My Latest Recipes 7
  • Meatloaf with Bulgur from lindacm in Montreal, CA.
    A hearty meatloaf with the addition of bulgur and veggies. Add some mashed potatoes or butternut squash, a side of snow peas or b...
  • Frugalest Soup Stock from lindacm in Montreal, CA.
    Never buy a box of soup broth again! This is a great way to use up your leftovers. This is also great for OAMC (once-a-month coo...
  • Fruitcake Cookies from lindacm in Montreal, CA.
    Bite-sized fruitcake! These are moist cookies and keep very well....
  • Greek Beef Bourekia Meat Pies from lindacm in Montreal, CA.
    These little meat pies are great to serve as part of a "meze" or "tapas". Cinnamon in beef dishes are typical in Greek cuisine....
  • Good-for-You Banana Bread from lindacm in Montreal, CA.
    This version is more dense than regular banana breads. Toast the slices and spread a little peanut butter, jam or cream cheese on...
  • Bread for the Soul from lindacm in Montreal, CA.
    This is a heavy-textured bread that is very forgiving and freezes great! WARNING: This recipe makes a lot! I make 2 loaves for e...
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  • hollz 3 years ago about Crispy Roasted Potatoes
    sounds fucking minging!
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  • annieamie 4 years ago about Fruitcake Cookies
    I've never made these but will be trying out your recipe this year! This sounds like a very good recipe and thank you so much for posting it here!
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  • kevers 6 years ago about Greek Beef Bourekia Meat Pies
    This recipe is delicious !! Wonderful flavor

    Thanks
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  • greekgirrrl 6 years ago
    Hi Greek! Come on over and visit me!
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  • pleclare 6 years ago
    Thanks! Last year's. This years tree goes up today!
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  • haolewife 6 years ago
    Thanks for being my cooking friend! Amazing how memorable Hawaii is... I can't wait until we can go back!
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  • pleclare 6 years ago
    Thanks for being my buddy!
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  • cookingforfun 6 years ago
    Thanks.
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  • deedeec 6 years ago about Frugalest Soup Stock
    I do the same thing with my vegitable "bits" and herbs. I throw it all in the freezer in zipper bags... celery tops and bottoms, onion tops and bottoms, carrot peels and tops and bottoms, herbs that I can't use up (but before they go bad) thyme, parsley, cilantro, rosemary, sage...
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  • ivy 6 years ago about Frugalest Soup Stock
    Sounds very interesting.
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  • kilby 6 years ago
    Thank you for joining the Frugal Pantry Cookers Group. We look forward to your ideas and conversation. Kilby
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  • kilby 6 years ago
    Hi Linda,
    I am glad you accepted the invitation. One of my best friends if from Canada. She is very homesick! Maybe you could suggest something completely Canadian that I could suprise her with.
    Kilby
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  • kilby 6 years ago
    Hi, I just stopped by to see if you would like to visit me sometime over at the group called Frugal Pantry Cooker. You will find great ideas for cooking simple, frugal, tasty meals. I would love to get some of your ideas for substitutions in recipes. With your knowledge of food, I bet you will be invaluable! Kilby
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  • mumtazcatering 6 years ago
    hi linda thanks for your yummy banana bread recipe will be trying it soon
    warmest regards
    mumtaz
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  • sunny 6 years ago
    Hello - Thanks for being my cooking buddy and welcome. I look forward to trying some of your recipes
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