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    06-14-2011, 06:37 PM
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Bring on the old family recipes!

My mom got a part time job for the summer so I will be cooking... and cleaning ... more. But I don't want to just bake the plain old chicken or fish all the time... make the traditional (but tasty all the same) chicken soup... etc, etc.

I want some flashy recipes!! I intend to make one interesting dish and desert a week once exams finish... so BRING ON THE RECIPES!!!!

Anything is fine, you're great grandma's 100 year old recipe, you're friends most successful dish (or yours). I just don't want to look for all the recipes on the Internet because, either you find something good and yummy... or you don't and you wonder why someone put it there to start with. ><

Again, anything is fine but I rather nothing too greasy (hence excessively fried foods,) since my mom and I have somewhat sensitive stomachs. :)

Thanks a lot.
I'll also try to post pictures to show you my fails and successes.
     
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    06-14-2011, 08:25 PM
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Green Broke
This isn't exactly an "old" recipe, but this is the recipe my boyfriend (and his family) use when making meatloaf. It is honestly the best meatloaf I have ever eaten.

Favourite Meatloaf recipe at Kraftcanada.com

With both of us working shift work, we also find slow cookers very convienant, as we can put something on before we go to bed, and its nearly ready when we wake up. Makes it easy to have something before we leave for work, or for that nights supper at work.

For a pork roast, we just sprinkle on a package of Onion Soup Mix. The flavour is great, and goes really well with mashed potatoes.
     
    06-14-2011, 08:58 PM
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Green Broke
My mom makes the BEST dessert: mini cheesecakes!

You just put the little cupcake papers into the cupcake pan, put a vanilla wafer on the bottom, and then fill with cheesecake filling and bake! You can either make your own cheesecake filling or use instant. We make our own.

They are delicious.
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    06-14-2011, 09:03 PM
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Thanks for the meat loaf recipe Velvet! We have a very good one as well, but I will try this one and compare.

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My mom makes the BEST dessert: mini cheesecakes!

You just put the little cupcake papers into the cupcake pan, put a vanilla wafer on the bottom, and then fill with cheesecake filling and bake! You can either make your own cheesecake filling or use instant. We make our own.

They are delicious.

My sister has the most delicious recipe for cheesecake filling and OMG I lOVE vanilla wafers! I never heard of that combination for cheesecake but you can bet I'll be trying it! Hmmm... I love wafers. Makes me want to snack on some now.
     
    07-05-2011, 08:30 PM
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Well when I come back from working at camp, I am so dead poop that I have no energy to do anything! So far I have just made a rhubarb pie, 2 quiches (all including crusts from scratch), chicken soup and pasta sauce... didn't have the energy to try anything fancy or fun.
     

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