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    I used to fix myself hot oatmeal every day, even when I was working. I guess I'm lazier now, and not willing to clean that pot day after day. SO, after much trial and error, I figured out how to do it right in the ce4ereal bowl, in the microwave. Pre-loading single servings -- everything but the water -- into snack-size zip bags make this an even quicker way to have my oatmeal any day I want it.

    Recipe #412086

    I got so tired of doing brown rice on the stovetop -- messes from sputtery lidsz and boil-overs, burnt or stuck rice in the pot. But I really didn't want another appliance (rice cooker)... But this method is GREAT and foolproof! NO MESS, easy and you don't hav to watch like a hawk. I'm sure this would work for any kind of rice, but you'd have to adjust time and the amount of water. I'll never do brown rice on the stovvetop again!

    Recipe #412077

    This delicious, vegetarian casserole is only slightly changed from Mollie Katzen's "Cauliflower Maranca" (Moosewood Cookbook). My version uses less mushrooms, and adds toasted walnuts. The flavors blend perfectly for a nice side, or even for a complete protein main dish.

    Recipe #366298

    I saw this on Robin Miller's Quick Fix Meals, and it looks so good and easy that I had to post it for safe keeping.

    Recipe #330638

    A hearty breakfast that makes good leftovers (if there are any!). Although I've used bacon here, feel free to substitue any cooked sausage or ham or.... Same goes for the cheese and seasoning --- it's pretty versatile. (If I need to cook the bacon to make this dish, I just bake it on my broiler pan in a 325° F oven for about 20 min. while I'm working on the oninos and potatoes.)

    Recipe #312678

    These are SO good and SO easy, I don't know why I don't make them more often. These are savory, NOT sweet, but the method is more like making cookies than anything else, hence the name...

    Recipe #273113

    This is really good, and you'll be amazed at how low in fat and sugar it is! The recipe started as one from Sunset's Light and Healthy cookbook (1990), but I've tweaked it over the years, and I think I could get away with even less sugar. It's moist enough you don't need to spread it with anything -- just slice and enjoy. If you substitute craisins (sweeted dried cranberries), it works nicely for a holiday brunch or snack. Hope you like it.

    Recipe #259227

    I made this last night, "winging it" with stuff on hand. My husband said it was perfect and to make it again without changing a single thing. (I'm kind of known for inconsistent results due to making small changes that turn out badly). So to make sure I CAN make this again, I'm posting it. Hope you like it, too. It's super simple.

    Recipe #191074

    A great way to eat your spinach! This is really good tasting, low cal and very healthy! I know it sounds very weird, but give it a try. My 11 year-old gives it thumbs up, too.

    Recipe #141902

    The best way to use those seeds from the Halloween jack-o-lanterns! Spicy! Time to prepare does not include time to clean and dry the pumpkin seeds.

    Recipe #103817

    A stain of indeterminate color and unknown origin appeared on my kitchen sink the other day, and I found this amazing remedy in Clean House Clean Planet (by Karen Logan).

    Recipe #92890

    There are lots of chocolate chip oatmeal cookie recipes out there, but this is the one I use, and none of the others had quite the same proportions of ingredients. I got this from my mom (Helen). They're equally good with raisins instead of chips, and I love walnut pieces added (but my son doesn't, so I usually skip those). Cooking time is for 5 successive cookie sheet's worth of baking/resting/removal.

    Recipe #91316

    This delicious casserole has become a tradition at my family's Thanksgiving. And everyone agrees we should make it more often, it's so good, and not hard to make. I've changed this recipe only slightly from the Chilean Squash in the Moosewood Cookbook. You can substitute mashed pumpkin or yams (unsweetened, of course!), but the butternut is best and worth the effort. A tip for easier clean up: I just mash the squash right in the casserole and mix everything there. I wipe off the upper sides wih a clean, damp dish towel and pop it in the oven. I've been tempted to add a cup or two of cooked rice or other grain to make it even more hardy, but I haven't tried that yet... Note: cook time does not include time for baking the squash; that can be done ahead and refrigerated.

    Recipe #82191

    This is a great "soft scrub" for counters, sinks, tubs, shower stalls, etc. You can optionally add an essential oil to scent. (I use Dr. Bronner's Peppermint Castille soap, so I don't need any extra scent.) It's important to use liquid soap, not detergent, because detergent makes it much harder to rinse. Castille soap is best; it's available at health food stores. It's great to use this and know you're saving money while being kind to your lungs and the planet at the same time! I got this recipe from Karen Logan's book, Clean House, Clean Planet (a great book!). You can add a few drops of tea tree oil to make it disinfectant and use it for a toilet bowl cleaner.

    Recipe #80954

    This is awesome and foolproof! Great for sandwiches or toast. Even my 9-year-old (who doesn't often make requests) can't get enough of it! OK to substitute sour cream or cottage cheese for the plain yougurt, although it might up the calorie count.

    Recipe #79871

    This is my mom's recipe, and all the amounts (except the can of tomato sauce) are somewhat approximate. This is good hot, but even better cold and sliced for sandwiches.

    Recipe #71879

    This salad is beautiful, refreshing and delicious! I got this from my sister, but originally it came from a cookbook -- I don't know which one. Prep time does not include time to chill before serving.

    Recipe #65604

    I'm really tired of buying expensive, high fat chicken nuggets at the store, so I've started making my own. This recipe is the result of combining bits of several already posted to get one my son reports is

    Recipe #65120

    This is fabulous! I got this from my mom, but I'm not sure where she got it originally. Be sure to get the mushrooms and crab blotted as dry as you can -- the secret to this quiche's success. This is great straight from the oven, but it's at least as good at room temperature, even the next day, which makes it a good choice for buffets and potlucks.

    Recipe #64859

    These are very similar to beekm's Pizza Wrap, but I decided to post this anyway, because it's even easier for kids to make themselves, and because my picky 8 year old requests it often. He warns me not to "sneak" anything else in, but of course any of your favorite pizza toppings will work. I like BBQ sauce, jack cheese and shredded chicken in place of the ingredients listed here, too.

    Recipe #63343

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