not only can you make this meatloaf without heating up your oven (and kitchen) but it also cooks in less than 30 minutes.
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can double, triple this recipe, very basic add to recipe, freeze in portion servings. add whatever is in the frige, carrot , green pepper, celery, mushrooms etc. serve over any kind of noodles or rice and sprinkle with parmesan. use as a base for lasagna,
created this for a backyard cookout one night at mom and pop's house with the neighbors. i call it "slaw" because it's texture and consistency is like a slaw, but the ingredients are not. i am a total dill pickle freak, as my mother is not. i can drink
mmmmm! compliments of sav-on/albertson's grocery store chain. i subbed apple for pear. no worries if you don't have lavender honey. simply add one half teaspoon crushed dried culinary lavender to regular honey.
i serve these wonderful tea scones with homemade strawberry jam and devonshire clotted cream and they are the highlight of the afternoon tea i serve my guests. incredibly easy to make and fast to disappear. i hope you'll try them and if you don't have clo
desperate to find yet another way to use all the tomatoes from 4 plants, i found this in the big book of casseroles. i used prepared pesto, but if you make your own, it is that much better. had so many, i shared with the neighbors, and even the young on
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