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    1 Reviews |  By jp mims

    This mixture reminds me of the old-timey drive-in burger joints. I found this on the web a few years ago, but can't remember which site to credit.

    Recipe #154599

    This New England style chowder uses powdered coffee creamer instead of the usual milk or cream. This would be a good recipe to take camping since the only ingredient that needs prior refrigeration is the butter or margarine.

    Recipe #144590

    Don't throw away your foam soap dispenser or spend extra on the refills when you run out. It's easy to make your own! This also works with shampoo.

    Recipe #103893

    Only four ingredients, easy and oh so good! The orginal recipe calls for frozen flounder, but I've found that the Tilapia works better in this recipe. I've updated to change the cooking time from 30 minutes to 45 minutes after reading the reviews.

    Recipe #103100

    I'm not a big bell pepper fan, but since we had so much of it in the garden, I gave some to a friend and she shared this recipe. It is very good. I chop bell pepper and freeze it in 1 cup portions (raw) to use in this recipe.

    Recipe #94614

    4 Reviews |  By jp mims

    This is an easy way to make lasagna because you use uncooked noodles. No more burnt fingers!

    Recipe #94451

    3 Reviews |  By jp mims

    I sometimes add about 1/2 teaspoon or more of Old Bay Seasoning to this recipe to make it taste like mock oyster pie.

    Recipe #86730

    This is a vinegar base slaw. Great make ahead dish. Plus it's a safer slaw to take to a hot summer cook-out than your mayo base slaw. Also, it will keep for well over a week in the refrigerator.

    Recipe #86639

    3 Reviews |  By jp mims

    A change from the usual vinegar cucumbers. A great combination of sweet and tart. Cucumbers will "juice" as they chill.

    Recipe #86635


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