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Thread: My Recipes on Taste of Home and BakeSpace....

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    Super Member AngieS's Avatar
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    http://community.tasteofhome.com/com...px?PageIndex=1

    http://www.bakespace.com/members/pro...kes2cook/4115/

    I love food and like to cook things with few ingredients and little time. With 5 kids I don't have time for long drawn out recipes.

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    thanks, wonderful recipes you have posted for all of us to enjoy

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    Thanks. ;)

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    Hi Angie... I bookmarked these pages after going through the recipes. I love these links. Thank you sooo much for posting this! I too love quick and simple recipes. Grrrrreat site!

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    Quote Originally Posted by belmer
    Hi Angie... I bookmarked these pages after going through the recipes. I love these links. Thank you sooo much for posting this! I too love quick and simple recipes. Grrrrreat site!
    Glad you like them Brenda. Thanks for letting me know. :)

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    Angie , Thanks I also bookmarked. It is only me but I hate to cook anymore.I am going to try a few of these and see how it goes. I am thinking maybe cooking and freezing in individual servings?

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    Thanks, Angie! I copied a couple down to try - especially the Southern Sweet Tea. We can buy it up here in PA, but when DH goes through a gallon in 4 days, it starts to add up after awhile.... I'm going to try making a batch with your recipe. Hopefully, I'll be able to save some $$$ in the long run!!!

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    LOVE the mummy chicken! lol, its has a great name to get kids into dinner - sharet

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    Thanks you all. I enjoy cooking and we get tired of the same things. You could fix up the Mummified chicken and flash freeze it, put it in a freezer bag with the Dale's seasoning.

    The Tea is really good. Since there are 6 of us here that drink it we go through a gallon a day! ;) I so know how you feel. I buy the store brand tea bags they are $1.08 for a box of 100 bags. There's one specific store that we like to get them from so I always try to buy a few boxes while I am there. Lucas and I have noticed a different flavor from the kind at Wal-Mart-we don't care for theirs.

    The stuffing recipe I came up with too. I love that stuff! The cream corn is awesome too!

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    Wow, that is a neat way to share your favorite recipes. Thanks so much.

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