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Just in Case Fried Chicken and Potato Salad Really Are the Way to a Man’s Heart – I Tried a New Recipe Today – Altered to Make It Gluten-free – Chicken Fried Chicken with Potato Salad on the Side –

Yum! Delicious! Steve is working outside and will be doing it for some time. The yard, the yard, the yard. You know. The yard. I like to keep him happy with a good meal as often as possible. This recipe is called chicken … Continue reading

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Pot Roast for Two – I Proved It – It Can Be Done – All These Months Steve Wanted Whatever I Cooked – Out of the Blue He Wanted Pot Roast –

Steve and I buy most of our meat at Costco, and this day we were shopping and were out of steak. Instead of more steak, Steve wanted whatever I needed to make pot roast.  Yes, pot roast. I told him … Continue reading

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Stuffing for Two – As Thanksgiving Day Draws Near – Traditional Turkey and Stuffing Comes to Mind – We Will Go Out with Friends to a Restaurant – But at Home Today Traditional Stuffing Was on the Menu –

Stuffing would usually be scooped into the cavity of a turnkey or into a baking dish for Thanksgiving Day, but today I baked it in these two mini-casserole dishes instead. We enjoyed a meal with stuffing on the side. This is an easy dish … Continue reading

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Meatloaf – FUN – Never the Same Twice – Be Creative – Be Bold – Make Your Mark on a Meatloaf Recipe –

Meatloaf recipes are basically the same except as we revise them to suit our needs or whims. What’s in your refrigerator? What’s on your pantry shelf? If not an ingredient your recipe calls for, you might find something that will work as well or better. … Continue reading

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Salmon Patties – Mushroom Soup – Beets on side – Apples and Golden Raisins Dessert – Simple No-Frills Cooking –

I like to serve whole foods, uncooked, with nutrition intact, as much as possible. I strive to present at least one item on my menu that is dominantly alkaline to maintain a healthful PH balance in our bodies. Today’s dessert of apples … Continue reading

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Instant Stuffed Peppers – Easy Caregiver Special

I have all but quit fancy cooking, since I have squeezed my life into a style that saps the energy from my body rendering it a liability that the spirit must coax into operation each day.  Inwardly, I am refreshed. … Continue reading

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Irish Beef Stew or Proximity Thereto

The morning comes too soon No sweat – I can wake up Guest stayed overnight Brew coffee – serve breakfast Start the day off right Guest is gone and I’ve made my way Clear through blogosphere Hubby is watching a … Continue reading

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