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Posted: 11/02/2007 2:11:48 PM
I just joined - heard about it from a friend. I've got 2 boys - 4 and 5 - and they keep me busy. I need something to make them besides Mac & cheese! I don't have much time, but when I do, I'd like to try some "real cooking". I'm saving some recipes in my recipe box for when that day comes.
Posted: 09/21/2011 02:59:21 AM
My mother is a patient of Diabetes. Diabetes is a lifelong (chronic) disease in which there are high levels of sugar in the blood. she is suffering from this disease for the last 20 years. This is a lifelong disease and doctors prescribe Insulin as the last drug for it.
Posted: 09/16/2011 07:00:37 AM
Hi Kelly! Welcome to RecipeTips.com. We are happy to have you join our group and we hope you will enjoy the site. We have a lot of delicious recipes and a lot of cooking and food information that can be helpful to you in the kitchen everyday. Again, welcome to the site!
Posted: 09/16/2011 02:02:12 AM
I''m newbie here. Happy to be members of the forum.
I hope we will have great time here. and I''ll try to contribute to forum develop more.
I''m positively looking forward to the forum and its members,
hope all will guide, share and help me to increase my knowledge. Nice to meet you..
Posted: 06/21/2011 09:24:05 AM
Welcome! Hope you enjoy the site. We have many great recipes that will be great for the kids. A great place to start searching is in our recipe collections. Just go up to the "Recipes" tab at the top of the screen and click on "Recipe Collections" at the bottom of the pop-up screen. You will get a listing of all our collections. Don''t forget to checkout out our Tips & Advice section also. It contains a lot of useful information for the everyday cook. Again, welcome!
Posted: 10/20/2009 5:49:53 PM
Hi Kelly, I am new here also. My kids are grown and gone, so I want to get some new recipes. They were pretty boring eaters. LOL
I do have a question for someone. When storing home made broccoli/chedder soup what is the best way to preserve the taste
Posted: 11/03/2007 3:03:27 PM
Hi Kelly! Welcome!! This place looks pretty good so far!!
Posted: 11/03/2007 07:58:37 AM
If you go to the 1Hour to cook & eat post and read the response that I wrote there it may be beneficial to you also. Happy cooking!
Hi, I would like to know where I am able to purchase coffee crisp bars?
activity on 05/25/2017 5:31:11 PM
Can you please let me know what you think the best make of kitchen knife is.
The recipe calls for 1 cup of water. It says to add the poppy seeds to the water, then add the water to the mixture, then drain the poppy seeds.
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If/how can i share a recipe?
Any ideas for low sodium options?
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Do you add the sauce to the layer while the sauce is still hot?
activity on 02/11/2017 11:20:07 AM
in the recipe it says to roast chicken for 2 hours. i am assuming you only have 5 pound bird. i have...
Can you add a time frame on cooking time please.
anyone have guidance on what sixe? I'd guess more the better
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