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    This is called "Grandma Norma's Jell-o" in my family because my cousins' Grandma Norma used to make it for holiday dinners. Now that Grandma Norma hasn't been with us for many years, the tradition lives on as my Grandma Katie makes it each Thanksgiving. It's my favorite part of the Thanksgiving dinner, and I always get to take home all the leftovers. Last year Grandma Katie finally gave me the recipe, so I thought I'd share it with you all. Do it in a nice cut glass bowl for easy serving, or use a mold if desired. The walnuts are nice but not necessary, and we don't use them if small children will be dining with us. Cook time is chill time.

    Recipe #265968

    This is the stuff you get by the cash register at Mexican restaurants or in little Mexican grocery stores. It's been one of my favorites since I was, oh, 6 or 7 and got some at Olviera Street. I add the cinnamon and cloves because I like it spicy, but traditionally it's just pumpkin and sugar. Really labor-intensive, but so worth it! Do not use carving pumpkins, use sugar-pie or other cooking pumpkins (which the computer does not recognize.) Cook time is for unattended resting time.

    Recipe #143075

    My favorite way to eat turkey the day after all that heavy food! If you want a more filling meal, try pairing it with "Country Style" Onion Soup (recipe # 138275.)

    Recipe #139899

    A light but surprisingly rich onion soup. Suitable for a simple lunch or dinner if served with a hearty bread (sourdough is best) and a salad and some milk, or use it as the soup course for a big dinner and impress everyone. My dad calls it "country style" because he was served something very like it (although, he thinks, made with chicken or beef stock) while staying with friends in the French countryside. Try to find butter with the ingredients "sweet cream" or "cream, salt" (but unsalted is better); it will taste much better. Use home-made veggie stock if possible, or, if you must, canned, but taste carefully before salting in that case! Substitute chicken stock for more protein and a richer taste.

    Recipe #138275

    A childhood favorite. Okay, we loved broccoli any way you served it, but this was a lot of fun. You can, of course, serve the "snow" with other veggies, but then it wouldn't be snow, would it? Because snow goes on trees. It's not quite as nummy with raw trees, but still pretty good, so that one's up to you. The broccoli-cooking method works well with most veggies (just adjust acidity and sweetness to taste). You may want to add a pat or two of butter if you're not using snow with it. When I say "mayonnaise", I mean Best Foods/Hellman's. Use another brand at your own risk. I am not responsible for any resulting implosion of the universe if you use Miracle Whip.

    Recipe #138246

    Originally got the recipe from my HS foods class, but I have halved and modified it over the years. Serves four as a side (although two can eat it quite easily!) Doubles very well.

    Recipe #138244

    I have no idea who Emily was, but it's been in the family for a long time. My mom used to make this whenever we had an excess of brown bananas. Even yummier than banana bread! If you wish, you can frost with cream cheese frosting, but it's wonderful as is, especially hot from the oven with milk.

    Recipe #138242

    My dad's fiancé's grandma's recipe, with a few modifications to make it clearer and easier, as made by my dad. You will need to have a clear rolling space available, a minimum of 18" square if at all possible. Can be separated with waxed paper and frozen after boiling. To re-heat, defrost in the fridge and heat by pan-frying. The bacon topping can be frozen and microwaved to re-heat.

    Recipe #138240

    My dad taught me this one. Awesome for a quick dinner with boiled, mashed, or any other kind of potatoes and a salad (especially a nice garlicky Ceasar). Living in beef country, we buy steaks on sale (good cuts are sometimes marked down as cheap as or cheaper than ground beef), and wrap, bag, and freeze until we're ready to eat them. (Freezing also tenderizes them a bit, so even cheaper cuts are really gooood.) Slicing the steak and putting in the garlic is optional, but why would you omit it? It's sooooo goooood. You can also add pepper right before you do the salt, but we find it detracts from the garlic and beef and salt flavors.

    Recipe #138238

    Creamy-tasting shortcut meatless chili. Makes a very filling meal for two, could easily be doubled. If you're a vegetarian, I'm sure there are veggie chili beans out there, or you could probably just sub a can of pintos with some extra spices.

