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Country Woman Dinner Recipes

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Meet the Cook: As a cattle rancher, my husband's a big fan of beef. For him to comment on a poultry dish is rare. But he always tells me, "I love this casserole!" I first tasted it at a potluck; now, I fix it for my family (we have a 3-year-old daughter) once or twice a month, and I'm asked to take it to most every get-together. -Rochelle Brownlee, Big Timber, Montana
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Tenderloin with Creamy Garlic Sauce

Tenderloin with Creamy Garlic Sauce

Tenderloin with Creamy Garlic Sauce

Served with green beans, garlic mashed potatoes and seven-layer salad, this is the main course at my family's annual Christmas gathering. Even those who aren't fond of meat comment on its tenderness and flavor. Likely, since garlic goes well with everything, the sauce'd be good with pork or poultry besides. My husband and I have a 16-year-old son and a 15-year-old daughter. -Beth Taylor, Chapin, South Carolina

Quick Golden Stew

Quick Golden Stew

Quick Golden Stew

This complete meal can be prepared in a hurry. Yet it has a rich goodness that tastes like you fussed.

Wasabi Beef Fajitas

Wasabi Beef Fajitas

Wasabi Beef Fajitas

Beef fajitas get an Eastern spin with gingerroot, sesame oil and wasabi, a type of Japanese horseradish. You can find it in the Asian section at your supermarket. —Taste of Home Test Kitchen
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Sliced Ham with Roasted Vegetables

Sliced Ham with Roasted Vegetables

Sliced Ham with Roasted Vegetables

To prepare this colorful, zesty oven meal, I "shop" in my backyard for the fresh garden vegetables and oranges (we have our own tree!) that spark the ham's hearty flavor. It's my family's favorite main dish.

Straw and Hay

Straw and Hay

Straw and Hay

Years after I clipped this recipe from a local newspaper, it's still one of my husband's and my favorites. Sometimes I substitute shrimp or scallops for the ham. We can't decide which way we like it more!

Ham and Vegetable Roll-ups

Ham and Vegetable Roll-ups

Ham and Vegetable Roll-ups

My fiance and I like to hunt for wild asparagus come the spring. He's not much of a vegetable eater—but when I roll up these easy, nutritious appetizers, he can't get enough of them. The roll-ups are ideal for children too—they're a fun way to "disguise" vegetables they usually turn down!

Ole Polenta Casserole

Ole Polenta Casserole

Ole Polenta Casserole

With plenty of ground beef and cheese, this layered bake goes over big on the dinner table. Adjust the amount of hot pepper sauce to suit your taste.—Angela Biggin, Lyons, Illinois

Meatball Pie

Meatball Pie

Meatball Pie

I grew up on a farm, so I took part in 4-H Club cooking activities. I still love to prepare and serve classic, wholesome recipes such as this meat and veggie pie. —Susan Keith, Fort Plain, New York

Meaty Bean Casserole

Meaty Bean Casserole

Meaty Bean Casserole

"Bean" in the mood for some filling fare to serve your family? Nothing fits the bill quite like this recipe. Two kinds of meat make it doubly delicious.—Kathy Both, Rocky Mountain House, Alberta

Dilly Corned Beef and Cabbage

Dilly Corned Beef and Cabbage

Dilly Corned Beef and Cabbage

One year, when St. Patrick's Day was coming near, I knew what would happen if I served plain cabbage again—the kids would all take one look and go "yuck"! So I decided to try this recipe. It's now become more or less a family tradition for us come every March 17. In fact, my husband (we're the parents of four and grandparents of five) likes it so much I fix it for him year-round. Friends enjoy it a great deal, too—it makes a great-looking platter!

Stuffed Ham Rolls with Cheese Sauce

Stuffed Ham Rolls with Cheese Sauce

Stuffed Ham Rolls with Cheese Sauce

These rolls are ideal for a brunch, lunch or dinner served with fresh corn bread muffins. If you'd like, try garnishing the ham rolls with parsley, cherry tomatoes and fancy sandwich picks.—Agnes Bucko, Kunkletown, Pennsylvania
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