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Recipes and Cooking


Recipes and Cooking

This group is all about cooking, exchanging recipes, requesting a recipes, and help with something. Anything to do with cooking.

Members: 158
Latest Activity: 18 hours ago

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Winter Holiday Cookies 6 Replies

Started by Angharad. Last reply by Julia A Knaake yesterday.

Brussels Sprout Salad with Apples, Walnuts & Parmesan 4 Replies

Started by Julia A Knaake. Last reply by Julia A Knaake Dec 2.

Winter Holiday Entrees and Sides 4 Replies

Started by Angharad. Last reply by Layla Dec 2.

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Comment by Aggie 18 hours ago

Comment by Julia A Knaake yesterday

Another Wreath with Spirit from the family next door

Comment by Julia A Knaake yesterday

Comment by Layla yesterday

OK....I will look into applying for a federal grant to put "pickanic baskets" and cookbooks in bear habitat locations. If I can't sleep all winter, they shouldn't get too either.

Comment by Aggie on Monday

Lack of available food in the winter.  Bears don't store food or have cook books.

Comment by Layla on Monday

I guess you could call it that...but...what makes a bear zonk out for months and human's are back at it in 8 hours?

Is it because they are in a dark place and can't see the new day dawn?

Comment by Aggie on Monday

I hibernate about 8 hours every night.

Comment by Layla on Sunday

There was an article in my news feed the title asked why human's don't hibernate. This was interesting  to me because we do eat more carbs and stay indoors a lot more. We sort of semi-hibernate in cold weather.

What do you think...if we didn't have "responsibilities" would humans hibernate?

Comment by Layla on Friday

Thank Angharad, I will try Montreal Seasoning Blend. As for the potatoes, I have regular slow cooker and a little cheap (walmart) 2 quart one. That one is a great size for the two of us. 

Comment by Angharad on December 7, 2018 at 1:02am

I was a vegetarian when I had a family. Mike and our son still ate meat, but I cooked, mostly,  poultry or fish for them; so, I did have a 100% turkey meatloaf. It was the same simple recipe as my beef/pork meatloaf (which is probably close to everybody else's--ground meat, diced onion and celery, an egg or two, seasoned breadcrumbs).

The secret for making my turkey meatloaf taste like beef was SO simple--Montreal Seasoning Blend! I tell you--shake that stuff onto ground turkey or chicken anything and it tastes like the beef original.

I'd love your slow cooker scalloped potatoes recipe! I've never made them that way.   


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