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Comfort Food Recipes

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Grandma's Seafood Chowder

My grandmother makes this recipe every year for Christmas morning – the only time I've ever had it. Why wait, when you can enjoy this satisfying chowder anytime? —Melissa Beyer, Utica, New York
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Kahlua Hot Chocolate

Kahlua Hot Chocolate

Kahlua Hot Chocolate

When we want a cup of hot chocolate, we prefer homemade over store mixes. A splash of Kahlúa adds a touch of fabulous. —Chung-Ah Rhee, Hollywood, California

Cinnamon-Sugar Apple Pie

Cinnamon-Sugar Apple Pie

Cinnamon-Sugar Apple Pie

Apple pie baked in a cast iron skillet is a real stunner. This beauty, with its flaky, tender crust, also works in a 9-inch deep-dish pie plate. —Renee Schettler Rossi, New York, New York

7UP Pound Cake

7UP Pound Cake

7UP Pound Cake

My grandmother gave me my first cake recipe—a pound cake using 7UP—and her grandmother gave it to her. On top of being delicious, it represents family tradition, connection and love. —Marsha Davis, Desert Hot Springs, California

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Simple Luncheon Salad

Simple Luncheon Salad

Simple Luncheon Salad

"For a bridal shower or summer buffet, this colorful crunchy chicken salad is a perfect choice," notes Pat Stevens, field editor from Granbury, Texas.

Apricot-Coconut French Toast

Apricot-Coconut French Toast

Apricot-Coconut French Toast

As a busy activity director in RV parks, Jean Groen of Apache Junction, Arizona recalls, “I was always looking for easy food to prepare for various functions. This breakfast dish always brought raves and recipe requests!” JEAN’S TIP: “Leftovers, if there are any, are wonderful. Just microwave them for 15 seconds per slice.”

Gelatin Christmas Ornaments

Gelatin Christmas Ornaments

Gelatin Christmas Ornaments

Muffin tins are the key to making these individual gelatin salads. Once chilled, they're easy to embellish with mayonnaise, sour cream or whipped cream. Maraschino cherries with stems give the look of wire hangers.
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Herb-Brined Turkey

Herb-Brined Turkey

Herb-Brined Turkey

For an impressive main course, look here. The moist, flavorful bird will have guests counting the minutes until carving time. — Scott Rugh, Portland, Oregon

Mixed Bean Salad

Mixed Bean Salad

Mixed Bean Salad

Making this colorful salad a day ahead gives it time to marinate. We love its flavorful tangy-sweet dressing.

Waldorf Turkey Salad

Waldorf Turkey Salad

Waldorf Turkey Salad

Crisp apples, celery and walnuts teamed with lean poultry turn any meal into a picnic. The combination of tastes and textures makes this Waldorf Turkey Salad a cool classic. —Mitzi Sentiff, Annapolis, Maryland

Rhubarb Cherry Cobbler

Rhubarb Cherry Cobbler

Rhubarb Cherry Cobbler

What could be more comforting than a fruit cobbler fresh from the oven? Here's a simple way to enjoy a springtime twist on the comforting favorite using fresh rhubarb and cherry pie filling. —Jill Head, Hilbert, Wisconsin

Microwave Texas Nachos

Microwave Texas Nachos

Microwave Texas Nachos

Ready in minutes these easy nachos are great for a light luncheon or snack, suggests Carl Dahlgren of Fort Worth, Texas.

Pineapple Colada Shake

Pineapple Colada Shake

Pineapple Colada Shake

With refreshing coconut and pineapple flavors, this frothy shake is sinfully delicious! With its hint of cinnamon and creamy texture, it just begs to be your poolside companion. —Melissa Jelinek, Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin

Mock Ice Cream Sandwiches

Mock Ice Cream Sandwiches

Mock Ice Cream Sandwiches

As a busy lawyer, I can't take my sweet time making ice cream treats. So my girl-friend and I came up with this one. The recipe cuts down of fat but not on flavor. I usually keep a bunch in the freezer. —Tony Kern of Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Roaring Twenties Spice Cake

Roaring Twenties Spice Cake

Roaring Twenties Spice Cake

My grandmother developed this cake during World War I when eggs were in short supply, as well as being very expensive if you could find them. This is not a sweet cake, and it is great for people who cannot eat eggs. It is also inexpensive to make. As an added bonus, you can change the cake's taste a little by frosting it or pouring pudding over it.

Fruited Coleslaw

Fruited Coleslaw

Fruited Coleslaw

“We all need to get more fruits and vegetables into our daily diet, and this dish is a great-tasting way to do it,” says Linda Stevens of Madison, Alabama.

Confetti Scrambled Egg Pockets

Confetti Scrambled Egg Pockets

Confetti Scrambled Egg Pockets

Dixie Terry's sunny specialty is a colorful crowd-pleaser. "My eight grandchildren often enjoy these egg-packed pitas for Saturday morning brunch...or with a light salad for supper," she informs from Goreville, Illinois.

Cranberry-Cashew Drop Cookies

Cranberry-Cashew Drop Cookies

Cranberry-Cashew Drop Cookies

This exceptional cookie features a wonderful chunky combination of cashews, dried cranberries and white chips. Make plenty. They will disappear quickly.
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