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Soups and Stews - There's nothing like a hearty hot, steaming bowl of soup or stew to warm our bodies as well as our spirits when the cold winds blow and the snow's a-flying. Not only does it provide us with warmth, it also has the essential nutrients to boost our immune systems and keep us going. As some of the most comforting comfort foods ever, these soup and stew recipes will have your family sighing with pleasure at the end of a cold day.
Wild Game - Is there a hunter in your family? Many hunters enjoy eating the meat as much as hunting it. And eating wild game has its benefits health-wise. Generally leaner than domesticated animals, it has about one-third less calories, far less saturated and total fat; it's lower in cholesterol and has virtually no carbohydrates. These recipes are sure to make your hunter proud when he sees and tastes the delicious meat he's provided for his family.
Breads and Rolls - Who doesn't love the smell of baking bread? It's been said that bread is the staple of life, and some people (like my husband) think a meal is not a meal without bread. Bread is probably the one food that's served at nearly every meal in every household in the world. Some buy their bread in the store, already baked, and some like to make their own bread from scratch. Some make quick breads and some make yeast breads. However you like to prepare bread for your family, you'll find recipes here to suit your needs. You'll enjoy a sense of satisfaction when you open the oven door and fill your home with the aroma of freshly baked bread!
Homemade Cookies - Whether your kids are coming in from school, your hubby coming in from work or your grand-kids are coming over to visit, a wonderful way to greet them is to meet them at the door with a plate of freshly baked cookies. And who doesn't love homemade candy? I have fond memories of my mom making fudge for my brother and I when we were growing up. We'd hang out in the kitchen asking, "Is it done yet?" My candy recipes have been collected from all over, and of course I haven't had a chance to try them all. So if you make one of my recipes, let me know how it turned out for you. I'd love to hear of your experiences with any of my recipes!
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