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Easy Cheesy Eggplant

My family LOVES eggplant. As a kid, I turned my nose up at it just because it sounded gross. It really isn’t. You just have to know how to cook it- which I didn’t, until recently. This cheesy eggplant tastes like a mouthful of butter and cheese. Yummm… And I can justify it because eggplant sounds healthy. Wanna’ know how? Good. I took pics… Start with some pretty eggplant. Any color is just fine. Peel…

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Freezer Jalapeno Poppers

OK. So, I took these pictures last summer. I mean, I DO plan on making jalapeno poppers but not just yet. I am supposed to be taking it easy (which is killing me!) Instead I am just gonna’ sit here holding this super cute baby and blog about it. The ingredients… 24 jalapeno peppers12 oz. softened cream cheese2 cups shredded cheddar cheese1/4-1/2 cup crumbled, cooked bacon or bacon bits2 cups milk1 cup flour2 cups bread…

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Raspberry Custard

My kids love to pick wild raspberries! I did get to make one batch of ice cream this year, but for the most part, I am only “allowed” to make raspberry custard. Everyone in this house loves it, except for me. I am picky and I just don’t like seeds. So, based on the recommendations of everyone else in my household, you should give this recipe a try! 🙂   Raspberry Custard   1 1/2…

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A Big Batch of Filling- Freezer Cooking

Now I am going to show you what to do with those leftover crusts from the uncrustables sandwiches…  I save them to make filling!  I get a lot of compliments on my filling and it is so moist!  It is really simple to make, too.  Here is what you need: 6-7 loaves of white bread3-4 medium onions3-4 stalks celery8 sticks margerine I know!  That is a lot, right?  I like to make my filling in…

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Eggplant Parmesan (Freezer Cooking)

One of the best ways to save money (and have better food) is to preserve fresh vegetables when they are in season.  I love to have eggplant already breaded and frozen for a fast, easy meal in the winter.  If you don’t have a garden giving you lots of lovely, purple eggplants you can pick some up for cheap while they are in season at a local farmer’s market.  Out of two very large eggplants,…

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