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Southwestern Potpie with Cornmeal Biscuits

Southwestern Potpie with Cornmeal Biscuits

Southwestern Potpie with Cornmeal Biscuits

My Southwestern-inspired potpie—full of sweet and spicy pork, corn, beans and chilies—is a sure-fire winner for any gathering. The cornmeal gives the biscuits a little extra crunch. —Andrea Bolden, Unionville, Tennessee

Spice-Rubbed Ribs

Spice-Rubbed Ribs

Spice-Rubbed Ribs

For grilling, here's the rub I recommend. It's made with a wonderful blend of spices. If you have some left after making ribs, put it in a shaker and use it another day on pork or beef roasts, tenderloins, steaks and more. It's great alone or under sauce. —Cheryl Ewing, Ellwood City, Pennsylvania

Spinach-Stuffed Pork Tenderloin

Spinach-Stuffed Pork Tenderloin

Spinach-Stuffed Pork Tenderloin

Here's my favorite roast recipe, complete with an easy lesson on how to butterfly and stuff the meat with mouthwatering filling. Just follow the directions and refer to the how-to-photos.—Taste of Home Test Kitchen
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Sweet and Savory Pulled Beef Dinner

Sweet and Savory Pulled Beef Dinner

Sweet and Savory Pulled Beef Dinner

Flavorful pulled beef is great served over rice or noodles for a more formal meal, or inside hard rolls for casual party sandwiches.—Patty Manocchi, Glenville, New York

Tangy Sweet and Sour Pork

Tangy Sweet and Sour Pork

Tangy Sweet and Sour Pork

My children always asked for this wonderful and tangy pork dish when they came home from school for the weekend. Today, they still appreciate the stir-fry's comforting flavor.

Turkey Scallopini

Turkey Scallopini

Turkey Scallopini

Quick-cooking turkey breast slices make this recipe a winner when you only have a few minutes to fix a satisfying meal. I've also used flattened boneless skinless chicken breast halves in place of the turkey of this entree. —Karen Adams, Cleveland, Tennessee

Winning Country Cassoulet

Winning Country Cassoulet

Winning Country Cassoulet

This dish is one that I make frequently—my husband's a bean lover! We (our family includes two sons, 9 and 7) live not far from the Pennsylvania border, and there are still farms in our area of the state. Our home's on 2 acres of land, with a vegetable garden plus fruit trees and berry bushes.

Beef 'n' Sausage Lasagna

Beef 'n' Sausage Lasagna

Beef 'n' Sausage Lasagna

Here's a traditional lasagna with a dash of imagination. I make it different by using cream cheese and white cheddar. The layering is unusual, too, with meat on the bottom and cheese on top.

Caraway Beef Roast

Caraway Beef Roast

Caraway Beef Roast

Meet the Cook: It seems there aren't many beef roasts that are both extra-special and extra-easy. This one is, though. There have been many Sundays when I've put it in the oven as we're walking out the door to go to church and had no trouble getting it on the table right around noon. Over the years, many men have requested that I copy the recipe for their wives. "I love the gravy!" they'll say. My husband's a farmer, and we have five children - all of them now grown. -Beverly Swanson, Red Oak, Iowa

Chicken with Fettuccine

Chicken with Fettuccine

Chicken with Fettuccine

I always have a package of frozen chicken breasts on hand for making this entree. But leftover chicken or turkey works fine.—Marilyn Janssen, Dawson Creek, British Columbia
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