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Since we all love to quilt and quilting time is so valuable, I thought it would be nice to share quick and easy recipies that are tried and true. Less time in the kitchen means more time in the sewing room. Prerequisite: quick, easy and YUMMY!

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Let's Help Each Other

If you're like me you need help around the house to make more time to quilt. One of my most dreaded chores is to come up with something for dinner. I hear this a lot when I'm with my friends so I know it's not just me. In this group we want to help each other to create more time to quilt so, the prerequisite will be quick and easy, tried and true recipies. You need to rememeber, Martha Stewart doesn't live here. I like some of the things she does, but let's be serious, her recipies are CRAZY. Lots of ingredients and 74 steps. We want EASY, QUICK but most of all YUMMY. Just imagine how happy the family will be after getting a good meal. I know when I feed my hubby a great meal I don't have any guilty feelings about spending several hours quilting, and he kinda leaves me alone. Now that's really the treat. Sooo......let's get started.
If we would all click on "start discussion" and copy/paste your recipe there, we will have them all in the same place and won't have to scroll thru tons of posts to find them.

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Crock Pot Chicken Stroganoff

Started by Sandra Commins Jun 7, 2013. 0 Replies

Pie really....for dinner...

Started by kingskidaz. Last reply by Katie Mlnarik Oct 5, 2011. 2 Replies

Lemon Meringue Bars

Started by Katie Mlnarik. Last reply by kingskidaz Oct 4, 2011. 1 Reply

Peach/or Applesauce Coffeecake

Started by Katie Mlnarik. Last reply by kingskidaz Oct 4, 2011. 1 Reply

DESSERTS - COOKIES-CAKES-BROWNIES- ETC

Started by Debbie Snyder/WA. Last reply by Barbara A. Brooks Jul 24, 2011. 22 Replies

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Comment by Suzanne L/WA on May 29, 2011 at 10:27am

Hi everyone - my sister said this was a fun site to read, even if you don't try the recipes.  She told me about a 5-minute chocolate cake-in-a-cup?  Has anyone tried that?  And has anyone tried a different flavor, other than chocolate?  I'm looking forward to trying recipes - quilters always have the best food at potlucks and sew-ins!  

ps - I already copied Aida's recipe for peanut butter balls.  They sound like something a friend's Mom used to make when I was much younger.

Comment by B E Smith on April 19, 2011 at 12:03am
Does anyone have recipe for Perfection Salad - lemon jello, cabbage, onions, celery etc?
Comment by Debbie Snyder/WA on March 31, 2011 at 7:13am
Marlene:  Welcome.  You should find all kinds of recipes already.  Click on "view all" and many are in catagories.  I've fixed a lot of them and they are YUMMY.  Take a minute to go thru them...you'll be surprised.
Comment by Marlene Duffy on March 30, 2011 at 7:00am

This is my kind of group !!! I,m always trying to decide what to have for supper or what to bake for sweets that is different . I.m looking foward to sharing recipes with  everyone

Hugs

Marlene

Fredericton  NB

Canada

Comment by AidaCJ/NH on December 26, 2010 at 3:59pm

Here is the Peanut Butter Ball recipe which I got from my MIL - it was in her cookbook over 40 years old!

1 lb confectioners sugar, 1 jar crunchy peanut butter (18-26 oz), 1 stick butter softened, 1 package semi-sweet chocolate chips. In a large bowl mix the sugar, peanut butter and butter until well blended together by hand (yes, use your hands - specially the grandkids').  Chill the mixture in the refrigerator for about an hour, then take a spoonful and form into balls.  Return balls to refrigerator to chill some more.  Meanwhile, melt chocolate chips in a double boiler.  Dip peanut butter ball half-way, then place on a wax paper or foil. Return the coated peanut butter balls in the refrigerator, serve when chocolate has hardened.

To make it less messy, I put the coated peanut butter balls in small candy paper cups.

Comment by Debbie Snyder/WA on December 12, 2010 at 5:27pm

Yummmm......One of my families favorite dishes.  Will give it a a try for sure.  Thanks Pam. 

Comment by Pam/NY on December 12, 2010 at 3:05pm

Okay ladies, I'm going to give you my scalloped Potato recipe that will have them begging for more...

5lbs. red potato peeled and thinly sliced

4 tbs. butter

1/4 cup flour

1 tsp parsley flakes

1 tsp salt

 1/2 tsp dried thyme

1/4 pepper

3 cups whole or 2% milk

1 1/2 cups chopped ham

1 small onion chopped

Grease 2 1/2 qt- 3qt.baking dish

In sauce pan melt butter stir in flour and dried spices until smooth

Gradually add milk and bring to boil stir for two minutes to thicken

Combine half potatoes and onion and ham

Pour half mixture over layer the rest and pour remaining over.

Cover bake at 350 for 70 min. bake uncovered another 15minutes or until taters are tender!

Comment by Connie/KS on December 12, 2010 at 9:37am

Jennifer Evans put a recipe on the main page back on Nov. 27 for a Ham & Swiss casserole that is delicious. Tried it last night and it is really good. Check it out!

Comment by Debbie Leier on December 11, 2010 at 8:36pm

Does anyone have any good recipes for treats for Christmas for diabetics?

Comment by Linda Richards/N. Ontario on August 9, 2010 at 8:17pm
Pam, where is that recipe for your famous hot sauce. Need to try that one. Will it go with chicken wings?
 

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