It’s A Boy!

This is the faces of new grandparents! My son and his wife just had their first baby and it’s a boy! So needless to say, I didn’t have time to cook and we ate out just before visiting my new grandson! My son said it best, ”He’s perfect!” http://www.InDianesKitchen.com Advertisements

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Soft Pumpkin Cookies

If you love pumpkin and a soft delicious cookie, you will love these Soft Pumpkin Cookies. They are amazing with a cream cheese frosting or a buttercream frosting if you like a sweeter cookie. To view the step by step directions and to print off the recipe card click the link below: https://indianeskitchen.com/2017/10/05/pumpkin-cookies

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Microwave Sliced Potatoes

These are not only delicious but an elegant potato dish to serve to your guests and family. Microwave Sliced Potatoes are fabulous if you fix them the right way. You can create so many different variations just by using different herbs and cheese. The combination in this recipe was so good! Click the link below for step by step directions […]

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Bacon & Ranch Pea Salad

This Creamy Ranch Pea Salad is my favorite way to eat peas. All of the different flavors are a perfect combination. This is wonderful for the holidays because it can be made up ahead of time and refrigerated until just before you are ready to eat. Click the link below for the printable recipe and step by step directions. https://indianeskitchen.com/2017/12/26/creamy-ranch-pea-salad

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Apple Pan Pie

Why make two apple pies when you can make one hearty one in a 9” x 13” pan instead. This tastes just like you’re eating an apple pie only better! I originally posted this recipe last October and I just finished updating it so I thought I would post it again for all of my new followers. This recipe is […]

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Basic White Sauce

Do you remember when your Mom or Grandma made a basic white sauce to put over food like vegetables, chicken, lamb, shrimp, fish, beef, veal or ham. Maybe you even make it yourself now. It is a simple sauce that adds a different taste to food and can be used alone or you can add other ingredients to it like […]

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Regrowing Celery-Part 2

Anyone that has followed my blog this year may remember when I took store bought celery from the grocery store, cut the bottom off and regrew it! Visit my original blog link below, from April – 2018, about how I did this …….it’s fascinating! https://indianeskitchen.com/2018/04/23/regrowing-celery The picture at the top of the blog is the end result of regrowing the […]

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Beef Jerky

  My granddaughter informed me it was time to make Beef Jerky again. This recipe is delicious and my favorite one. Jerky can be made in a dehydrator, like I do, or it can be baked or smoked. Jerky is expensive to buy and inexpensive to make your own, so give it a try! This is what I made this […]

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Over 3,500 Followers

I never thought 1-1/2 years ago I would ever have more than 3,500 people following my blog! I am having so much fun with my blog and I have met some awesome people on line including fellow bloggers! Of course all of my family and friends that follow me too! Thank you to everyone that has liked, commented or even made some of my recipes! If you haven’t checked out my website yet, here is the link: http://www.InDianesKitchen.com

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Composting Works!

http://www.InDianesKitchen.com I have to share with you these two cherry tomatoes that my husband picked from our garden. The cherry tomato on the right is a normal size cherry tomato similar to the size of the store bought cherry tomatoes. The cherry tomato on the left was a volunteer cherry tomato plant (one of many) that came up by itself […]

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Delicious Jalapeño Poppers

  Delicious Jalapeño Poppers for dinner! The jalapeño peppers were fresh from our garden and filled with a great combination of cream cheese and cheddar cheese along with bacon!  Every year I like to make huge batches of Jalapeño Poppers. We eat some hot out of the oven and the rest I refrigerate and we eat them cold as a […]

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Easy Roux

How many times have you passed on a recipe because you needed to make Roux? This post is for all those beginners and experienced cooks that are intimidated or afraid to make a Roux. Now I’m sure the experienced cooks will comment how easy it is to make on the stove, and it is, but this post is for those […]

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Homemade Self-Rising Flour

How many times do you find a recipe that you want to make and it calls for Self-Rising Flour but you don’t have any? I can’t tell you how many times that has happened to me. Don’t skip that recipe, just make your own Self-Rising Flour in just a minute! According to King Arthur Flour, Self-Rising Flour is traditionally made […]

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