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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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20 Favorite BLT Recipes

20 Favorite BLT Recipes

20 Favorite BLT Recipes

Put a new spin on a classic sandwich combination with these BLT recipes! Add bacon, lettuce and tomatoes to appetizers, salads, main dishes and more BLT-inspired dishes.

Contest-Winning Hearty Hamburger Soup

Contest-Winning Hearty Hamburger Soup

Contest-Winning Hearty Hamburger Soup

At family get-togethers, our children always request this spirit-warming soup along with a fresh loaf of homemade bread and tall glasses of milk. It has robust flavor, plenty of fresh-tasting vegetables and is easy to make. -Barbara Brown, Janesville, Wisconsin

Baked Chicken Fajitas

Baked Chicken Fajitas

Baked Chicken Fajitas

I can't remember when or where I found this recipe, but I've used it nearly every week since. We like it with hot sauce for added spice. -Amy Trinkle of Milwaukee, Wisconsin
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Slow-Cooked Carnitas

Slow-Cooked Carnitas

Slow-Cooked Carnitas

These hearty carnitas are delicious and easy to simmer in a slow cooker all day long. Sometimes, instead of using tortillas, I place the pork on top of shredded lettuce for a tasty salad. —Lisa Glogow, Aliso VIejo, California

Creamy Spinach Sausage Pasta

Creamy Spinach Sausage Pasta

Creamy Spinach Sausage Pasta

So rich and creamy, this pasta dish is wonderfully cheesy and delicious! And for time-saving convenience, I like to assemble it the night before, then bake it the next day. —Susie Sizemore, Collinsville, Virginia

Salami Pasta Salad

Salami Pasta Salad

Salami Pasta Salad

The first time I tasted this delicious salad was at my wedding, and I recall, even in the blur of that day, the recipe was in high demand. That was years ago and I'm still asked to bring it to cookouts and parties! —Sarah Ryan, Geneva, Ohio

Tuscan-Style Roasted Asparagus

Tuscan-Style Roasted Asparagus

Tuscan-Style Roasted Asparagus

This is especially wonderful when locally grown asparagus is in season and so easy for celebrations because you can serve it hot or cold. —Jannine Fisk, Malden, Massachusetts

Minestrone with Italian Sausage

Minestrone with Italian Sausage

Minestrone with Italian Sausage

I make this zippy, satisfying soup all the time, and it’s my dad’s favorite. The recipe makes a lot, and I have found that it freezes well and tastes just as great reheated. —Linda Reis Salem, Oregon

Holiday Tortellini Soup

Holiday Tortellini Soup

Holiday Tortellini Soup

Hearty and full of flavor, this Italian-style soup freezes well if you want to make it ahead or have leftovers to save for another day.—Michelle Goggins, Cedarburg, Wisconsin

Spicy Potato Soup

Spicy Potato Soup

Spicy Potato Soup

This recipe originally came courtesy of my sister-in-law, who is from Mexico. But since she prefers her foods much spicier that we do, I've cut back on the "heat" by reducing the amount of hot pepper sauce.— Audrey Wall, Industry, Pennsylvania

Beef Nacho Pie

Beef Nacho Pie

Beef Nacho Pie

I like to spend time in the garden, so I look for recipes that don't require hours in the kitchen. This savory Southwestern pie has a short list of ingredients and is a snap to prepare. —Doris Gill, Sargent, Nebraska

Pumpkin Stew

Pumpkin Stew

Pumpkin Stew

This special stew is the meal our two kids look forward to each fall because we only get to enjoy it when the fresh pumpkins come out of the garden. The stew is cooked and served right in the pumpkin shell. A true taste of autumn, it also makes a pretty presentation at a potluck. —Donna Mosher, Augusta, Montana

Curly Noodle Chicken Soup

Curly Noodle Chicken Soup

Curly Noodle Chicken Soup

I created this recipe for a dinner I hosted for a group of friends. The main course was Italian, and I needed a good soup, so I converted a favorite tortilla soup recipe by substituting pasta and adding different seasonings. —Maxine Pierson, San Ramon, California

Cream Cheese and Swiss Lasagna

Cream Cheese and Swiss Lasagna

Cream Cheese and Swiss Lasagna

I like to fix the chunky meat sauce for this dish the day before, so the flavors can blend. It serves 12, unless you have big eaters who will definitely want seconds. —Betty Pearson, Edgewater, Maryland
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