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    Another stupidly simple recipe, this time from my Mom. Like most of the other dips/spreads in my cookbook, this is good on either crackers or vegetables. Since its made from ingredients most people have on hand its a nice option if you have a last-minute need for something festive.

    Recipe #340174

    You've had the big meal, you've had the traditional hot, turkey sandwiches and Mom's delicious turkey casserole, now you're down to the bones. Try this colorful soup variation to finish off the bird in style. You make the stock ahead so you can degrease it then make the soup the next day or freeze it to use at your convenience. Time to make does not include making the stock.

    Recipe #270097

    Another family favorite that lends itself to easy variations -- tweak the taste to complement the day's main dish by your choice of herbs. You probably have all these ingredients handy in your pantry and refrigerator. I swear the kids would eat this every day if I'd make it that often. I can't personally vouch for freezing it, but I know that it reheats well in the microwave after being refrigerated. Cooking time is mainly cooking the pasta.

    Recipe #241630

    Can you get a really steak-like flavor in a hamburger steak? Yes! Seasoned well and carefully cooked you can indeed get that special flavor. Even better, this is an easy dish -- no harder than throwing together a fast hamburger. Note: this can be made lactose-free by substituting beef stock for the milk.

    Recipe #307973

    My young son invented this when he was in kindergarten. He loves Ants on a Log, but we were out of celery. A reasonably dexterous 5yo can make his/her own snack with a little supervision. This serves one young child.

    Recipe #215284

    Apples, raisins, pecans, and just a hint of lemon – what could taste better with a steaming cup of fresh coffee? These light, fruity pancakes taste so good no one will realize how healthy they are. Freeze the extras to reheat in the microwave and you’ll have a hot, delicious breakfast a lot faster than waiting in line at the drive-thru. Or hand them to the kids cold for an on-the-go, in-the-car start when time is short.

    Recipe #243278

    Another fruity breakfast treat. The nutritional punch of oatmeal, apricots, and walnuts is loaded into a recipe so tasty that no one will notice how healthy it is. Serve with butter and syrup in the traditional way or try spreading them with softened cream cheese instead. Freeze the extras to reheat in the microwave and you’ll have a hot, delicious breakfast a lot faster than waiting in line at the drive-thru. Or hand them to the kids cold for an on-the-go, in-the-car start when time is short.

    Recipe #249877

    According to family tradition my great-aunt Ella invented this. It may have started as a farm-style, vinegar slaw. However, my mother remembers that when bottled lemon juice became available they substituted lemon juice for vinegar in a number of recipes. My mother dislikes mayonnaise so this was the only slaw I knew growing up and I waited to post it until I could talk to her and get the accurate, unaltered recipe.

    Recipe #239426

    Main dish salads aren't just for summer. This tasty salad presents the flavors of fall greens, fruits, and nuts for your family's enjoyment. Serve it with bread, biscuits, or cornbread. Or load it into wraps for a portable lunch. For the best apples check your local orchard for regional varieties in season. Those who don't eat pork can substitute smoked turkey. "Cooking" time is time to sit and blend the flavors.

    Recipe #262823

    Baked chicken in a flavorful sauce. Reduced fat. Fresh herbs. Easy to make. What’s not to like? After a short prep time you leave it in the oven until you’re ready so its easy to deal with an erratic family schedule or tardy guests. Enjoy!

    Recipe #413650

    When I was first married we used to go to a Chinese restaurant that had the tastiest chicken -- spoiled by a greasy breading. After some trial and error I duplicated the flavor in this easy, economical dish. The long cooking that would dry out white meat gets the grease out of this dark meat and gives the skin a delicious crunch. It's quick to make, converts to any quantity, and is a great favorite with kids and adults both. It also holds well and the leftovers are good cold. Note: I've noticed in the last couple years that if you're not VERY CAREFUL about reading the fine print you'll end up with chicken pieces that have been "enhanced" by injecting it with some kind of "flavoring solution." Not only does this injected chicken make my DH ill from a reaction to the "flavoring solution," but it also seems to make it impossible for the chicken to pick up the flavorings you add. No matter what I do to it, "enhanced" chicken always tastes the same. So beware what you're buying. :)

    Recipe #199636

    Where I grew up the standard macaroni and cheese was creamy, like the stuff that comes in a box. But my mom always made the custard version. Some places I've lived that was the usual kind and the creamy one was the oddity. Wherever you live, this is delicious! Make it plain or try one of the variations.

    Recipe #208573

    We love onions of any kind and I've tried quite a few recipes for baked Vidalias. This recipe combines the best of the best and I really wished that I'd made a double batch so we could have had seconds.

    Recipe #302885

    Garden-fresh flavors simply presented are sure to please. And nobody but the cook needs to know how easy this one is. ;)

    Recipe #233725

    Bottled salad dressing can be convenient but its expensive and often full of salt, sugar, and chemical additives. Making your own is simple and allows you to customize the seasonings to suit whatever meal you are preparing. The amounts given make about 1/4 cup and can be expanded infinitely for larger salads. It can be made several days ahead and kept in the fridge. Sorry about the slightly odd way of putting the ingredients for the creamy dressing variations. The recipe editor is picky about what it will accept.

    Recipe #213989

    A simple, basic, no-frills cornbread to accompany chili, greens, ham and cabbage, or to serve with your favorite jelly/jam/spread any time the plate seems a bit bare and the meal seems to want stretching. If you are being very frugal, reconstituted dry milk works just fine. Note: if you want to increase it for a 13x9 pan I find it works better to use 1 1/2 times the ingredients instead of double.

    Recipe #277295

    Remember the power of ONE for a light, crisp batter. I use any kind of summer squash I have growing in the garden -- zucchini, Yellow Crookneck, Patty Pan, 8 Ball, Papaya Pear, Sunburst, ... . IMO, the best size for frying is when the seeds have begun to develop but before they've gotten large and hard. The immature seeds add depth to the flavor. Cooking time will vary with the size of your frying utensil.

    Recipe #481555

    I love dishes that taste like they were a lot more trouble to make than they really are. Artichoke hearts and fresh basil make this nice enough to put in front of guests but minimal prepwork means its on the table in half an hour so you can give it to your family on a busy night when opening cans sounds attractive. It holds well too for those days when everyone is on his/her own schedule.

    Recipe #237993

    We're great fans of versitle, inexpensive, hearty, homemade pilafs here. They beat the box-mix stuff hands-down for flavor and are almost as easy to make. A rich side dish like this is just the thing to accompany a simple steak or burger and make the meal special.

    Recipe #216717

    The Women's Day Encyclopedia of Cookery was my main resource as a teen learning to cook. This marinade from that book was my Dad's favorite marinade for steak -- almost always bone-in chuck steak. Every time I use it I think of Dad and remember how he taught me to grill on the little hibatchi that perched on the side of the useless, brick fireplace some previous owner of the house had built. Come taste a memory with me.

    Recipe #258815

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