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Tomatoes with Feta Cheese

Ruth Lee of Troy, Ontario serves this great combination as an easy and colorful salad. “I make this no-fuss dish at least once a month,” she writes. “It's a great way to use up fresh summer tomatoes and adds zip to winter tomatoes, too.”

Beef Broccoli Supper

"When I put together a cookbook for our family reunion, my sister submitted this recipe," recalls Nita Graffis of Dove Creek, Colorado. "My husband and our boys usually don't care for broccoli, bu they enjoy it in this dish."

Easy Potato Rolls

Easy Potato Rolls

After I discovered this recipe, it became a mainstay for me. I make the dough ahead of time when company is coming, and I try to keep some in the refrigerator to bake for our ranch hands. Leftover mashed potatoes are almost sure to go into these rolls. —Jeanette McKinney, Belleview, Missouri

Blue Lagoon Margaritas

This is one super drink that'll have the neighbors asking, "What's that?" Show them and make an extra batch to share. —Willie DeWaard, Coralville, Iowa

Black Bean-Chicken Quesadillas

My husband loves these quesadillas! You can easily modify the recipe by using different meats and cheeses. —Christy Bounds, Canton, Mississippi

15 Gross Canadian Foods Foreigners Can’t Touch

Canada boasts a rich and diverse culinary heritage that is delightful and occasionally puzzling to those not familiar with its unique offerings. While locals and adventurous eaters worldwide enjoy Canadian

World’s Best Lemon Pie

World’s Best Lemon Pie

Mother's pies were always so memorable, with tender, flaky crusts. In summer the order of the day was lemon meringue! —Phyllis Kirsling, Junction City, Wisconsin

Pressure-Cooker Beef and Farro Stew

This pressure-cooked beef stew is loaded with tender beef and lots of veggies. It is comforting and filling, and is sure to become a family favorite. —Kaylen Friederich, Reno, Nevada