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  • mos
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    Ahh…well, I don’t have a Kitchenaid, so I’ll try my best…

  • in reply to: Olive Garden Bread sticks #576702

    mos
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    bethaliz6894, this looks fabulous and in my humble opinion, I can come up with a bunch of ideas to make and serve these…giggle…

  • in reply to: Long John Silver’s Batter #576701

    mos
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    DorisKing3, I’ve never had Long John Silver’s food but it certainly looks good!  Do you have an idea as to how hot the oil needs to be and how much?  Estimated cooking time?

  • in reply to: Blueberry Ice Cream #576700

    mos
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    CoolCat, this looks so yummy!

  • in reply to: Yogurt Blender Pancakes #576303

    mos
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    bond16, did you get a chance to try this breakfast?  Let us know if you enjoyed it!

  • in reply to: Fresh Blueberry Crumb Cake #576302

    mos
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    bond16, I don’t know where you live, but in my area (NC) we have numerous thrift stores, charity-type stores (like Salvation Army, Goodwill, Catholic Ministries) and Craig’s List where you can get appliances inexpensively.  Some even deliver to you!  Hope this helps!

  • in reply to: Caramel Golden No-Bake Cookies #575742

    mos
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    I like the sound of no-bake, especially during the summer.

  • in reply to: Garlic & Honey Pork Chops #575741

    mos
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    Jane, this looks and sounds so good!  Have you ever used apple brandy?  I use that frequently for any cut of pork.

  • in reply to: Feta Chicken Salad #575740

    mos
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    recipefresh, this would probably be a great salad to make stuffed tomatoes.  Thanks!

  • in reply to: Baked Sweet and Sour Chicken #575739

    mos
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    Hmmm…I’ve never added ketchup to my sweet and sour sauce…  I may have to try it your way! LOL!

  • in reply to: Garlic Chicken & Taters #575738

    mos
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    recipefresh, that looks pretty darn tasty!

  • in reply to: Sunday Morning Baked Eggs #575737

    mos
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    Absolutely!  Whenever I make something with red cabbage for dinner, I save what I need to make this.  I usually have some sort of tomato on hand as I eat a lot of salads, so feel free to substitute three-four tomatoes wedges (or slices if you prefer) for the cherry tomatoes.  That’ll work just as well.  Growing your own tomatoes (and herbs) — a variety — helps;-)

  • in reply to: Grandma’s Cucumber Salad #575736

    mos
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    Tashdan, I love cucumber salad and make it pretty much like your recipe but not with tomatoes!  …Giggle…  I’ll have to try it Grandma’s way;-D

  • in reply to: Yogurt Blender Pancakes #575601

    mos
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    BobbyPerez, if you have a hand-mixer you could use that…start off at low speed and gradually ease up to high so that you aren’t throwing your ingredients all over you and your counter…giggle..  Then there’s always just beating the dickens out of the ingredients by hand until you have a smooth batter.  I’m lazy so I use my blender to keep everything contained and can pour right from the blender.  Let us know what you do and how it turns out;-D

  • in reply to: Roasted Salmon and Squash #575383

    mos
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    I managed to make another copy…I guess I’m having some compatibility issues with Word Press…sigh…

    Roasted Salmon and Squash
    3 tbs lite balsamic salad dressing

    2 tbs maple syrup

    1 tbs Dijon mustard

    2 tsp chopped fresh rosemary

    3 cups Brussels sprouts, trimmed, cut in half

    2 cups butternut squash cubes, 3/4 inch

    4 skinless salmon fillets, 1 lb

    Heat oven to 400º.

    Mix dressing, syrup, mustard and rosemary until blended.

    Combine vegetables in medium bowl. Add 3 tbs dressing mixture.  Mix lightly. Spread onto foil-covered rimmed baking sheet sprayed with cooking spray.

    Bake 15 to 20 min or until vegetables are crisp-tender. Remove from oven.

    Use spoon to move vegetables to one side of baking sheet. Add fish to other side.  Brush with remaining dressing mixture.

    Bake 15 to 17 min or until vegetables are tender and fish flakes easily with fork.  Serves 4

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