Group active since Sun, Oct 23, 2011
I called this group "Hamburg" Lovers because I consider hamburg a ground meat to make many meals with and "hamburger" something you put on a bun. If you have a pound or two of hamburg in the freezer, well we are all set for dinner! Most versatile meat of all time, right? Enjoy and share all your favorites in one place !!!
Oct 9, 2016
Feb 11, 2016
you can freeze fudge? Haha I know it is a strange question, but my daughter's friend heard I was making my choc. fudge and she said " oh can I have some ? Well I won't be seeing her for two weeks, so I wondered if I could freeze some of the fudge? haha have no idea ~
Jan 21, 2016
Could put all the ingredients together and put in fridge when you get home from work, the next morning before you go to work throw it all in a slow cooker, easy supper made, cook a grilled cheese with viola done!!!!
Nov 27, 2015
Oct 27, 2015
* A tablespoon of butter or oil added to the cooking water for pasta will keep the water from boiling over
* All vegetables that grow above the ground should be put on to cook in rapidly boiling water
* All vegetables that grow below the ground should be put on to cook in cold water *
* The addition of parsley in a recipe containing garlic will offset the aftertaste and odor.
*Ginger will accomplish the same thing in Oriental recipes.
*Whipped butter is more attractive, easier to spread, and one tends to use less. !
(although whipped butter is more expensive at the market, you can whip your own with your electric mixer and enjoy the difference without the expense.)
*Relishes were the colonial substitute for salads. To "eat with relish" as the saying goes, is to enjoy indeed, and Americans are the greatest users of relish in the world.
Sep 13, 2015
May 29, 2015
May 29, 2015