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  • Joined January, 2006
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I am a stay-at-home mom of one, who loves to cook, try new recipes, organize and create new recipes of my own. I also enjoy sewing, reading, singing, cleaning, homeschooling, gardening, web and graphic design, photography, history, politics, and so many other things it's impossible to list them all!

Enchiladas, meatloaf, lasagna, spaghetti, beef stew, grilled burgers, roasted chicken...My family loves food, and I am no exception. I am mostly inclined toward traditional and simple comfort foods.

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Zesty Italian Ziti

Zesty Italian Ziti

Boil your water first, and put the ziti in to boil when you start cooking your sausage. [I posted this recipe.] — radiantsahm 2/24/2006
Chicken Mozzarella

Chicken Mozzarella

Most Pilsbury bread items can be baked at the same temperature. To make bread sticks with this meal, place on a pan that can sit side by side with the chicken and bake in the last half of cooking the chicken. [I posted this recipe.] — radiantsahm 2/24/2006
Buttermilk Biscuits

Buttermilk Biscuits

[I posted this recipe.] — radiantsahm 2/24/2006
Baked Chicken Strips

Baked Chicken Strips

To save time, the spices can be omitted if using seasoned 4-C bread crumbs! [I posted this recipe.] — radiantsahm 2/24/2006
Traditional Fried Chicken

Traditional Fried Chicken

[I posted this recipe.] — radiantsahm 2/24/2006
Pork Loin Roast

Pork Loin Roast

[I posted this recipe.] — radiantsahm 2/24/2006
Oaty Apple Crisp

Oaty Apple Crisp

Apple desserts go great with ham, pork roast, or pork chops! [I posted this recipe.] — radiantsahm 2/24/2006
Hot Chocolate

Hot Chocolate

Also delicious garnished with whipped cream, or with marshmallows! [I posted this recipe.] — radiantsahm 2/24/2006
Green Chile

Green Chile

If using the green chile for burritos, use the juice to pour over the top of the burrito and top with cheese. Delicious! [I posted this recipe.] — radiantsahm 2/24/2006
Buttermilk Substitute

Buttermilk Substitute

This substitute can be used for recipes such as buttermilk biscuits, or pancakes! [I posted this recipe.] — radiantsahm 2/24/2006
Crock-pot Hamburger Soup

Crock-pot Hamburger Soup

For variations, try adding some chili powder to your spices for a little kick, or sprinkle in a bit of your favorite cheese! [I posted this recipe.] — radiantsahm 2/24/2006
Blueberry Muffins

Blueberry Muffins

[I posted this recipe.] — radiantsahm 2/24/2006
Beef Stew

Beef Stew

Prepare vegetables and potatoes before browning the beef cubes, and gather into one bowl to have ready to pour into slow cooker all at once. [I posted this recipe.] — radiantsahm 2/24/2006
Potato Soup

Potato Soup

This soup is great served in bread bowls! [I posted this recipe.] — radiantsahm 1/13/2006
Christmas Fruit Punch

Christmas Fruit Punch

Add the ice cream or sherbet after the other ingredients have been mixed, in regular sized scoops. [I posted this recipe.] — radiantsahm 1/13/2006
Broiled Haddock Filets

Broiled Haddock Filets

This amazing fish is delicious served with butter and herb rice and a spinach salad! [I posted this recipe.] — radiantsahm 1/13/2006
Zesty Broiled Chicken

Zesty Broiled Chicken

Boneless, skinless breasts will take less cooking time. To make on the grill, line your grill with foil and follow the same directions! [I posted this recipe.] — radiantsahm 1/13/2006
Zesty Spice Rub

Zesty Spice Rub

Also great for basting! Mix one tablespoon with a quarter cup of olive oil and a teaspoon of lemon juice for a zesty marinade. [I posted this recipe.] — wwiggins 1/13/2006
Thumb-print Cookies

Thumb-print Cookies

To crush walnuts without making a mess, use a food processor, or pour walnuts into a large freezer bag and mash by rolling a rolling pin over the walnuts until they are finely crushed. [I posted this recipe.] — radiantsahm 1/13/2006
Gingerbread Men

Gingerbread Men

If you don't have a gingerbread man cookie cutter, draw a pattern on paper and lay on top of the dough. Cut around the pattern with a sharp knife. [I posted this recipe.] — wwiggins 1/13/2006

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German potato soup. My ideas: drop the sugar (wasted); but, add a hint of nutmeg. To be really German, it should, instead, use caraway or dill.

6 years ago    Jack50

i was looking at your pork loin roast and was wondering if is 1 cup of sugar. Crockpot recipe. I am not a big cooker but am excited to try to teach myself about cooking so I am nervous about cooking this type of meat, is your pork the same as pork loin ribeye roast. thanks

6 years ago    flowerslv2

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