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    This is the Chicken a la King recipe from my first cookbook, a Betty Crocker version, circa 1980. The pages are dog eared and/or missing, full of rips and tears, and thoroughly used. I am submitting this recipe to keep it past the life of my old beloved cookbook. I have used this recipe for day after Thanksgiving turkey leftovers since I began making my own turkey. It's just as important now to my family as the Thanksgiving bird in its first form.

    Recipe #510254

    I graduated high school in 1981 and complained to my mom that she didn't teach me to cook like all my friends' mothers had done. She gave me a Betty Crocker cookbook and told me that she made sure I knew how to read. After a flood at my house ruined it, my mom gave me her identical copy 10 years later. And now I need to record a few recipes because this poor, tattered, splotched and dog-eared book doesn't look like it will last much longer.

    Recipe #490692

    My daughter, then 10, bought me a jar of Artichokes and Capers Dip from the Bread Dip Company (Seattle). I lay in bed at night wondering if I should get back up and eat more! MMmmmmmm.... So, naturally, I duplicated it when I couldn't find it locally (well, I think it's close, anyway). According to their jar, serving suggestions ∗ Top on fish or chicken & bake ∗ Create a gourmet pizza ∗ Wonderful over pasta ∗ Spread on favorite sandwiches ∗ Sauté into fresh veggies ∗ Extraordinary in omelets Personally, I spooned it onto French bread slices and devoured it. IF I made enough to share, I'd serve it in a bowl with a small spoon surrounded by French bread rounds.

    Recipe #465083

    When I met my husband's then-89-yr-old grandmother, she fed me for 4 days straight. This breakfast item was SO delicious, I studied her every morning to be able to duplicate it at home. My only REAL change is not poaching the eggs directly in the salsa at the end so I can put it in my fridge and use by tablespoon until it's gone (or full cupful, per my daughter). Add salt as you like -- we usually only salt at the table, if at all. With salt added and the optional jalapeno, though, it makes a great chip dipping salsa, too. This recipe can be doubled or tripled - just increase stovetop time.

    Recipe #465080

    I was looking for breakfast ideas to use up leftover turkey and turkey broth, and created this from several other recipes. Taste tested by the highly critical 9 and 11 yr olds in my house ... and passed with flying colors. I like recipes that are flexible, and in this the pimientos and turkey are optional, but we really like how they taste and how they look. Chopped green peppere would be a great addition with the onions, too. We usually eat 2 eggs per person, so I made 2 per person, but if serving with other items like breakfast potatoes, figuring one per person would be great, too, if you have a large group. It makes a lot of gravy, so you can make as many as 10 eggs easily. Chicken broth and meat instead of turkey would also be yummy, I'm sure. It presents beautifully, and elegantly.

    Recipe #341048


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