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    I had to bring a dish my hubby could eat at our family Easter picnic today. Here is my creation. Everyone liked it, even the small ones. Very Easy! I garnished with sliced green olives,

    Recipe #221539

    I started to make a vanilla cream pudding and then decided to add coconut and cinnamon. Rich and creamy. You may add bananas if you wish. It is a good filling for a cream pie or just a pudding with garnish if you wish.

    Recipe #221325

    This recipe is for gizzard lovers!I cooked a recipe which had liquid smoke for a whole chicken. I combined the liquid smoke with other ingredients to bake or boil the gizzards.They are ready to eat or to batter and deep fry. Either way they are tender and very flavorable. Photos are sliced meat. Another photo is noodles cooked in the broth and slivered meat in the broth.

    Recipe #220026

    Radicchio, red leaf lettuce, radishes, red onion rings, red pimento stuffed olives and red sweet peppers make a nice salad ring on a platter. This is a meatless salad but option for other ingredients listed.

    Recipe #216910

    Meatless and no soup. There is a few eggs with milk to let the spices mellow in the potatoes. You can make ahead, refrigerate, serve the next day and it is very flavorable.

    Recipe #215894

    My grandfather was a dentist. He traveled up the Missouri River by keel boat to Fort Benton, bringing the first tooth xray to Montana before Montana became a state. I never knew him,but cousins have discovered his old recipes cooked for the Gentlemen Dinners for him and other professional members of community. I have made this for four servings.

    Recipe #214290

    This is an easy stack dish. You can add the cream sauce to the meat or add it on top as the last layer. I personally like it on top. No salt,no canned soup,just a creamy cilantro white sauce.

    Recipe #214284

    These glazes dress up and give some extra taste to baked,grilled or broiled chicken or fish.Use 1/4 Cup jelly. (it shows as 0 on the submission. They are simple & interchangeable.You make them the same way. Remember to use 2 spices with the jelly. Sugar free jelly is fine to use also. Use sugar free jelly if desired. Sometimes I will take a spice from one glaze and a jelly from another.

    Recipe #211086

    No eggs, milk, flour or sugar. Three steps and you are done and they are delicious. Freeze if desired. They hold together. Ready to eat plain or add to sauces.

    Recipe #210855

    This is a mix of fruit and vegetables in the dressing. It is made to cook alone. You may add chicken breasts or thick fish fillets on top. Then dress them with attached sauce. A make-ahead recipe.

    Recipe #210437

    I stack fresh or frozen spinach, celery, yellow & red peppers, sauce, then layer beef or veal, chicken and shrimp. Cover with sauce. Bake or refrigerate and bake the next day. Nice to come home from work and pop this in the oven. You can choose one meat or all. The flavors work well together. One member in our family cannot have beef or chicken, so he has the shrimp.

    Recipe #207833

    This is a recipe I have used and modified time after time and a good one to start out the new year. Especially good on pork and fish. This makes 6 to 8 half pints, depending on the size of your bananas & lemons. You might want to try with cooked rice or rolled crepes with whipped cream. I have always been able to obtain lemons and bananas any time of the year.

    Recipe #203045

    My recipe using a tasty white sauce with pimentos. If you can't eat red meat this may be of help to you. Chicken can be substituted for tuna. You can use Recipe #174536. I have simplified the preparation. Blender, pot and 9x13-inch pan,

    Recipe #202559

    Any one of these flavors can be used for this dessert when you have very limited time.

    Recipe #202007

    I use this crust for chilled layered desserts. pie crusts, or sprinkled on top for extra taste and crunch on ice cream desserts. A good substitute for graham cracker or cookie crusts.

    Recipe #202003

    Ground pork with grated and minced or finely chopped vegetables in the sauce. Serve over chow mein noodles, rice noodles or steamed rice. The pork is steamed in the oven.You may also steam shelled shrimp to add if you wish.

    Recipe #199383

    A can of salmon, vine ripe tomatoes, cheese slices,toast.You have a brunch or meal served in 20 minutes. Fast easy. Photos are open face sandwiches. I serve with sliced chilled pears.

    Recipe #199295

    This is so tasty! No nuts. Easy to make for gifts for holidays, especially for people who cannot eat nuts. You don't have to use the ginger but definitely use the lemon!

    Recipe #199242

    I try to do a variety of fish dishes for a family member on a very limited diet. It is quick and appealing and makes a meal with a salad or nice appetizers with pasta.

    Recipe #191669

    Long half-inch wide peeled potatoes or thin slices of cauliflower, across the grain, dipped in batter and fried in oil or oven. I like to use vegetables that have minimum water content, less spatter and batter holds while frying.

    Recipe #191532

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