My Latest Recipes 9
  • Chicken Francaise from ddnj2393 in New Milford, CT.
    A great meal to make ahead of time, you can get the sauce made and fry the chicken ahead of time, then just put the whole thing in...
  • Tomatoe Sauce from ddnj2393 in New Milford, CT.
    One of my favorite quote," Some of the greatest recipies on the world, are made without any mesurements." In Accordance...
  • Fried Chicken from ddnj2393 in New Milford, CT.
    A fast and simple yet delicious dish....
  • Grilled Beef Steak from ddnj2393 in New Milford, CT.
    A juicy and delicious grilled steak....
  • Spaghetti Sauce from ddnj2393 in New Milford, CT.
    This dish is almost fool proof. Although It takes around 4 hours to cook it can be left alone for most of that time and it turns o...
  • Easy Uncooked Fudge from ddnj2393 in New Milford, CT.
    A little bit goes a long way with this extreamly sweet chocolate fudge....
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  • twohot 8 months ago
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  • Buffkg 1 year ago about Chicken Francaise
    Can I prepare the chicken and sauce 1-2 days before baking and serving?
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  • MamaPeggy 2 years ago about Fried Chicken
    This looks like a great recipe, but it doesn't say what to fry it in... For crispy every time, no matter what pan you use, I suggest shortening: http://imunchie.com/oliviab/munchies/pan-fried-chicken
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  • doubled 4 years ago about Chicken Alfredo
    This sounds awesome! I love it! Thanks for the great post.
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  • carmenperez 5 years ago about Fried Chicken
    yumzzzy
    ty much
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  • chefelaine 6 years ago about Easy Braised Beef Stew
    FIVE on this roast! Thanks for sharing :+D
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  • blueeyes68ky 6 years ago
    Hello, Thanks for being my cooking friend.
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  • knwalter 6 years ago
    Having troubles finding a real BBQ buddy, huh?? We feel your pain, my friend. My husband takes it one step further and refuses to cook with gas. It's coals all the way or no way!! I, myself, prefer it that way too and I know what you mean, you have to use a good rub and slooooow cook for BBQ to be good!! Anybody can slap some sauce on a piece of meat and throw it on a broiler.....it's just not the same. Nice to meet you and good luck in your pursuit of chefdom!!!
    KW
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  • tamii 6 years ago
    Hi! You have sum yummy sounding recipes to share! I look forward to exchanging cooking ideas and recipes with you! Bon Apetite! (is that how you spell it?) talk to you soon!
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  • juliecake 6 years ago
    Thanks for the buddy invite, it will be fun checking out your recipes! j
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  • pink 6 years ago
    Thanks for the 5 *wink* liked my Oreos!
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  • frankieanne 6 years ago
    Thank you very much for the invite. I was looking at your recipes earlier today.
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  • marisab 6 years ago
    There can never be too much garlic! :)
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  • hollymayb 6 years ago
    Thanks for the invite- let's cook!
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  • magali777 6 years ago
    Hi, I accept your buddy invite gladly, hope we can share good recipes, you look very profetional!
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