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Pork Chops Creole

Pork Chops Creole

Pork Chops Creole

A sure way to perk up pork chops is with this herbed creole sauce. You can adjust the range of seasonings to suit your tastes. The red sauce with a sprinkle of green parsley makes a pretty presentation on the plate.

Turkey Crescent Wreath

Turkey Crescent Wreath

Turkey Crescent Wreath

This savory wreath is as pretty to look at as it is to eat! When hosting a get-together the day after Thanksgiving las year, I prepared it using leftover turkey. Everyone enjoyed slices of it and asked for seconds. —Jane Jones of Cedar, Minnesota

Chicken with Cranberry Stuffing

Chicken with Cranberry Stuffing

Chicken with Cranberry Stuffing

I came up with this dish by combining various elements my family enjoyed from other recipes. It's a very pretty way to dress up plain chicken breast halves.—JoAnne Cloughly, East Worcester, New York

Seafood Bisque

Seafood Bisque

Seafood Bisque

We live on the Gulf Coast, where fresh seafood is plentiful. I adapted several recipes to come up with this rich bisque. It's great as a first course or an entree, and it can be made with just shrimp or crabmeat. —Pat Edwards Dauphin Island, Alabama

Roast Pork and Potatoes

Roast Pork and Potatoes

Roast Pork and Potatoes

Meet the Cook: We used to raise our own hogs. This recipe was given me by a fellow farmer who also had pork on the dinner table a couple of times a week. I'm a dietitian at the local VA hospital. Cooking, of course, is one of my top pastimes! My husband and I have four children and one grandson. -Denise Collins, Chillicothe, Ohio

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!

Turkey Lime Kabobs

Turkey Lime Kabobs

Turkey Lime Kabobs

My husband loves to grill these deliciously different turkey kabobs, and everyone gets a kick out of the zingy taste from the limes and jalapenos. Its tongue-tingling combination of flavors makes this one company dish that always draws compliments.

Teriyaki Glazed Chicken

Teriyaki Glazed Chicken

Teriyaki Glazed Chicken

I love to experiment with food. For this recipe, I took advantage of the sweet onions grown on Maui. My whole family just loves this main dish.

Where's the Squash Lasagna

Where's the Squash Lasagna

Where's the Squash Lasagna

I devised this recipe to hide zucchini from my unsuspecting grandchildren and any others who think they don't like it. It's always a hit at our house.

Trout Baked in Cream

Trout Baked in Cream

Trout Baked in Cream

Here's a quick and delicious way to serve trout. It's definitely one of our family's favorites.

Barbecued Trout

Barbecued Trout

Barbecued Trout

This delicious recipe came from a friend her in Mountain Home. The sauce really gives the fish a wonderful flavor. Even those who aren't that fond of fish will like it prepared this way. My husband and I have been married for 45 years and moved to this area after retiring 4 years ago. — Vivian Wolfram, Mountain Home, Arkansas
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