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Month: February 2015

Butternut Squash Curry

This started out as a soup but was too thick so I put it over rice. I always try not to waste my mistakes and this turned out pretty good. […]

Homemade Frozen Lemonade

There is a store in Rhode Island called Dells. They make the best frozen slush. Here is my take off. 4 to 5 teaspoons sugar 1/2 cup boiling water The […]

Chicken Marabella

The Silver Palate Cookbooks are fabulous. This is a recipe from the first edition. It is a foolproof recipe that serves 8 to 10  people. Ten pounds of chicken cut […]

Roasted Leg of Lamb Rollup

I made a great leg of lamb and had leftovers. Cut the lamb into thin slices and trim off all the fat. Thin sliced onion One large one inch thick […]

Date-Nut Bread

This is the closest recipe I’ve found to make me think of  my childhood. My Mom used to make date-nut and cream cheese sandwiches for a special treat. I have […]

Tomato salad pizza

When I was growing up my Dad had a huge garden. There was a  different tomato salad at every meal. I am not complaining because every salad was delicious. This […]

Grapefruit Salad

It seems that as soon as I went on high blood pressure medicine grapefruits came into vogue. As you probably know I should stay away from grapefruit because it interacts […]

Meatloaf Sandwich

This has to be one of the most underrated  foods. It is not only good the first night you make it but it makes one of the best sandwiches ever. […]

Lemon Chicken

Everyone has their own chicken lemon recipe. I have many but I like this one today. Maybe tomorrow I will like one of the other recipes. I’m just wild and […]

Beef Barley Soup

It is always good to remember that you can add almost anything to a soup but I like this soup plain. 1 1/2 pound  of diced beef. I use an […]

Ginger Vegetable soup

My friend Myra told me about this soup and I thought it sounded weird. OMG it is delicious. It almost has an Indian flavor without the curry. The ginger is […]