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    These potato chips are very easy to make in the microwave. Also, they are healthier for you as they are not cooked in any oils. This method has intrigued so many people that have tasted them and then made them for themselves. The younger people just love them.

    Recipe #47195

    Most people who taste this are surprised it contains 3 pounds of zucchini. This was Mom's most popular recipe EVER. The title is my idea. Mom called it Zucchini Casserole. Boring, yes, but it gets right to the point. Mom made this as long as I can remember, and we took it everywhere: potlucks, family reunions, picnics. There were NEVER any leftovers. Mom had quite a collection of zucchini recipes. She needed them. Dad planted zucchini annually - lots of plants in case some died out before maturing. None of them died. Ever. We weren't quite up to our ears in them, but they were just about up to our bellybuttons. We never tried to sell them - they were hard enough to GIVE away. Folks would look at us and say, "But what do I DO with it?" Mom had an idea. We could con folks into taking some squash by providing recipes. Guess who got the typing job? Me - the one who typed at 15 words per minute. Being my first major typing job, it was a bit sloppy, and I left out the part of this recipe that says, "cover with water, add salt & pepper to taste and boil just until tender" Ooops. Most experienced cooks would figure out the squash must be boiled first, because it says to drain and mash it. Our neighbor, Ellen, however, didn't cook from scratch too much. And when she did, she followed recipes exactly. After making this, she asked Mom why the squash was so hard after she baked it. She had tasted Mom's casserole, and wanted to try it herself. Fortunately, Ellen's the type who could laugh at herself, so she didn't mind when we just about fell over, roaring with laughter. Well, it was funny at the time. Do be sure to file this one away for that approaching day, when you answer your doorbell and find nothing there, but a lone sack of zucchini. Because now you know what do to with it.

    Recipe #28851

    0 grams of fat and so good! These are great with many different meals-beef, chicken,etc. Very colourful-elegant-HEALTHY!!!

    Recipe #58086

    33 Reviews |  By Fauve

    Don't be surprised if even your kids like this grilled treat. It's easy to cook this alongside steaks or burgers on the grill, as long as you start the cabbage wedges first.

    Recipe #41419

    When I was a little girl and I would get sick, my Mama (Mary in LA) would always serve me Creamed Peas on Toast. It was light enough for an upset tummy but filling enough to make a sick little girl not be hungry anymore. I never could make it like Mama could until now. I finally figured out where the recipe came from! It is from a book called "The Culinary Arts Institute Encyclopedia of Cooking and Homemaking" which was published in 1940. I decide to post this recipe as a tribute to my Mama. Now all mommies can help their daughters sick tummies feel better just like mine did all those years ago. Thanks Mama!

    Recipe #79309

    30 Reviews |  By Tebo

    This dish can be done ahead of time and any leftovers can be frozen. Try this instead of the usual carrots and turnip for a holiday vegetable.

    Recipe #13473

    The Dutch answer to mashed potatoes.

    Recipe #44572

    10 Reviews |  By Bev

    I always enjoy a good squash recipe. This is a good one!

    Recipe #19664

    My grandmother gave me this recipe years ago and it's been a favorite of mine ever since. Hope you will enjoy it!

    Recipe #34435

    I LOVE fried onion rings...and mushrooms, and zucchini, and...and...lol! Here's a no-fail recipe that I came up with that I'm sure you'll like! I LOVE these served with ranch dressing for dipping, burgers and a frosty mug of ice cold beer! CHEERS!

    Recipe #143669

    7 Reviews |  By Marie

    A very easy and quick side dish using baby red potatoes that will make a great accompaniment to any meal.

    Recipe #103831

    The lemon compliments the potato very nicely.

    Recipe #113289

    3 Reviews |  By Geema

    This relish works wonders on most grilled or roasted meat ...chicken, fish, or lamb especially. I vary the herbs according to my menu and often substitute basil for the dill. DELICIOUS!

    Recipe #52648

    2 Reviews |  By Tish

    Perfect for your fall gatherings! These would also be great for a buffet because they are individual servings. You can make these a day ahead and add to the baking time.

    Recipe #139407

    A visual delight to add to your table. This squash dish always gets compliments every time I serve it. It's a good way to serve squash to children because they think you're giving them dessert with dinner.

    Recipe #45474

    I got this recipe out of a Taste of Home magazine, It is yummy!

    Recipe #95484


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