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Nancy, this is for Zelda in Kemp, TX. Looks like once again I didn't
think through the recipe when I sent it in. It's odd how we just
automatically do things and don't think to add all the instructions. I'm
sorry and honestly trying to do better but seem to always leave out the
size of the pan or something.
WE are eating more rice these days. This has become a favorite dish of
my husband. You can substitute other vegetables, like zucchini, squash,
diced carrots, chopped broccoli , chopped cabbage, etc. I have omitted
the peas and added a can of undrained chili beans or , black beans to
make a meatless main dish.
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Joy, please share your family recipes
with all of us. I am sure I am not alone in wanting to
see them. I grew up with sauerkraut being served regularly, but my sons,
their spouses and grandkids won't eat it. My husband will eat it once a
year, maybe. They are also not fond of anything with fresh or cooked
cabbage. As a result, I have lots of pasta and southwest recipes, as
that is what they are guaranteed to eat. I am long past trying to get
any of them to eat things they believe they don't like. For Bill, who
asked about my Chile Verde recipe, the color will not be clear. Since I
am blind, I cannot accurately describe the color and my husband is not a
great help on this matter. he enjoys eating a great deal, but describing
colors from memory is not easy for him. He will quickly admit that he is
not the most observant person.
Cauliflower Alfredo Sauce
as I was viewing the items in my pantry, I saw an
Almond Chip Cookie Mix. There wasn't time to bake
the cookies so I did the next best thing. I stole the chocolate chips
from the package and ate some of them. They were soooo good. There are
chocolate chips and then there are the most wonderful chocolate chips.
It is very possible I was very hungry for something with chocolate but I
those chips tasted wonderful. The Almond Chocolate Chip Cookie mix was
one from Dennis at the Prepared Pantry. He uses real chocolate in
his chocolate chips and it makes a such big
difference in taste. I did feel a bit guilty stealing the chips from the
mix, I did appologize to the mix for taking the chips from the package
and promised to order some more. Not sure if this made me or the package
feel better but I must say the
chocolate chips tasted yummy.
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I am looking for a recipe for a drop cookie recipe that my mom made when I was young. It was a no cook oatmeal drop cookie without cocoa. It tasted like it had brown sugar instead of cocoa. I had the recipe and have lost it. My mom passed away and no one in my family remembers the recipe. I would appreciate it if anyone could help me find it.
Thank you, Tammy Couch, Benton,KY
Hey Miz Nancy:
Here is what Anne Byrne, the Cake Mix Doctor, says about recipes calling for the old 18.25 oz. cake mix. I hope you can use this information. If not, perhaps Dennis Weaver has a similar suggestion?
Julia in PA
Hello from Anne,
Smaller Cake Mix Fix: Many cooks have been frustrated to watch cake mix package sizes shrink lately. But do not despair! If you are accustomed to baking my recipes with 18.25-ounce mixes, there is a simple way that you can add flour to the smaller mixes and still bake Cake Mix Doctor recipes. Pour the cake mix into a large bowl and whisk in 6 tablespoons all-purpose flour. Now proceed as the recipe instructs. Not only will the cake achieve good volume, but it will have a nice structure and slice evenly. I learned this trick years ago before the mixes were downsized. If I added a little flour to the cake mix, then the cake seemed to have more body, and it did not sink or shrink when cooling. I hope you enjoy this simple solution!
Nancy, YOU do such an amazing service. Love the stories of the cats. thank you I recently ate in a cafe that served a Spicy Cabbage soup. I believe they used their leftover roast beef, cabbage, maybe a tomato based broth, little onion. and I could not identify the small seeds in the bottom of the bowl. Anyone have a recipe? I have tried a couple and not getting close and of course they won't share this wonderful recipe.
Been a tough year My Love passed last year Jan 27 (of 45 plus years) and it has been a soul searching, growing, believing in myself and One Day At a Time. I am so Thankful he always encouraged, pushed me to do things myself (always hovering while I did it), I so miss that. I have reconnected with many friends of years ago and making a new life. I miss my old life but excited to see what my new life has in store. I co facilitated a Grief Class (at the time thought I was out of my mind) and it was wonderful. Hugs to All and this quote has been calming: "Sit. Quiet thy mind. Rest your heart. And, know you are not alone…"""
NanCee in SD
Ditto and Little One are taking the cold spell here fairly well. When ready to go to bed I find two little kitty shapes under my blanket. Sometimes they think that it is their bed and tend to not to want to share with their master. Their master has them out foxed though. Just put some food out and off they go to eat it. Off goes their master in the opposite direction to quickly claim her warm bed. Often I wonder if I am really in charge in this home?
The other day when I woke up from a peaceful nights sleep and noticed something out of the corner of my sleepy and unfocused eye. There on my pillow was a furry mouse. It nearly scared me to death so I began to beat that ugly furry thing with a fly swatter. Almost immediately Little One throws himself on the mouse to save its life. He picked up the mouse and moved it to his pallet. Little One began making soothing noises as he was cleaning the mouse. I am not sure what message he was telling his mouse but it is probable he was saying in kitty language his master is crazy to beat his favorite furry toy mouse with a fly swatter. All I can say is at 6:30am it looked real to me.
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Baking in a Skillet - The pdf part of the link was left off. I will try to make the link work this time. I don't give up easily so I will keep trying until it works.
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