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Month: October 2014

Coconut cod fish sandwich

Go to the fish store and buy two coconut cod fillets. Place on a cookie sheet and bake for 20 minutes at 375 degrees. I like mine really crispy so […]

Brocolli with garlic and oil

Make a lot of this because it goes fast. This is probably enough for four people but not at my house. One large head of broccoli or six cups of […]

Chocolate dipped meringue cookies

These cookies were my second choice. I started to make french macaroons and nothing was going right. The egg whites whipped weird, I forgot to add the sugar, the batter […]

Chocolate Coconut Seltzer

I am not much of a drinker. Not even water. Occasionally I do enjoy a good glass of wine or a cold beer but that is about it. So this […]

Fire Cider Salad Dressing

I had a terrible cold and my friend Tammy said to try fire cider. I didn’t know what it was so I looked it up on the computer. It is […]

Patty’s Cheese Squares

My sister Patty would make these squares and bring them to our Moms. They would disappear. The great thing about them is that you can use broccoli, spinach, asparagus or […]

Fish Tacos

Fish tacos cost a fortune in the restaurant but only pennies at home. Maybe quarters? Two pounds of a boneless, skinless, white flaky fish. I love cod, sole, haddock or […]

Chicken with lemon and capers

  This is one of my favorites. Three pounds of skinless, boneless, thin sliced chicken breasts. Two eggs 1/2 teaspoon garlic salt olive oil One cup of seasoned bread crumbs […]

Anytime Breakfast Sandwich

Every time I pass a Burger King I check my watch to see if it is still breakfast time. My husband was addicted to fast food and he did corrupt […]

Cheese Crisps

I always wanted to make these cheese crackers. Since I was having a pretty healthy meal I decided to make these tonight. They are crisp, cheesy and salty. One cup […]

Baked Asparagus

Another easy recipe but you do have ┬áto wash a pan so use some foil. One bunch of asparagus Olive oil Salt Pepper Parmesan cheese Balsamic Glaze Wash and dry […]

Chicken Cacciatore

I feel like I am reliving my childhood. My Mom would always made this with a thick pasta and so do I. One pound of pasta 8 cloves of garlic […]

Easy Pasta with Vegetables

This takes all of fifteen minutes. One pound of pasta. I like to use a small rotelle, they are little spirals. Salt for the cooking water 6 cloves sliced garlic […]

Easy String Beans

I can’t even tell you how easy this is so I won’t. One bag of 12 ounce clean, prewashed green beans Balsamic glaze 1 1/2 inch of goat cheese or […]

Supper to go

Last night I got a call from my youngest and all she said was how hungry she was. So being an obnoxious, overbearing Mom ,who felt guilty eating a good […]

Angies Baked Blue Fish

Angie would make this in the summer when our generous neighbors would give us fresh caught blue fish. The only problem is that I had to clean it. What a […]