Cheesy Squash and Onion Pie — Or Casserole If You Prefer

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Safe Canning: Mediterranean Potatoes

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Safe Canning: Herbed Carrots

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Safe Canning: Ball’s Pot Roast In a Jar Recipe

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Safe Canning: Chili Con Carne With Beans

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My Apologies

I must apologize. I have not posted in many months. If I can figure out this new format, I will begin posting again today.

Thank you.

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Classic Beef Stew

Classic Beef Stew. There may be 1,000 recipes for beef stew, but I have done it this way for 50 years and never been disappointed. Please watch and share. Thanks!

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Senior Nutrition: Fresh Tasting Fried Okra From Frozen

A country vegetable plate is one of my favorite meals, and unless it is summer and I have fresh produce, I rely on my freezer for vegetables. So, the goal is to make them taste like fresh. This is how I do that with okra.

Your ingredients are simply a bag of frozen sliced okra, 12 to 16 ounces
1/4 to 1/2 cup of AP flour plus 1/2 teaspoon salt, or self rising flour with no added salt.
Optional: 3 to 4 tablespoons of either panko crumbs, bread crumbs, cracker meal or corn meal.
OIl for frying, enough to cover a single layer of the cut okra.

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Old Fashioned Tomato Pie

Old Fashioned Tomato Pie. My tomatoes were late this year, but I finally got enough all at once to make a tomato pie. I hope you like it. Please watch and share. Thanks.
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Reduced Carb Red Beans and Rice (Made with Riced Cauliflower)

If you are eating low carb and you are tired of cauliflower, try this.  You won’t recognize the cauliflower in this, but you get all of the benefits.

 

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