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  • Jambalaya-so Easy from stacyann in Ridgeland, MS.
    This recipe is great for upcoming tailgate season. Please season up or down according to your taste. This recipe as written is m...
  • Poppy Seed Chicken Casserole from stacyann in Ridgeland, MS.
    This is my favorite thing to make for my family. They love it. The kids enjoy helping make this too. I think you will love this...
  • Spinach and Artichoke Casserole from stacyann in Ridgeland, MS.
    Wonderful side dish to steak. This is the first dish I ever cooked for my husband. He cooked the steak. ...
  • Secret Chocolate Strawberry Pie from stacyann in Ridgeland, MS.
    This pie is like chocolate covered strawberries, but I think a little better. The prep and cook time are approximates. ...
  • Champagne Shrimp and Pasta from stacyann in Ridgeland, MS.
    Wonderful for company. I welcome any and all variations and suggestions. ...
  • Big Nanas Egg Noodles from stacyann in Ridgeland, MS.
    This recipe has been passed down for I don't know how long ago. My Big Nana's grandmother made them and she came to the US from I...
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  • bostyn 5 years ago about Jambalaya-so Easy
  • frantic 5 years ago about Champagne Shrimp and Pasta
    I don't have any cream at the minute, I have all the rest of the ingredients, but will use some vanilla yoghurt instead as I have that on hand. It should work out well, a little more savoury, but the champagne will take care of that. Thanks!
  • toml 6 years ago about Champagne Shrimp and Pasta
  • mjcmcook 6 years ago about Poppy Seed Chicken Casserole
    "5"FORK!!!!! for this
    lovely recipe!
  • xerxes 6 years ago about Spinach and Artichoke Casserole
    Wow, what a work of art. You've combined lots of great ingredients here, including my two favourite veg's, spinach and artichoke. High five, and thanks for the friend invite! It's cool knowing you. Robert
  • trigger 6 years ago
    I would love to be your cooking friend and share recipes with you.
  • mjcmcook 6 years ago
    ~Hello Stacyann~
    I want to Wish 'You and Yours'
    A Very~~~~MERRY CHRISTMAS~~~~~
    and a ~~~Bright New Year~~~
  • fungoir 7 years ago
    I agree with your theory on measurements, I never measure my spices, that way you always suprise yourself when you cook a meal, no two meals taste the same
  • 22566 7 years ago
    I appreciate you viewing the recipe and commenting.

    Wishing you a good day.

    kind Regards
  • jimrug1 7 years ago
    Hi Stacyann, It would be an honor to be your cooking bud. Thank you very much for the invite. You have some great recipes. I think we cook alike. I learned how to cook from my grandmother and I don't think that woman knew what a measuring cup looked like.... ;-)~ I am looking forward to exchanging recipes/ideas with you. Thanks again .... Jim
  • morninlite 7 years ago
    Thanks for the 5 and nice comment on the pfeffernuesses. Have a great weekend.
  • pleclare 7 years ago
    Thanks for the comment on the cocktail. It is yummy!
  • tinam 7 years ago
    Hi Stacey,
    Put your Jimbalaya Recipe on here so we can all enjoy it!! I'll try that along with the Gumbo, maybe we'll have a smorgasborg of comfort food! Ciao!
  • tinam 7 years ago
    The Dad's Chocolate Surprize is great for First Thing on Father's Day!! What a treat! Enjoy! Love yours - all of them so far!
  • lunasea 7 years ago
    Hi Stacyann hon - hope you're having a great day! Thanks so much for the great comments and rating on my Guinness Battered Onion Rings. I appreciate it - and I am so glad you liked them, too. That beer batter (be it Bud or Guinness) is the ticket, I think.