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    Just for ME!

    Easy and healthy cooking for myself!
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    Utilizing my George Foreman grill (conveniently located in my dorm room!), this is a wholesome, calorie-friendly breakfast that is made in no time - guaranteed success every time! If you want to make it even lower in calories, use light bread. I like using regular thick-sliced white bread; sourdough is a good option too. I don't spray the griddle, because my GF grill (like all others) has a nonstick surface.

    Recipe #429406

    This all-rye bread, called matbrod or "food bread" in Sweden, is incredibly simple to make. The cumin seeds impart a unique but delicious flavour. You could use caraway seeds instead. Recipe found in Canadian House and Home and is from Jeffrey Alford and Naomi Duguid's Home Baking: The Artful Mix of Flour and Tradition Around the World (2003 Random House Canada).

    Recipe #425734

    ZWT6 - Great Britain

    Recipe #424189

    This is just too easy. A 45 year old dad and his 11 year old son knocked this out in 15 minutes, cooked it for 7 hours and feasted. Should be titled "Turkey Breast for Dummies". There might be some odd ingredients in this recipe but it comes out great tasting.

    Recipe #397641

    A Dom Deluise recipe. This actually dates back to the Depression era. It's inexpensive, tasty and good for you. Make sure you use uncooked rice in this recipe. Serve with additional grated cheese. Note: I've read the reviews and adjusted the liquid.

    Recipe #375717

    These are so much better then spare ribs. No contenting with bones for a little bit of meat.

    Recipe #359293

    I searched the internet for a recipe to use up some left over mashed potatoes. This is what I found and made. It's simple, easy, and a great way to use up left over mashed potatoes. This is one recipe that I always come to when I have leftover mashed potatoes. I once made these and I wasn't serving them right away, so I let them cool down then I froze them. A few weeks later I removed them from the freezer let them defrost and they were just as good. I have even added leftover chicken pieces and leftover meatloaf to this and it was yummy.

    Recipe #347943

    I hesitated to add this recipe because it is so very easy it is hardly a recipe. It is also delicious so I decided to share it. Perfect fall/winter recipe. If you like pot roast I'd be very surprised if you don't enjoy this method of cooking. I've had this recipe for many many years - not sure of the origin. Simple can be good - very good.

    Recipe #333496

    If you like Cuban Sandwiches you will like this sandwich/panini version!

    Recipe #305456

    I had an awful craving hit me for one of these wonderful K-mart Sub's and HAD to have one! I searched high and low and finally found a woman on a message board that used to work the deli counter in the late 80's at a K-mart in Dayton, Ohio. This was one of the same stores that my Mom would take me as a kid to get one of these wonderful sub's and a frozen Coke! I used to stand in front of the counter and watch them make these sub's and remembered all but one of the ingredients. Make sure that you wrap your sub's and allow them to sit for 30 minutes before serving or they are not the same. This allows the bread, meat and veggies to show some love to one another.

    Recipe #301815

    This is a recipe that I found awhile ago online somewhere. I thought it sounded very good, so I am putting it her for safe keeping!

    Recipe #274631

    8 Reviews |  By Karen67

    I haven't had these corn fritters in years, and made my mom's recipe tonight. They are super easy and really tasty. They basically taste like pancakes with corn in them. I think they would be a great way to sneak some veggies into your pickier eaters diet.

    Recipe #272193

    This is the old fashioned way of making Beef stock - one my grandmother taught me - it's worth the extra time and effort.

    Recipe #266323

    Satisfying in wintertime.

    Recipe #265081

    8 Reviews |  By CoffeeB

    Another WW favorite!!

    Recipe #261792

    With the increasing popularity of rotisserie chicken at the grocery store I thought I would try to use this fowl in soup. Easy chicken noodle soup originally made in 12 quart roaster oven. Can be easily made in smaller quantities.

    Recipe #260007

    Good baked sliced apples that are 1 WW point and freeze well also.

    Recipe #255385

    I came across this recipe over 10 years ago when I first learned I was diabetic. It's quick and tasty.

    Recipe #224628

    This is my much quickened version of a pasty, put into pie form. For those who are unfamiliar with pasties, they are a pastry filled with meat, potatoes and onions, then folded into a half-circle. I live in an old mining town and these are still popular from the old days when the men would take them in their lunch boxes.

    Recipe #223558

    I've been making this for a while, but had never written anything down. Needless to say, it was always a little different, depending on which vegetables I ended up using. My DH would always say "That was good, can we have it again?" To which I would reply....No! His obvious response was.... "Why don't you ever write anything down?" Okay, so this time I did. This is a great recipe to use up any fresh or frozen vegetables. Needless to say, as long as you start with a good base, you are almost always guaranteed to be successful. This is quite filling, and wonderful served with recipe #137007. You really won't have room for much else. I hope you enjoy this as much as we do. Cooking time does not include refrigeration time.

    Recipe #219776

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