Tag Archives: Easy Cooking

Pasta and Egg with Fresh Ground Black Pepper – Gluten-free – Simple – Fast – Made from Leftover Pasta – The Party’s Over and the Cook Is Taking It Easy –

I boiled too much gluten-free pasta for our party, and this is one way to use it. It’s also a great way to make a fast lunch with little cleanup. Melt butter in a skillet and toss in the leftover pasta. … Continue reading

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What to Cook on a Day that Won’t Stop Demanding – Chicken – Carrots – Potatoes – Baked in One Pyrex Pan – Raw Green Bell Peppers and Tomato – Let the Oven Do Most of the Work –

Here it is. I spent about fifteen minutes putting it in the baking dish. The oven baked it all in just one hour, while I did something else. I took it out of the oven, sliced a quarter of a green pepper … Continue reading

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Quick Chicken Noodle Soup – Planned Broth from Drippings of Baked Chicken – Saved the Broth for Soup – Very Easy –

This chicken noodle soup was made from leftover baked chicken: We had guests over the night before, and I had baked two chickens. I sprinkled sea salt, pepper, and garlic salt on the chickens and added a cup of water … Continue reading

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Crepes – Gluten-free – My Recipe Perfected – These May Be the Easiest Crepes Anyone Could Make – Allergic to Wheat? Satisfy that Carb Craving with Gluten-free Crepes –

  Someone served me a crepe a long time ago, before I could go online for a recipe. I really liked this simple, thin, little crepe that could be wrapped around fruit or meat or eaten all by itself. I knew I could … Continue reading

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Potato Soup for Two – Simple – Easy – Quick – Delicious – Start to Finish – Forty-five Minutes –

Turn a potato into potato soup in forty-five minutes: 1) Chop a small onion, a few stalks of celery, and one peeled potato.  2) Saute the onion and celery in a combination of butter and olive oil. 3) Add the cut-up potato … Continue reading

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Baked Chicken for Two – Hubby and Me – Easy – Fast – Simple – Let the Oven Do the Cooking – POOF – Succulent Baked Chicken in One Hour –

We get up early and I usually do not think about what to cook for dinner for a few hours. But that’s not a problem for me, because we have cut our chickens in half and frozen each half in its own freezer … Continue reading

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