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    This is seasoning mix from "The Gumbo Pages", one of my favorite web places to be. Southern delight and good story telling. The recipe is how he wrote it!

    Recipe #191938

    Beef and rice combine for fancy pressure cooked meatballs. From GetRecipe.com (Regulator Rocking Slowly while cooking, refer to your users manual)

    Recipe #191937

    My Mom and Dad gave me a 6QT pressure cooker for a birthday gift! Alas, the booklet did not have a recipe for brat's, so I went with the timing for steaks. I did not have beer or wine so it's not any authentic recipe, but pretty much posted for the timing of the Pressure cooking. I will use posted recipe's from other 'Zaar cooks and rate the recipes with notes that I've used a Pressure Cooker. The brat's came out very tender and not overcooked, still time to sear on a grill!

    Recipe #190738

    From Chef # 225746 when posting a review for “Odor-be-gone Pet Urine Remover “.”Variation on the odor remover recipe is a Weed Killer recipe”. I was searching under “pet” and found the original posting and the review and wanted to save the weed killer recipe, but as of this time, the original Chef hasn’t posted anything. I hope they forgive such an intrusion, but I’m trying to give credit where it’s due! :>

    Recipe #254704

    I make do sometimes, as most of us do. A simple recipe in a rice cooker. Inexpensive and pantry friendly. This is probably bland for some people, but it would be tummy friendly to sensitive stomachs, as well as filling. Use a rice cooker, except for the skillet to crumble and brown the ground turkey in. Substitute as you like. (Use left over chicken or diced roast, perhaps?) Keep it simple.

    Recipe #439248

    A friend of mine from work taught me the concept of cooking rice in a skillet years ago and it's basically how I prepare "plain" rice most of the time. You can serve something over it, beside it, or add cooked meats to it before adding the liquid. Chicken, smoked sausage, hamburger, whatever you like. It's pretty neutral.

    Recipe #165040

    Too easy and lots of people like them! I do these for cooking out with poultry and red meats. Good for hamburgers too. Even stirred into rice.

    Recipe #161452

    Something with ingredients everyone can find, and you can pot-luck it too. Serve it with other food in a meal or make it a snack meal on it's own.

    Recipe #169097

    I looked at Tater Tot casseroles on Recipezaar to see if there was one like this, and I didn't find a recipe. A friend of mine told me how she makes the casserole and the other recipe's are similar to hers. But what do you do when you want potatoes and chili? Use what brands you like, this is what I picked up in the grocery. Big casserole for a big crowd or left overs.

    Recipe #179099

    This is a plain potato salad. Some of my family and friends have stomach issues and cannot tolerate certain foods or spices. Prepared, this looks simple and inviting and is great for potlucks and picnics. I am writing this as if it is for a potluck (and also for beginner chefs) because that's how I cook, for a small Army!

    Recipe #165282

    (Introduction by Malcolm Hébert) "When the French settled in New Orleans they discovered the pecan. And they promptly made good use of it by creating pecan brittle, pecan pralines, pecan sauce and of course pecan pie. The first pecans I ever ate came from my Grandmother's pecan tree in her backyard. Every Christmas she would send a 50 pound gunny sack of pecans to my mother. My Grandmother's pecans were not those tasteless thin shelled kind; hers had thick shells with just as much shell as meat and 10 times more taste. "This recipe for pecan pie is from my mother's uncle whose family owned Tujague's restaurant in New Orleans for more than 70 years." (I have saved this from Chuck Taggart's recipes, truly a Southerner)

    Recipe #229470

    From Country Living. Producing a fork-tender, melt-in-the-mouth roast in less than an hour is still one of the pressure cooker's most dramatic feats. (Adapted from Cooking Under Pressure by Lorna J. Sass.)

    Recipe #192026

    This is simple, home-style soup. I try to be specific because I know there are people just starting out, so I ask a little patience for that! I love it if someone describes a technique for the kitchen, it helps me too!

    Recipe #161556

    This is a make-do what-do-we-have recipe and I am estimating the amounts. Adjust any spice to your taste but part of cooking is invention!

    Recipe #137921

    This is something I make for a large group, my family! It sounds like alot of meat, but it goes fast at my house! Good sandwiches if you have leftovers! Who doesn't like Meatloaf?

    Recipe #138267

    This is how I clean my own cast iron skillets, cast iron lids, and cast iron Dutch ovens. If you are unsure about my method, don't try it. It works for me, because although my cast iron is very old, it has no breaks or cracks. I have had really nice results this way! For self-cleaning ovens! *** I read a review (and thanks for it really!) that this will delete the non-stick qualities. I should have made my intention clearer, since this is what I do when cast iron has too much old, old build-up or looks too disgusting from non-use. I am happy someone said something though! I use my cast iron alot, so mine continues to stay nice because of that.

    Recipe #162044

    I was trying to look up history on a particular Crockpot and found this recipe posted instead. It looks easy enough and I like crockpot recipes. The name is from the website where this was posted by Tom921, and thanks Tom921!

    Recipe #221536

    For safekeeping, from the instruction book that came with my model: KSC700OBO Kitchenaid Slow Cooker. This recipe is copied from the book. The Slow Cooker I have is a LARGE 7 quart rectangular/oval shape from JC Penney catalog. Nice for large groups and freezer meals. I seem to be the "Holiday" cook in my family! I believe small appliances are as important as large ones and invest accordingly for my needs.

    Recipe #190717

    I recieve emails from Prevention Online. These come weekly and have lots of interesting articles. This was "Posted: Apr 25, 2004". I wanted a safe place to keep it and to share it with the people of Recipezaar. This is posted in the Health Discussions: Conquering Cholesterol. Here is a link for Prevention for cholesterol: http://www.prevention.com/cda/channel2002/0,2469,s1-683,00.html . I like to find tonics and cures that are affordable and use natural ingredients. Sometimes we need prescriptions, but a little prevention may just go a long way. I see a pattern of age and weight as contrubuting factors, besides genes and this is a natural occurance for so many of us. Even if we are within a healthy weight range, we may not be the weight we were when we were teenagers and 20 somethings. I'm thinking this contributes individually and am interested in finding out. I hope this helps somebody!

    Recipe #177999


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