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By Nicole Brummett on November 30, 2013
"This is another Kids in the Kitchen recipe. This is really easy to do and will taste great no matter what it looks like when the kids get done :) This recipe came from a kids in the kitchen section of a Taste of Home or Good Cooking magazine. The recipe is called Chicken Egg Pie because the 6- year-old that named it always called eggs, Chicken eggs...."
Prep Time: 15 mins
Total Time: 1 hrs
By WhiskingWings on April 15, 2013
"My version of Mac n' Cheese for school. In the amount of time it takes to cook the pasta, I had a luxurious cheese sauce ready! Poured into the casseroles, sprinkled with more cheese and whole wheat breadcrumbs, it was declared "Best Mac and Cheese Ever" by the kids (and I think the old cook was jealous!)"
Prep Time: 10 mins
Total Time: 45 mins
By Pets'R'us on July 27, 2011
By MizEmerilLagasse on September 20, 2010
"This is one of my most favorite recipes for parties because it is fast, easy, and can be made ahead of time. It's not the normal barbecued brisket because, well, it's not barbecued. Yep, this is roasted in oven, but it has all of the BBQ taste. I promise you will love this. (Oh, and this recipe can be doubled, tripled, or just duplicated as..."
Ingredients: coriander, cracked black pepper...
Prep Time: 5 mins
Total Time: 5 hrs 5 mins
By jkm.11.18. on September 21, 2009
By French Tart on March 13, 2008
"This is such an easy and simple recipe to make, and yet the result is full of flavour, tasty and a real British classic. You will find this pie on the menu in Britain for lunch, afternoon tea, supper, as a snack, for a picnic, in a lunch box and I am also suggesting this recipe would be great for Brunch as well! This is another slightly adapted classic..."
Prep Time: 15 mins
Total Time: 55 mins
By Debber on March 2, 2008
By French Tart on October 31, 2007
"This is the soup I make after I have baked my Celebration Spiced Baked Ham With Orange and Marmalade Glaze. This soup uses split peas, but you can just as easily use yellow or red split lentils instead (same weight and cooking instructions). Many old style recipes require that the split peas are soaked overnight before starting recipes but this is not normally necessary nowadays. However, be sure..."
Ingredients: cooked ham, split peas...
Prep Time: 3 hrs
Total Time: 4 hrs