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  1. Um, methinks someone like Mexican food! :lol: I do too.
  2. Mmm! I love those blueberry bagels. We had leftovers last night because hubby was working late.
  3. Homemade chicken and dumplings. YUM!
  4. BTW, here is an easy lasagna recipe... Again, I don't measure :roll: :oops: 1 regular-size jar of Prego spaghetti sauce with Italian sausage in it. 1/2 lb. ground beef 1 16 oz. box of lasagna noodles 1 8 oz. carton of ricotta or cottage cheese 1 egg Enough mozarella to make yourself happy. :mrgreen: (Apply pneu-engine's Moore's law here) :lol: Cook the noodles according to package directions. Brown the ground beef. Stir into sauce. Beat the egg and stir into the ricotta or cottage cheese. Spread a thin layer of the sauce mixture on the bottom of a square baking dish. On top of that first layer of sauce follow this pattern for layering: noodles, sauce, cheeses; noodles sauce, cheeses, noodles, sauce, cheeses, etc. Eventually you will run out of noodles or space. :lol: Just make sure the cheese comes out on top. Cover with foil and cook for about 45 minutes at 350 degrees. Then take the foil off and cook for a few more minutes to let the cheese brown. Here's a little tip: spray the foil with cooking spray so the cheese doesn't stick to it while cooking. Also, you can cut the noodles to fit your pan. I suggested trying this in a square pan instead of the normal 9x13 because there are only 2 of you. Try it and have fun!
  5. Yes Ma'am! I have started a file for them!! I think I am getting addicted. [url=http://imageshack.us][img]http://img281.imageshack.us/img281/2995/gardenfence9pb.gif[/img][/url]
  6. [quote="LAF"] [quote="Bakershalfdozen"]Hee-hee! LAF lives on pizza :frog We will have pizza tomorrow - we usually have pizza on Friday night. [/quote] we do to usually but hey I felt lazy :lol:[/quote] [url=http://imageshack.us][img]http://img130.imageshack.us/img130/6465/pizza9kt.gif[/img][/url] :wink:
  7. Hee-hee! LAF lives on pizza :frog We will have pizza tomorrow - we usually have pizza on Friday night.
  8. [quote="~Julie~"] Last night I made sloppy joes (not the can stuff yuk!) [/quote] So you make your own? Care to share the recipe?? :mrgreen:
  9. We had the chicken crescents I mentioned in another thread.
  10. recipe (please post it) :mrgreen:
  11. We usually have pizza on Fridays. Did tonight. :D
  12. Mackerel patties Rice Spinach (and yes, my children do like it!) :mrgreen: [u]Mackerel Patties[/u] 1 can mackerel 1 egg 2 T. flour Onion, paprika, salt and pepper to taste (translation: I don't measure :D ) Mix together until well-blended. Form into thin patties about 1/8 inch thick and about 3 inches across. Fry in 1 T. butter until golden brown on both sides.
  13. Sounds like stir-fry to me. Yummy!
  14. We had a weird supper. I wanted something quick and easy so we had scrambled eggs, crescent rolls and the watermelon our neighbor gave to us. :lol:
  15. nooeeewww! Actually, never tried it; doesn't sound too good. We had homemade chicken pot pie and homemade soft molasses cookies.
  16. Man, oh, man it depends on the sandwich! Swiss is awesome melted over ham; also very, very tasty melted over roast beef. yeast bread or biscuits?
  17. [quote] hubby is having bratwurst and sauerkraut [/quote] :o uh-oh :lol:
  18. Neither. Sit at the computer until I fall asleep at night. :lol: Rotini pasta or shell pasta?
  19. Beef porcupines, mashed potates and mixed veggies with some of Mathias' leftover birthday cake for dessert. :mrgreen: [url=http://img233.echo.cx/my.php?image=birthday20057ew.jpg][img]http://img233.echo.cx/img233/1947/birthday20057ew.th.jpg[/img][/url] It is a caterpillar; not very good perhaps but he loved it. The original recipe called for coconut to be used to create the "caterpillar effect" but my kids don't like coconut so I just "roughed" the icing up a little. For anyone that is interested, it is just a Bundt cake cut in half and laid out like a caterpillar. The head is a "snowball" - one of those white coconut-covered confections. Again, my kids don't like coconut, so I covered an orange with white icing. :lol:
  20. Bakershalfdozen

    Wedding music

    :oops: I had a grand time doing it! Some of my favorites are: The 2 Flourgirl mentioned Whither Thou Goest, I Will Go Yours Forever A Christian Home The Wilds produces a book that contains many wedding songs. Here is a link for that book... [url]http://shop.worthwhile.com/mall/catalog/THE_WILDS/ALL/24931-We-Will-Serve-the-Lord-Wedding-Book.htm[/url]
  21. Outdoor - pet hair and dander on the furniture, clothes, carpet, curtains, etc. No thanks. :mrgreen: RugDoctor (Do it yourself) carpet cleaning or professional carpet cleaning?
  22. fruity air freshener and do-it-yourself car wash :D perennials or annuals?
  23. A sycamore tree; that's great. We ordered some lombardy poplars. I also transplanted a red bud last year; it was so pretty - I hope it makes it.

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