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    2 Reviews |  By Stacky5

    This was one of my Mom's best-known dishes. She always brought this one to all of my Girlscout & PTA potlucks, and undoubtedly she would be writing down this recipe for many requestors when I was just trying to GO HOME!!! Although it aggrivated me to no end that her recipe was so popular (when I was little), I'm also thankful that I have the pleasure of sharing her hand-written recipe with my friends now...

    Recipe #126631

    3 Reviews |  By Stacky5

    This is a really easy and tasty recipe for people who just like the taste of "down-home" cooking. Nothing fancy, but absolutely delicious!

    Recipe #126628

    This was another one of our favorites in the 70's Very inexpensive and very easy to make. Just recently found this recipe hand-written by my Mom, and the warm feelings flood back to me, because this was a true favorite in our house. Little did I know that she was on such a tight budget, yet made things like this that we all loved!! NOTE: The meat that was used in this recipe always varied, according to whatever we had available at the time.

    Recipe #126623

    6 Reviews |  By Stacky5

    This was a recipe of my Mom's that was a favorite to all us kids! I recently found her hand-written recipe and just had to post this (especially for Chef Bill Hilbrich who has a cookbook devoted to Spam...) When I look back on those years in the 70's when my siblings and I looked forward to this dish so much, I now realize that my Mom was just trying to "stretch her grocery budget," but how happy she must have been that we really LOVED this recipe! Funny, huh?

    Recipe #126618

    3 Reviews |  By Stacky5

    This is how my ex-DH cooks fish that he and my kids catch right here in 14-Mile Creek and Indian Creek in Southern Indiana...I hate to sound like such a simpleton, but this is the real, simple, "Mountain-Man" thing, a down-to-earth fresh fish recipe! NEVER any leftovers, although the kids get pretty grossed out watching ex-DH clean and fillet the fish!!! :) P.S. ex DH says you "Gotta have a 10" iron skillet for this one." VISUAL WARNING: The pictures were taken the last time ex-DH cooked this, and he is a VERY MESSY cook! LOL!

    Recipe #126533

    1 Reviews |  By Stacky5

    I got this recipe from the back of a package of frozen Reame's noodles. I was pleasantly surprised at the rave reviews I got from my kids! I thought it sounded good to me, but the fact that the kids ate it all gone made it a keeper for me!

    Recipe #126291

    5 Reviews |  By Stacky5

    This is not very fancy, but it sure does taste good! It's what I came up with after my kids refused to eat fish sticks and frozen breaded fish filets...I've tried it with fresh bass and perch, but my favorite is made with Orange Roughy (less fishy-tasting and economical, I think...) NOTE: 60 minutes of the prep time is 60 minutes of marinating time.

    Recipe #126032

    My Mom used to make this for us, after she was just a little too old to stand in the kitchen for too long...It was one of her favorites that was easy to make, yet tasted like good old-fashioned comfort food...Sure do miss my Mom!!!

    Recipe #125487

    7 Reviews |  By Stacky5

    I got this recipe from someone I worked with 20 years ago...Her name was Ruth and she was such a sweetheart! Lost track of her when I left Ohio and moved to Indiana...Anyway, this is so easy that my kids can help me make this and they love it...

    Recipe #125479

    9 Reviews |  By Stacky5

    This recipe came from my friend, Michelle, who I used to work with...This was her Mom's recipe -- who was the chef in a small bistro here in Southern Indiana...Michelle's Mom passed away a couple of years ago and I'm so proud to have this recipe to pass on...

    Recipe #125477

    1 Reviews |  By Stacky5

    This is a recipe that I wrote down while watching "Martha Stewart Living"...Seemed so easy and looked so good! It really tastes good! I have changed it up a bit...Her recipe calls for 2-3 lb. chicken fryer, but I use boneless chicken breasts instead, and tweaked it just a tad for my own taste...(Personal preferences...) It was my first attempt at broiling chicken, but it really turned out flavorful and yummy!

    Recipe #125384

    8 Reviews |  By Stacky5

    This was a recipe that I learned from a neighbor in Ohio. There are other recipes out there like this one, but this is the easiest one I've found, and in my opinion, the best tasting...I always make 2 of these at a time and share the 2nd with friends who in turn share a dish with my family...Or you could make it all in one big 9 x 13" rectangular pan...It's a keeper for sure! (And quite the ice-breaker, I must say!)

    Recipe #125122

    This recipe came from Giada de Laurentis on the Food Network. I saw her make this and I was amazed at how simple it was! It's like being a gourmet cook yet fooling everyone--!!! Tastes so light and fresh, but yet so satisfying for those pasta cravings we sometimes get! Very Italian...Yum!

    Recipe #125120

    8 Reviews |  By Stacky5

    My friend, Kim, from Marion County, KY told me this recipe...It's the ONLY recipe I can use to get my kids to eat pork chops! Every time I make this, there are not only any leftovers, but they actually FIGHT about "who gets the last one!" Awesome, and so easy, I'm ashamed to post this...

    Recipe #125115

    This is a "usual" that I bring to the office potlucks...It's also a favorite of my kids that they now EXPECT to have every New Years' Eve! So easy for a Crockpot appetizer! Sometimes I make this for dinner -- I just whip up some old fashioned mashed potatoes and serve the meatballs & sauce over top (or to the side) of the mashed potatoes...And the kids just love me when I do that!!! :)

    Recipe #125114

    1 Reviews |  By Stacky5

    This is a twist on chicken pot pie that I've never seen before on ANY recipe site...Very different and totally awesome! The cream cheese and parmesan cheese added to the filling makes such a tasty difference. This is not your average chicken pot pie! :)

    Recipe #124945

    1 Reviews |  By Stacky5

    My old friend, Kim from Marion County, KY, used to make this for her family at least once every 2 weeks. They adore it and my kids and I love it too! The addition of the tomato puree puts a whole new "twist" on this chicken soup. Kim said her family had been making it this way for at least 3 generations! Must be a Kentucky thing...NOTE: Original recipe calls for 3 TBSP hot sauce.

    Recipe #124944

    This is what I call awesome home cooking...My Mom used to make this and we'd all be dying just smelling how wonderful it was going to be while it was cooking! My Mom was a gifted cook, and this recipe just might prove it...YUM!

    Recipe #124943

    3 Reviews |  By Stacky5

    This is my sister's recipe that was my Mom's favorite as well as my Nana's favorite...Very tasty and really easy to make!

    Recipe #124905

    4 Reviews |  By Stacky5

    This is one of my favorites, and even the ex-DH loves it! I got this recipe from the back of a Del Monte veggie can! It's been a keeper in my family, and truly tastes good--especially if you like smoked sausage! YUM!

    Recipe #124506

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