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This makes a nice 'starch' side dish for steak or chicken.
This recipe can be used for breading just about anything that is already cooked, i.e. leftover chicken, vegetables.
My mom used to make these for my Uncle every time he came for lunch. They are a quick and easy breakfast or lunch.
This is nice because you can make it in the microwave and it makes it's own sauce.
This is an old Irish dish. I call it true 'comfort food'.
My mom used this on the mornings when we had run out of bread. She also used it to make sandwiches if needed. It came from my Granny who used it to round out meals during the Depression.
These are a nice appetizer or a handy snack. My kids love them.
This is the easiest biscuit recipe I have ever used. I came up with it when I had no shortening.
These fool the tongue into thinking you are eating something sweet.
This is a multiple stew recipe. You can used almost any combination of the ingredients that you have on hand.
This is an old English recipe (although they called it Stewed Mince)
These are great to use up leftover cranberry sauce, but I also buy canned to make them.
These have the advantage of needing no milk, and are as easy as a cake mix.
This can be either Italian or Mexican in flavour.
This is a handy little treat to put in lunches, since there is no icing to make a mess, but it has a 'hidden' sweet treat.
I found this recipe in the Kraft Winter 'Whats Cooking'. I made a few changes to it to suit our tastes and it was a hit.
I hate spending the time making those little round balls, so I came up with this method.
These are in my published cookbook as 'Victorian Jewels'. They take fruitcake to a tasty new high and are very easy to make. Prep. time does not include the overnight marinating.
This is almost as easy as making a cake mix, and has the advantage of using no eggs.
This is practically as easy as a cake mix. It makes a real splash in appearance.
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