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Creamy Eggs & Mushrooms Au Gratin

Creamy Eggs & Mushrooms Au Gratin

Creamy Eggs & Mushrooms Au Gratin

When I want a brunch recipe that has the crowd appeal of scrambled eggs but is a little more special, I turn to this dish. The Parmesan sauce is simple but rich and delicious.—Deb Williams, Peoria, Arizona

Creamy Sausage-Mushroom Rigatoni

Creamy Sausage-Mushroom Rigatoni

Creamy Sausage-Mushroom Rigatoni

When visiting Rome, we enjoyed an amazing dinner at a restaurant near the Pantheon. It lasted three hours! The restaurant is now gone, but its memory lives on in this tasty little dish. —Barbara Roozrokh, Brookfield, Wisconsin

Creamy Vegetable Turkey Soup

Creamy Vegetable Turkey Soup

Creamy Vegetable Turkey Soup

We've been making this a lot in my house, and it's fun to try different shapes of pasta. Wagon wheels are one of our top picks. —Nancy Beyer, Hayden Lake, Idaho
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Festive Fall Tortellini Toss

Festive Fall Tortellini Toss

Festive Fall Tortellini Toss

Fall is my favorite season and I love the foods of autumn, such as mushrooms, squash, apples and walnuts. I combined these all with pasta to make a delicious side dish perfect for sharing at a potluck; the recipe can easily be doubled and can be served either warm or at room temperature.—Roxanne Chan, Albany, California

Full Garden Frittata

Full Garden Frittata

Full Garden Frittata

I was cooking for a health-conscious friend, and wanted to serve a frittata. To brighten it up, I added leftover bruschetta topping and fresh mozzarella. Now that's breakfast. It's become a favorite among my friends and family, and a staple in my recipe book. —Melissa Rosenthal, Vista, California

Grandma's Seafood Chowder

Grandma's Seafood Chowder

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

Grilled Chicken with Arugula Salad

Grilled Chicken with Arugula Salad

Grilled Chicken with Arugula Salad

When my husband first found out he had diabetes, I was challenged to start cooking old family favorites in new, healthy ways that he would love just as much. This was the first one that made him say, "I can eat like this all the time!" Shiitake and oyster are some of my favorite mushrooms to use. —Lynne Keast, Monte Sereno, California

Ham Steaks with Gruyere, Bacon & Mushrooms

Ham Steaks with Gruyere, Bacon & Mushrooms

Ham Steaks with Gruyere, Bacon & Mushrooms

This meat-lover’s breakfast has a big "wow" factor. It’s one of my favorites because the Gruyere, bacon and fresh mushrooms in the topping are a great combination.—Lisa Speer, Palm Beach, Florida

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

Meatless Mushroom & Black Bean Chili

Meatless Mushroom & Black Bean Chili

Meatless Mushroom & Black Bean Chili

This bold-flavored chili is so stuffed with beans and spices that I bet no one notices the missing meat. I like to serve it with either crackers, tortilla chips, cornbread or grilled cheese sandwiches.—Frederick Hilliard, Charleston, West Virginia

Moo Shu Mushroom Wraps

Moo Shu Mushroom Wraps

Moo Shu Mushroom Wraps

With so many awesome veggies out there, I'm always playing around with the ingredients in these sandwiches. Sometimes I add extra protein, too—chicken, shrimp, pork, beef and tofu all work. Check for Sriracha and hoisin sauces in the Asian or international foods section of your grocery store. —Athena Russell, Florence, South Carolina
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