Jimmy Deans makes a really good turkey sausage that is pre cooked so i used those. I can't tell them from real sausage. Next time only different thing I will do is add veggies ie..mushrooms, green pepper. I did add onion this time.
I did make the Louisa Chicken Rice Casserole, and it was delicious. Talk about easy to make. We had orange flavored Fruit Gelatin Cups for dessert.
Yesterday I fixed Hawaiian JO's for dinner. This is a tasty variation of a Sloppy Joe. It calls for it to be served over a small, low calorie hamburger bun. I can't find them anymore. I like to serve JoAnna's Sloppy Joe's over a low-cal vegatable like green beans. I have some bananas that are getting pretty ripe so I made Mountain Dew Salad again. As always, it's a big hit at my house.
Hi, Amie. The newsletter to which we are referring is the January 2008 Healthy Exchanges newsletter. You can order the newsletter on a yearly basis from HE. The phone number is 1-800-766-8961. It's $25.00 a year and full of great recipes.
Hi everyone, I just got back from PA, visited my son and grandchildren for the Holiday. Sure am glad to be back in FL though. Enjoyed everyone and the Christmas excitment with little ones, Concerts, Cookies, Sleding but looking forward to my Jan newsletter recipes and mellowing out in the SUN! Had Beef Barley Soup tonight with the Tapioca Pudding. My husband raved about the Pudding so will become one of the repeat recipes.
Trust ourselves but in God, we must TRUST! It is like putting a lift in your shoe.
I, too, just received the Jan NL. It's a cold, damp, gray day here in Michigan and the soup recipes really sound good. The Beef Barley Soup pg 1 sounds delicious, and you get 2 cups of it on top of it. Yum yum!
The Layered Cheese Ground Meat Cassserole, pg 6, is going on my "Must Try" list.
The January 2008 NL has six recipes I’m planning on trying. They are as follows:
Tapioca Pudding, p. 3 Danish Baked Beans, p. 4 Louisa Chicken Rice Casserole, p. 4 Saucy Pork Cutlets, p. 6 German Green Beans and Potatoes, p. 7 Cheese Garlic Biscuits, p. 11
It is cold outside here in Oregon; and it’s rainy, of course. We really enjoy the warmth and tastiness of chili. I have posted an HE recipe for Zach’s Chili Classic. It is quick and easy and made in the microwave. Yum!
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