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    This is a quick to prepare salad made with chick peas (canned or dried), fresh vegetables and a light and simple dressing for impromptu barbecues or lunches.

    Recipe #501360

    This is a rich, creamy, hearty, comforting pasta dish that will warm you from the inside out. This sauce is similar to vodka sauce found at restaurants. Using jarred spaghetti sauce, parmesan cheese, and heavy cream, it is budget friendly and great for pot lucks or a large group. There are similar recipes that use cream cheese or premade cream cheese sauces, but using heavy cream and parmesan cheese elevates a homestyle family dish into something gourmet and special for your family and friends. They will thank you for making this, as will their cardiologists and personal trainers. Notes: This recipe makes a lot so you need a large slow cooker. This is a recipe that needs to be stirred at least once or twice while cooking and may need water added while it is cooking. It is ok to leave this as is for the first 3 hours, but check the pasta for doneness and add water as needed to suit your family's taste. Don't worry if it is a little al dente. This is a dish that is made to sit a while. The pasta will absorb the liquid the longer it sits and will wind up soft and delicious.

    Recipe #479766

    This is a basic filling using cooked chicken or turkey and a chili seasoning packet for tacos, chili, or enchilada filling. I came up with this recipe on the fly after a busy day of work, school, and basketball practice using what I had in the refrigerator and pantry. I didn't have any taco seasoning, but had a lonely packet of chili seasoning from Aldi and used that instead. My picky kids, who were never keen on tacos before, loved it. This can be made ahead for tacos, chili, or enchiladas. Note: My kids do not like hot and spicy, so this is very mild. Add jalapenos or chipotle chilies to turn up the heat. Also my kids are small eaters, so I cut the tortillas in half and make mini wraps for them which works better for little kids than unwieldy tacos. OAMC: double the quantity and follow instructions below to freeze.

    Recipe #402394

    This recipe is based on wonderful fajitas served at a small authentic Tex-Mex restaurant near where I used to live. I have used this with both chicken and steak, flank steak or skirt steak, and it works great. I also mix a batch of the dry spices together and use a tablespoon or so when I make fajitas. The red onions, while not traditional, add a nice color to the fajitaas, but sweet yellow onions are more traditional. Note that the preparation time listed includes time to marinate.

    Recipe #400857

    This is a recipe I adapted from Martha Stewart's Everday Food. It is a stovetop version of a classic southern casserole. I am usually suspicious of so called "quick" versions of classics and even more so of "light" adaptations, but this one was right on the money. The texture and flavor are reminiscent of Boston Market chicken pot pie. There is no cream of chicken soup and you can have dinner on the table in about 45 minutes. The original recipe called for whole wheat biscuits, but I made Bisquick biscuits with melted butter generously brushed on top (makes a golden brown crust). This recipe would be delicious with turkey and can be made with cooked chicken or turkey as well. This recipe can easily be doubled for OAMCers as well.

    Recipe #400493

    This is a cough and flu remedy I came up with while fighting bronchitis and resultant asthma. My throat was terribly sore and it was painful to cough. I was tired of drinking tea and while the prescription medication was doing it's job, I still felt terrible. I came up with this concoction of spices, honey, and molasses on my own as a homemade non-medicated alternative to Thera-Flu. I'm no herbalist, but cinnamon and cloves are considered warming spices. Honey is a natural expectorant and will thin mucus, supposedly. Lemon soothes and molasses supposedly helps to relieve muscle spasms, especially constricted airways like asthma. I don't know whether it works or not, but I gave it to my mom, who is a medical doctor and thought I was nuts, but even she agreed that it soothed her symptoms. If it does nothing else, I hope it will warm your soul as it has mine and my mom's when we were feeling awful. Remember no honey for children under two. You can use sugar, maple syrup, or cane syrup if you can get your hands on that.

    Recipe #399611

    Amish Market, a specialty grocery store, is a New York City institution. It is an urban foodie haven with an eclectic variety of hard to find ingredients as well as a dizzying array of prepared foods made from the freshest ingredients. A mainstay of their breakfast offering is their creamy and delicious oatmeal which sits in large pots over a water bath and enjoys a cult-like following. Cooked long and slow, their oatmeal is a steaming, hot cup of comfort warming your soul on cold and snowy mornings in the city. I came up with this version after a serious weekend craving for Amish Market oatmeal. The secret is the whole cinnamon stick that infuses the whole pot while it is cooking. My daughter, an oatmeal purist and aficionado as well, happily approved of this, and began requesting it during the week for breakfast. None of us likes instant oatmeal, so I tried freezing it and it reheated nicely. Now we can have slow cooked oatmeal on busy mornings when standing over a stove isn't feasible. It can be made with water, soy milk, or skim milk, but adjust the volume of skim milk to your taste as the texture becomes somewhat runny. My family prefers it with low fat milk, but this can be made with water, skim milk, or soy milk, but adjust the volume of liquid to suit your preference for texture. Our favorite topping is dark brown sugar, cinnamon, but it is delicious with dried cranberries or cherries and walnuts as well. I don't usually measure, so the quantities are approximate.

    Recipe #397940

    This is a recipe that my husband came up with when we had a lot of apples after apple picking several years ago. It has become a family favorite and one that we look forward to making after what has become a fun annual family outing at a beautiful orchard. We like using a combination of at least two or three varieties of apples for flavor and texture. Our favorite combination is Macintosh, Jonagold, and Granny Smith. I double or triple this recipe to can or freeze to use later in pies, over ice cream, on my oatmeal, or straight up, but it is so good it doesn't last long.

    Recipe #396520

    This is a recipe originally published in the Pittsburgh Post Gazette for a regional favorite using local products, Heinz ketchup and Isaly's chipped ham, although shaved deli ham is a good substitute. This is a quick and easy crowd pleaser that can be doubled or tripled. This is a favorite on football Sundays watching our favorite team, the Pittsburgh Steelers. They are great fresh or reheated.

    Recipe #396104

    These are quick breakfast wraps that can be made ahead for busy mornings. My kids love the breakfast sandwiches at fast food chains so this is an economical and healthier alternative. This is my own recipe, and I don't measure, so adjust the quantities to suit your tastes. These are small because my kids are little and not big eaters, so one is enough for a child or an adult who is a light eater. A serving size for an adult is two wraps.

    Recipe #394873


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