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Cyndi

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active 7 years ago



  • I’m so glad you like this one. It’s “my” recipe and I have to have it on hand. In our group that cans this is the one that I have to make and take. We all have our special one to take – I always have to take this one – even though our whole […]

  • No, I don’t use any pears it was a mistype – should say peaches…I’ll see if I can edit it. I”m sorry for the confusion!

    This is my favorite jam recipe ever! and it’s really good on toast, pancakes, and I even add some when I’m making a cobbler for the flavor….

  • Cyndi started the forum topic Menu Plans; week of 4/25 in the group Menu Planners: 7 years, 11 months ago

    I’m a bit off my game the last couple of weeks due to general craziness in the schedule, but this week I’ve got to settle back in and focus…We are going to do a pretty intense protein week. I’ve had some BAD sugar cravings lately, so for the next 6 days (mon – sat) we […]

  • Cyndi posted on the forum topic This Week's Menu in the group Menu Planners: 7 years, 11 months ago

    I have this week (4/3/11) figured out: Breakfasts – a variety of yogurt (homemade) and muffins Lunch – leftovers from the night before. Today – Hamburgers on the grill / mac and cheese Monday – Chili and Lime Pork / green beans Tuesday (Scouts) – Turkey and noodles/ mashed potatoes Wednesday – Spaghetti Thursday (band […]

  • Cyndi commented on the post, Menu Planning 7 years, 12 months ago

    30 day cooking or Once a month cooking is where I spend a weekend putting together 30 days worth of meals. I figure one go out night (that’s the prep night before cooking) and every Friday is leftover night. So on average I plan and cook 25 meals in the course of about 2 days. […]

  • Cyndi commented on the post, Menu Planning 7 years, 12 months ago

    Cindy P and Kelly B – to start you have to figure out how far in advance you want to plan. When I first started I did 30 day cooking so it was automatically 30 days so I knew what to cook that weekend. But after doing this for almost 12 years (I only know […]

  • 1. Chop peaches into very, very small pieces (using the food chopper). As you complete a cup add it to a preserving mix to prevent browning. 2. In a large deep kettle, combine the peaches with the lemon juice and 2 cups of the sugar; cover and let stand for 1 hour. 3. Fill a […]

  • Add all ingredients to an ice cream freezer and mix according to the freezer instructions until frozen. You can add the strawberries while mixing for tiny bits or after for larger chunks, totally up to you.

    This is the BEST strawberry ice cream I have ever had.

  • I left my all time favorite strawberry ice cream recipe. Oh, I’m telling you when I was a kid, this treat could get me to do anything my parents watned me to. I’d love to win the cast iron dutch oven…I’m now convinced that my CI skillet is the only item I need to cook […]

  • Place the Rump Roast in a crock pot. Add the Montreal Steak seasoning, chopped onions, and beef consomme. Cook on high about 6 hours. It will be fork tender. Chop it all up. Serve on bread roll with mozzarella cheese. You can dunk it in the extra sauce.

  • I submitted a recipe for French Dip Sandwiches…a hit with my family and any group that I take them too…I wouldn’t use the red bowl for those, but I have several other things I can see it being used for. Thanks for the chance.

  • Preheat oven to 375 degrees. Mix white sugar, 3 tablespoons flour, strawberries, and rhubarb. Place the mixture in a 9×13 inch baking dish. Mix 1 1/2 cups flour, brown sugar, butter and oats until crumbly. Crumble on top of the rhubarb and strawberry mixture. Bake 45 minutes in the preheated oven, or until crisp and […]

  • My fingers are crossed. I’m putting together my recipe box this weekend…I have several hours dedicated to getting that done…and then I have to start cooking all of them….

  • I’m just learning to make pies and breads…I think this would be handy…I’d love a chance to win….and I really like the Farm Bell – and your site – it’s my favorite place to be during the day.

  • Pick out a pot that won’t stain. Hibiscus has the potential to stain just about anything it comes in contact with. Bring 4 cups of water to a boil. Remove water from heat and add the dried flowers and sugar. Place a lid over the pot and steep for 10 minutes, stirring once or twice […]

  • And I posted my other favorite summer drink – Jamicia tea. Those bowls are awesome.

  • 1. Pour the rice and water into the bowl of a blender; blend until the rice just begins to break up, about 1 minute. Let rice and water stand at room temperature for a minimum of 3 hours. 2. Strain the rice water into a pitcher and discard the rice. Stir the milk, vanilla, cinnamon, […]

  • I posted a recipe for one of my favorite drinks – Horchata.

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