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  • Frugal Cabbage Soup from whuebl in Annapolis, MD.
    This came from the Hillbilly Housewife website... hard to get any cheaper than this except maybe stone soup. Was submitted by Stev...
  • Salsa Raita from whuebl in Annapolis, MD.
    Being interested in homemade yogurt and having lots of it available, I tried making a cucumber salsa raita which turned out delici...
  • Flavored Kombucha - Pomegranate-Blueberry from whuebl in Annapolis, MD.
    Kombucha is a recently popular drink in the US but it has existed for thousands of years in other cultures. Here is a recipe to m...
  • Dreaded Leftovers To New Meal from whuebl in Annapolis, MD.
    I run a soup kitchen for my church and found a way of using compatible leftovers to make an entirely new meal. Note that the amou...
  • No Work Spanish Rice from whuebl in Annapolis, MD.
    I made this last night from leftover mild salsa in the fridge and my wife wanting Spanish rice. If you have a rice cooker - and we...
  • Drop Dead Ribs from whuebl in Annapolis, MD.
    Set your crockpot on WARM and start cooking! Note: to be safe, do a temperature check - it should be slightly over 140 F. This ne...
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  • Francesca521 4 years ago about Almost No-knead Bread - Generic By Bill
    It's a good thing that you credited Cooks Illustrated, which is the source for the exact recipe and technique I use to bake olive-rosemary bread on special occasions. I use my husband's Sam Adams lager for that. So we're BOTH very happy that the Goya Malta can be substituted--because I have LOTS of that stuff; using it for other recipes like Peruvian chicken. Thank you. I'll try it now with the Malta and write back soon to say how it all worked.
  • klove34 5 years ago
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  • Leebeeingeorgia 5 years ago about Frugal Cabbage Soup
    Just started to do this the minute I saw I am waiting with anticipation for the results!
  • debholman 5 years ago about Bills Foolproof Crockpot Baised Beef Roast
    I had a roast I needed to cook but not much to put with it. This recipe sounded Great and is in the crockpot now. I used water and chicken stock with the only dry soup mix on hand-onion. I also used 4 strips of bacon as suggested by Catmotherlove; smells great! I will let you know what my hubby thinks tomorrow. Sounds Perfect!
  • chuckieb 5 years ago
    Oh there's an idea. Awesome! Thanks for the twist!
  • shandy 5 years ago
    Thank you for the tip for the New England Clam chowder =)
  • hunnee 6 years ago
    Hi Bill,

    wow my Uncle who gave me that recipe for the bbq sauce was my Uncle Bill, his name is William, I'll be sure to let him know his bbq sauce is a hit on this wonderful site. Thank you again for your kind commen, hope you enjoy it on a T-Bone steak or something like that, Take care Bill.
  • lovebreezy 6 years ago
    Just saw your cooking in foil group. You may want to take a peek at the girl scout recipes group so you can add some of those recipes to your group.
  • lincolntoot 6 years ago
    Hi! On my potato recipe I cut the potatoes in small chunks. Hope ya try it it is delicious!
  • tnacndn 6 years ago
    Love your avatar, really pretty kitty. :o)
  • lexdavies 6 years ago about Quiche Mania - How Tos
    I just love a homemade quiche.
    I use 6 eggs in mine, with extra mature Chedder cheese, lightly fried chopped onions & bacon, & milk.
    Make my own wholewheat, millet cheese pastry, bit tricky to roll out, but worth the effort!
    Given you a high 5! Thanks, will try this twist on mine. I love leeks.
  • notyourmomma 6 years ago
    Thanks for checking out the blackeyed pea cakes...they are delectable and savory enough to be gobbled up. Happy Season's Eating to you.
  • fizzle3nat 6 years ago about Make Hash from Leftover Corned Beef
    My dad is famous at home for turning leftover meats into 'hash'...corned beef, roast beef, smoked sausage, ham, you name it, he's used it - and always with delicious results. Thanks for sharing! ~ Natalie
  • fizzle3nat 6 years ago
    Stumbled on one of your recipes and I can see that I am going to have to check the rest out! I sent a friend request your way. Looking forward to seeing what you've got cooking! ~ Natalie
  • snowcat17 6 years ago
    HI I will Gladly accept your friend request, and love the kitty:)