Monthly Archives: January 2009

This is a recipe I’ve run across lately, that I plan to try very soon. It sounds delicious. I thought you might also enjoy trying it as well. Let me know what you think! INGREDIENTS:  4 boneless, thin skinless chicken breasts (1/8 inch.) Salt and Pepper 2 tablespoons olive oil 1 clove chopped garlic 1 […]

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I bought a fabulous new Cookbook the other day, called: GREAT COOKIES by Carole Walter. This book is packed with more than 200 delectable recipes, and over 150 tantalizing photographs! It was worth the $35.00 hard back price. It’s about 3″ thick! I debated for at least an hour, whether or not to pay that […]

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Pot pies are usually topped with a pastry crust. The batter used for the “crust” of this pot pie is more typically used for popovers. When heated, the thin batter creates enough steam to cause the batter to “pop up” and form a puffed topping. Simple & really good! I like to sprinkle Parmesan cheese […]

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This is one of my husbands favorite meals. It’s fast and easy. If you put your steak in the freezer, until it’s not froze solid, but icy….you can cut it, in very thin strips. It’s difficult, if you try to cut thawed meat into very thin strips. You can use any vegetables your family likes. […]

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If you aren’t concerned about the latest Peanut Butter scare, you will want to make these delicious cookies. My peanut butter was purchased before the recall. I’m always trying new recipes, and this is the one I decided on today. These are not your typical, chewy, Peanut Butter cookie. They are as the name suggests, […]

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This is one of my very favorites! The Alfredo sauce is delicious. Fattening but Oh so Good. YOU WILL NEED:   4 skinless boneless chicken breast  4 slices ham 4 slices jack cheese  4 basil sprigs (opt) 1 cup heavy cream as needed salt and pepper 2 cups Italian bread crumbs (Panko works great)  2 […]

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I’ve been enjoying trying different recipes with Rhodes Roll Dough. It’s just really convenient, when you don’t have the time to make your own dough. Tonight I’m making Parmesan Breadsticks with Rhodes Roll dough…….so quick & easy. I will serve these with the Saucy Porkchops, green beans and a baked potato. Tomorrow, I plan to […]

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This is another quick, easy recipe from my Rhodes Roll Cookbook. This way, everyone gets to create a pizza, with the toppings that they like!   Ingredients:  8 Rhodes Texas Rolls or 16 Rhodes Dinner Rolls, thawed and risen spaghetti sauce or pizza sauce grated mozzarella cheese pizza toppings as desired: pepperoni, sausage, ham, mushrooms, […]

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This slow cooker recipe comes from my Taste of Home Magazine. It looks fast & easy to prepare, and promises very tender pork chops. Give it a try……I have this in my slow cooker right now. I will let you know the results. RESULTS: DELICIOUS. Ingredients:  4 lg.bone-in pork loin chops  1 teaspoon garlic powder […]

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Most Everyone loves magic cookie bars, and these are very similar. I seem to like any bar made with Eagle Brand Milk. I always use the fat-free -green label can. I think it makes me feel better about eating them! Ingredients:  1/2 cup butter or margarine  1-1/2 cups quick-cooking rolled oats  1/2 cup graham cracker […]

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This Crock pot meal is so simple, yet delicious.   You will need:  4 to 6 slices bacon  6 boneless, skinless chicken breast halves 4 1/2 oz. sliced mushrooms, drained (opt)  1 can cream of chicken soup 1/2 cup milk 3 oz. Swiss cheese, sliced or grated This is also good with cheddar cheese 1 […]

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YOU WILL NEED:  4 chicken breasts, boneless, skinless 4 slices bacon (*I brown my bacon slightly, but not crispy)  8-10 slices ham or chipped beef  1 c. sour cream 1 can cream of mushroom soup  or  cream of Chicken soup Directions: Line bottom of crock pot with the ham. Wrap each chicken breast with a […]

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