    Recipe #138235

    I won't eat any other kind; my grandma, mom, and aunt make this, and until I was 11, I didn't know there WAS another kind. Good both in desserts (sprinkle top with sugar for a two-crust pie) and main dishes (really good with pot pie). Don't go substituting for the shortening, unless you use lard. Lard and shortening are 100% fat, while butter and margarine are only 80% fat. It won't work right, trust me. To freeze, flatten individual crusts into discs about 1/2 to 3/4 inch thick, wrap in waxed paper, and freeze in airtight freezer bags with all the air squeezed out. To defrost, let sit out, don't do it in the fridge or it'll get too dry. It doesn't have to completely defrost before you use it; just start rolling as it's starting to soften and it'll speed the process. Makes 4 pie crusts (enough for 4 one-crust pies or 2 two-crust pies). Also good for pasties, turnovers, etc.

    Recipe #138233

    We went to my 9 month old's appt. today and she has dropped from the 50th to the 25th percentile in weight. I am breastfeeding her, and she doesn't like formula, but her nurse practitioner urged me to find a way to sneak it into her diet if I could to supplement her nursing and other foods, as she needs the extra calories and nutrition. I came home and whipped this up. My daughter is a banana fiend and snarfed it right down-- two sippy cups full of it! I hope this recipe, or a variant thereof, might help someone in a similar situation. I pre-mash bananas in the blender or my Kitchen Aid in bulk and freeze them in ice cube trays for later mixing with cereal or other foods I want my daughter to eat.

    Recipe #108501

    I've been reading books by Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni and giving myself Indian food cravings, so I went to the cupboard and came up with this easy, yummy dish. Warning: this is fairly spicy (but not burn-your-tongue-out spicy). If you like it less spicy, reduce the amounts of seasoning and garlic dramatically. Substitute vegetable broth for chicken broth to make it vegan.

    Recipe #103894

    I was astounded that not one recipe for tartar sauce on 'zaar actually contained cream of tartar. This is a basic version; add anything you like in your tartar sauce to the base, such as lemon juice, capers, or dill. Tartar sauce is great with just about any fried fish dish.

    Recipe #98511

    It's kind of funny for a gringa like me to say this is a favorite I grew up on, but it's true; my dad learned it from a Mexican friend way back, and it's been my favorite soup as long as I can remember. My dad always uses celery; I don't always have it around, it's fine to omit it. Feel free to adjust seasonings to taste. The tomatillos thicken this dish as well as adding flavor; I haven't seen them in any other recipe, but I consider them essential! Almost all measurements are approximate; I just judge by eye and throw stuff in! This soup is killer with homemade tortillas.

    Recipe #86664

    I hate scrambled eggs. Except, that is, when I make them. These, I like. If you're looking for firm eggs, go somewhere else; these are both moist and gooey, while not undercooked (I have a horror of salmonella). Simply double to serve 3 to 4 (or two people with bigger appetites).

    Recipe #84505

    My mom made this, minus the apple chunks, when we were sick or as a special treat. The applesauce adds a great texture, kids love it, and if they don't like fruit, they'll still usually eat this! In fact, without the chunks or the cinnamon, it's a great treat for toddlers. I make it with cinnamon applesauce and the apple chunks as a side for holiday meals.

    Recipe #84501

    So yummy. So easy. So fast. Healthy, too! One of my mom's easy dinners. Bok choy is a leafy vegetable that tastes kind of like a cross between lettuce and cabbage, but also with a flavor of its own.

    Recipe #84503

    This is a great, easy recipe. I got it from a Relief Society Enrichment Night lesson, and have not found its equal anywhere. I have no idea where the sister who contributed the recipe got it, but it sure is great! If you add the ham, it can even be a main dish for lunch or brunch. And while no one can say it's diet food, it's comforting, filling, and a great time saver for big holiday meals.

    Recipe #79954

    My mom was a Campfire Girl from Bluebirds until adulthood, when she was a summer camp counselor for several years. On some of those Bluebird overnights, they used to make this simple version of "Texas Hash". Transposed to the kitchen, it became a family favorite with her kids, and now I make it for my family. It's easy, cheap, fast, and satisfying. I add garlic and use no-salt-added tomatoes because I'm on a reduced-sodium diet due to pregnancy, and it turns out okay for us, but you may do as you wish, of course. This recipe would, of course, adapt easily to be a camp-out recipe.

    Recipe #78855

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