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January 15, 2014  | Everyday Recipes
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Clean water spots from stainless steel by wiping a paper towel dampened with vinegar.

While surfing the internet today I found several things that were interesting. One was a page on how to read a Durkee Spice Date Code. This was information I didn't know before. Thought others might be interested as well.

Today my husband wanted a dessert with cherries in it. The first two don't have actual cherries but does have a cherry flavor.
Mary J.

Cherry Waldorf Recipe

1 pkg. (4-serving size) cherry gelatin
3/4 c. boiling water or apple juice
1/2 c. cold water or apple juice
Ice cubes
1/2 c. diced peeled pear or apple
1 sm. banana, sliced or diced
1/4 c. sliced celery or chopped nuts

Completely dissolve gelatin in boiling water. Combine cold water and ice cubes to make 1 1/4 cups. Add to gelatin, stirring until slightly thickened. Remove any unmelted ice. Fold in fruits and celery. Spoon into bowl or individual dishes. Chill until set, about 2 hours. Makes 2 1/2 cups or 5 servings.
Mary J
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Cherry Popcorn Recipe

2-1/2 quarts air-popped popcorn
Butter flavored spray
1 small box cherry flavored gelatin

Put popcorn into a very large bowl and spray lightly with butter flavored oil. Sprinkle with gelatin. Put in 350 degree F oven for five minutes. Gelatin will dissolve slightly and stick to the popcorn.
Mary J
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Black Cherry Cola Jello Salad Recipe

1 can bing black cherries
1 large package sugar free, black cherry Jello
12 ounce can Coke or Diet Coke

Drain fruit. Add water to juice to make 2 cups. Heat to a boil. Add Jello; stir until dissolved. Put pan in sink of cold water. Add Coke and fruit mix. Pour in Jello mold and refrigerate. Top with Cool Whip once Jello has set.
Mary J
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Peanut Butter and Oats Cookies

2 cups sugar
1/2 cup milk
1 stick butter or margarine
3 cups quick cooking oats
3/4 cup peanut butter
Wax Paper (has to be wax for the cookies to set)

After comes to a hard boil, boil 1 1/2 minutes. Remove from heat and quickly stir in oats and peanut butter. Spoon out on wax paper. Allow a little time for the cookies to set up.
Karen TX
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Almond Butterscotch Popcorn Recipe

1 (12 ounce) package butterscotch morsels
4 cups popped corn
2 cups slivered almonds

In a 1-quart microwave-safe measuring cup, microwave butterscotch morsels on HIGH for 3 minutes, stirring after each minute, until melted and smooth. Pour over popcorn and almonds, stirring gently to mix well. Drop in small clusters onto a lightly buttered baking sheet. Let cool.
Mary J
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Salmon and Noodles Recipe

8 ounces noodles
1 pound can salmon
10-1/2 ounce can condensed cream of vegetable soup
1/2 cup mayonnaise
1/2 cup sliced ripe olives
1 tablespoon minced green onion
3-1/2 ounce can French fried onions

Cook noodles, as directed on package. Drain salmon; reserve liquid. Flake salmon in bowl; remove bones and skin. Add salmon liquid, soup, mayonnaise, ripe olives and minced green onion. Combine with noodles. Turn into greased 1 /2 quart casserole. Top with onions. Bake at 350 degrees for 30 to 35 minutes.

Servings 4 to 6
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Nancy and landers.. This is a wonderful hearty soup. we call it cheesy corn chowder.

Cheesy Corn Chowder Recipe

1/4 cup chopped onions
2 cups.diced pototoes
1/2 cup diced carrots
1/2 cup diced celery
1 1/2 tsp salt
1/4 tsp pepper
Cook together in 2 cups water about 15 minutes. Do not drain.

1/4 cup butter
1/4 cup flour
2 cups milk

Add flour to melted butter,add milk and cook until thickened.

Add 10 oz velveeta cheese.
Add 1 17 oz cream corn.
Add 2 cups diced ham.

Simmer and enjoy with crusty bread!
Sharon in Florida
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Marybeth, I just installed a new kitchen also and went from a 2 bowl sink to a one bowl deep sink with a removable rack in the bottom. And I LOVE it.. almost the best part of whole new kitchen (2nd to the granite tops). I can put ANY of my pans in this sink and they fit flat. And the rack allows you to put hot pans in to soak without damaging the sink bottom.
Never miss the 2nd bowl.

As far as hand washing pans, instead of a dish drainer, I have one of those absorbent dish mats I lay on the counter, then hang on the inside door of the bottom cabinet to dry. Takes up no room like a dish rack does and seems to hold more items.
Faucet?, Hands down, the type where the faucet pulls out from the nozzle (not a separate pull out) and allows stream and spray. I also have the separate hand soap dispenser built in which is great!
Enjoy your new kitchen!

For Mary Beth about her remodel. She will want her 2 bowl sink my sister recently moved into a home with 1 bowl and boy does she miss that 2 bowl as do I when I am there. For a faucet get a what I call a gooseneck faucet big pots fit under it so well to fill. I have always been pleased with mine my son bought for me.
Mary Ann Upstate N.Y. 

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for Mary Beth who wanted to know if she should get one sink or two. I have had both and I never want another one bowl sink again. If you fill the sink with soapy water for dishes, it keeps filling up,as you rinse the dishes until you run out of room. Second, if someone has a leftover glass with ice they want to empty where are they going to empty it? If someone finds a dish that should be rinsed before you put it in the dishwater, there is no place to do that and if you add it to your dishwater, you have a lot of food particles in the water.
The best sink I had, had two compartments, although one side was small. it allowed me to was baking sheets in the large side but still had use of the second side for all the things I have mentioned as well as to rinse what I had washed. Also my garbage disposal was in the small side. My 2 cents worth,
Abby in Atlanta.

This is for Marybeth,
She is asking about sinks and faucets.

For 35 years, I had a one bowl sink. The rest of the time I had 2 bowl. We just purchased a home in Fl.. and
I can't wait to go back to a one bowl. I especially like them for my "9x13" pans and cookie sheets. The only
thing is you have to have room on your counter for a dish drain, I don't have too much room, so what I think I will do is get a dish pan, I can keep it in the sink and let my dishes drain in that, and then I can take it out when I need the bigger sink.

In Lowe's they have a sink called a "Composit" sink. It comes in different sizes, and different colors.

We had gone to a Home Show, where I first saw the sink. The salesman said they will not scratch, just wipe it out.

Good Luck and have fun remodeling.
Barb from Fl.


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