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Find simple recipes from our Simple and Delicious Magazine. Get simple recipes for appetizers, breakfast, dinner, and more simple recipes by course.

Pork Roast with Herb Rub

Pork Roast with Herb Rub

Pork Roast with Herb Rub

"A combination of dry herbs gives pork an out-of this-world flavor!" exclaims Carolyn Pope of Mason City, Iowa. "This wonderful, moist roast is a family favorite—and it makes great company fare too."

Cinnamon Snack Mix

Cinnamon Snack Mix

Cinnamon Snack Mix

The pleasant sweetness of this crisp, munchable mixture will surprise you. "I've taken it to my children's schools for parties or as a special treat," writes Donna Scully of Newark, Delaware. "I've also packaged it in bow-topped tins for special gifts."

Cran-Apple Salad

Cran-Apple Salad

Cran-Apple Salad

This tart and tasty salad goes so wonderfully with lots of different meals. Folks will think you slaved over it, but with less than five ingredients, preparation takes only minutes! Crunchy walnuts, celery and apples are special way to dress up canned sauce. —Lucille Foster Grant, Nebraska
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Fancy Fuss-Free Torte

Fancy Fuss-Free Torte

Fancy Fuss-Free Torte

Thanks to frozen pound cake and a can of pie filling, this torte's easy to make. If layers slide, keep them in place with toothpicks around the edges as you build. Just remove before serving. —Joan Causey, Greenwood, Arkansas

Peppery Philly Steaks

Peppery Philly Steaks

Peppery Philly Steaks

Since we love to cook and eat, my husband and I are always developing new recipes. This is one we especially enjoy when we have fresh peppers. Our home is a small mountain cabin that's 3 hours from town. We have no electricity or phone...and we cook about half the time on a wood stove. -Edie Fitch, Clifton, Arizona

Pork 'n' Pepper Tacos

Pork 'n' Pepper Tacos

Pork 'n' Pepper Tacos

As a Texas native, I prefer spicy food. But since my husband and I both work nights (I'm a nurse), I also need quick dishes like this. I've taken it to parties at work, too, and most tasters enjoy it - with an icy cold soda in most cases! -Jacquie Baldwin, Raleigh, North Carolina

Pickled Bell Peppers

Pickled Bell Peppers

Pickled Bell Peppers

Everyone around here knows me for this colorful, tasty dish. I serve the peppers with a lot of meals and other times I'll turn it into a salad for a weeknight cookout. —Heather Prendergast, Sundre, Alberta

Chile Relleno Sandwiches

Chile Relleno Sandwiches

Chile Relleno Sandwiches

Since I retired over 20 years ago, I don't cook as much anymore, but I love to make these zippy sandwiches.—Gladys Hill, Quilin, Missouri

Lemon-Lime Mousse

Lemon-Lime Mousse

Lemon-Lime Mousse

"For a light and refreshing dessert after any meal, try this tangy citrus treat," suggests field editor Kathryn Anderson of Wallkill, New York.

Peachy Pork Chops

Peachy Pork Chops

Peachy Pork Chops

Pork and peaches team for a palate-pleasing combination in this hearty main dish. The sweet peaches dot the stuffing and make an appealing golden glaze. Even the pickiest eaters will love these tempting stuffed chops. -Brenda DuFresne, Midland, Michigan



Summer Squash and Bell Pepper Saute with Bacon

Summer Squash and Bell Pepper Saute with Bacon

Summer Squash and Bell Pepper Saute with Bacon

YELLOW SQUASH with colorful bell peppers makes an attractive and delicious combination that goes well with many entrees. I enjoy experimenting with new recipes, and fortunately, my husband likes new dishes appearing on the table. -Maxine Lynch, Boise City, Oklahoma

Hearty Wild Rice Soup

Hearty Wild Rice Soup

Hearty Wild Rice Soup

When I was a judge at a local fair, this soup recipe received my highest score. Of all the recipes I tasted that day, it was the only one I went home with and has been a winner ever since. —Kathy Herink, Gladbrook, Iowa

Chunky Chicken Noodle Soup

Chunky Chicken Noodle Soup

Chunky Chicken Noodle Soup

Marjoram and thyme come through nicely in this old-fashioned soup that tastes just like Grandma used to make. You can modify the recipe to include vegetables your family enjoys. My kids love carrots, so I always toss in extra. —Coleen Martin, Brookfield, Wisconsin

Glazed Sprouts and Carrots

Glazed Sprouts and Carrots

Glazed Sprouts and Carrots

This recipe uses simple seasonings to turn this vegetable duo into a special side dish. It complements any dinner menu.—Page Alexander, Baldwin City, Kansas
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