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Mom's Glazed Carrots Recipe
Need an elegant vegetable for holiday entertaining? These simple carrots are attractive, easy, and delicious.

More Brownie Mix Recipes
More fantastic treats using Mom's Brownie Mix!

More with Less Cookbook Review
Change isn't fun, but most of us want to simplify our lives. This book is full of great ways to simplify as well as mouthwatering, simple recipes. This is one everyone should own.

Moroccan Beef Tagine in a Slow Cooker
Tired of your old standby dishes? How about a slow cooker dish that is Quick, Easy, and Exotic! Here are the flavors of Morocco in an easy dish you will love.

Moroccan Chicken Pilaf Recipe
Sometimes it's nice to add a little variety to our meals. This exotic, but easy chicken dish is delicious and will draw raves.

Moroccan Preserved Lemon Recipe
It´s easy to make Preserved Lemons,an indispensible ingredient in Delicious and Exotic Moroccan Food. These lemons must sit on the shelf a while before they´re ready to use, so you´ll want to assemble them right away.

Mostly Maggots Recipe
Although this dish is really yummy, the name is so disgusting that you'll want to serve it at the annual Halloween BOO-ffet. It can be kept warm in a slow cooker.

Muffin Pan Omelets Recipe
These yummy omelets can be stored in the freezer and taken out whenever you want a better breakfast. They can be personalized with your favorite ingredients, and are the right size to take with you as you rush out the door.

Mug Meals Book Review
Busy cooks everywhere will appreciate the quick and easy dishes in this fun cookbook. Each recipe serves one, so it's perfect for singles, college students, or anyone who's alone and hungry.

Mulligan Stew Recipe
"Mulligan" is another word for Irishman, and this stew originated in the 1900s when the homeless men followed the Irishmen's lead and made community stews. Although the early Mulligan Stews were made from whatever they could scavenge, this is made from good beef and vegetables.

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