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  1. Leslie Swintz

    If you like recipes from Rachel Ray, then you need to check out The Pioneer Woman! Her recipes are to die for. Go to Not only is the food amazing but she gives you step by step instructions (with pictures included)!

  2. Arden Greenspan-Goldberg

    For the holidays, the only thing I did this time was to roast some califlower, which came out yummy. It’s quite easy, not much of a challenge for your Pete, but here goes: Take one large head, that’s a big white one, not your husbands, or mine for that matter, and break into flowerlets. Put on slightly greased pan. The mixture which will be brushed on is as follows: Half tsp onion powder, garlic powder, tumeric, paprika with about 8-10 tablespoons of olive oil. Salt to taste in the mixture. Brush the mixture on and than sprinkle some sugar in the raw on all of the flowerlets. Roast for about 20 minutes on each side.
    I put the over up on high. My family likes them a bit burnt.
    The rest of the dinner, catered of course, fool proof!
    Happy Easter to you and the family

  3. Nicole

    Hey, my husband just took up marathon running! I won’t get my hopes up though.

  4. Bobbie Perkins

    If I ever move there will not be a kitchen in that house. So, I won’t have these problems.

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