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McKenzie Grace Due February 10 (boy); 1 child; New York 418 posts
5th Sep '11

I am starving now reading thru some of this! But I can not wait to start trying some of these delish ideas!

Nancy Parker India 7 posts
9th Sep '11

I've always been fond of fried rice and think it as the quintessential comfort food. Only a bowl of steaming white rice cooked to just the right consistency, filled with bits of meat and vegetable, makes your stomach full and mouth tasty. No wonder fried rice is one of the world's most popular rice dishes.

Lorelei's Mama 2 kids; Tucson, Arizona 1792 posts
3rd Oct '11

Peanut Butter Pie


1 pkg vanilla pudding
1 cup milk
1 pkg cream cheese
1 cup peanut butter
1 cup powdered sugar
1 small tub of whipped cream



Mix milk and cream cheese. Add pudding powder, set aside.



Mix peanut butter and powdered sugar until crumbly. (Soften PB in microwave for 30 seconds.) Spread half of PB mixture in pan for crust. Save 2 tbsp of PB mixture. Add rest of PB mixture to cream cheese mix. Blend. Pour onto crust. Top with whipped cream. Sprinkle 2 tbsp PB mixture on top.

avaross09 Italy 155 posts
13th Oct '11

This is the best thread on this forum. I love having food, making food, reading about food and talking about food. It

★ℭhristina 2 kids; Michigan 1260 posts
10th Nov '11

ohhh man, as if my cravings aren't already crazy. Thank heaven for this thread and my family is going to know where to find me :D

Heather♡Woods 1 child; Oxford, Mississippi 42 posts
11th Nov '11

I was looking for some recipes online for gingerbread houses and I found this.. I'm gonna try it, I heard it's an excellent recipe. If anyone else tries it let me know how it turns out.


Royal Icing II
The

Heather♡Woods 1 child; Oxford, Mississippi 42 posts
11th Nov '11

Also this a recipe from my grandmother that I tried the other night. It's extremely easy and it tastes heavenly... I have to make some more asap.



Peach Cobbler
1 cup sugar
3/4 cup flour
3/4 cup milk
1/4 cup water
1 stick margarine
1 can peaches



Melt butter in baking dish in 300 degree oven (can be melting while preheating). Make batter of flour, sugar, water, and milk. Pour over butter, don't stir. Add peaches, not quite all of the juice, and DO NOT STIR. Bake for one hour. Let cool off and eat with vanilla ice cream on top if desired...

LADY LILLITH 2 kids; Baton Rouge, Louisiana 2419 posts
16th Nov '11

anybody have a super easy pound cake recipe???/

mama is write 2 kids; Twin Falls, Idaho 841 posts
18th Nov '11

I will definitely look this over when I don't know what to have for dinner. Maybe add some of my own recipes....

-_Samantha_- Due January 4 (boy); 66 kids; Pennsylvania 1917 posts
5th Dec '11

Bump:)
Currently on page 13 and making a lot of these Delicious dishes!

Katie Vasquez:) Washington 43 posts
9th Dec '11

They all sound sooooo good! Mmm!

anonymom + 1.5 2 kids; West Virginia 10787 posts
18th Dec '11

Does anyone have an easy tilapia recipe?

I♥Em&Gugga 2 kids; Evansville, Indiana 27744 posts
9th Jan '12

Just wanted to share this family recipe for chicken n dumplings. I don't have an actual recipe. I just make them the way I was taught.

What you will need
1 Whole Chicken
2 or 3 Celery stalks
2 or 3 Bay leaves
1 or 2 cans of chicken broth
Flour, milk, oil (for the dumplings)
Salt and pepper to taste


1. Boil the chicken whole for approx 1-1.5 hours. Pull out of the pot and set aside to cool slightly, just enough so you can handle it. Leave the liquid from boiling the chicken in the pot!! This is your broth!

2. Pull all the meat off the chicken and shred it, put it back in the pot. Dice your celery and throw that in there as well. Add 1 or 2 cans of broth, depending on how much liquid you have in the pot already. Throw in the bay leaves.

3. Make biscuit dough. You can also do this while the chicken is boiling to save time. I use Marth White's Hot Rize biscuit recipe because it is super simple! http://www.marthawhite.com/Recipes/Detail.aspx?RecipeID=2476
Instead of rolling the dough out like you are making biscuits just make a big ball and pull off chunks that are about 1/2 inch big and roll those into balls. Make sure the pot is at a rolling boil before throwing the dumplings in or they will all stick together. Throw them in a few at a time. The liquid will thicken from the flour in the dumplings. Let cook at least 45 minutes, or longer if you prefer.

Hope that makes sense! It sounds difficult but they are SO easy and delicious! I serve them with a nice green side like buttery garlic spinach and cornbread. I also vary it a little and make chicken noodle soup by adding onions, carrots, garlic, thyme and egg noodles.

Snow Storybrooke, ME, United States 34017 posts
13th Jan '12

Chicken Cordon Bleu Crescent Rolls

- Pillsbury crescent rolls
- swiss cheese
- can of chicken
- sliced ham

Dice up swiss cheese and ham. Add canned chicken. Roll out the crescent rolls and add filling. Roll up and bake as directed.



:D



I made these a few weeks ago. I LOVE Chicken Cordon Bleu so why not?

LADY LILLITH 2 kids; Baton Rouge, Louisiana 2419 posts
26th Jan '12

anyone have a recipe for dumplings that doesnt involve a can of pillsbury bisquits