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I started a 'common sense' nutritional program. I don't call it the 'D' word, simply because a diet (thats a four letter word) just doesn't work for me. I typically start my day with this smoothie, and often end it the same way.
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A more economical version of the traditional salmon cakes, these are just as healthy as they are yummy!
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I make these for Priss, the Spoiled Rotten Pomeranian. She's part of the family too, so making her something special is fun for me too. With so many dog food and treat recalls lately, its scary when you read ingredients and wonder where the product came from. With this recipe, the cook knows exactly what goes in, and into their furkids.
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Ok...this one is not especially healthy. But, what it lacks in your diet...or, ahem... adds to it, it makes up for in smiles.
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You're probably looking at this recipe and thinking, huh? LOL.... well, they are really good. If you love carrots like we do, you'll love these too. Its a unique way to get the kids to eat carrots. They're good for out eyes.
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I'm a country girl! And sometimes it seems like the garden just 'turned' into a cucumber. We had so many, it was crazy! We love home made pickles, so this recipe is easy and they're very good.
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Priss and BB, the Spoiled Rotten Pomeranians love this and I make it for for special occasions. Like birthdays, or holidays. With so many dog food and treat recalls these days, its good that I know what goes into what they eats.
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When I was in high school, I took Home Economics... as did a lot of young women.. and men. Actually I took the class because I wanted to learn to sew. I'd been cooking since I had to drag a chair to the stove to see in the pots. Surprisingly, this easy cookie recipe was the first one we got in class. Its been a favorite in my family since then.
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This was one of the biggest sellers at the restaurant I owned several years ago. My dad still likes to stuff his potato... country style!
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This recipe is a bit labor intensive. Well, at least as far as my kitchen habits are concerned. But this is so good... its worth the extra effort for holidays... like Thanksgiving and Christmas.
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I made this in pans that measured about 2' x 3' at the restaurant I used to own. Doubling or even tripled the recipe. I used different canned fruits... or sometimes even combined them... half the pan was one flavor, the other half another flavor!
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