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Italian Salad Croutons

Reviewed: Mar. 18, 2009
All reviews are "true" I use all old bread this way. I sort the bred, (sometimes) by type but it is my basic recipe for breadcurmbs... I am making a game of 'cheap' me it is only expensive if it is WAISTED..!! I like variety so I buy lots of bread(s). It is either this or bread there is something to make but I eat too much of that to keep in the house! Sometimes I slice a specialty bread, and serve like a cracker, or large croutons in a basket, like breadsticks.
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Bread Pudding with Whiskey Sauce III

Reviewed: Feb. 20, 2009
An excellent base..remember bread pudding was to use old bread, exta eggs,milk & cream, fruit, and the brandy to tempt the hubby! Very the cooking time and temp to compliment moisture milk/egg ratio..I like to remember to do mine in a water bath..but then sometimes I really like the crust..Think of this as a "light" fruitcake..Mine changes all the time..BTW the sauce is excellent on a cake..In Spain they have a whiskey cake..great, they pour the sause on the cake, and let it so it's not too mushy. Frankly any favorit cake frosting, dust w/powdered sugar.
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Baked French Fries I

Reviewed: Jan. 22, 2009
Try the Reynolds no stick foil...makes turning possible. I have been doing something like this for years. Try olive oil spray, I cut potatoes, rinse in cold water, dry with CLOTH. 'Dump' in bag, add seasonings, mix. Spray foil..yup no stick I spray too, spray potatoes, toss at 1/2 way point, I use tongs. spray again,,sometimes add seasoning salt at this with it. It's worth the choices.. I make sliced potatoes the same way/at the same time they take less time to cut!! these I either serve, or store for 2-4 days, & use later..Less time in oven then or fry in butter..
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Buddy's and Bubba's Homemade Dog Food

Reviewed: Dec. 29, 2008
A very good base..and ratio of veggies, carbs and meat... Rachel Ray had a similar one...she gave me the idea of 1 bunch parsley, chopped, added at the end not cooked... My dog has cancer and I need to restrict carbs. I use lots of greens. My vet had me use pumpkin. But what I want to share is that it needs calcium and the vet said to give him 2 Tums. Heck with that.... I put it in a pressure cooker, the bones dissolved, no kidding. I add liver, at the end and change veggies as I find them. I will never use store dog food again...
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