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Ultimate Pot Roast

When juicy pot roast simmers in garlic, onions and veggies, everyone comes running to ask, “When can we eat?” The answer? Wait for it. —Nick Iverson, Taste of Home Lead Test Cook
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Carrot Cake with Pecan Frosting

Carrot Cake with Pecan Frosting

Carrot Cake with Pecan Frosting

My husband constantly requests this homey, old-fashioned version of carrot cake. The frosting is still tasty even without the pecans. —Adrian Badon, Denham Springs, Louisiana

Italian Salad with Lemon Vinaigrette

Italian Salad with Lemon Vinaigrette

Italian Salad with Lemon Vinaigrette

For an Italian twist on salad, I mix greens with red onion, mushrooms, olives, pepperoncini, lemon juice and seasoning. Add tomatoes and carrots if you like. —Deborah Loop, Clinton Township, Michigan

Cannelloni-Style Lasagna

Cannelloni-Style Lasagna

Cannelloni-Style Lasagna

I created this lasagna, combining two family favorite dishes, for our family's Christmas celebration. It was extra special because my parents had just come back from a trip to Italy. —Deborah Loop, Clinton Township, Michigan
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Split Pea Soup with Bacon & Crab

Split Pea Soup with Bacon & Crab

Split Pea Soup with Bacon & Crab

Many split pea soups use ham and bacon for good, smoky flavor. Taking it one amazing step further-add crab. Freeze this one without toppings (freeze the cooked bacon separately), then reheat soup in a saucepan. Feel free to add more chicken stock or broth when reheating if you need it. Sprinkle bacon and fresh crab on top of bowls of hot soup. Stephen Exel, Des Moines, Illinois

Roasted Carrots with Thyme

Roasted Carrots with Thyme

Roasted Carrots with Thyme

Cutting the carrots lengthwise makes this dish look extra pretty.—Deirdre Cox, Kansas City, Missouri

Apple-Marinated Chicken & Vegetables

Apple-Marinated Chicken & Vegetables

Apple-Marinated Chicken & Vegetables

I actually invented this at a campground, so you know it's easy. Using the same marinade for the chicken and veggies keeps it simple so we can spend more time outside and less making dinner. —Jayme Schertz, Clintonville, Wisconsin

Ultimate Pot Roast

Ultimate Pot Roast

Ultimate Pot Roast

When juicy pot roast simmers in garlic, onions and veggies, everyone comes running to ask, “When can we eat?” The answer? Wait for it. —Nick Iverson, Taste of Home Lead Test Cook

Mushroom-Bean Bourguignon

Mushroom-Bean Bourguignon

Mushroom-Bean Bourguignon

In our family, Boeuf Bourguignon has been a staple for generations. I wanted a meatless alternative. All this dish needs is a French baguette. —Sonya Labbe, West Hollywood, California

Beef Short Ribs in Burgundy Sauce

Beef Short Ribs in Burgundy Sauce

Beef Short Ribs in Burgundy Sauce

As an Army general, my stepdad got this recipe from his aide, who said it was his mother's best Sunday meal. It’s a mouthwatering family favorite. —Judy Batson, Tampa, Florida

Quick Chicken & Wild Rice Soup

Quick Chicken & Wild Rice Soup

Quick Chicken & Wild Rice Soup

My mother-in-law raves about the chicken and rice soup we serve at our house. I tweaked the recipe several times to get it just right. —Teresa Jacobson, St. Johns, Florida

Cheddar, Corn & Potato Chowder

Cheddar, Corn & Potato Chowder

Cheddar, Corn & Potato Chowder

Curry gives this just the right amount of zip without being overpowering. I especially like all the veggies in the recipe. My kids always loved it, even when they were young, and I always had to make a double or triple batch to make sure we had enough leftovers.—Becky Ruff, McGregor, Iowa
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