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

    Recipe #43941

    Oh my! How divine! Low calorie and low fat too! Enjoy this light dessert with the flavors of the holiday seasons. Aromatic sweet spices give great taste to these stove-top cooked pears and to the spicy syrup created by Judith Jones for the McCormick 2003 Best Holiday Recipe Contest and tinkered with by me! * Note: If using fresh ginger there is no need to peel unless you want. I just rinse it well and slice it into thin'ish' slices. It is easy to core and peel pears! I have even done it while on the phone with a girlfriend! Core pears. I use a melon baller and start at the bottom and rotate the melon baller into the bottom starting at that little part where the stem comes out of the bottom. Leave the stem at the top! Clean out all the seeds. Then with a vegetable peeler or a paring knife starting at the bottom peel all the skin off leaving the stem. Hope you enjoy this as much as we do!*

    Recipe #320128

    This simple yet very yummy dish gets a down home touch and boost of flavor adding celery! One of my favorite aromatics! Discovered in September 2008's Gourmet Magazine which states "Celery- often dismissed as one of the produce world's poorest relations- contributes an intriguing earthiness to moist chicken infused with the flavors of wine and garlic." If you must substitute the garlic please remember that halved garlic will not release the same amount of garlic flavor that minced does. If using minced fresh garlic I think I would try 1 tablespoon, taste and add more if desired. I calculated servings using one piece of chicken per person. Use any mixture of legs and thighs you prefer. I used 2 legs and 4 thighs. That must have been a weird looking chicken! lol I have had fun playing with this recipe and I have tweaked it a bit to make it even better, I think. Hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #321404

    Pork roast slow cooked with apples and parsnips makes a wonderful complete and savory meal that not only tastes delicious but will have your whole house smelling fantastic! Don't be tempted to remove the lid or peek at the roast as doing so will allow heat to escape and prevent proper cooking.

    Recipe #330892

    This is not your typical potato salad. This makes a lot, but it can be easily reduced. It is also just as good, if not better the next day. This will make a wet salad. If you prefer a drier potato salad increase the amount of potatoes.

    Recipe #110263

    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

    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

    Cabbage and meat mildly seasoned with garlic and onions in a creamy cheese sauce and topped with breadcrumbs for a pretty presentation! A real comfort food. Even those who say they HATE cabbage will eat this and like it! I have even made this without the meat- using bulgur and veggie broth. Here is how: Just replace the meat with the same amount of bulgur- (for 1 lb of meat sub 1 cup bulgur) you will want to soak the bulgur according to the instructions on the package- if you bought it in bulk here is how... Bring 2 cups of veggie broth ( can use bouillon and water) per 1 cup bulgur When broth is boiling stir in bulgur. Cover and simmer about 15 minutes or until bulgur is soft. All the broth should be absorbed. Fluff the bulgur with a fork as you would rice and add to your recipe. I have used beef, pork, turkey and chicken with great results too. *See NOTE for freezing, make ahead and left over tips*

    Recipe #134945

    This really yummy soup was the winner of the Oktober Fest Home Cooking Recipe Contest for the 10/03 Texas CoOp Power Magazine.

    Recipe #139760

    AUS/NZ for ZWT 5 due to the influence the German culture has had on the region and the propensity for grilling! So succulent and tender you may not even need a knife. This steak is one of the top dishes served at Hudson's on the Bend, a popular Austin, TX, restaurant known for its game cooking and big-flavored, robust dishes. "These guys could cook a horseshoe and make it delicious," says CBS news anchor and frequent Hudson's diner Dan Rather in the foreword to their new book." Chef Jeff Blank offers creativity and originality in the kitchen to make him one of the most celebrated chef's in the country. Jeff has owned Hudson's on the Bend Restaurant in Austin since 1984. Prior to that, he owned and operated Wineskin Restaurant in Aspen, Colo. He was praised by the New York Times, Texas Monthly, and Chef's Magazine. In 1996 and 1997, Jeff won the People's Choice Award at the Texas Wine and Food Festival. Hudson's on the Bend was named to the "Top 50 Restaurants in America" list. (Cook time does NOT include marinating time.) Variations: This is also a wonderful marinade for baby-back ribs, portabello mushrooms, chicken . . . you get the idea. Timing: Marinate the steaks in an airtight plastic bag the day before grilling to achieve the optimum flavor. http://hudsonsonthebend.com/main.php.... PS Tamaretta, thank you and YES this marinade is wonderful on portabellos!

    Recipe #152352

    Winner of the Oktober Fest Recipe Contest in Texas CoOp Power Magazine, 10/05.

    Recipe #139762

    Recipe #139670

    My husband can remember standing on a chair at the table to be tall enough to watch his Grandma make doughnuts. Unfortunately I can't find her recipe but this one is from a different German Grandma and sounds much easier than what he describes to me! From Good Ol Cotton Pickin Recipes, Burton Cotton Gin, Burton, TX

    Recipe #139668

    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

    This is a long time family favorite in my house and is one of our 'comfort' foods. I make this with fresh [raw] sausage from Burton Sausage Co in Burton, TX. If you ever go through the town it is a must stop- Awesome jerky and dry sausage- sausage dried like jerky but not as tough) I got this recipe from a cajun neighbor/friend of mine. Always a 'go to ' when pressed for time or don't feel like cooking! Fits many regional cuisine categories because of it's basic ingredients of sausage, potatoes and onion are staples in many countries across Europe, North America and beyond. Sausage has long been popular in the SW. Maybe it started in covered wagon days and early cowboy days bc it was easy to carry and store??? I have never really measured the items in this recipe- When asked how much? I always say 'enough'. After many requests I decided to try to get it down on paper! So here goes!

    Recipe #134760

    The meat on an oxtail is prized for the amount of flavor it contains. This is one of dh's favorite dishes!

    Recipe #179543


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