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About hopen67

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  • Birthday 08/01/1967

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    Mom of 3, SS teacher of 7

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    North Carolina

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    Reading, plastic canvas,

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    Medical sec.
  1. Stuffed pork chops Take 1 boneless pork loin and slice several chops off, making the chops 1 1/2 in. thick. Cook 1 package of wild rice mix. (I use Mahatma) Cook 1 box of stuffing mix, any flavor Slice a pocket into one side of the chops. Pan fry for 2 min on each side. Cook all the chops and set aside to cool. Mix equal parts of stuffing mix and wild rice in a bowl. Push stuffing/rice mixture into pockets of chops. Spray a 8X11 inch bakeing pan with cooking spray. Put the remaining Stuffing/rice mixture in the bottom of the pan. Place chops on top. Cook at 350 for 25 to 24 min. Pour a jar of gravy over the chops for the last 10 min of cooking time Serve with a salad or grilled vegetables and toasted bread
  2. Here is a recipe that I made up recently and my family loved it. 1. Cook one package of wild rice mix. (I use Mahatma) 2 Buy a boneless pork loin, and slice a few chops off, making the chops about 1 1/2 in thick. 3. Turn Chops on the side and slice a pocket in the side of the chop. (Do not slice through the chop.) 4. Place chops in a frying pa
  3. Crock Pot Mom to the rescue!! Crock Pot hashbrown recipie Here is a recipie that I love to make, and it only takes about 2 hours to cook in the crock pot. Also, I have that book, Fix it and Forget it and it is wonderful. Cheesey Hashbrowns. 1 package shredded hashbrowns, (or cubed) 1/2 small onion 1 can chedder cheese soup 1 can cream of chicken soup 1 cup milk salt pepper bacon bits, (opt) Thaw hashbrowns for 30 min (makes it easier to stir in the other ingedents) then mix everything together in the crock pot, and put on med. Stir every so often, serve with pork chops or chicken.
  4. I recently revised a dish that we usually have on Christmas morning. I know that I don't want to stand at the stove makeing Christmas breakfast, while the kids are opeining gifts, so the kids and I make the following dish on Christmas Eve, then all we have to do is pop it in the oven the next morning. The second recipe is the way I revised it, but it cannot be made the night before, but the family liked it better. Both are excellent! Egg ham dish Toast 6 slices of bread and cube them up. Spray a 8x11 inch bakeing dish with cooking spray, then place the bread cubes in the bottom. Take 1 package of sliced deli ham, (I use Carl Budding smoked ham), slice it into bite sized pieces, and place all over bread. Sprinkle shredded cheese, (your favorite kind), over the ham. In a bowl, beat 8 eggs. Add 1 cup milk, salt and pepper. Pour egg mixture over the ham,cheese and bread. Sprinkle more cheese on top. Cover and place in fridge overnight. The next morning, place in oven, and turn oven to 350. The casserole will be done in 25-30 min. #2 Take a frozen package of hashbrowns, thawed. Spray a 8x11 bakeing dish with cooking spray. Press the hash browns onto the bottom and sides of the dish. Cook at 350 until the hashbrowns are starting to brown. Follow the rest of the recipe as above, but this can't be made the night before.

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