Pear Pie with Streusel Topping and Caramel Sauce

This turned out to be a really yummy tasting pie. It was simple to make and since it uses refrigerator dough it easy for even those who haven’t made a pie before. My streusel had a few problems relating to three little boys who were helping so trust me there is streusel on the pie you just can’t see much …

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Stuffing & Stuffed Mushrooms or Stuffed Mushroom with shrimp

        STUFFING:3 bags of Arnold Seasoned Stuffing.1 Large 48oz Can Chicken Broth. Less Salt .1 onion finely chopped Italian Sausages –  4 Links2 Pieces of Celery and their leaves1 large apple.  Macintosh6 pieces of Sundried Tomatoes – chopped 1 small Zucchini- Peeled and diced small3 jumbo Portabella Mushrooms- diced 4 piece finely chopped garlic.PaprikaOlive OilSeasoning: Salt, Pepper and Garlic Powder Preparing Seasoned …

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I am still alive

I should be back the week after Thanksgiving with new recipes to share. Life has been crazy. Sickness, getting use to homeschooling three kids, water main break, sewer problems, cutting down two huge trees from our property that resulted in days of pain, google not letting me do much of anything on my blogs, and just plain life getting in …

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Italian Wedding Soup

 Italian Wedding Soup  Serving for 8. 3 Escarole bunches. Cut off end.  There is a lot of sand inbetween the leafs so you must wash each leaf. Then place in a pot of water with 1/4 tsp bleach to sterilize them for about 3 minutes.  Then rinse under running water.  I like to use the salad spinner. this way I …

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Lasagna

You will have 3 layers of Lasagna.What you put Between each layer is described below. Ingredients needed.Prep all ingredients before you cook the Lasagna Noodles. 2  –  32 oz  Containers of Cooking Sauce.  (look under Sauce for recipe) 1/2 Can Small Peas  Optional – divide into 2 = portions. 2 Boxes of Lasagna. There are 20 per box. You will need 1 box      …

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Banana Bread

What do you do when you realize you have 21 bananas that are past their prime? I made all kinds of different dishes with them. One being this bread recipe. It’s a simple recipe that calls for ingredients you should have on hand. I say it took me about 5 minutes to mix this up and it took about 1 …

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Baked Sweet Potatoes w/ Marshmellows

10 large Sweet Potatoes – Peeled 3 Tbs Sugar Free Syrup1 Tbs Splenda Brown Sugar Blend1/2 tsp Ground Cinnamon1/2 Stick Butter1/2  Small Bag Miniature Marshmellows Slice Sweet Potatoes into chunks.   Bring large pot of water to boil with 1Tbs of salt. Add Sweet Potatoes and cook until fork goes threw.              Should not be mushy. Strain Potatoes and let sit for a minute to get …

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Chicken Marsala

   8 slices Chicken Cutlet cut into 3 x 3 pcs3 Eggs – beat and add a dash of salt, pepper and garlic2 cups Flour add a dash of Salt and PepperMed. Onion thinly sliced1 large pkg of fresh mushrooms1 pkg of  Wide Egg Noodles1 stick of Butter. 2 – 3 Small Cans of Beef Broth 14 0z.6 Tbs + to your …

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Pumpkin Whoopie Pies

This is my favorite time of year for food. Why you ask? Because I love pumpkin treats. As you can see I’ve been posting several different recipes for pumpkins cause I’ve been making all kinds of pumpkin treats. These were a hit with all the adults while the kids just liked them. I think my kids ate one maybe two …

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Pumpkin Soup

Photo by Rebekah Pumpkin Soup with Cinnamon Croutonsadapted from a conversation with my friend Judy and Allrecipes.comSoup:2 tablespoons butter1 large onion, chopped1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon1/2 teaspoon ground ginger 1/4 teaspoon cayenne pepper 3 tablespoons brown sugar1 15-oz. can pumpkin puree1 teaspoon salt4  to 6 cups chicken stock1/4 heavy creamMelt butter in a large saucepan or Dutch oven.  Add onion and …

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