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Table Of Contents

Chapter One- Breakfast
Rosemary Garlic Potatoes
Mimosas
French Toast
Chapter Two-Brunch
Shrimp Salad
Shrimp Cocktail
Cocktail sauce
Cheese Bread
Grilled Shrimp
Chapter Three-Lunch
Tater skins
Grilled Cheese Sandwich
Chapter Four- Supper
Fresh Salad
Oil for Dipping Bread
Chocolate Covered Strawberries
Chapter Five-Appetizers
Chapter Six-Holidays
All Purpose Dough
Marinara Sauce
Deviled Eggs
Basic Bean Dip
Carrot Cupcakes
Sparkling Punch
Pumpkin Pie
Whipped Topping
Pecan Pie
Garlic Mashed Potatoes
Corn on the Cob
Cheesy Brussel Sprouts
Spiced Cider
Cinnamon Rolls
Icing
Christmas Ham
Becky’s Arroz con gandules (rice with pigeon peas)
Steamed Broccoli
Sweet Potato Patties
Peach Cobbler
Chapter Seven-Additional Quickies
Chicken Soup with rice
French Onion Soup (for 2)
Luis’s Potato Soup (for 1)
Tuna Salad Sandwich
Egg Salad Sandwich
Dad’s Kicking Black Bean Soup
Grandma’s Lumpia Rolls
Spices
Utensils
Closing
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Move Over Martha

Move Over Martha

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I wrote this book to offer to anyone who is looking for another perspective and method of achieving not only terrific cooking but also to living a fuller life. I wanted to share with people I will probably never meet my outlook on life’s choices and some of my favorite recipes. This book is designed for people who are brand new to being on their own, have never cooked before for whatever reason and have to learn now, and are looking for some practical guidance in the mystical arena of food preparation. I have tried to make the art of cooking easy to understand and even easier to master. I have stayed away from using fancy technical terms and overly intricate recipes, and have focused on using language that the average person can easily understand. After all, how many people actually eat all that fancy food on a regular basis? Hamburger, pork chops, and chicken are really and truly what’s on the average person’s grocery list. Not truffles, and caviar or goose liver pate. I mean, really. Dixie Ray — author
I wrote this book to offer to anyone who is looking for another perspective and method of achieving not only terrific cooking but also to living a fuller life. I wanted to share with people I will probably never meet my outlook on life’s choices and some of my favorite recipes. This book is designed for people who are brand new to being on their own, have never cooked before for whatever reason and have to learn now, and are looking for some practical guidance in the mystical arena of food preparation. I have tried to make the art of cooking easy to understand and even easier to master. I have stayed away from using fancy technical terms and overly intricate recipes, and have focused on using language that the average person can easily understand. After all, how many people actually eat all that fancy food on a regular basis? Hamburger, pork chops, and chicken are really and truly what’s on the average person’s grocery list. Not truffles, and caviar or goose liver pate. I mean, really. Dixie Ray — author

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