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Not only do snickerdoodles taste delicious, but they also have a fun name! Finish off this classic snickerdoodles cookie recipe with a cinnamon-sugar dusting. After rolling the balls of dough in the cinnamon sugar, give them ample room on cookie sheets -- the snickerdoodles spread a lot as they bake.

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Break out a family favorite: tuna casserole. The traditional comfort food is great for serving large groups. In our tuna casserole recipe, we cut the sauce with chicken broth, but there's enough milk to make this casserole feel indulgent.

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We added whipped cream and fruit to a classic tres leches cake recipe to make it undeniably delicious. You can use any fruit in season, alone or a combination. Now there's no need to visit a Mexican restaurant when you're craving a great tres leches cake recipe. Tres leches cake gets its name, which means "three milks" cake, because it's soaked in three different types of milk.

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You can make this beef stew in the oven or a slow cooker. Either way, in two simple steps, you will have a warming, wholesome, and wonderfully flavorful meal. Freeze individual-size servings of your beef stew, and turn leftovers into a great lunch or dinner.

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Lemon pound cakes aren't just for lemon lovers. Get the most out of the lemon flavor of this pound cake by grating zest first, then squeezing out lemon juice. Lemon zest, juice, and glaze give you triple the lemon for a crowd-pleasing pound cake.

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The crust is most crisp the day it's made, but the pie without the whipped-cream topping and chocolate shavings can be made up to a day ahead and stored in the refrigerator. To cut the pie into neat slices, use a serrated knife.