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Gluten-Free Goat Cheddar Mac and Cheese - Kid friendly, and NO cow dairy! -Creamy and delicious. - The Nourishing Gourmet

Gluten-Free Goat Cheddar Mac and Cheese - Kid friendly, and NO cow dairy! -Creamy and delicious. - The Nourishing Gourmet

Southern Style Collard Greens Recipe- 12/15 made this today, turn out very good, used a hambone I got from a friend

Southern Style Collard Greens Recipe- 12/15 made this today, turn out very good, used a hambone I got from a friend

This Three Cheese Bacon Mac & Cheese is the only pot of gold you need for your St. Patrick's Day dinner.

This Three Cheese Bacon Mac & Cheese is the only pot of gold you need for your St. Patrick's Day dinner.

Darren McGrady, former chef to Queen Elizabeth II and Princess Diana, found Cottage Pie to be the favorite childhood dish of Prince William.  A true British comfort food similar to a Shepard’s Pie, Cottage Pie uses ground beef instead of lamb.  In this recipe, a winter squash puree replaces the traditional potato topping.  Recipe: Squash-Topped Cottage Pies   - Delish.com

Darren McGrady, former chef to Queen Elizabeth II and Princess Diana, found Cottage Pie to be the favorite childhood dish of Prince William. A true British comfort food similar to a Shepard’s Pie, Cottage Pie uses ground beef instead of lamb. In this recipe, a winter squash puree replaces the traditional potato topping. Recipe: Squash-Topped Cottage Pies - Delish.com

Warm Collard Green Dip.  warm, creamy dip, fully loaded with a pound of collards, plus onion, red bell pepper and garlic.

Warm Collard Green Dip. warm, creamy dip, fully loaded with a pound of collards, plus onion, red bell pepper and garlic.

TRIED-wonderful, especially if you're Italian and love garlic. I used whatever cheeses I had, cheddar and parm, A keeper for those cold nights, it's a 'warming' meal. Winter, Fall, Spring and if you use the stove in the summer that would be good then too. Kids may not like all the garlic so you could use less or cut it out.

TRIED-wonderful, especially if you're Italian and love garlic. I used whatever cheeses I had, cheddar and parm, A keeper for those cold nights, it's a 'warming' meal. Winter, Fall, Spring and if you use the stove in the summer that would be good then too. Kids may not like all the garlic so you could use less or cut it out.

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