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    I first made this during a vacation where my hostesses had no food on hand. I had to come up with something or starve. This is so simple, quick, delicious and fun to make! It is a kid and adult pleaser, and it can suit most palates. Adjust the butter and brown sugar if you are watching your diet.

    Recipe #390800

    I first had this at a root beer stand. They top hot dogs with it, yum. Next, I found it at a Hot and Now fast food drive-thru on a burger. Again, yum. I was surprised it was not posted here already. This can be really salty if using a 1:1 ratio of mayo to olives, so I gave a range. You can add more mayo (or use less olives) to suit your taste. This will make just under 1/2 c of olive mayonnaise. Use to top hot dogs or burgers, or use as a chip dip. It's delicious! Note: To make it clear, you need to work with your ratio of mayo to olives. If it seems too salty, add more mayo. If it is too bland, add more olives. I cannot speak for how olive oil mayonnaise would affect the taste or saltiness, but adjusting the amounts should have reduced the saltiness. It IS salty, and that's what makes it good. It just doesn't have to be too salty.

    Recipe #338700

    This is my own recipe for tuna casserole. I don't remember why I originally used this combination of ingredients, but I've never done it any other way since then. The ingredients are cheap and easily on hand. Best of all, it tastes great, reheats well and feeds a crowd if needed! I just make it for my little clan of 4 (with lots of leftovers), but it could feed 8 or more if you add side dishes. I hope you enjoy this as much as my family does. Note: prep time includes boiling the water.

    Recipe #334216

    This was posted on the back of a store brand can of sweetened condensed milk. It sounds so good. Unfortunately, my daughter's allergic to pineapple, but it gives options for lime, lemon, cranberry, orange or tangerine juice. I think the combination of orange and chocolate could be delicious. The prep time is a guess and does not include freeze time. I have not tried this, but I hope you like it!

    Recipe #328724

    After a trip to the farmer's market, I was in love with the idea of red and orange peppers for 50 cents. At the grocery store, these cost about $2. So, we loaded up on red, orange and green peppers. But what to do with them? I wanted to make a sort of American goulash - the beef and macaroni in spaghetti sauce. But what if I added peppers? Would that make it better - or worse? I'm happy to say it is better! This is not super flashy, out-of-this-world gourmet or spicy. It's kid friendly. It's quick and easy. It's also very healthy with lean ground beef. Prep time includes boiling the water and chopping the peppers while lecturing two small children, so your time may vary. I hope you enjoy this as much as my children and I did! I can't wait for hubby to eat some when he gets home.

    Recipe #325964

    These are yummy little morsels combining ingredients I had on hand with some red pepper we picked up at a farmer's market today. The binding was a bit of a challenge, but if you don't need an elegant dinner, who cares if they break apart? In the past, when I made these, they were mistaken for salmon patties. I think that's pretty cool...isn't salmon more expensive? You can experiment with your own blend of spices and herbs, but avoid tarragon. It makes the patties taste bitter. Kids like these, and they're attractive next to some buttered corn. Enjoy!

    Recipe #325091

    I had an idea of how I wanted to make this recipe, and I had all the ingredients. I wasn't finding exactly what I wanted in the recipes out there, so being stubborn, I did it myself. This is good! Not that I am surprised, mind you. Heh ;) This is not an especially difficult recipe to prepare. It takes little time overall, and the taste is excellent! Note the cooking time is for the oven. The prep time includes frying and is approximate.

    Recipe #311680

    I made this for my 7 year old and 3 year old today. One loved it, and the other said, "Who puts chocolate and peanut butter together?" LOL My 3 year old ate it all, and she never finishes her lunches. I cut mine into little bites and tried adding raisins on top for eyeballs so I could call them "bug wraps." Of course, they didn't stick to the tortilla without the peanut butter mooshing out, and she looked at me like I was slightly off my rocker for all my effort. *sniff* I wanted my kids to have the protein in peanut butter, and the chocolate chips were meant to entice them to keep eating. This would even work for breakfast, I would think. Amounts are approximate since I went with what looked right at the time. Remember, honey is not safe for kids younger than 3 (botulism risk). I hope you like this!

    Recipe #252909

    This has long been a specialty of mine. These potatoes are versatile. They can be wrapped in foil or left exposed. They can be baked using convection or a regular oven. You might even try the microwave. I added those directions at the end. These potatoes will come out very tender, full of flavor and oh so yummy. You might choose to eat them with nothing but butter on top, as my husband does. These potatoes are even hearty enough to replace meat as your main dish at supper. They will also be pretty enough to serve to company. I have had so many comments that these are identical to the Red Lobster potatoes that I had to try the ones at RL. I agree they are similar, but mine seem more flavorful. I think I put on more salt and end up with a drier, crisper skin.

    Recipe #252307

    I came up with this tonight in order to use up some ground turkey and hash brown patties. I crossed my fingers as I went along, and surprise! - It is delicious! :) The kids also loved it (6 and 3 y.o.). It is comfort food at its best. Yum! I served this with a simple side salad.

    Recipe #220931

    Photos now posted! I created this fun treat for a children's Christmas party for first graders. It was a huge hit with kids and parents alike. In the end, the teacher asked to keep the rest for the teacher's lounge. This looks complicated, but it is so easy! This recipe results in a wintry scene with "snow," an igloo, icy water and even a polar bear mother and cub! This dessert works for all kinds of winter get-togethers. Note: prep time was approximated because this was my original creation. You might go much faster. I followed recipe #96111 for the crisped rice ingredients and cooking.

    Recipe #202098

    This was a wonderful creation I made today. I could not find a Mexican style pot roast that included the ingredients I had on hand, so I threw together what I hoped were spices that blended well. Boy, did they ever! I served this with vegetarian refried beans sprinkled with a shredded Mexican 4-cheese blend. I hope you enjoy this as much as I did.

    Recipe #174511

    This is an amazingly easy cake I created for a church function when I was a teenager. I received rave reviews and never had a crumb to sample. The cook time will be determined by the cake mix directions and your cookware.

    Recipe #174044

    I saw this on FoodTV's Calling All Cooks, which is now defunct. The recipe was created by Karen Edidin from Buffalo Grove, Illinois, who originally called it Mystery Meat Loaf. However, a quick Google search showed mystery meatloaves scare people. Don't let anyone watch you make this! You'll give away the secret ingredient too early.

    Recipe #171570

    This is my own creation. I wanted to make a spicy chili with a "bite" to it. Literally, I wanted something firm in the chili. My pepper mill inspired me last year for a block party's chili contest. I added whole peppercorns, and my new favorite recipe was born! You can adjust the heat level in this dish by adding or subtracting peppercorns, cooking longer or shorter times and refrigerating the chili overnight before cooking it. The more this chili ages, the softer the peppercorns become and the less intensity they hold.

    Recipe #142571


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