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    1 Reviews |  By rya

    Spend 5-10 minutes mixing water, flour, yeast & salt in a big plastic container on the weekend, and then shape & bake small loaves each morning for the rest of the week good for 2 sandwiches each. No kneading. You need a digital scale to make measuring ingredients super easy and a 6qt (shoe-box sized) container to hold the dough in the fridge. This is essentially the basic recipe from "Artisan Bread in 5 minutes a day" with a few modifications based on experimentation, ideas from other cook books and measurement converted to weight. I've made it even less work and a little cheaper, but definitely check out the book for more variations and ideas!

    Recipe #436156

    5 Reviews |  By rya

    From "The American Woman's Cookbook", 1938-1977. The book I got this from is so old it has recipes for squirrel! But this fish recipe is completely delicious, and easy too. I serve this with pasta in butter/garlic sauce and boiled greenbeans.

    Recipe #282651

    10 Reviews |  By rya

    My mom used to call this "the Mixture" and it was always a favorite around our house growing up.

    Recipe #282333

    Like most stews, this dish is a little on the homely-looking side, but very tasty, filling, and easy to pull together. The ingredient amounts listed are the ones I use, but as long as there's an appropriate amount of liquid, everything's flexible, go crazy. The listed recipe makes roughly 4 cups of finished stew, which in my house is two dinner portions and one or two smaller lunch portions. Leave out the beef and substitute vegetable stock for a vegetarian dish.

    Recipe #272991

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