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    This is a quick on the road recipe to serve as a soup or sauce over meat and baked or over pasta, potatoes or rice. For kids cut out the cayenne pepper and no bottled pepper sauce.

    Recipe #168662

    DH loves applesauce on his toast.A brunch recipe was born. It is quick and easy and easy to double for a crowd.

    Recipe #168425

    You usually had eggs from chickens, milk & butter from cows and sugar and vinegar as preservatives for fruit, vegetables & meat. Serve fresh berries on top of each slice, strawberries, blueberries or raspberries with cream. This is good. Old, old ranch recipe. My Aunt Laura would make this for us. This has no milk.

    Recipe #168275

    Our family used to eat round steak pounded until it was very thin and tender, then chicken fried. Turkey or chicken, ham, bacon and relish are in this recipe, also mustard, mayo and brown sugar. Very simple to prepare, just follow the steps.

    Recipe #168257

    I used to make with beef, now it is turkey. Beef is tastier A good make ahead dish, refrigerate,then bake. Serve with a salad. The flavors become more intense the longer it is refrigerated & covered. It can be served the next day, heated slowly. The meatballs & sauce can be served over tortilla chips if rice is not desired.

    Recipe #168204

    Turkey is pretty bland and has no extra fat in the meat so I find ways to spice it up/ I called these "Go to the Devil" Burgers but decided on a more conservative title. Colby Jack or Pepper Jack Cheese added on top if you prefer.

    Recipe #168019

    This is a tropical seasoned rice, using Jamaican Jerk seasoning and other spices for subtle spicy taste and aromatic. Kids love it. Wonderful served with baked fish or chicken, or cold with milk. Hubby likes it that way. You can add or decrease spices. There is also additions for a show stopper salad.

    Recipe #168003

    I found the best chicken & spinach sausage and we love bow tie pasta and I came up with this recipe. You can substitute any sausage and use frozen chopped spinach if you like.You can also substitute cream.

    Recipe #167639

    This is a quick fix no peek recipe, juice to be served with noodles or rice. Prepare in the morning, refrigerate and bake in the evening. A nice meal for guests.You can prepare in grill bag and place in 9 X 13 pan.

    Recipe #167442

    There was a little cafe located near a truckstop in Memphis. It was open 24 hrs a day and their specialty was potatoes.It was loaded with drivers all the time. I have tried to duplicate.Smothered covered lathered fried potatoes or browns with a "Squawk" meant a fried egg on top of the onions and peppers.

    Recipe #167249

    I tasted and purchased a pie from a food vendor. I liked it, DH liked it, our son liked it so here it is, my version and not as expensive.

    Recipe #167146

    Our daughter in Texas introduced us to this simple quick and tasty salad.Note: You can use 15 oz can Italian flavored diced tomatoes,drained instead of Roma tomatoes.

    Recipe #167096

    If you have a crowd coming, this is a great meal to prepare and bake in a slow oven while you make cornbread or serve other fresh vegetables with it.

    Recipe #167093

    This is an updated version of my old recipe using ziplock bag and precooked bacon bits or pieces. The tenderness of the meat is because milk is used.This can be used with beef or buffalo also.

    Recipe #167080

    In Japan, children would eat soy cookies or crackers, not sweet but very salty with the taste of soy sauce. My son hated the taste of a sweet cookie for a while, only wanted his soy cookies.This is my revised recipe. This taste is not for everyone but you might like it.

    Recipe #166989

    Living in the far east, rice and eggs were the same as bacon, sausage and eggs in U.S. When you cook on one kerosene burner you do tend to put everything in one pot.

    Recipe #166982

    My hubby used to eat this soup when he was there and it was a hit. Now I sometimes substitute or add fresh mushrooms. Either is great. Photos are of the soup with the chicken and mushrooms and then the second photo is the same soup with rice. Young children may find this too spicy. For those that cannot have milk, this fits the menu. I have used minced white onion and dried cilantro in place of spring onions.

    Recipe #166977

    I learned this recipe from a friend in Mexico,Miss Lola Ortiz.This is a make ahead recipe, better if made in the morning, refrigerated and then baked for supper.She used to laugh when I struggled to make my first tortillas with Masa Harina Flour.

    Recipe #166702

    This is a play on words, meat balls and colby jack cheese Balling the jack means getting on down the road, Now it is Hammer down,Pedal to the Metal.(accelerator down) A good Chowder served with cornbread or Garlic Toast.

    Recipe #166676

    I have to use turkey or chicken instead of beef or pork for one family member. These meatballs have a lot of flavor, even cold. Serve with any sauce or in soup,or for meatball sandwiches.

    Recipe #166648

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