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    chicken gravy to make a quik really homemade soup that is ready in only 15 minutes .

    Recipe #365196

    Rich and desert-like. A sneaky way to eat a vegetable and you will never know it because it is so good also easy to make.

    Recipe #177473

    Easy cracker crumbs zucchini meal from friend g.c. A sneaky way to eat vegetable. If cut small it is not even noticeable as a real vegetable.

    Recipe #177472

    Easy three beans and three steps (a,b,c). Good for open houses or where people drop in. Stays warm in crock pot. I kinda think this is from the 1950's. My great grandma, my grandma, my mom and now I cook it. One of my sisters cooks it and I'm working on my daughter to cook it too! (diabetes substitutions at bottom of recipe).

    Recipe #177468

    FLAVORFUL! reduced calorie and salt because parmesan cheese is so flavorful that you use less of it than other cheeses low fat for the same reason. olive oil is full of the special healthy type of fat and has antioxidants and vitamins. also good with rice instead of garlic bread.

    Recipe #36366

    Resembles Belgian waffles but easier, and moister than a pancake. I did not want to buy and store a separate waffle maker, so I use a George Foreman meat grill. It is also easier than making with a waffle maker. Tastes like Belgian waffles but easier to make. Good with syrup or whipped cream and fruit sauce or with a meal like gravy or cream sauce. Is handy when no access to stove.

    Recipe #22562

    I read it in a Little House on the Prairie book somewhere. Idon't use measurements--by the cup or by the quart. I used it as a tea at Girl Scout da ycamp first and it was good.

    Recipe #16421

    Salmon egg crumble served on toast or rye crisp. Tasty, easy, inexpensive, simple. If you want the "eeww gross" factor for children who like to be ridiculous, then tell them that originally it was fish egg and chicken egg a really long time ago in history.

    Recipe #15318

    Apple cider vinegar marinade for chicken is an easy way to make chicken tender even if the bird is tough. My grandma also used on game,pork or beef to make it tender and moist.

    Recipe #15224

    Italian Spanish Rice casserole uses up leftovers from other meals fast. Can microwave in a hurry. May make ahead then put in fridge with a lid to heat when you get ready. I threw it together when needed to use up leftovers

    Recipe #15113

    Easy and needs no attention to stay moist for a long time. While guests eat casually on no schedule, like for an open house.

    Recipe #15048

    Stovetop scotch scones griddle from New Settlement Cookbook sent by Barbaja w. I like the change from being usual oven bake (New Settlement Cookbook)

    Recipe #12840

    Vegetable bread for Halloween or fall. Full of vegetable nutrients and freezes well. From Barbaja's neighbor, J.K.

    Recipe #12683

    Halloween or Fall Bunnicula (a bunny rabbit resembling Dracula by name is a children's book) and kids like to eat something related to a book and with a Halloween theme can be eaten any time go read the book to complete the Halloween theme if you want to vegetables are healthy. (cannot be made in a bread machine) sent by barbaja w.

    Recipe #12674

    Because it is strangely ugly in appearance, children and adults think it is Halloween, but can also be fall. A porcupine is an odd creature that can easily be thought of as Halloween in it's looks I think. With thanks to Red Star yeast sent by Barbaja W.

    Recipe #12667

    I made up this recipe myself. Kids like this because it is "ugly monster bread" It is a good way to get kids to eat fruit and not know it. Good with hot dogs and beans for a rustic autumn taste. The dessert will have a green look for Halloween. Yes the bread will be green or red if you wish it to be less green or red then drain the fruit and add 1/2 cup of milk.

    Recipe #12620

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