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If you read my home page you would know why I am adding such a thing to my moms treasured recipes. This is to help any novice cook or new bride out there that isn't quit sure how to make a hard boiled egg.
This again was a recipe my mom made when I was a child. It is one of the many I will be adding to my web site from the metal box that was her's.
My family loves olives, black or green I can't keep them in the house. My step-daughter Sarah loves green olives and as a standing joke between us she always asks for a jar of olives for any celebration.
I just made this dish the other night but did a change in it. I had some pork chops in the freezer and thought "why not".
Here is another quick and easy recipe to keep on hand. I don't remember having it as a child but I do remember my mom giving it to me when I was working full time and looking for a quick meal to fix my family.
This Recipe takes me way back to when I was first married. Not wanting anything complicated to cook after work or course I turned to my mother, who always had new ideas.
This is one of my favorite and fast recipes. When Don and I were dating long distance he lived with two of his boys. Dinner was a challenge for him after working all day.
These would make a great appetizer but I made them for dinner a few weeks ago. Chicken wings are very economical and they fit into my grocery budget quite nicely.
This is one of my favorites. It seems like a lot of work but it is truly worth the trouble. The breading on the chicken puffs up beautiful and stays crunchy.
I made this last night for dinner and it was delicious. My husband thought so to. I served it with Portebello Risotto and a green salad with garlic bread.
This recipe is one I just tried out of my Mom's recipe box. The first time I tried it I was not wild about the looks of it. But...
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This flavor full dish is so easy to make, I am sure you will make it often for your family. Instead of the usual corned beef you make for Saint Patrick Day why not give this one a try.