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    2 Reviews |  By Ridgely

    There are many perks working at the local extension office and one of them for sure is the food. One of my favorite recipes is for this delicious whole wheat bread. It is soft and light (just like white bread) and is fast to make compared to some yeast breads due to the instant yeast. Great recipe to get those kids to love whole wheat bread. I had posted a previous version of this recipe (#326380) but we have since added some additional ingredients to make it even better- an egg, some powdered milk and lecithin. Lecithin is easily found in any health food store- really helps with that soft texture I am talking about.

    Recipe #437052

    2 Reviews |  By Ridgely

    A Chinese version of scrambled eggs and ketchup. I was totally intrigued by this recipe because of the ingredients. I was not let down! So love this! I wish I could give credit where credit is due, but I am notorious for copying recipes and forgetting to write down where it came from. It says 2 servings, but to me, it's more like 1- just for me!

    Recipe #391165

    1 Reviews |  By Ridgely

    This recipe I adapted to feed my family from the book "I loved, I lost, I Made Spaghetti". Simple and delicious!

    Recipe #387690

    6 Reviews |  By Ridgely

    "Oh yeah, this is it!" - are the words my husband declared when he tried this recipe for red beans and rice. He was craving New Orleans-style red beans and rice and I had never made it before- so this is the recipe I searched for and tried and it was delicious!! The kids thought it was great too. I only made a few small changes to Emeril's, like adding more sausage than the recipe called for and letting a smoked ham hock cook with the beans for the first two hours..other than that everything is the same. This is not a quick meal, but great for a lazy day at home.

    Recipe #316629

    2 Reviews |  By Ridgely

    Easy, good comfort food. I used Rotel tomatoes and came out with a nice and spicy soup that the family loved! From the cookbook "Kitchen Life" by Art Smith.

    Recipe #261392

    1 Reviews |  By Ridgely

    From Cooks Illustrated "The Best Make Ahead Recipe". The idea being that you don't end up with macaroni salad that dries out. We liked this recipe, it was very creamy and a bit tangy- good! My new favorite. I will probably try some lower fat ingredients next time to lighten it up a bit.

    Recipe #245175

    A great coffee cake that does not require any special ingredients you would have to run to the store for-every ingredient should be a pantry staple. This coffee cake is easy to make, plus moist and rich with with a simple cinnamon topping.

    Recipe #224163

    Oh my! Moist, cooked tender potatoes on the inside with sizzling crisp edges on the outside. Easy, easy...great for entertaining or just a weeknight meal! Another great one from Fine Cooking magazine.

    Recipe #221466

    Chinese version of barbecue done in a crockpot. A great and easy way to have some asian flavored pork for dinner. From Cooking Light magazine.

    Recipe #212975

    2 Reviews |  By Ridgely

    Fresh green beans, onions, bacon and a little cayenne make this a different way to serve up green beans.

    Recipe #190633

    A nice Asian Pasta salad. It is always fun to bring a "different" kind of salad to a gathering. From Paula Deen.

    Recipe #175382

    I did it! I finally found the recipe for the absolute best breadsticks. This recipe makes big, beautiful breadsticks and lots of them too. I experimented with the original recipe and made several adjustments and made many variations as well. The recipe can easily be halved, but you might as well make them all and freeze what you don't use (we never have to do this though, they all get gobbled up).

    Recipe #163033

    We really like this at our house. It's nice to get away from meat once in awhile and all the flavors involved in this Lo Mein don't make you miss a thing. Simple and Delicious!

    Recipe #155248

    Hopping John eaten on New Years Day is suppose to bring you good luck for the New year. My mother always made it, so I make it. Also eating cabbage on New Years Day is suppose to bring you lots of money. Well I am not sure about all that, but it has become our annual tradition at our house.

    Recipe #150029

    I made these tasty Ham Steaks for New Years Day along with Hoppin' John and sauteed cabbage. Easy, fast and good! For the ham,I could not find the regular large ham steak so I used two 22 oz. packages of Hillshire Farms Brown Sugar Ham Steaks, each package had 4 thick slices of bone in ham and this worked perfectly for our family. I also doubled the amount for the glaze to accomadate the additional ham.

    Recipe #150028

    Just like you find at the mall. A dear friend made these for me at Christmas last year.

    Recipe #145965

    5 Reviews |  By Ridgely

    These cookies are Fantastic! Crushed lemon drop candies just make these cookies burst with flavor. This recipe makes quite a bit of cookies and half were inhaled by my family by the end of the day. The recipe orginated by a lady named Ann Orton who was trying to duplicate a recipe that she had had at a restaurant in Salt Lake City. I have no idea what the originals tasted like, but these cookies would be hard to beat.

    Recipe #115322

    This is a great recipe from chef Paula Deen. The smell alone of this roast cooking will drive you crazy. The meat is tender and very tasty. Excellent!

    Recipe #112368

    My friend Debbie shared this recipe with me years ago. When my husband first tried her bread, he had said to me "Why can't you make squash taste like this." This has become a keeper at our house.

    Recipe #111592

    I wanted to try something different fot Thanksgiving this year and this recipe was a winner! The turkey breast was moist and the flavor was incredible and it make a really good gravy! Oh my. My 7lb. turkey breast was done in 2 hours and 15 minutes. I got this recipe from foodnetwork.com

    Recipe #104965

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