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  1. Kitchen Basics
    I hope that someone can help. I have a LOAD of sliced onions. What is the best way to preserve them - raw or fried? Thanks.
  2. Drugstore & Grocery Store Deals/Product Reviews
    Time to stock up folks. This time of year ham is on sale like no other time. I'm seeing local prices of $1.59 to $1.99 on spiral sliced hams from different stores and brands. I remove the sliced meat and repackage it in dinner sized servings, and then pack the chunks on the end of the bone to...
  3. Vegetable dishes
    Sliced Dill Cucumbers (Sweden) Recipe DescriptionThis is definitely a great, crisp and delicious summer recipe. They're sweet but sharp and are definitely not pickles. This was my father's mother's family recipe from Sweden. Sliced Dill Cucumbers (Sweden) 3 large cucumbers, peeled...
  4. General Chat
    There is a good deal right now on those individual packages of lunch meat if you buy sliced sandwich cheese. Can these be frozen in the packages? Is the texture the same? TIA!
  5. Kitchen Basics
    Has anyone ever frozen slices of cheese? Does it keep its flavor or get hard and yucky?
  6. Kitchen Basics
    We get a ham for Christmas every year and I always freeze some of the leftovers (for sandwiches, soup, casseroles, etc), but can you freeze a whole ham to have a meal later? Do you just thaw in fridge and then heat up as usual? TIA
  7. Kitchen Basics
    I have been eating sliced tomatoes at every meal since they started getting ripe. Trying to get my fill of them before they play out. I just can't stand the tomatoes in the grocery store--just no taste at all. Anyone else trying to get their fill of tomatoes during the season? Dixie Jean
  8. Quilting
    This is totally awesome for us quilters. Did you know that they now make quilting material 120 inches wide for backing. No more piecing together and no more using sheets if you don't want too. Not only that, but the material can be reversed so that you can use either side. Finally they've...
  9. Kitchen Basics
    Sliced Pork and Baked Bean Casserole 8 slices leftover roast pork, cut 1/4-inch thick 2 tablespoons bacon drippings 1 large yellow onion, minced 1 medium-sized onion, minced 1/4 teaspoon powdered mustard mixed with 1-tablespoon cold water 1 (1-pound 5-ounce) can baked beans in tomato sauce 1...
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