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    A great thick Taco Stew for a cold day. Perfect for bread bowls!

    Recipe #490858

    Blatchinda is also spelled Blachinda, Plachinda, Platchenda, Platchinta, Blachinde, Blagenda, Bladginda, Plachenden. Alfred Opp, who was born in Bessarabia, said they spelled it "Platschenta" in reference to "Platchta" or blanket. These, of course are rounds of (pie) pastry dough filled with a pumpkin/sugar/cinnamon mixture or even a fried onion mixture, the pastry is folded shut and edges crimped, and these are baked in the oven.

    Recipe #490568

    1 Reviews |  By skigb

    If you are a pork roast enthusiast, this is definitely one to add to your collection. The pork is simmered in a tomato sauce, and served over hot rice or noodles. The recipe calls for beans, I did not use any since my kids don't like them.

    Recipe #349032

    A quick and very tasty recipe from Fitness magazine. Everyone in my family loves this. The recipe is for one serving, but its easy to adjust.

    Recipe #327154

    1 Reviews |  By skigb

    Given by a co-worker who brought this to a potluck.

    Recipe #299274

    1 Reviews |  By skigb

    I have not tried this but a co-worker has and loves it, so I thought I would post it. Its a recipe from Sacred Heart Memorial Hospital. Used for overweight heart patients to lose weight rapidly, usually before surgery. I am guessing on the time and serving size since I have not made this.

    Recipe #278179

    Here's your chance to try a first-rate barbecue sauce

    Recipe #276226

    2 Reviews |  By skigb

    A great recipe from the magazine Cooking Light. You can substitute sweet turkey Italian sausage for hot, if desired. Or, for more spice, add 1/4 teaspoon crushed red pepper. Garnish with fresh basil leaves, and serve with a tossed salad.

    Recipe #271026

    1 Reviews |  By skigb

    This is the recipe for Applebee's famous riblets. It requires grilling (or broiling) the ribs, then steaming them to make them tender. It takes several hours to make them, but since they slow steam in the oven for several hours, it is a great choice for a party dish.

    Recipe #250949

    1 Reviews |  By skigb

    This is a quick meal using Campbell's Healthy Request Cream of Chicken. I get this ready the night before and throw it in the oven at noon or morning, set the timer and come home to a hot, healthy dinner.

    Recipe #220138

    1 Reviews |  By skigb

    Another great recipe from the magazine Cooking Light. This silky sauce coats the chicken with rich, tangy flavor. Substitute lemon if you don't have a lime on hand. For a splash of color, garnish with chopped parsley or chives.

    Recipe #220018

    1 Reviews |  By skigb

    I got this recipe from a Slow Cooker book. It is very filling and the kids just love it.

    Recipe #220011

    2 Reviews |  By skigb

    A friend gave this recipe to me, we make this at least once a month. The kids really enjoy this, do I need to say any more, lol.

    Recipe #220010

    1 Reviews |  By skigb

    Blueberry Grunt is a very old recipe and can be found in many of the older cookbooks. It is basically berries baked with a sweet dumpling topping, but still a DELICIOUS dessert.

    Recipe #219980

    An easy, fast, kids will eat them up meatball and sauce recipe. My sister-in-law gave me this recipe when I stayed with her. Now it's the only recipe I use when making meatballs

    Recipe #219973

    Creamy soup with plenty of potatoes and veggies. Prepare it in the morning and come home to a hot meal.

    Recipe #199995


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