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    This is a chili that I just kinda tossed whatever I wanted in. Measuments can be changed to suit your taste as well as ingrediants.

    Recipe #195663

    Ratatouille, my way. I just wanted to use some vegetables I had in the chill box, and dumped it all together in a pot. It ended up wonderful! Also, I didn't bother salting the Eggplant first, the dish came out fine just adding it as is.

    Recipe #190366

    The title doesn't sound like much, but it is very good. I love lamb, but often can't afford good cuts. I find crock pot cooking Lamb Necks is cheap good eats.

    Recipe #187901

    I got this recipe from a local website. I've changed it a bit, but it's really good and refreshing. NOTE: if you don't have good fresh tomatoes, use a 2 lb. can

    Recipe #187111

    A zesty little fish dish indeed. I got it from an Arabic cookbook I have.

    Recipe #187110

    I got this off off breadnet.net The following recipe is for a 1 pound loaf, using the bread machine.

    Recipe #186394

    Although I am a meat eater, I do enjoy well prepared vegetarian/vegan food. The Whole Foods Market near me makes a Tex/Mex kinda flavored Seitan salad, and this is my attempt to make it. Even my meat loving husband likes this.

    Recipe #185910

    This recipe is from Alton Brown and is the best Mint Julep I've had. It doesn't look like much, but it's very refreshing. The one thing I do is bash the mint and sugar in my mortar/pestle, instead of a glass.

    Recipe #185827

    I kinda forgot where I got this from. I make these eggs not for breakfast, but usually for dinner. It's a nice change.

    Recipe #185209

    I've always loved that little side dish of pickled cucumber and or bean sprouts you get at many of the Japanese restaurants. I make a salad that uses both.

    Recipe #185208

    I don't care for Weetabix cereal as a cereal itself, but the recipe on the box I saw years ago for using the cereal in meat loaf is insanely yummy! I figured, people put corn flakes in meat loaf, so why not try this. I add green bell peppers as well as the red called for.

    Recipe #185207

    If you love mushrooms, and simple recipes, then this is for you! I personally like to use a jar of Garlic Alfredo sauce for this. Use the large jars.

    Recipe #185120

    This is a rather rustic chicken soup--it's not that pretty to look at, but it tastes wonderful and is a favorite of mine. I've come up with this recipe--it's not really original--but it's good.

    Recipe #88591


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