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    I found this recipe on an "Old Time" recipe site. It had zillions of old recipes, some as old as the 1800's. This sounded good and I made it. Very simple (it only has 5 ingredients) and still has the great taste of lemon ppie that everybody loves. I hate to see these old time recipes disappear!!! Cooking time does not reflect time for baking pie shell ahead of time.

    Recipe #383949

    Found this in "Tested Recipes approved by the Women of the Moose, Laramie, Wy., Chapter 423 which was printed in 1947 - Old Time Recipes. It sounds strange but we liked it. I would like to see more of the really old recipes come back....The old time reclpes from the old time cooks!! Cook time is chill time.

    Recipe #383842

    This recipe is an easy way to make a quick meal and can be coverted to non-vegetarian quick simply. It has all the good things in it and all the tastes one likes when thinking of "creole" food. You can make it hotter by adding more of the creole seasoning and the cayenne pepper. I serve it with a tossed salad and garlic bread sticks. My meat eaters even like it because the sausage substitute I use meets the taste and smell requirements for sausage. Cooking time does not include the time to steam the rice

    Recipe #383619

    I got this from a vegeterian cooking show and I adjusted it to our particular taste. It is a good recipe and you could add chicken or beef if you want to. I have added a couple of cans of Tyson white chunk chicken meat to it when I didn't have any chicken cooked. A simple recipe and quickly put together. The recipe calls for whole wheat spaghetti noodles. I have made it with regular ones and it is fine. The whole wheat noodles do give it a richer flavor and are better for you.

    Recipe #383608

    I found this online and did a few changes to our family's taste. We ended up taking it to potluck dinners and thus the name. It always disappears so we know people like it as much as we do. I kept misplacing the recipe, so put it on here to keep it where I can find it...lol Prep time includes the time for hard boiling the eggs. Cook time is chill time.

    Recipe #383580

    This came from a site of very Old Time recipes in a section called "The Chuckwagon Western Recipes" and it sounded so good that I printed it. The first time I made, I left out the green pepper and the green chilies, just making it with the regular ingredients. Then, I decided to try it with the "Optional" ingredients added. We all liked it much better that way so I included them in the recipe. You can use white hominy if you like it better than the yellow.

    Recipe #383543

    This is a good one. I got it from a vegetarian cooking show. It has mushrooms, oatmeal, cheese, soy sauce and seasonings. You brown it in a skillet and then make a gravy from mushroom soup and sour cream to put over it before baking it in the oven for 30 minutes. My meat eaters liked it too. The cooking time includes the frying time for patties and the time in the oven.

    Recipe #383137

    I found this online when I was looking for a recipe for my sister. I copied it and then went back to looking for her recipe..lol. But, our family loves these. I know there will be some of you out there who won't care for them at all but that's ok. Everybody has different tastes! When I make them, I have to hide them in the fridge until dinner because my son and his friends will eat them all up before dinner and leave an empty plate on the counter.You can add a bit more mayonnaise if needed. Cook time is chill time and time for cooking the eggs.(10 for cooking the eggs, 10 for cooling and 30 for chilling the eggs). We sometimes have some of the filling left and My husband mixes it with chicken or tuna for a sandwich on toasted english muffins. (open faced)

    Recipe #383006

    I got this recipe from a vegetarian cooking show called "Abundant Living." I adjusted it so that its not vegan, but just vegetarian. If you want it to be vegan, just leave out the cheese and the sour cream garnish. I als used corn tortillas instead of the whole wheat ones and I used smaller ones...taco size. Cooking time does not reflect time to cook the beans if you are using dry beans.

    Recipe #382887

    My Aunt used to make this all the time when we were younger. She is now in a nursing home and doesn't cook anymore. My sister found her recipe in an old family cookbook and we have started making it again. It is very good and reminds me of her whenever we make it. I decided to post it here so that we won't lose it again. Maybe some of you will like it too! It can be doubled but if you double it, add a can of celery soup, undiluted to the ingredients.

    Recipe #382859

    My mom always made this for holidays and special days when we were growing up. I am not sure where she got the recipe but we always loved it. It looks really pretty after it is all done and kids love it. Cooking time is chill time.

    Recipe #382786

    I found this on a Worthington Foods Vegetarian Recipe website. They are easy to make and taste good too. I served them at a coffee/breakfast meeting we had for a planning session for our summer reading program. Everybody liked them. We had both the powdered sugar sprinkle and the cool whip so that everybody could choose what they wanted. Can be made with 2 real eggs if you prefer them to the egg substitute.

    Recipe #382699

    I got this recipe from a lady at my Mom's church. She makes it for all of her vegetarian friends (my mom is a vegetarian). We liked it very much even though we do eat meat. It is easy to make and not too involved like some of those vegetarian recipes can be.

    Recipe #382622

    This is a recipe my mom got from somebody and we all liked. She used to make it on rainy days for us and we all called it "rain soup." It is easy to make and has all the vegetables in it. On a cold and rainy day, it hits the spot but is very good other times as well.

    Recipe #382614

    I found this recipe on the DisneyFamily food site. It is way easier than regular lasagna and tastes just as good. My kids don't care for the regular lasagna because they don't like ricotta, but they do love this one! Sometimes, I put some julienne carrots and zucchini in it too. It is very good that way as well as plain. Very much less work involved compared to the usual lasagna. Cooking time includes the 10 minutes for browning the ravioli and to saute' the veggies.

    Recipe #382314

    This came from a vegetarian cooking show. My family likes it and my picky son who hates everything even liked it. If you want to make it vegan, just leave out the cheese and eggg and use vegan dressing. Cook time is chill time and time to boil eggs.

    Recipe #381655

    I got this recipe from a vegetarian cooking show. Although, it is a vegetarian recipe, it does have that "sausage" flavor to it. We eat it on biscuits in the morning. At dinner time we put a mushroom gravy over it and serve it with mashed potatoes, a vegetable and salad. I think it is a good recipe and my family (who also eat meat) enjoyed it. Makes 10 smaller patties but you can make them bigger. Cooking time does not reflect time for baking if you make them that way - only for time to fry-cook them.

    Recipe #381630

    This recipe came from the back of an instant rice box. Its a good one if you are in a hurry to cook dinner. It tastes pretty good too. You can add things you normally like in this type of casserole and that's what makes it so versatile. Sometimes, I even add a hotter, spicy flavor to it, depending on our mood at the time. Cook time does not include time to cook zucchini.

    Recipe #381421

    I got this from a vegetarian cooking show and added a few things that my family likes because I thought it was a bit bland. It turned out great and everybody ate it up. It is easy to make and can be served with bread sticks, bread or rolls and a green salad. If you want to make a non-vegetarian version, just add some cooked chicken or even cooked hamburger meat..

    Recipe #381008

    This is another recipe I got from the 3ABN network cooking show. They are very good but quite different from the normal "candied sweet potatoes." My family are now preferring these to the old ones with the brown sugar and marshmallows. These are more healthy too which makes a mom feel good. cooking time and prep time does not include the time to bake the potatoes.

    Recipe #380102

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