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  1. Love your recipes. Really love your branding. Boudin sausage and Mexican street corn smashed potato salad high on my “to do list”.

  2. I just joined. Looking forward to your recipes. We like down home cooking, not fancy. So far I like what I’m seeing.
    I would rather get 1 or 2 emails a week, rather than everyday. Thanks Kate

    1. Hi Kate – you control the email preferences when you sign up, so if you do not want daily emails you can opt out of that. (but you will need to do it)

    1. I am interested in your recipes but because I am just cooking for myself I would like recipes for one or two, I can usually half most and they work so dinners for four will work also

      1. I like to make the whole recipe and let it cool, divide into meal portions and freeze. If you do that everytime, with each meal you cook, or most, soon you’ll have a stockpile of pretty much ready to go meals for busy or lazy days. You can freeze almost anything. I bought some Pyrex, or any oven safe will do. I put my food in it, wrap it in plastic wrap and put lid on. That way I can reheat it in the oven, which is my preference. You can get the 3 compartment plastic with lids and microwave those.

  3. Love your recipes and I make lemon chicken pasta every 2 weeks without failil by popular damand.
    Being in the UK I need to choose recipes that use ingredients I can easily source and do not contain the dreaded vinegar- this is a definite no no in our house.
    Thank you for your inspiration.

  4. Hi Amanda,
    I would like you to know that I did make the Easy Hamburger Rice Casserole last night for my wife and I and she is very fussy when it comes to food but she shore did Love this. The last ten min. in the oven I did put a little shredded three cheese blend on it and it was unbelievable we both just Love it so much we had it for two nights
    Thank you so muck
    Kirk Mercier

    1. I like to make the whole recipe and let it cool, divide into meal portions and freeze. If you do that everytime, with each meal you cook, or most, soon you’ll have a stockpile of pretty much ready to go meals for busy or lazy days. You can freeze almost anything. I bought some Pyrex, or any oven safe will do. I put my food in it, wrap it in plastic wrap and put lid on. That way I can reheat it in the oven, which is my preference. You can get the 3 compartment plastic with lids and microwave those.

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