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    This is a recipe I learned in my 6th grade microwave home and careers class. It is a great first recipe for children wanting to cook. There are a few similar recipes but the ingredients and amounts differ a bit, and I think mine is the best! Lowfat tub margarine can replace butter without a huge difference in taste.

    Recipe #429960

    I'm posting this recipe so it will do the size conversion for me. I got it from my Food For Fifty textbook, hence why it yields 50 servings. Once I try it I will let everybody know what I think about it! Cooking times are estimated, but it seems to be a relatively straightforward recipe

    Recipe #422282

    This was posted in the buffalo news today. Haven't tried it yet but it sounds yummy and super super easy, especially since there's no crust. It would be a great breakfast or maybe a small dinner. Cook time includes sitting time

    Recipe #380928

    A little different than some of the other recipes I've read, so I posted. This came from the Buffalo News and is my favorite way to eat tofu. It's important to put the noodles in before the spinach or the spinach with soak up all the sauce. I always add some finely chopped onions to this recipe because I like them, but iIll post the original. It's high in mono and poly-unsaturated fats (good fats), has a bunch of fiber, is a vegan meal, and most importantly, super good! Even my parents, who hate tofu, love this.

    Recipe #369058

    Who knew eating healthy and having tasty, pretty meals could all come together? Family loved this. So did company. Have your butcher butterfly the turkey for you, and he hardest part is already done! I served with with asparagus shoots sprinkled with olive oil, salt and ground pepper. Oh, and hot buttered rolls. Give it a shot!

    Recipe #354110

    I got this from Ellie Krieger's cookbook The Food You Crave. I absolutely love this meatloaf, and so does my family. It may seem kind of mushy in the process of making, but after cooking it holds up well. The sauce is good too, and we never eat meatloaf with sauce. This meatloaf is nice, tender, and moist, and the family didn't miss the ground beef! I made this as "meatballs" or mini-meatloaves for a demonstration I gave to the elderly on heart healthy recipes, and they gobbled them up! Many asked for the recipe - I'm glad a printed out a few dozen copies! A great alternative to the regular ground beef variation.

    Recipe #354104

    I got this from my desperate housewives cookbook! It's super cute and divided into four sections. Bree's has tons of made-from-scratch, prettily presented dishes. Susan's has really easy recipes since it's said that she is an atrocious cook. Gabby's section has a mixture of healthy model-friendly recipes and traditional mexican recipes. Lynette's has kid friendly food. I got this recipe from Gabby's healthier fare foods. I made it once for the family and they all said it was very good.

    Recipe #353283

    I'm not sure if another recipe like this is on the site, but i am famous for it. It has made even the pickiest eaters gobble it down. My family will never eat storebought hummus again. I make a single serving of this recipe because all i have is a mini food processor/ chopper, but it can easily be doubled and tripled. Add more or less water as desired...it depends how thick you want the recipe. If making ahead of time make a little thinner since it loses a little water overnight. Also, if you use sundried tomatoes that aren't canned in oil, add a teaspoon of your favorite kind, since it makes a creamier texture. I prefer to use the oil in the jar to flavor the recipe. That's enough from me....enjoy!

    Recipe #352381

    With most of the food in the house being saved for christmas eve/day, I was hard-pressed to find anything to eat. I decided to make soup out of canned goods i had in the house. Couldn't find a recipei liked, so i made up my own. It was really good and my parents couldn't eat enough of it. The tomato puree adds a thick body to the soup which makes it hearty and thick. I made this about a week ago and I may not have remembered all the ingredients or steps. If i left anything out I'll be sure to add it. However, this soup is really versatile so don't be afraid to make it your own! Any leftover vegetables would be a welcome participant. Enjoy!

    Recipe #346836


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