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    I decided one day to try to make since I had been making egg noodles for years. Here is the result. New Note: A reviewer stated she would try carrots or sweet potatoes. Great! But grate carrots, steam with water in microwave and then mash. Mash cooked sweet potatoes, use less water in sweet potatoes.

    Recipe #159587

    A friend brought over a 50# bag of large sunflower seeds. I decided to try to salt and dry some,give out to friends and kids.If you have an opportunity to purchase Sigco Sun Products brand,South Dakota. They are twice as large as the ones you purchase in the store.This is so easy!

    Recipe #159546

    This is a quick canning recipe for a lug of peaches, about 20 to 24. I like to take the juice from the jar after opening and make a gelatin dessert.

    Recipe #159216

    Had leftover rice and two cans shrimp and I just started to cook and measure. I didn't want to make fried rice, Spanish rice or cook lots of vegetables this time. Here is the result. This is comfort food.

    Recipe #159139

    It is quick to prepare and satisfying. Serve with white cream sauce or white gravy.

    Recipe #159079

    This recipe was born because I didn't want to peel fresh potatoes or carry them in the trailer on our way to Alaska on the Alcan Highway.And you definitly want to carry food with you! Expensive to buy on the road.

    Recipe #159052

    I lived in a cottage on the grounds of a estate owned by a wonderful family. They taught me the art of Jewish "cookery". I have refined this recipe many times. You can bake, cut, freeze and reheat. That is the asset of this recipe. Once you make this, the next time it is a snap and a "quick meal" you can take from your freezer.

    Recipe #158402

    Basic recipe for popovers except the oven is cold when the baking starts, you don't open the oven and you don't beat the mix--gently stir. High rising with soft insides and crisp outside. Lemon & sugar are added to batter. Serve with lemon sugar butter.

    Recipe #157661

    I was making my standard dressing, had half of it prepared, went to put the main ingredient and I was out! We live 30 miles from store round trip. I came up with this substitute dressing and everyone loved it. Hope you enjoy also.

    Recipe #157660

    I am always making different salads to tweek taste buds of my hubby. This has surprise vegetables in it which could be optional, cauliflower and avocado. The crunch and taste is great.

    Recipe #157659

    A quick jelly recipe with many flavors, how about Watermelon Kiwi or Arctic Green Apple, Black Cherry, yum, to name a few. You can also make an ice cream topping or syrup. Some Kool Aid flavors will not gel as quickly as others, I don't know why, this is a recent discovery. Use recipe Liquid Cement #151544 to get it to gel if it is still syrupy. I personally think there is some new ingredient in some of the flavors.I use dry pectin and unflavored gelatin. I have never had a problem but I live in a dry cold climate, maybe that effects the gelling.

    Recipe #155733

    Boiled a little, fried a little, then smothered a little with the lemon sweet butter sauce. Serve as a side dish to pork or meat dishes with tomato base.

    Recipe #155727

    Oven or crock pot recipe. Layer all the ingredients and let the heat do the work. Needs no other seasoning except pepper to taste at the table. The apple juice offsets the saltiness of the sauerkraut and cooks into the potatoes.

    Recipe #153943

    Cooked over coals on a griddle with lid or cooked under a broiler. It is a quick kid pleaser.

    Recipe #153864

    Living in the Far East you become acquainted with ingredients not usual to the United States. Coconut milk is a staple in many countries. Fresh coconut is soft, not dry, and refreshing to eat, but coconut flakes will have to do the job unless you have a fresh coconut.

    Recipe #152917

    1967 newspaper article stated: peel, seed and chunk zucchini. Use your blender to make a "milk". I did, I tried and I liked. "milk" can be frozen also. Thus a few recipes were born as this one.

    Recipe #152913

    1967 newspaper article stated "peel and chunk and seed zucchini, blend and use the thick milk in recipes". Ok, I'll try it. Would be great in summer. I did. I liked and thus a few recipes were born. This "milk" can be frozen.

    Recipe #152912

    Every nationality has their own type of Slumgullion.This recipe has been passed down.Addition of V-8 juice when it became available on the market. Meat, macaroni, vegetables and spices. Can't get any better than that. A wonderful dish to serve the next day, add more juice if necessary to reheat.

    Recipe #152550

    This recipe is mine, from my mom, then grandmother. It was created for cold boxes or cold window boxes in the winter when you didn't want to use your ice box. Now we have a freezer. Nice when you want to stock up on biscuits. I like to use the lard.

    Recipe #151305

    Bacon wrapped in each muffin cup around the sides,with an egg in each cup. When there were 8 to 10 around the kitchen table in the morning, it was an easy breakfast to prepare and bake. Serve with toast and fruit. I used to make 18 to 24 servings so that each person could have two if desired. I worked a full time job and made recipes that were quick, easy, good tasting and that allowed all of us to get to school and work on time. Now I would use turkey bacon. When I first created this recipe, turkey bacon was not available.

    Recipe #150765

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