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    Jane's Krazy Mixed-Up Salt is sold in a white container in most supermarkets in spice and seasonings section. It is a blend of chunky salt mixed with herbs and spices. I developed this easiest of recipes years ago. The majority of saltiness rolls off during cooking time, leaving behind a very tender and flavorful pork roast that will have people asking for more! Even gravy mixed with pan drippings turns out great. (Note: Total roasting time depends on size of roast.)

    Recipe #422524

    I just discovered this recipe written on an index card in one of my mom's cookbooks. I remember her making these tasty rolls back in the 1980's. Comfort food all in one pot! (Note: The amount of carrot rolls depends on how many strips can be obtained from the round steak. It amounts to 1 carrot for each strip of steak.)

    Recipe #422345

    I wanted to develop a sweet and tangy Grecian-style marinade for pork chops on the grill. The honey also helps tenderize the meat and gives it a beautiful browning ability. I hope you enjoy this! (I didn't want marinade to have a strong garlic flavor, which is why I chose garlic salt.) Note: Times given do not include marinating time of at least 4 hours.

    Recipe #421869

    When I read this recipe, I went, "HUH?" It sounds different and yummy though. *** NOTE: I have not made this recipe yet, but I always have good luck with recipes posted in the Food Section of the San Diego, CA, North County Times. *** (Preparation time does not include preparing and cooling the brownie mix. I think I'll make it the day before.) EDITED TO ADD: I made these brownies on 4/10/10 and did like the different flavors resulting from adding the peanuts and pretzels. I hope you like them too!

    Recipe #417552

    I just had to post this! The colorful M&M's on top gives it a WOW factor for kids, plus it really dresses up the squares. I thought of Easter treats when I read the recipe. A chewy, crunchy and decadant dessert.. (Peanut butter M&M's can also be used.) *** Note: I have not made this recipe. The only hesitation I have is the even layering of the Rice Krispie mixture over the cooled brownies. However, I have always had good luck with the recipes found in the San Diego, CA's North County Times food section *** (Preparation time does not include time it takes to make and cool brownies, which could even be done the day before.)

    Recipe #417494

    No not your elbow -- elbow pasta! (Mine would be too fatty, anyway...)

    Recipe #411336

    I am giving this recipe for the grill method, but it can be easily adapted by browning the pork chops, then adding the rest of the ingredients (with whole blackberries for garnish) to simmer until tender. For a lazyme dinner, I will be posting recipes for shortcut horseradish mashed potatoes and green beans,which is a quick and easy menu we enjoy.

    Recipe #399687

    Now that I'm seeing shelled edamame (healthy blanched soybeans) frozen in bags at the store, this soup is easy and quick to make. I used jarred fresh ginger, because I was out of the regular ginger. Other vegetables could be added, but this is the basic redipe. The Asian flavors make this a winner, and even people like me who aren't as health-conscious as they should be should like it..

    Recipe #399254

    I am safekeeping this pea recipe, which was published in Cooks Illustrated. I am also posting separately variations of this recipe that do not have ham and chives but adds other ingredients. Recipe #394919 uses mushrooms & thyme and Recipe #394966 adds mint, Any recipe from Cooks Illustrated can be trusted. The painstaking testing process used produce sure winners. Note: Ham can be diced leftover or deli ham.

    Recipe #395445

    I am safekeeping this pea recipe, which was published in Cooks Illustrated. I am also posting separately variations of this recipe that do not have mint but adds other ingredients. Recipe #395445 uses ham and chives, Recipe #394919 uses mushrooms and thyme. Any recipe from Cooks Illustrated can be trusted. The painstaking testing process used produce sure winners.

    Recipe #394966

    I am safekeeping this pea recipe, which was published in Cooks Illustrated. I am also posting separately variations of this recipe which do not have mushrooms and thyme but adds other ingredients. Recipe #394966 uses mint, Recipe #395445 uses ham & Chives. Any recipe from Cooks Illustrated can be trusted. The painstaking testing process used produce sure winners.

    Recipe #394919

    I just have to share this recipe, printed in TOH by Judy Wilson. It is a must-have for leftover turkey after-Thanksgiving or, for that matter, anytime by using store-bought sliced turkey breast. I would have this for dinner on chilly nights with a bowl of steaming soup and a fruit salad.

    Recipe #394318

    I hope you like this very simple and tasty side dish. If you wish, you can use fresh peeled carrot circles rather than baby carrots. In place of dried parsley flakes, I substitute with fresh parsley when I have it on hand. (Note: We like the full amount of horseradish. However, if you haven't cooked with horseradish often, you can start with 1/2 T horseradish then taste, then add the other half to regulate the flavor to your liking.)

    Recipe #390116

    We love authentic Mexican grilled corn, which calls for crema and queso fresco.When I don't have time to go to the Mexican food store, I use this almost authentic recipe using things I have at home. Courtesy of Cooks Illustrated who tell us that the recipe is close to what is sold by Mexican street vendors with more common ingredients -- spicy sweet, smoky and charred!. (I am giving directions for both charcoal and gas grills.) NOTE: If you do have queso fresco or Cotija, use either in place of the Romano cheese.

    Recipe #388766

    This different and refreshing recipe was given to me by a friend. Herb and feta quantities can be adjusted as you wish, but this is the basic recipe.

    Recipe #313258

    This tasty recipe is usually grilled, but can also be baked if you'd like. We use chicken thighs, but any cut of chicken is OK. Preparation time does not include marinating time.

    Recipe #312128

    This sauce is wonderful, and I want to share it. I serve it with ham and pork roasts. This recipe is quoted from a book by Laura Brody, the author of "Slow Cooker Cooking". She says: "This sweet-and-sour, pineapple-based melange can be used as a marinade, as a cooking and grilling sauce, and as a condiment for cold meats and poultry. If you don't want to wrestle the tough outer skin off the pineapple, buy fresh sliced pineapple, available at many supermarkets, fruit stands, and health food stores."

    Recipe #290543

    An easy brunch recipe that can be adapted for any type of meat or vegetables. This is a good way of using leftovers. (A recipe I tweaked from an old Taste of Home Recipe)

    Recipe #290527

    A mousse-like dessert even leprecauns would love! Taken from a St. Patrick's day website on the internet. (Cooking time does not include chilling time)

    Recipe #290504

    I obtained this from a friend who said it was from The Gables Inn Bed & Breakfast in California.

    Recipe #290440

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