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Tomato Recipes

Fresh and flavorful tomatoes are certainly something to celebrate. From tomato soup, tomato sauce and tomato basil to topping tomatoes on pasta, salads and sides, try one of these family-favorite tomato recipes today.

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King Burgers

King Burgers

King Burgers

My husband is a grill master, and we make up recipes together. The sauce for this juicy burger tastes even better when it's been refrigerated overnight. —Mary Potter, Sterling Heights, Michigan

My Best-Ever Jambalaya

My Best-Ever Jambalaya

My Best-Ever Jambalaya

I tried to mimic Jambalaya from my favorite restaurant and it turned out so well my daughter and husband now prefer my recipe and won't order it when we go to the restaurant! —Alexis Van Vulpen, St. Albert, Alberta

Weeknight Taco Soup

Weeknight Taco Soup

Weeknight Taco Soup

I don't often get soups right, not even chicken noodle soup. But this one, with no recipe, worked out better than I had thought. I'm proud to say it's delicious. —Amanda Swartz, Goderich, Ontario

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Best Chicken Tortilla Soup

Best Chicken Tortilla Soup

Best Chicken Tortilla Soup

Chock-full of veggies and autumn color, this soup is ideal for using up fresh garden bounty. Add richness by first grilling the chicken and vegetables. —Kathy Averbeck, Dousman, Wisconsin

Hearty Black-Eyed Pea Salad

Hearty Black-Eyed Pea Salad

Hearty Black-Eyed Pea Salad

This recipe is great any time of the year. It's easy to make and tastes so good. I often take it along on summer picnics.

Three-Cheese Quiche

Three-Cheese Quiche

Three-Cheese Quiche

Try eggs and cheese at their best. Guests often remark that this crustless entree is so tall, light and fluffy. Even men who “don’t eat quiche” love it!
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Mexican Green Salad

Mexican Green Salad

Mexican Green Salad

“I was experimenting with Mexican-type dressings when I came up with this recipe,” recalls Betty Palmer from Paradise, California. “You can add chili beans or refried beans to make this salad more filling.”

Pigskin Sandwiches

Pigskin Sandwiches

Pigskin Sandwiches

Guests won't need much coaching to run for the sandwiches when they're served on tasty football buns, like those I baked for a theme party. They were part of a sporty dinner I planned for residents at a nursing home, where I head the food staff. —Sister Judith LaBrozzi Canton, Ohio

Spice It Up Soup

Spice It Up Soup

Spice It Up Soup

Turkey Italian sausage and jalapeno peppers add kick to this chunky soup. "The original recipe called for a lot of butter and three cooking pots. I eliminated the butter and tossed the ingredients together in just one pot," says Guyla Cooper from Enville, Tennessee. "My husband really enjoys this meaty soup, so I make plenty and freeze what's left over in individual servings for his lunches."

Cottage Cheese Confetti Salad

Cottage Cheese Confetti Salad

Cottage Cheese Confetti Salad

When I was growing up, this light but satisfying salad often took center stage as our supper during summer. My mother served it with a platter of smoked fish and good country-style rye bread with unsalted butter.

Savory Braised Beef

Savory Braised Beef

Savory Braised Beef

FOR the first time in 23 years, I'm again cooking for two. It's quite an adjustment, but I'm getting adept at making the changes. But my husband and I enjoy this delicious dish—with meat, potatoes and vegetables, it's a meal in itself. —Eva Knight Nashua, New Hampshire

Pizza Turnovers

Pizza Turnovers

Pizza Turnovers

—Janet Crouch, Three Hills, Alberta

Asian Asparagus

Asian Asparagus

Asian Asparagus

I don't mask tastes with heavy sauces, and I use oils sparingly. This is an easy-to-fix stir-fry offers a delightful garlic-orange sauce that keeps the spotlight on the vegetables.—Lee Ann Odell, Erie , Colorado

Colorful Quinoa Salad

Colorful Quinoa Salad

Colorful Quinoa Salad

My youngest daughter recently learned she has to avoid gluten, dairy and eggs, which gave me a new challenge in the kitchen. I put this dish together as a side we could all share. We love it for leftovers, too. —Catherine Turnbull, Burlington, Ontario

Lentil and Pasta Stew

Lentil and Pasta Stew

Lentil and Pasta Stew

Warm up with a big bowl of this stick-to-your-ribs stew that’s chock-full of chopped smoked sausage, hearty veggies and tender lentils. It’s terrific with oven-fresh baked bread. —Geraldine Saucier, Albuquerque, New Mexico

Curry Chicken and Rice

Curry Chicken and Rice

Curry Chicken and Rice

I updated this chicken and rice dish by adding veggies and cashews to give it fresh and crunchy appeal. The green chilies in the tomatoes give it just the right little kick, but if you really like spice, add fresh, diced jalapeño. —Denise Klibert, Shreveport, Louisiana

Jicama Romaine Salad

Jicama Romaine Salad

Jicama Romaine Salad

Stephanie Homme and her family in Baton Rouge, Louisiana are real fans of jicama. “It’s a Mexican root vegetable that’s like a cross between a turnip and sweet potato,” she explains. “It’s juicy, sweet and adds crunch and heat to this wonderful salad with feisty Mexican flair.”
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