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    2 Reviews |  By Kerena

    From the Oct 2012 Issue of Food Network Magazine.

    Recipe #487078

    From Slow&Simple.com...submitted by Ira. Ira says" NOTES: Instead of sprinkling the meat with soy sauce, salt, paprika, pepper & flour as the recipes says, I mix those all together in a small bowl. This prevents the flour from becoming clumpy. Instead of chopped onions, I use 3 or 4 small yellow onions whole (I'm not an onion fan but still like the taste they give the stew. ) I add about 1/4 cup barbecue sauce to the top, before putting the cover on. I use whatever variety of sauce that I have on hand. I don't usually buy the "regular" flavor of any brand, but instead have hickory, brown sugar or garlic and onion flavors. The BBQ sauce adds an extra "kick" to the meat and gravy. For the beef broth, since I don't usually keep that on hand, I dissolve 1 beef bouillon cube into 1 cup boiling water. "

    Recipe #486821

    From Cuisine At Home...." You can also make this recipe using steak. Substitute 1½ pounds of flank steak for the chicken, then brown it just like the chicken"

    Recipe #486506

    From Shaken Together Website. Just a bit different from the other breakfast casserole recipes for the crockpot. Posting for safe keeping. I haven't tried it so I'm not sure how it will come out. Servings are a guesstimate as they were not listed.

    Recipe #486497

    From the BettyCrocker.com websites...."Let potatoes soak up creamy mushroom and garlic flavors, then sprinkle with Parmesan to add a flavorful snap. "

    Recipe #486348

    From BettyCrocker.com..."Blogger Brooke McLay from Cheeky Kitchen gives easy cookie bars a seriously delicious makeover with the help of coconut and candy bars. " The recipe notes "These bars are great when made the night before, and they can be stored in an airtight container in the fridge for up to 3 days"

    Recipe #486347

    From TheChew.com. Posted for safe keeping.

    Recipe #485873

    This is another recipe from our neighbor Kathy Miedema. She noted it is "Super yummy and easy. Also easy to adjust (if you can't find poppy seeds for example). The recipe is originally from Better Homes and Gardens "75 Years of All-Time Favorites" 1997.

    Recipe #485068

    This recipe comes from Alan's mom. I had never had this until I went camping with them at Trinity for the first time. I was hooked from the first bite! Yummy good, filling food.

    Recipe #485067

    This recipe comes from a dear, dear high school buddy of mine Tammy Landsiedel. She may be living in a different state but she will always be close to my heart! She noted "This recipe is especially good if it is put together in the morning and cooked later in the evening. We have also substituted turkey for the chicken".

    Recipe #485066

    1 Reviews |  By Kerena

    This recipe is from Tammy Landsiedel a fellow Tennyson Lancer and great friend. She says this recipe is "Very Yummy!"

    Recipe #485065

    Another recipe from Tammy Landsiedel. We were good friends in High School and I am happy to say we have kept in touch through the years! Tammy says "This is great with a salad and garlic bread".

    Recipe #485064

    Our friend, Tammy Landsiedel said "I got these first few recipes from a friend as a christmas gift a few years ago, (she made me a cookbook af some of her favorite recipes, great gift idea, especially for newlyweds), and when I tried them on my family, (I have very picky eaters), they really like them". This is one of the recipes she included.

    Recipe #485063

    This recipe is from Tammy Landsiedel. She says "I found it in a cookbook and it actually calls for hamburger, not sausage. I substituted to turn it into a breakfast, even though we eat it for dinner. I don't like onion, especially in my eggs and potatoes, so I don't use it in this recipe." She also said "This is good served with fresh fruit."

    Recipe #485062

    Tammy Landsiedel gave us this recipe and said "Everyone needs a good cookie recipe, so here is the original Oatmeal Chocolate Chip cookie recipe that was on the back of the Quaker Oatmeal box when I was a kid. You can't find this one anymore. This recipe does not work with butter or margarine". She added "This makes about 8 dozen cookies and this recipe is doubled because 4 dozen cookies is never enough!!!! Very yummy warm with a cold glass of milk." You can also substitute whatever you choose in place of the chocolate chips. Note from Kerena - I mix and match - chocolate chips, nuts, coconut, M&M's, etc.

    Recipe #485061

    This recipe comes from our friend Amy McCann. She grew up with Christine, our sister-in-law, and has since adopted our family as part of thier circle of friends. According to her this is her "favorite recipe" and "it's very easy". The yield is a guesstimate.

    Recipe #485060

    This recipe came from Sheila Dimas another long time friend. She and her husband Billy both went to Tennyson High School while I was there. She says this recipe came from her "Dear friend Donna" and is "one that our family just loves and whenever I make it for others or parties its a hit". Servings size is a guesstimate, depends upon how many tortillas you fill. Cooking and prep time are also estimates.

    Recipe #485059

    This recipe came to me from my sister Carol Keates. She is the baker of the three daughters in the family and thus the keeper of the yummy recipes! She will get up before going to work and bake goodies to take into her staff....now that's a boss! My mom made these for us growing up and they were always a hit with friends and family. You can use any kid of nuts you like in this recipe.

    Recipe #485058

    Another recipe from my wizard of a baker sister, Carol Keates.

    Recipe #485057

    Yet another tasty treat from my sister Carol Keates. This happens to be one of my favorite cookies....Hope Ian likes them when he is older.

    Recipe #485056

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