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101 Things To Do With A Casserole - cover

101 Things To Do With A Casserole

Stephanie Ashcraft, Janet Eyring

Publisher: Gibbs Smith

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Hearty recipes to make for every meal—or freeze for later—plus helpful hints and tips!   Call it a one-pot, a casserole, or a hot dish, no one can deny the convenience and satisfaction these traditional meals provide. Whether you have late nights at work and want something homemade to heat up, or have limited ingredients and finicky kids, the mighty casserole is the answer to the grumbling in everyone's tummy.   From the authors of the bestselling 101 Things to Do with a Slow Cooker and 101 More Things to Do with a Slow Cooker comes a new book in this million-copy-selling series—with recipes for: ·      Blueberry French Toast Casserole ·      Grandma's Chicken Potpie ·      Indiana Corn Lover Casserole ·      Hash Brown Heaven ·      Sloppy Joe Pie ·      Home-Style Shells and Cheese and more!
Available since: 07/13/2005.
Print length: 128 pages.

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