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ShadowWOW January 12th, 2001 11:40 PM

Join us in our never ending search for healthy AND tasty meals! We'd love to have some of your favorite recipes! We've got our pens ready for your YUMMY Appetizer Recipes! Bring us your main dish recipes!

Pot Roast?
Vegetarian Spaghetti?
Enchiladas?


A meal just isn't a meal without a little something on the side!


Quote:

Sugar and spice and EVERYTHING nice,
That's what little girls are made of!
And that was NO accident girls! We were meant to enjoy our dessert! <g>

If there's a recipe that you've just been itching to get your culinary hands on?

Post it all right here, in the WOW kitchen!

frozen5 February 17th, 2001 03:10 PM

Oh I love collecting and sharing recipes! Right now I am looking for a home made macaroni and cheese recipe. You would think that being from a large family someone would have one but we don't. lol I would love to have one! I hear there is nothing as sinful as mac-n-cheese from scratch! If you have any other recipes youwould like to share share away! I love trying new things!

DLC55 February 18th, 2001 01:30 PM

frozen, my sis has one that's incredible! I'll get it from her!

tupi February 21st, 2001 07:34 PM

macaroni and cheese?
 
Hey, I can do this! I made it last night. My son loves it. This is one of those dishes that people like certain ways though. I like mine kinda fluffy and baked in the oven. My sister likes hers really creamy. My mom likes hers with mushrooms in it. Anyway, I don't like their's I like mine. You are welcome to use it.

Tupi's Macaroni and Cheese

1/2 pound macaroni (I like small shells,but small elbow is fine)
1 t salt (optional)

Bring water and salt to a rolling boil; add macaroni. Put lid on pot and turn off heat. In 5 minutes or so, stir to keep from lumping together. You want the macaroni to be al dente...firm, but not chewy.

Sauce
3 Tablespoons butter or margerine
3 Tablespoons flour
1 teaspoon salt
1/8 to 1/4 teaspoon red pepper (ground not flakes)
1 and 1/4 cup milk
1 and 1/2 cups grated cheddar cheese

Melt butter in small saucepan over medium heat. Sprinkle in flour stirring with a wire whisk or fork to avoid any flour lumps. Add salt, and cook until flour and butter pull together into a roux. Slowly add milk stirring constantly. Let the mixture cook over medium heat stirring to avoid scorching. When it thickens add the cheese, and stir until it melts. Add the red pepper last, and taste to correct seasonings. Pour the melted cheese sauce over cooked macaroni in an 8 by 8 inch buttered pan. Bake at 400 degrees for 25 to 30 minutes until top is golden brown.

tupi February 21st, 2001 07:40 PM

super simple
 
I have a house full of company, and no room for all to sit at the table. Therefore we are opting for buffet including desert. My favorite buffet dessert is so simple.

Wash, clean, and hull a huge basket of strawberries. Arange the whole berries in a pretty dish or a plastic lined basket. Have a bowl of light brown sugar (no lumps for goodness sakes!) and a bowl of sour cream sitting with the berries. To serve, put a large spoon of sour cream and a large spoon of brown sugar on a small dessert plate. Add to the plate 4 strawberries. Then you dip strawberry in sour cream and then brown sugar and pop in your mouth! YUMMY!

Lou February 21st, 2001 08:26 PM

By request . . .
 
<FONT SIZE=+2>Artichoke Spread</FONT>

2 large cans artichoke hearts, drained (not the marinated kind!)
1 Cup parmesan cheese
8 oz. grated mozzarella cheese
1 Cup mayonnaise
2 T dry parsley
2 (or more) cloves minced garlic

Chop artichokes and add remaining ingredients. Spread in a 8X12" baking dish. Bake at 350? for 30 min. Serve with wedges of French bread.

Lou February 21st, 2001 08:32 PM

Because Shadow said I might win a dishwasher . . .
 
<FONT SIZE=+2>Extra Special Super Easy Brownies</FONT>

2 Cups fine graham cracker crumbs
1/2 Cup chopped pecans
1 tsp. vanilla
1/4 tsp. salt
1 can Eagle Brand milk
1 7-oz. package chocolate chips

Mix ingredients together well. Spread into a well greased 8X8X2" pan. Bake at 325? for 25-30 minutes. Cut into 2" squares while still warm.

QuietWoman February 22nd, 2001 05:58 AM

Someone remind me to bring some Graham Crackers back from *over there* - that recipe sounds Grrrrrrrrreat! :cool:

frozen5 February 22nd, 2001 12:56 PM

tupi way thanks! Sounds yummy! dlc I look forward to the recipe! I am looking forward to trying all the recipes I get! (((((THANKS)))))

SereneWOW February 22nd, 2001 04:14 PM

Wont digestive biscuits do? :p

MoonWOW February 22nd, 2001 04:33 PM

whoops....
 
sorry I'm so late getting here, but I was busy preparing all the food for next week's chat.

(yes, it's true...it's ME that does all the work in this kitchen)

ShadowWOW just flits around acting important, posting her phone bill.....but enough about that ....;-)

Hey, (((Lou))) thank you so much for posting those delicious sounding recipes!!

ps. I'm just kidding about ((((((ShadowWOW)))))))...we're a team!

Scary, eh???

pps. Brits cook too, right? Give us a recipe you two....(((QuietWoman))) (((Serene))) ;-)

tupi February 24th, 2001 02:49 PM

What is a digestive biscuit? sounds like a soda cracker


susieB28 March 1st, 2001 12:30 AM

HI my loverly friend-WOWS.....you know how much I love cooking chat, and I am sure I am not the only roomie wanting to lose a little weight. I came across this recipe, and although it is unusual, it is really good!!!

DIET COKE CHICKEN

4 chicken breasts
1 cup ketchup
20 oz. diet coke

Fry chicken in pan til 1/2 way cooked....add ketchup and diet coke, cook til chicken is done. Remove chicken and continue to cook to thicken sauce. Sounds gross, but make a really nice sweet BBQ sauce, nice over rice.

susieB28

mhinnyme March 1st, 2001 06:10 AM



Thanks for the recipe susie. I'am a southern fried girl that would be a lot of grease ! LOL
I've seen this recipe baked before but with regular cola. I'll be back with one


xenachick29 March 1st, 2001 04:48 PM

Artichoke Spread
 
I've tried this before....a MUST for parties....Yummy


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