Spam Fried Rice

Making your own Fried Rice is not just easy but delicious. You can use ham, shrimp or whatever is your favorite meat if you don’t have Spam. Are you making rice for a meal? Make extra and put it in the refrigerator, like I did, to make this Spam Fried Rice even easier for your next meal. I used the […]

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Italian Pasta Salad

I made this Italian Pasta Salad in remembrance of my late Aunt Lynda. For my birthday, in 2019, she paid for my cousin and me to attend a class with her to learn how to make Homemade Cheese Ravioli. The class was at a store in which I also purchased some items, one of them being this Italian Pasta. I […]

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Roasted Balsamic Baby Bella Mushrooms

I was gifted these Baby Bella Mushrooms so I thought I would cook them a different way, in the oven! This was my first time cooking mushrooms in the oven and I was very pleased with the results. I tossed the mushrooms in balsamic vinegar, soy sauce, garlic and red pepper flakes (optional) then I baked them. I took the […]

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Wild Puffball Mushroom

I am so excited, once again I have found a Wild Giant Puffball Mushroom in the wooded area of our yard. This is the strangest looking thing to come across if you don’t know what it is. Wild Giant Puffball Mushrooms are one of the best mushrooms I have ever tasted. Although they look totally different from the ones you […]

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Fried Green Tomatoes

Fried Green Tomatoes are a southern way to use leftover tomatoes from your garden that didn’t ripen. Soak, bread and fry the tomatoes for a delicious side dish for dinner or a snack. To see the step by step directions with pictures and a printable recipe card click HERE. http://www.InDianesKitchen.com

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Dried Pumpkin Seed Flower

With Halloween fast approaching it will be time to carve those pumpkins with the kids. Many of you may save the pumpkin seeds to roast and eat but why not save some to make this Dried Pumpkin Seed Flower. It only requires a few ingredients which you probably already have at home. To roast the seeds remove them from the […]

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Freezing Jalapeño Peppers

My husband cleaned out the garden for the season and came in with 37 jalapeño pepper’s. It was another fabulous year with the garden giving us plenty to eat but I couldn’t eat anymore jalapeno peppers! I was chatting with Dorothy at http://www.vintagekitchen.org about all these peppers I had. She told me that she freezes her extra jalapeño peppers. Thank […]

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Microwaved Or Baked Potato Nachos

If you love potatoes and nachos then you need to try this recipe. Along with the potatoes are all your favorite nacho toppings like onion, bacon, jalapeño peppers, cheese, seasonings and topped with sour cream, optional. I made this in the microwave and it was cooked in 15 minutes or you can bake it in the oven in about 50-60 […]

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Ritz Meatloaf

This is not your typical meatloaf as this one is made with Ritz Crackers and cheese then topped off with a simple sauce. This is a moist meatloaf and it was a nice change from the regular meatloaf that I always make, it even got the hubby’s approval. Whisk the egg with a fork. Add the milk and whisk to […]

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