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Sensational Spring Potato Salad

Started by Jayne Brown in Kitchen & Food Talk, Recipe Swap, Hosts & Personalities 1397576388.687

My mother makes the best potato salad!  It is a simple recipe, potatoes, celery, seasoned salt, Hellmann’s mayo and lots of LOVE.  I have watched her make it for years and still have not been able to get the same flavor.  I decided that instead of trying to do what she does, I should add my own FLAVOR to this classic dish.  I think it turned out really well. Here’s the recipe, let me know what you think.   Sensational Spring Potato Salad Ingredients: 1 lb. cooked potatoes, peeled, cubed to bite sizes pieces 1 cup chopped celery ¼ cup chopped r... Continue Reading

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Craisin Chicken Salad

Last Reply by dbeasle 1397151013.497 | Started by Jayne Brown in Kitchen & Food Talk, Recipe Swap, Hosts & Personalities

I am very excited to share with you this week’s Sensational Spring Salad recipe.  Eileen Reimer and her daughter made this yummy salad and they so kindly offered to share the recipe with me so that I may share it with you!  I am making it this weekend!  YUM!!!!  Thank you Eileen! Craisin Chicken Salad   Ingredients: 1 cooked rotisserie chicken 3-4 diced stalks of celery 1-2 cups of craisins ( more or less depending on your taste) 1-2 TBSPS of tarragon leaves Mayo to taste Directions: Cut chicken into cubes or thin strips. Add the remaining ingred... Continue Reading

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Sensational Spring Salad

Last Reply by Herself 1396589115.493 | Started by Jayne Brown in Kitchen & Food Talk, Recipe Swap, Hosts & Personalities

We have a really nice restaurant in our neighborhood that is only open for breakfast and lunch.  My family loves going there for breakfast but our favorite dish is their chicken salad.  I don't know what it is that makes it soooo good but we just can't get enough of it!  I think part of their secret is to keep it simple. Chelsea and I were trying to think of something for dinner last night and decided we wanted Meghan's chicken salad.  Of course they close at 2:00pm so that was not gonna happen.  We decided to make it ourselves.  We were pleasantly surprise at h... Continue Reading

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Shout Out to My Friends in Boston!

Last Reply by Bonnieshores 1396902909.743 | Started by Jayne Brown in Sports, Hosts & Personalities, Among Friends

Shout out to my friends in Boston!!  What a great city!!  James, Lauren, Chelsea and my sister Cathy and I visited Boston this past weekend for the Navy vs. Boston University lacrosse game.   I have only been to Boston once to visit the Clarks offices.  It was a quick trip with no time for sightseeing.  I have only heard wonderful things about the city and the people of Boston and that was enough to make me/us want to make a weekend out of it.    We stayed at XV Beacon, a beautiful boutique hotel, right in the heart of the city.  The game was Satu... Continue Reading

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Mini Breakfast Quiche

Last Reply by PRIMADONNA429 1396712868.127 | Started by Jayne Brown in Kitchen & Food Talk, Recipe Swap, Hosts & Personalities

Lauren & I were trying to find quick and easy breakfast ideas.  We both start the day very early and we need something with protein that we can heat up in the microwave.  She found this recipe on Pinterest.  We tweaked it a little.  You can make them the day before and put them in the freezer.  Pop them in the microwave in the morning for a few minutes.  Yummy! Mini Breakfast Quiche Recipe: What you'll need: Cooking spray  1 tablespoon olive oil  1/4 cup diced onion  1 cup baby spinach leaves, coarsely chopped  ... Continue Reading

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Towel Cake Recipe

Last Reply by LLTM 1396921766.237 | Started by Jayne Brown in For the Home Talk, Hosts & Personalities, Mom to Mom Blogs

I was so honored to be invited to Linda Davies' daughter’s bridal shower this past weekend.  Meghan will be marrying her high school sweetheart, Matt, in May.   As a gift, I created this fun towel cake.  I have been making towel cakes as my signature gift for years.  Every new couple needs towels and this is a fun and creative way to present them!   I asked Linda what the color theme is for Meghan's wedding and used that as the accent color. Linda's daughter’s Meghan & Sarah are identical twins.  After all these years I still can't tell them a... Continue Reading

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Top O’ The Mornin' To Ya'!

Last Reply by IrishNicky 1395106241.623 | Started by Jayne Brown in For the Home Talk, Hosts & Personalities, Mom to Mom Blogs

My teapot collection started when I was still living at home.  I was in the basement and came across several boxes, opened them and inside were three beautiful teapots.  I asked my mother where them came from and she said they were wedding presents.  I thought these are to pretty to be in boxes and not displayed.  Not long after that I met James.  When he took me to meet his parents for the first time I was blow away by the collection of teapots his mother had.  She collected them from the many places she has visited over the years.  I have about 25 my mother... Continue Reading

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Stuffed Peppers

Last Reply by Nonni Sandy 1394297324.683 | Started by Jayne Brown in Kitchen & Food Talk, Recipe Swap, Hosts & Personalities

Stuffed Peppers Recipe: What you'll need: 4 bell peppers cut in half and cleaned Chicken broth 1-1.5lb ground beef (or turkey) 1 can black beans (drained/rinsed) 1 can of diced tomatoes (drained/rinsed) About 1 cup frozen corn 2 jalapeño peppers (diced) About 1/2 an onion 1tsp Garlic Chili powder Cumin Cilantro Shredded cheese (I used a Mexican four cheese blend) Instructions: -Preheat oven to 350 degrees -Cook ground meat in a large skillet -Once the meat is cooked add in beans, tomatoes, corn, jalapenos, onion, and garlic; stir -Then add spices and cilantro to taste -Stuff pepp... Continue Reading

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21st Annual Church Chili Cook Off

Last Reply by poppysmom 1393955215.8 | Started by Jayne Brown in Kitchen & Food Talk, Recipe Swap, Hosts & Personalities

The 21st Annual Church Chili Cook Off was a blast!  And although I was not the winner, boohoo!!   My family said my recipe was tasty and they loved it! And families know best!  LOL!  We have some really talented chili cooks at my Church, so next year i am going to need a secret ingredient!   Thank you to everyone for their suggestions, as I did use a few. Here's the recipe: 1 medium onion chopped 1 lb ground beef 1 can creamed corn 1 can black beans 1 can red kidney beans 1 can chopped tomato & green chili peppers 1 can tomato soup 2 tsp chili powder... Continue Reading

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