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    Quick, easy recipe for that bag of squid you have in the freezer and don't know what to do with it. Works equally well with that bag of cooked, mixed seafood.

    Recipe #410551

    Found butternut squash at bargain prices and wanted to do a butter with it. I found only 1 recipe online and adapted it into this. Great color and flavor. Perfect spread on toast, pancakes or waffles. This recipe produced 11+ half pint jars. Because winter squashes and pumpkins are not acidic enough, the USDA does NOT recommend canning mashed product. These store in the fridge for 2 months or the freezer for longer storage.

    Recipe #397373

    My SO recently was diagnosed with diabetes so I have had to radically change our eating habits. He's a big guy and likes a full plate so I have been working on lightening foods without sacrificing portions. This works out per serving to 3 lean meats, 1 fat and 1 carbohydrate leaving plenty of room for the rice or noodles you wish to serve it on.****The sodium looks high because it didn't calculate for the low sodium soy sauce, figure half the sodium listed in the nutritional data*******

    Recipe #369110

    Super easy and economical recipe. I adapted it from a box of generic biscuit mix. Their recipe called for making the biscuit and cutting it into 1 inch cubes. I substituted 2 cans of refrigerated biscuits with great (and way less messy) results.

    Recipe #350963

    A crustless nut pie covered in cool whip. A family favorite made from pantry ingredients. Time does not include chilling for 2 hours after baking. Makes a thin pie which can easily be double for decadence.

    Recipe #306655

    Throw in the oven and bake with ingredients you already have on hand. Great way to use those cheap pork chops you found on sale. Fantastic economical meal which Mom made often when I was a kid. Don't make this without the peas, or by using a substitute like green beans. It just won't work. My sister's family hates peas so they just pick them out. Serve over mashed potatoes for a complete meal.

    Recipe #306299

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