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    I put this together for a light meal when I noticed that we had too big a collection of half-bags of frozen vegetables and little containers of leftover cooked veggies. The kind and quantity of the vegetables can vary according to what you have -- you just need to end up with between 2 and 3 lbs. Some people prefer a more generous amount of thickened sauce on their stir-fry dishes. With a diabetic in the house, I skip that part but I've included the directions if you want it.

    Recipe #293768

    It comes together as easily as a pan of cornbread. Not too sweet -- those of us who don't care for sweets at breakfast can eat it. But a small amount of brown sugar brings out the flavor of the raisins and nuts. Note -- with the rising price of milk, I usually use dry milk for this sort of thing.

    Recipe #293720

    Another basic recipe written down as I teach my older children the cooking skills they need to put good, simple food on their tables. Since microwaving is fast and because it preserves the flavors, colors, and textures without taking up room on the stove I probably do this 5 days out of 7. With slight variations in timing it works for any frozen vegetable. And once the veggies are cooked they can be dressed up with butter, olive oil, cheese, sauces, or garnishes as desired. Note -- this method is for the veggies that come loose in bags rather than packed in blocks.

    Recipe #293327

    Sometimes you want something better than hot dogs or frozen dinners but you're not up to putting a lot of concentrated attention into it. Store bought spice blends can be your best friend! This chicken tastes like a lot more work than it is and all you did was lay it in a pan, sprinkle stuff on it, and let the oven do the rest. The herb blends I have on hand at the moment are Tones Canadian Chicken Seasoning and McCormick Grill Mates Chicken Rub.

    Recipe #293297

    This is Peg Bracken's Irish Soda Bread from The Complete I Hate to Cook Book adapted to my family's needs. I've increased it by half again to put it into an 8" square pan like cornbread instead of making a round loaf, used half whole wheat flour, and decreased the fat a bit. An excellent accompaniment to corned beef and cabbage, BBQ pork, sausage, or pork. Its particularly handy if you've got an extra mouth or two and aren't quite sure that things will go around because its easy, fast, and inexpensive but tastes like something you made up special for the guests. Note -- sour milk is not spoiled milk -- its sour like sour cream. Since pasteurized milk does not sour properly you make it by adding a tbs of vinegar to each cup of milk and letting it stand for 5 minutes. You could substitute buttermilk.

    Recipe #293019

    My husband loves this so much he even asks for it in July and August when there's no way I'm steaming up the kitchen for hours! But once cold weather comes around I'm always happy to put it on the table. Some people bake their corned beef, but when you boil it with garlic and other seasonings there's less salt and more flavor. Note -- I always make 2 pieces of corned beef to have extra leftovers for Reuben sandwiches so the serving size and nutritional information is not really accurate. It actually feeds 8 with a full meal's extra meat left over. Note -- Some people confine the spices in a tea ball or tie them in cheesecloth. This is more trouble, but leaves fewer surprise peppercorns lurking in the layers of cabbage.

    Recipe #293018

    This classic, budget-friendly dish from the past is just as good at is always was -- especially if you skip the salty, canned mushroom soup and make it with good, homemade chicken stock (I suggest Recipe #219819 ), and frozen peas instead of canned peas. This particular version is a bit richer in meat than strictly necessary so if your budget is especially tight you can cut it down and it will be fine. Use water-packed tuna to be diet-friendly as well as budget-friendly. Note -- cooking time includes the 5 minute rest at the end.

    Recipe #292515

    A versatile and easy dish for those days when the pantry is low and the fridge is a little barren. Try to use several of the optional veggies, but if you've got a little less of one thing add a little more of another. I didn't put any beans in because we're not fond of them but if you like beans add a can or two of kidney beans, pinto beans, or pink beans. I get rolls of frozen ground turkey at Aldi for a very low price so this is budget-friendly as well.

    Recipe #289989

    Simple enough for a snack, hearty enough for a light meal. Fire up the broiler if you're making enough for the family or tuck it into the toaster oven to save on energy for 1 or two. The recipe is sized for one person but can be expanded infinitely. Since you cook on a square of aluminum foil clean-up is easy -- no need to scrub cheese off your plates.

    Recipe #289842

    I like my granola fruity and nutty but not too sweet. A square or two of these is a hearty breakfast on the go with plenty of protein for staying power. Go ahead and try other jams/preserves if you want to vary the flavors. If you prefer not to use the brandy I suggest apple juice. However it will make the recipe sweeter.

    Recipe #289766

    These eggs are grateful to the military eggs who served so that these eggs have the freedom to taste more delicious than you ever dreamed creamed eggs could be. ;)

    Recipe #289764

    Go south for a winter vacation without leaving your kitchen! The brightness of lime combines with just enough cayenne heat to set this twist on a southern favorite apart from the ordinary fish dinner. Put on some beach music and start cooking.

    Recipe #289763

    One of my close-but-not-quite recipe ideas from RSC #11. A nice, family pasta dish with a creamy sauce. Use it as a meatless meal or pair it with a robustly-flavored meat.

    Recipe #289760

    Imagine yourself sitting down with a cup of coffee and a luscious slice of this moist and aromatic twist on the classic, orange quick-bread. Its not much more trouble than stirring up a box mix but box mixes don’t come anywhere close the taste of homemade. Best made the day before – the flavors develop as it sits overnight. Make a loaf for yourself and a loaf to give to someone who needs some orange-scented sunshine in his/her life.

    Recipe #283078

    Pizza for breakfast is one of those guilty pleasures adults are supposed to grow out of when we leave college and start being responsible for families. But with this easy-to-make quiche you can enjoy that beloved flavor responsibly, with vegetables even. ;) Freezes well for OAMC. Don’t be put off by the long prep time. Most of it is draining the spinach and tomatoes.

    Recipe #283053

    How do you turn cheap round steak into a Sunday dinner the family will remember for a long time? Pound it tender, add a dollop of richly seasoned sauce bright with artichokes and sundried tomatoes, and melt flavorful cheeses on top of it. Don’t be afraid of the long instructions – its not difficult. The sauce can be made ahead if you reserve the artichokes until just before serving.

    Recipe #282933

    My in-laws are wonderful people and I love them dearly but, except for my MIL, they are picky eaters. And they are each picky in their own way too so what my SIL likes my BIL won't eat and what my BIL likes my other SIL picks out. This is my salad solution when I'm hosting the get-together. Its not hard to cut down the quantities if you don't have as many in-laws. :D

    Recipe #280391

    A nice, little batch of fresh, hot, biscuits to make in the toaster oven when you just need a little something. Drop biscuits are no more trouble to make than opening a can of dough and you don't have to keep track of expiration dates. Of course you could roll them and cut them if you wanted, but I've always liked the crunchy bits you get from the texture of the drop biscuits.

    Recipe #280318

    Sometimes simple is best. Mayonnaise and a few, delicate seasonings are all your leftover chicken or turkey really needs to make a good lunch. Serve on rolls, wraps, crackers, bread, English muffins, whatever you like.

    Recipe #280219

    The smoky flavor of the kielbasa complements the flavor of the collards while the onions season them both and the carrots add brightness to both the color and that taste. This Yankee gardening in the south finds picking fresh food in JANUARY amazing and delightful. Fresh collards beat tired cabbage out of storage hands down! We prefer our collards drier and served on a plate. If you prefer a wetter, more stew-like dish to serve in a bowl double the chicken stock.

    Recipe #277981

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