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    Looking for a fast and easy recipe for supper? This is really easy to make and very yummy!

    Recipe #43941

    This is an easy way to make a delicious vegetable broth that you can keep on hand for use in recipes. Leaving the skin ON gives a nice golden color to the broth. I adopted this recipe and have worked lovingly on it for several months. I wanted to keep it low in sodium but you can certainly adjust that to your liking.

    Recipe #75842

    My family loves to enjoy this thick and hearty bowl of tummy warmin' love. The original recipe comes from the 1970 "Hard Times Cook Book" beef and vegetable soup but has been officially "Mama'fyed" so much that it has become an entirely different dish. I hope your family enjoys this as much as mine does. It is wonderful served with some warm and crusty bread or biscuits or even a pan of warm cornbread. See the options at the bottom of the recipe too for MORE VEGGIES that are great additions. As always, feel free to make this recipe fit your family and their likes and dislikes. It always makes my day when someone tells me that their family/kids will now eat a new food that they would previously not touch after trying one of my recipes. If I can help your family eat healthier I am a happy Mama!

    Recipe #110465

    From "Prairie Home Cooking" and posted for the Zaar World Tour 2005.

    Recipe #134944

    World Tour Zaar 2005- Jewish/Kosher Keeps for one year in fridge. Also makes great gift as it is a jarred sauce. Wonderful on roast lamb or beef. Being a widely used condiment this could also fit into British cuisine as well as other regions.

    Recipe #134941

    Ya so it is kinda cheating- BUT these come out so good everytime. Fast, simple and easy. Just don't tell 'em you cheated! They keep for 6 months in the fridge but always disappear faster than that! A family recipe here in TX.

    Recipe #134787

    WOW! This is not the same old chicken! Only 6 ingredients your family- kids included- will love this and your guests will think you are the MOST amazing chef! winonaradiocom.

    Recipe #137322

    Easy Denver type omelet that is BAKED in the oven- no flipping! So you can continue getting ready or enjoy some coffee and the paper instead of slaving over the stove! Found on The Scandinavian Society of Nova Scotia website and altered to my taste.

    Recipe #137324

    My hubbies two favorite things! Tender steak in a creamy mushroom sauce! Can use any cut of beef- even cheap ones will come out tender. So yummy and easy!

    Recipe #136829

    Dried mushrooms and fresh veggies are simmered in a thyme and sherry flavored stock to create an easy and delicious soup fancy enough for company. NOTE: Sherry can be substituted as instructed here on Zaar or by using an equal amount of apple or orange juice to which a teaspoon of vanilla, orange or almond extract has been added. Recipe courtesy of Chef David Paquet, owner of Niagara Gourmet, St. Catharines, Ontario L2R 2B2 www.niagaragourmet.ca Posted for World Tour 2005, Canada

    Recipe #141880

    Fast and easy. Very unusual topping made with bread- but you can't tell! Use whatever fruit you would like. My family says this is THE best cobbler EVER! I like it bc it is made with things that I always have on hand and can be thrown together in minutes yet it looks pretty enough to serve company.

    Recipe #151788

    Amazingly simple, delicious and low calorie! Only 220 calories per serving! Plus this plates up beautifully and makes you look like you went all out! Makes any occasion special! Boneless skinless chicken breasts browned and juicy with a very tasty wine and mushroom sauce that is perfection on a plate! Yet this is so fast, easy and delicious you can make it on any busy weeknight or serve it up at your best dinner party! They just won't know what hit 'em!

    Recipe #199529

    Looking for different ways to use that deer meat? This is a great recipe I found recently that I wanted to share with you all! Recipe originally used lingon berries which can be almost impossible to find in the USA. They very closely resemble cranberries in appearance and flavor so I have substituted those in this recipe. Do not forget to drink the wine that remains in the bottle! hehehe

    Recipe #253482

    Not your normal potato soup! It's better! Cabbage and carrot hide in the broth and bring out a hint of sweetness. Trying to get someone to eat their veggies? Try this! This is THE potato soup I have been making forever! Healthy, hearty and filling yet EASY and quick to make! Especially if made with leftover potatoes. Cutting the cabbage small really helps this cook fast. Feel free to use whatever meat your family prefers. I use turkey products but any type of meat or even soy would be equally nice. Hope you enjoy! NOTE: I adjusted the amount of liquids here after some very helpful reviews. I tend not to measure when making something I have done for years so I am sure they are much more accurate now! Thanks Peggy and NcM!

    Recipe #284265

    A wonderful way to cook winter squash on the stove top. The cider forms a tart-sweet glaze and the herbs add a fresh note. Peeling the squash seems to be easier imho if I microwave the whole, uncut squash in the microwave for about 5 minutes. Let it cool before trying to peel. Different varieties of winter squash like butternut or acorn can be used. Some do hold their shape better than others though.

    Recipe #259819

    Keep the heat out of the kitchen this summer! These pepper grilled scallops taste fantastic! Toss them on to a bed of salad greens and veggies and you have a nice light summer dish! They are surprisingly easy to make. Simply, throw some peppercorns on the grill -- and you will have interesting new aromas to sample. Revised recipe from Andrea Viestad's Food for Summer. Adjusted cooking time per recent review.

    Recipe #221994

    This yummy soup is a great one pot, fast fix meal. Wonderful for those busy weekdays or any day. Created for RSC 9.

    Recipe #211570

    To DIE for! Now don't count your chickens before they are hatched. You may think, Buttermilk Pie? Trust me, it is AWESOME! The base recipe for this Buttermilk pie is from the Royers Cafe Cookbook. Their pies are now trademarked and they are NOT giving away any secrets that I am aware of! They now have another Buttermilk pie that has chocolate chips and pecans in it and has been known to send people over the edge! I am not sure how much they add to theirs BUT this is how much I have found works nicely. People come from all over just to visit this cafe and eat some pie. Royer's is a very well known little restaurant in Round Top which is just down the road from my hometown of Carmine. Both towns are VERY tiny towns that together MIGHT have a pop. of 200. If you are ever around this neck of the woods make sure you stop in and have some pie. Bud is almost always at the door ready to pick on you and make you feel right at home! Royers has even been seen on Food Network's, Road Tasted! Don't fret though, if you can't come to Texas, Texas can come to you! Royers ships their pies all over! Check them out at http://www.royersroundtopcafe.com/

    Recipe #200346

    Fruity with a nice balance of sweet and sour. Use a good vodka for this for best results.

    Recipe #223750

    This is a long time family recipe that was recently shared with me. Looking for something different to do with fish? This is it! We usually plate this and allow everyone to serve themselves. Wonderful fresh off the smoker as well as COLD from the refrigerator as you would smoked salmon, regardless of they type of fish used. After smoking this will keep for about a week in the refrigerator. I do not care for oily types of fish done this way but many prefer them. I like to smoke whitefish, salmon, perch, or trout. Feel free to use any fish you prefer. Plan AHEAD! Need to brine for about 12 hours and smoke for about 6-8.

    Recipe #226732

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