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    This sounds weird, but the addition of turnip and grated onion makes your burgers tender, tasty, and juicy. In addition, adding the turnip to the meat makes more burgers! This recipe was originally created by my mom when she had lots of turnips and lots of kids to feed too...it's a fall tradition around here now. The kids don't even know that there are veggies hidden in there!

    Recipe #467615

    This is a great brine recipe for turkey, or it would work for chicken too. Make sure and soak your turkey in the brine at least overnight before cooking, or even better for 24 hours. You do need to keep the bird refrigerated while brining, but if your November weather is like ours, we often can keep our brining container in the car, or in the garage, on an enclosed porch--somewhere where raccoons and dogs can't get to it, and cold, at least 38 degrees. You can use canning or kosher salt, if you use regular table salt, reduce salt amount by about half, because those kinds of salts are coarser, so less concentrated. If you use ground spices, reduce the amounts by half also. If you grow your own herbs, this is also a great way to use them. If you use the fresh herb, use three times as much. NOTE: this is for a standard 1/5 gallon bottle of white wine, the computer keeps changing it to 1/4 gallon of wine. You can also use cider or apple juice instead of the wine, or you can use 1/2-3/4 bottle of wine instead of a whole bottle. This is a very forgiving recipe!

    Recipe #342451

    Great way to use up those end-of season bell peppers, and so delicious! Easy preparation too! You can serve this with rice or chow mein noodles, or even ramen noodles or rice noodles.

    Recipe #336094

    A little tweak on the cooking preparation makes a cheap boxed macaroni and cheese taste better and creamier and also healthier for you since there's more milk and cheese and less margarine/butter. And to top it all off, it's almost as fast as the regular way, it's just more of a technique than an actual recipe change. No more runny cheesy orange watery sauce! I made this up myself when I got sick of spending more money for the "better" macaroni and cheese for the kids, you know the kind with the "gooey" packet of cheese sauce.

    Recipe #335236

    This recipe sounds weird, but it works well and makes pickles you can keep for up to a year. If you want them to taste like spicy kosher dills, add a hot pepper to each jar. If you want them extra crispy, add a pea sized lump of alum to each jar, but it's not required. This recipe is especially good for home gardeners since you can make as little as one jar at a time, instead of waiting for a large amount of cucumbers at once. These sometimes seal in the sun, and sometimes not, but they will keep for a year in a pantry or a basement regardless.

    Recipe #335159

    This sounds like a weird combination of ingredients, but it's really good. I adapted this from a higher-fat recipe I found on the internet. It's still not low fat, but at least better for you than the original. Delicious left over too! Leftovers can be put into a baked potato for another main dish meal, or stir cooked rice and smoked sausage or cooked chicken or ham into it and re-bake it for another casserole. It freezes well for use later on in a potato, or as a soup if you puree it. You can use real mayo, miracle whip, or the store brand equivalent. Also velveeta (4-6 ounces) works as well as cheddar. 18 saltines is about 1/2 a sleeve of saltines from the box. You don't have to really measure them exactly. You can also use other crackers that you have such as cheese-its, or ritz types that are a little stale.

    Recipe #335134

    Great warm comfort food. I found the recipe on the internet and made some changes to make it even better. Easy and you can make it ahead of time and bake it later on.

    Recipe #334134

    It calls for basic simple ingredients, but it tastes wonderful! Somehow all these things together taste much better than by themselves...

    Recipe #333780

    This recipe tastes like campbells tomato soup basically and it's prepared the same way- mix it with 1/2 water or milk to serve. It doesn't seem like it should work, but it does. It HAS TO BE pressure canned, no water bath canning or it will probably kill you!

    Recipe #332677


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