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  1. So I finally got a chance to visit family this year as I didn't go home last year for Christmas. While I was there I got some old family recipes and thought it would be cool to shave one or two and see if you guys had some you'd like to share as well. This recipe is something my grandmother made for the family get togethers (x-mas, thanksgiving, etc.) and really makes me think of my childhood. Give it a try and let me know what you think! Do keep in mind its a pretty big dish. Murphy's Hot Dish - 2 lbs. Hamburger 1 Onion 1 Stalk of celery 2 Cans cream of celery 2 Cans cream of mushroom 2 Cans cream of chicken 1/4 Cup of soy sauce (I like to add more for flavor) 2 Cups of water Mix everything together well in a large, oven safe dish/pan, cover with foil and cook at 350 for 1 hour to 1 1/2 hour. There really isn't too much to it but its something that I grew up loving and wanted to share. Hope you enjoyed your holidays everyone!