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From Family Circle magazine. Light and easy to make. Would be great with shimp, too.
This is quick and easy . . . add a veggie and dinner's ready!
I found this delicious, simple-to-prepare recipe on the Internet. The source as "The Complete Meat Cookbook" by Bruce Aidells.
I got this from a friend. Time to prepare does not include preparing bacon. Makes a lot of dressing, which can be used sparingly and saved for another salad.
Can be made with ground beef, turkey or chicken.
A great way to cook swordfish.
This recipe is per 5 pounds of turkey.
Equally good with ground turkey, chicken or beef.
A great way to jazz up pork chops.
This recipe is for a 5 lb. bird. Adjust for size.
A great way to use up zucchini.
Another old standby.
The old standard
My mother used to make this frosting for everyone's birthday cakes.
My mother always made this at Thanksgiving. It continues to be a favorite with my family. The recipe is per 5 lbs. of turkey.
From Cooking Light magazine. The recipe says to use snapper, but any firm white fish will do. We liked it even better over chicken cutlets. We also added a little baby kale to the spinach. Mushrooms are a nice addition as well.
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