Easy and Fun Recipes

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AuthorHouse, Oct 1, 2011 - Cooking - 120 pages
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The most important suggestion I could share with all the food lovers and cooks, is to read the recipe well. bake with a clear mind no other irons in the fire no distractions should come in to play. Have all the necessary tools needed to work with when you cook.
Don't be afraid to add a little of this and a little of that to any book recipe. make it your own. Enjoy the compliments of all the ranting and raving you will get when someone eat one of your magnificent dishes. When you cook or baked take time out to share ideas. Be proud of yourself when you add extra spices to recipes and it taste great. Keep a log when cook of any modifications you create when you make the recipe your own. Become a master of all the dishes prepare by you.
The joy of cooking is when you can make an inexpensive meal taste as good as an expensive meal. Let your cooking stand the test of time by putting magic into the art of cooking. Appreciate food; food will never let you down.
I hope you and your family and friends will enjoy these recipes I have prepared to share with you.
 

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Contents

Introduction
1
Tea Cake Cookies
7
Ginger Bread Cookies
13
Oat Meal Cookies
19
Cake Icing
25
Yellow Cake Icingpart 1 of 3
32
Sweet Potato Pie
39
Award Winning Pot Roast
45
Corn Bread
60
Smothered Meat Ball
66
Chicken Fried Rice
73
Meat Loaf
81
Award Winning Three Cheese Lasagna
89
Potato Salad
95
Beef Stew
101
Corn Beef and Cabbage
107

Chili and Nacho
54

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First I want to start by saying I wish all of you a positive experience, trying these recipes that I enjoyed as a child and into my adulthood. My, interest in cooking and the joy of working with foods began as a child. Watching my parents cook and having my parents tell stories about their childhood, reminded me of some of the old retrospective movies I would watch on television. The art of cooking food has no boundaries. I was lucky I felt belonging to parents that were raised by parents with so many similarities. Grandma and grandpa on my dad's side owned a café and had a small farm. On my mother's side my grandparents owned acres of land that they farmed and grew fruits and vegetables and nuts. After harvesting, my grandfather would sell to meat markets and grocery stores. On both sides my grandparents owned cattle that was prepared and packaged for selling. You name it eggs, butter and milk, anything eatable. Dinner was always an enjoyable time. I feel this is one of the reasons why I was inspired to love cooking. I recall the first cook book written by me and the joy it brought. Knowing that my cook book would allow others to sample recipes I grew up eating and never stopped loving and will always enjoy. I decided to release this latest cook book for all to be enjoyed once more. Happy cooking to all of you

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