds some gratifying heat to the tender meat! The meatloaf itself is a mix of juicy beef, sweet pork, and tender veal made even more savory when mixed with Worcestershire sauce and mustard. Topped with a sweet and tangy glaze, Tennessee Meatloaf is always a welcome dinner, ideal for church dinners or weeknight meal prep! Other meatloaves should watch out!

Posted: March 4
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If it's Betty-White-approved, it must be good! Betty White's Favorite French Fries are crispy perfection, infused with tangy vinegar and seasoned with salt for the ultimate savory, fried treat. These fries blow all the other fries out of the water – you'll never settle for soggy takeout fries again when you hear the crunch of these double-fried treats! Betty White's Favorite French Fries can be dipped in your favorite condiments for a delicious and crunchy appetizer, snack, or side dish.

Posted: May 4
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The only sin in Mississippi Sin Sliders is how sinfully good they taste! Mississippi Sin is actually a creamy, cheesy, and savory dip infused with bacon bits—a dip that's lovingly spread on both sides of the buttery rolls in each slider. With a few slices of warmed ham for extra meatiness, Mississippi Sin Sliders are more than welcome at tailgating parties, barbeques, and any other sunny get-together. They're perfect for tearing, sharing, and slicing up, and you can have them ready for the party in just an hour! You may want to make two batches because these go fast!

Posted: April 28
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French Toast Skillet takes the rich, custardy flavors of traditional French toast and cranks up the decadence! Thick-cut bread is soaked in a creamy sauce and then coated in a thick, buttery, and sweet caramel sauce. Cooked to a gorgeous golden brown, French Toast Skillet makes a beautiful breakfast that will help your day feel bright.

Posted: February 8
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We've all had those days when you just want dinner done with so you can get back to relaxing. Lazy Pork Chops satisfy both that need for rest and your tastebuds with juicy-on-the-inside, crispy-on-the-outside pork chops that require little effort. It only takes 30 minutes and 8 quick steps to cook Lazy Pork Chops to crunchy, savory perfection, so you can instead focus on what matters: getting the most from your free time!

Posted: March 7
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Cottage Potatoes prove that potatoes can be more than just side dish fare; they can be the mouthwatering main. Rustic, hearty, and heartwarming, Cottage Potatoes blend the best of mashed potatoes and potato casserole to serve up something irresistible. This creamy, cheesy, savory goodness, with plenty of richness and crunch from the buttery cornflake crust, creates a chorus of "wow, that is good" from everyone who tastes it. Cottage Potatoes will become the best memory of your next dinner party or potluck, and one you'll want to relive again and again.

Posted: April 26
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We have Denmark to thank for the original creation of the beloved Wisconsin Kringle. The golden-brown dough is made with lots of love and filled with sweet, walnut-infused goodness. Shaped into the most beautiful yet simple braid and drizzled with a sugary glaze, it's a feast for the eyes. But never fear–Wisconsin Kringle is never too beautiful to eat.

Posted: May 2
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The secret to Secret Baked Chicken is just how simple it actually is even as it explodes with flavor. The chicken is brined to ensure its juiciness and savoriness and then coated in garlicky, smoky, and warm spices. Secret Baked Chicken only takes 35 minutes to make, so the other secret is that it can be made in a hurry even though it tastes like a slow-cooked masterpiece! You may want to keep this secret to yourself!

Posted: March 7