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    On Saturdays my daddy made breakfast, he was famous for coming up with strange things. Now years later, my family loves to eat this for breakfast or dinner. My daughter would not eat anything unless it had cheese so she use to call it cheese rice. You can add just about anything to this easy easy dish.

    Recipe #42978

    Banana, peanut butter and honey on an English Muffin.

    Recipe #95808

    Recipe #188310

    If you like some spice then add in some cayenne pepper. You can make this hours in advance and chill, and the complete recipe can be doubled to 5 cups cooked rice. Prep time does not include cooking the rice.

    Recipe #156505

    I got allot of these,I bought tons of recipe boxes from an auction they are all hand written cards. I LOVE ELVIS

    Recipe #193862

    5 Reviews |  By Bev

    Brunch anyone? From Bon Appetit.

    Recipe #54717

    1 Reviews |  By Mirj

    These pancakes require a little extra effort, but are really worth it!

    Recipe #13807

    This is from a bed and breakfast...very rich and sweet. This is good dusted with powdered sugar and served with fresh fruit. It is best used with homemade pound cake because the more dense it is the better it will hold up. This is easy to half or double.

    Recipe #129599

    This is a quick breakfast that my kids grab on the way out the door...and yes, they make a mess with it, but they love it, so I don't complain!

    Recipe #188409

    1 Reviews |  By Bobtail

    This is another version of Rinktum Ditty. I thought it different enough that it was worth posting. This is a quick light lunch, especially good during cold weather! I would love to know where the name came from! I have guessed on the preparation time. The recipe is from my Betty Furness Westinghouse Cook Book.

    Recipe #110467

    I love chopped salads! This is meatless, so it's a great side for chili, other Tex-Mex dishes, or just a stand-alone meatless meal.

    Recipe #192046

    27 Reviews |  By ~Nimz~

    I make this for Dave at least once a month and he loves it. So simple and so good. Cook time does not include cooking the bacon.

    Recipe #193851

    This is great for a quick family favorite. Serve with tomato soup and a salad, if desired. Source: Betty Crocker

    Recipe #194054

    15 Reviews |  By ~Nimz~

    This is great served over almost any vegetable or cooked pasta. I have also made this on the stovetop. Just stir continuously for about the same amount of time.

    Recipe #132351

    I can't believe I like this dish as much as I do. I was surprised. This is a variation of a rather bland scrambled egg mix that I found on the net but turning it onto an egg foo yung is really special. Add your own favorite things but this is a good start. If you add water chestnuts, ham, shrimp, pork, whatever- then you will have to adjust the cooking time. This is a basic recipe- make it your own. But an easy recipe to amend- as soon as the egg is set- then it is done! I really love this and it is so good for a family on a budget or a bachelor short on time. If you want a terrific egg foo yung sauce then try this one Recipe#45270 .

    Recipe #133513

    This is my son's favorite meal. I make it with shrimp for him for his birthday every year. GREAT for company because it is so easy and yet taste wonderful! I cook this in the microwave, but I'm sure you could do it on the stove too. Times are what work in my microwave. Please use your own good judgment on times to use in your microwave. (In my quest to eat healthier, I now make it with light butter, light cream and reduced fat Parmesan cheese. It still tastes wonderful, but there isn't any guilt!) PLEASE NOTE! This is an "authentic" Alfredo sauce recipe! Real Alfredo sauce *only* contains butter, cream, Parmesan cheese and pepper. It will be thin and there is no garlic in it! If you want a thicker sauce or one with garlic like modern restaurants serve, please look elsewhere! Recipe #52892 and Recipe #8596 are two good places to start.

    Recipe #76

    When looking for recipes for this book, this recipe was in Marys, Frans, Mignons and Sarahs cookbooks. Way to go Butch!!

    Recipe #209713

    This delicious vegetarian or vegan burrito has been my favorite easy meal since I was in high school and too lazy to spend more than a few minutes in the kitchen.:) I still find this quick meal to be one of my favorites even though I cook a lot now! Although I love traditional "bean" burritos, this recipe tastes better to me without the beans. My mother always made these and I'm not sure where she got the recipe or if she made it up herself. Everyone I've ever made them for has loved them. Enjoy! NOTE: I usually make these in small tortillas with little filling that make nice smaller sized burritos that make an instant yummy snack or taste great with a side of refried beans and spanish rice. They also taste great if you make these into bigger burritos but beware that the serving sizes and nutritional facts won't match up.

    Recipe #238556

    This is a simple and quick way to use those still good but aesthetically non-pleasing week-old bananas. I like to use a less dense, lighter bread with this recipe, like normal sandwich bread.

    Recipe #199743

    5 Reviews |  By Redsie

    From Canadian Living.

    Recipe #227663

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