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    Everyday Cooking

    I've discovered that new cooks need recipes for dishs I consider to be just cooking. I will try to put these into words as time permits.

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    We eat a lot of tilapia. This is one of out favorite ways to eat it.

    Recipe #131270

    Give your fresh green beans a lift with Balsamic vinegar! Fast and tasty.

    Recipe #128900

    This makes quite a bit. The yield is an estimate. It makes a good side dish for a barbeque! It's mainly based on a dish Daddy used to make on the stovetop when I was a kid. My version is a bit different though.

    Recipe #130946

    This my version of a dish my family has served for Thanksgiving and Christmas every year for as long as I can remember. It's easy to prepare, but is always a hit. The yield is a guess because with all the dishes served on the holidays everyone takes smaller portions to sample everything.

    Recipe #128552

    The whole family, particularly my DIL, love this basic side dish. The bacon and the onion are the key.

    Recipe #128551

    Simple and fast. I don't "cook" many dishes in the microwave, but I make an exception with this. Cooking time will vary by individual oven.

    Recipe #126760

    Everyone has a different preference for how mashed potatoes should be done. I like to have a little bit of texture, but not too lumpy. I use a hand masher and a whisk to minimize the working of the potatoes. The less mixing the better the potatoes.

    Recipe #126157


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