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    We live in a very rural area and I normally place an order online to get my 80+ lbs of premium dog kibble each month to keep my German Shepherds healthy and happy. Once in a while the kibble delivery has been delayed due to snow or bad weather and yet my dogs had to be fed, so I did some research. I knew that I needed to make their coming week's food from what bulk emergency supplies that I had on hand. Fortunately, I already knew that when grain and beans are combined it makes a complete protein, making the best use what little meat I had on hand. Believe me my 3 German Shepherds range between 80 and 120 lbs each and can put away a lot of chow. I need it to meet their needs for nutrition, calories and taste. They have consistently done very well on this and it is now my fall back to recipe for homemade dog food...and it can all be cooked in one pot (one VERY LARGE, 12 quart stock pot). :-)

    Recipe #519446

    Quick, easy and delicious! The recipe makes one serving, but I usually make 8 to 12 at a time (depending on the size of my muffin tin) allowing 2 nested eggs per person.

    Recipe #518400

    We have a large family and try to get together as often as possible throughout the year. When we do get together most of our meals are in the form of buffet style potlucks, as it gives us a good opportunity to enjoy sampling the cooking of our various cooks and it also helps us spread out the work that is involved in feeding such a large group. I like to bring this salad because it is colorful, travels well and is well received!

    Recipe #516745

    Some days I want bacon and eggs, but don't have the time to stand at the stove to fix it all. With this recipe I can quickly get everything into the muffin tin, pop it in the oven, and use the 20 minutes of cooking time to finish getting ready. For those not eating low carb, you can place the finished product inside an english muffin for a quick and easy breakfast sandwich on the go!

    Recipe #516257

    My family enjoys sausage gravy over biscuits from time to time, but not too long ago I decided to try it with bacon and it was a hit! I serve mine over toasted low carb bread or over cooked, semi-mashed cauliflower and either way, it's very good! For my non-low carb eaters, I serve it over biscuits and there are never any leftovers!

    Recipe #514355

    This is an easy, delicious dinner and can be served over low carb pasta, cooked cauliflower or regular pasta (for those not counting carbs!). My family loves this quick dinner and I love that it can be put together so quickly! If I am serving this over pasta, I will often use two jars of Alfredo because we prefer extra sauce on our pasta.

    Recipe #513323

    A nice and easy change of pace from tossed salads and a good low carb accompaniment for BBQ chicken that the whole family likes!

    Recipe #512787

    This is a quick low carb dinner which my kids love! I generally serve the gravy over cooked cauliflower that I've semi-mashed up with a fork (to resemble rice) or over low carb noodles. For those who aren't counting their carbs, I serve this over rice or mashed potatoes. I love that it is easy, quick and well received!

    Recipe #512707

    Our family has always enjoyed my mother-in-law's simple recipe for Sloppy Joes, but now that I am eating low carb, I needed to change it up. The changes I made seem to work very well and it is still very easy to prepare with easy to find ingredients. I make my own sugar free ketchup, but most stores carry them now. If I don't have some low-carb bread or a low carb tortilla, I will wrap it in a lettuce leaf or sprinkle it over my green salad for a heartier and tasty luncheon salad.

    Recipe #511919

    A nice tropical variation!

    Recipe #511821

    1 Reviews |  By Likkel

    A nice casserole for breakfast or dinner!

    Recipe #511766

    For me, this is a good unexpected company dinner. I normally have everything for this already in my pantry and freezer, so it just takes me a few minutes to throw everything together and pop it in the oven. Served with a salad and brown and serve dinner rolls (for those not eating low carb) and we're ready to sit down to a nice dinner that everyone really enjoys!

    Recipe #511755

    Sometimes I need a quick grab and go breakfast that doesn't jeopardize my low carb eating plan, tastes good and is satisfying. This one fits the bill! I make a batch or two, freeze them and on those rushed morning, I just place it on a paper towel and pop it into the microwave till heated and I am quickly on my way!

    Recipe #511720

    2 Reviews |  By Likkel

    I was looking to use some my kitchen staples for a easy mid-week dinner that would come together quickly, but still made the family happy. What I found was a good "Company's Coming for Dinner" recipe to serve any day of the week! It can be made either low fat or low carb by using either lite or nonfat sour cream and mayo, or not.The flavors really come together nicely whichever way you choose!

    Recipe #506925

    From either our own garden or from the generosity of our family or friends, we enjoy a bounty of cucumbers every summer and love the cool, refreshing taste of cucumber salads. Here is my basic recipe with a variety of options to change it to your liking and depending on what herbs you might be growing.

    Recipe #506265

    I avoided making BBQ ribs for years, sure that there were difficult tricks of the trade to make them so good! After enjoy some better than restaurant quality ribs at my sisters I finally decided to ask her what the tricks were. She had a good laugh and then promised me that they were NOT hard to make and there were no tricks at all, just a few easy steps to follow that always brought wonderful, finger licking results. The next day, I received her recipe in the email and it was just as she had described…both simple and easy to follow. Thanks Deb for sharing your recipe and I (and my family) wish that I had asked for your recipe two decades ago!

    Recipe #505171

    My father grew up with fond memories from his youth of the down home cooking of his mother and sisters. When he dropped over one evening for an impromptu visit, I invited him to join us for a simple dinner built around some homemade sweet cornbread that I had just taken from the oven. My apologies to him for our simple (very non-company) type dinner were enthusiastically waved aside as he devoured a surprising number of cornbread squares! At the end of our meal, he declared that my cornbread was not only delicious, but had the exact tasted and texture of the cornbread that his mother used to fix for him…I can’t imagine a nicer endorsement than that! He passed on a number of years ago and I miss him terribly, but every time I fix this cornbread, it puts a smile on my face just remembering the many cornbread dinners that Dad and my family enjoyed together after that!

    Recipe #501892

    I was treated tonight to a nice dinner that not only was quick to put together, but was tasty and had a surprising and pleasant crunch to each bite. Both kids and adults enjoyed these burritos and found them to be a nice change of pace from the regular and expected.

    Recipe #501400

    I've been making these for years and they are still at the top of the list for weekly requested dinners! This is an easy recipe and the pork is fork tender when you take it out of the oven. We serve the extra sauce over the chops and to top some mashed potatoes (or lightly buttered noodles). Enjoy!

    Recipe #497062

    I've been making these for years and they are still at the top of the list for weekly requested dinners! This is an easy recipe and the pork is fork tender when you take it out of the oven. We serve the extra sauce over the chops and to top some mashed potatoes (or lightly buttered noodles). Enjoy!

    Recipe #497061

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