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    3 Reviews |  By winkki

    An adopted recipe whose original intro read: "It gives an especially crisp crust to fried fish fillets, squid, shrimp, eggplant and veal cutlets. You may as well make a lot because it keeps well in the freezer, and it's hard to grind less than 1 cup of rice in a blender. If you have a spice/coffee mill, you can halve the recipe. And you can grind the rice in small batches. Or to use as a thickener for gravies, soups, and stews." Originally posted by Mean Chef.

    Recipe #82595

    From "Christmas Cookies"...untested by me but sounds like a marmalade-lovers dream! :o)

    Recipe #80355

    6 Reviews |  By winkki

    Originally from "Christmas Cookies"...a quick way to make oatmeal-date cookies..mmm!

    Recipe #80352

    An untested recipe from the back of some store-brand tri-colored rotini. The use of 'cooked fajita strips' is their attempt to sell another precooked convenience food from their line, but you could just as easily use left-over fajita strips. It's listed as a dinner, but would probably work well as side/salad, especially for football parties and such. :o)

    Recipe #79734

    26 Reviews |  By winkki

    A fun way to liven up that ever-present kids' food. Great for bad weather days, cranky kids (or moms!), birthday parties, or just because. My daughters think I'm really cool when I make these for them. :o)

    Recipe #78834

    This is a well-known dish from a well-known Boston chain; it was one of my favorites when we lived there, though rich enough that it wasn't exactly my everyday fare. I haven't tried this yet, though; I found it online.

    Recipe #78835

    33 Reviews |  By winkki

    Crunchy cinnamon-sugar snacks like my girls love to get at Taco Bell...yummy for snacks, dessert, slumber parties, football parties, or 'just cause.' Great with Mexican Hot Chocolate! :o)

    Recipe #78711

    3 Reviews |  By winkki

    Very thick and filling and inexpensive; I've made it too often to remember its origin now. Tastes almost like it's made with milk but it isn't. You may wish to spice it up to taste; dh prefers his this way. Doubles well. Warning! A friend liked it enough that she decided to try it in the crockpot...it became so thick that it was basically a solid chunk, lol; the serving spoon stood upright! Stick to the stovetop and you'll be happier with this economical winter soup. ;o)

    Recipe #78616

    This is another of my sure-fire potluck and picnic dishes, and one my husband is always happy to see on the table, even after 17+ yrs of rotating it through. It can be served hot as either main or side dish, but we almost always have it as a chilled pasta salad. (Prep time does not include initial chilling, though I've been known to skimp on that at times anyway...shhh!) I've never used the capers or red pepper, just the basic recipe, originally from Betty Crocker's Cookbook, which also does fine with canned tomatoes.

    Recipe #78615

    Yum! Great for kids' parties.

    Recipe #78614

    4 Reviews |  By winkki

    From the venerable Ristorante Villa Francesca in Boston's North End; this was in the Boston Herald's recipe request column in the 90's. I haven't tried it yet, but it looked too good not to share.

    Recipe #78613

    From the venerable Ristorante Villa Francesca in Boston's North End; this was in the Boston Herald's recipe request column in the 90's. I haven't tried it yet, but it looked too good not to share.

    Recipe #78611

    2 Reviews |  By winkki

    Another goodie from my gourmet aunt! Sooo good on a hot summer night, Valentine's dinner, or brunch. Prep time does not include chilling syrup or using ice-cream maker, as that varies.

    Recipe #78610

    12 Reviews |  By winkki

    A family recipe as far as I know, and my father's very favorite cookie by far. They freeze well and actually keep quite a long time in an airtight container at room temp - if they don't all disappear first. ;o) A bit of work, but differently delicious and makes a LOT! Prep time does not include chilling dough.

    Recipe #78608

    1 Reviews |  By winkki

    A quick, easy, and fun addition to your holiday meals or gift baskets. Or leave in original breadstick shape year-round for a nice change from the usual. From an old Pillsbury magazine ad.

    Recipe #78609

    This is a great 'shower' cake...baby showers, bridal showers, etc. It has kind of a pina colada taste, especially if you add coconut on top...fresh and fruity, very good in spring & summer. I usually use it over a yellow cake, but have also used white...would probably be good on a coconut cake, too. Be creative! :o)

    Recipe #78605

    6 Reviews |  By winkki

    I got this recipe from an aunt who is a gourmet cook - classy! Great before or with dinner, in a gift basket with wine and cheese, part of a brunch, maybe even a football party, lol.

    Recipe #78606

    9 Reviews |  By winkki

    My 7 yr old came home from a friend's house raving about dinner and saying I *had* to call and get the recipe. I was surprised when she said it was fish, as she is not the biggest fan. When I asked if she knew what kind of fish it was, she nodded enthusiastically and said it was 'caught fish.' I made a phone call to check it out...here for you is my friend's recipe for super easy 'cod fish.' ;o) BTW, she said bags of frozen cod fillets were readily available at the local Sam's warehouse but had been hard to find at the groceries.

    Recipe #78551

    4 Reviews |  By winkki

    A totally different taste to stuffed chicken! Actually, I like the 'skirlie' (oat stuffing) just baked on its own, too. :o) From "Betty Crocker's New Int'l Cookbook."

    Recipe #78151

    3 Reviews |  By winkki

    One of our favorite ways to spice up chicken for almost 15 yrs now, and it smells sooo good while it cooks! I wouldn't normally put tomatoes and pineapple together, but it sure works in this recipe from "Betty Crocker's New Int'l Cookbook." It's not as much work as it might appear; most of the cook time is just stove-top simmering.

    Recipe #78150

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