just a little something that came together one night years ago when my kiddos were actually smaller than me! i was trying to come up with something new and relatively quick that would please everyone. they still love and request this dinner on a regular basis!
note: i've attempted to fix the "ingredients" section of the recipe and it's a food.com issue not mine. please refer to the individual recipes listed in the "directions" section if choosing to make these packets! there's no right way to enjoy a sausage, b
tasty vegetarian croquettes that are lightly fried. i served this as part of a light lunch with several appetizers, including baba gannouj, and hummous, with pita bread, some olives, and a green salad.
another web find -- looks yummy!! my husband is not a huge fan of marinara, so i am always on the lookout for something a little different! this looks easy enough to adapt to various types of pasta as well...
this is a simple but warming soup which tastes so good you will never want tinned again! i learned it at school and have cooked it for years, including at sea for 15 hungry sailors who loved it! this soup is hard to get wrong. don't skimp on the flour
hang on to this recipe for the summer abundance of tomatoes from the gardens of all of those cooks who love to garden! i'm putting the recipe on zaar just as it appears in the farm journal freezing and canning cookbook from 1973. however, i did cut the re
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