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Now, if only your bracket were as spot-on as these recipe picks. Get Recipes Start the day right with a breakfast loaded with fresh berries. Get Recipes Favorite classic dishes like pizza, spaghetti, grilled cheese & tomato soup, sloppy joes, tacos and more turn into family-pleasing casserole recipes when made in a 13x9 baking dish. From extra-cheesy to extra chocolate-y, these recipes don't shy away from major flavor. Dinner's ready! Everyone loves pizza, but these pies take it to the next level. Just A Pinch Recipe Club. Parmesan Garlic Bread: Last week was a busy week filled with a field trip to the zoo sandwiched by 3 twelve hour shifts.

Parmesan Garlic Bread:

By Friday I was extremely happy for the weekend to arrive. Although Pat worked late, we still barbecued dinner and relaxed with a few adult beverages after tucking in our girls. Tonight he made a special request… for garlic bread. This garlic bread beats the store bought kind by a mile. It super easy to whip up and only takes a few minutes under the broiler. Here are the ingredients you will need. Start by pressing the three cloves of garlic into a medium bowl. Mince up a shallot so it measures one tablespoon. Add the shallot to the garlic in the medium bowl. Next, mince up the fresh parsley and measure out a tablespoon. Add that to the bowl along with the salt and pepper. Now add the *gasp* two sticks of butter and the two tablespoons {give or take} of freshly grated Parmesan cheese. Mix until combined. And set aside, just for now. Grab your loaf of Italian bread. Remove and slice immediately. Dining With Debbie. Baked Spaghetti from Trisha Yearwood.

Baked Spaghetti is a fantastic meal for any day, but most especially for feeding a crowd, making it perfect for potlucks, church suppers and socials.

Baked Spaghetti from Trisha Yearwood

This one has been a favorite around my house ever since the first time I made it. It comes from the cookbook Home Cooking with Trisha Yearwood, another favorite, and it is simply delicious. Check out the Hot Corn Dip I made from the new cookbook and the Warm Feta and Artichoke Dip I made from her first cookbook. For my review of her latest cookbook, click right here. This baked spaghetti starts pretty much the same as with any spaghetti - boiling the noodles and putting together a meat sauce. Trisha Yearwood adds 1 small (2.25 ounce) can of sliced black olives drained, which I omit, along with 3 (14.5) cans of diced tomatoes with the liquid, part of which I exchange for Rotel tomatoes.

Here's how to do it. Spread half of the spaghetti noodles in the bottom of a greased 9 x 13 x 2 inch baking pan. . ☛ Are you on Facebook? 2008 Flashback: The Entire Year, in order.