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I like to play with my food; try new combinations, etc. We enjoy eating fine Chinese food (not the fast-food type), have discovered German food recently and found it very delicious. Try to keep our meals simple and healthful. "Eat breakfast like a king, lunch like a prince, dinner like a pauper" is great advice we try to follow when possible-- and that may be sooner than I'd like, with the way prices are going up everywhere!!
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Salted Water For Boiling from lunchboxer in Columbia, MO.
November 2001 Issue of Gourmet Magazine posted this...
Evil Chocolate-pb Banana Cake from lunchboxer in Columbia, MO.
With a need to use a load of extra-ripe bananas, the cake practically made itself after I dreamed this up. It's so moist and yumm...
Breakfast Omelet Roll-ups from lunchboxer in Columbia, MO.
Another breakfast to go that worked out great! Didn't have flour tortillas, so I used these marvelous Mission tortillas and it wa...
Potato Puffs (baked Not Fried) from lunchboxer in Columbia, MO.
Another antique recipe, these are not fried. A good way to use up left-over boiled potatoes, or to make for a party....
Potato Snow from lunchboxer in Columbia, MO.
This recipe is from an ancient cookbook, all darkly-aged pages falling out. It is so simple, you might pass it up, but it's big o...
Onion Pudding from lunchboxer in Columbia, MO.
From a magazine, these individual puddings go with a good roast (beef or pork). Use your favorite type of onions....