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    This recipe is so easy, it uses strained baby carrots instead of grated carrots,and is more moist than any other recipe I've tried..............over many years.

    Recipe #97035

    I can't remember where I found this recipe, but it is the only way my family likes eggplant...even the grandkids like it, and that's a miracle! I suggest adding different types of cheeses to the breading if you like because the cheese gives a lot of flavor and crispiness.Shredded cheddar or mozzarella cheese also works well. I also usually double the recipe for a large eggplant.The amount of garlic is also a personal preference.

    Recipe #243084

    This is so easy..just wash the peas,dice the veggies, and toss in the pot with spices and ham hocks. (A meaty ham bone can be substituted for the ham hocks) Prepare early, simmer 4 hours, and enjoy. This gets better and better everyday after being in the fridge. This recipe came from an old church cookbook I found years ago. I recommend stirring the pot whenever you pass by the stove....it gets smoother and smoother with every stir.

    Recipe #156961

    I found this recipe in an old Taste of Home magazine. I don't recall who submitted the recipe, but I tried it today, and it was delicious. I did make a 2 changes.....I added a little more sugar when I cooked the rhubarb along with a few drops of red food coloring to make it "prettier". I also used Cool Whip instead of whipping my own cream. I especially love the first layer (crust) which I could have eaten all alone !!

    Recipe #425056

    "Fresh shrimp simmered in butter, teriyaki sauce and Creole-style seasoning, served over pasta." I found this recipe on the Allrecipes site and have made it at least once a week since then. It is so,so easy and quick and a favorite in our family. The shrimp recipe itself would make great wraps or served over rice too. I usually cut the amount of butter in half, and it is still sufficient unless you really want a lot of "dipping" sauce! I might add that I often make this recipe with (thawed) frozen cooked shrimp too. I just add the shrimp to the sauce mixture until it is heated through and ready to serve.

    Recipe #225817


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