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A Palatable Pastime Sep 12
Indian Style Potatoes- Khatta Aloo Makes Curry An Easy Side Dish. Khatta aloo are baby new potatoes cooked in an Indian style with aromatic spices and herbs for a delicious side dish to grilled meats and curry.
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A Palatable Pastime Sep 11
Oven braised Persian style lamb shanks flavored with tomatoes, eggplant, and Middle Eastern spice make a comforting autumn supper, served with sumac seasoned basmati rice.
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A Palatable Pastime Sep 10
For we are trying our hand at Egyptian recipes. I made stuffed grape leaves with camel meat of all things. Come take a peek and see what I have to say about it!
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A Palatable Pastime Sep 9
Oven roasted garlic potatoes seasoned with Parmesan make a tempting side dish for any meal and are made extra crispy using an alkaline water technique.
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A Palatable Pastime Sep 7
Spicy hot seasoning with a hint of chicken flavor make Nashville Hot Popcorn irresistibly delicious for movie night or snack time.
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Christie Campbell Sep 4
At just a little over $5.00 for the whole meal, Broccoli Mac Kielbasa Casserole will fill your family of four up with hearty ingredients. Ditch that coffee today & make a donation to help end hunger. Recipe -->
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Cindy Kerschner Sep 4
Cheesy Black Bean Frittatas make a high protein, inexpensive meal to feed a family of 4 for under $5.50.
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Hezzi-Ds Books&Cooks Sep 4
September is and I'm sharing this delicious Kielbasa and Cabbage Skillet with Buttered Rice which will feed a family of 4 for $5.50.
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Valentina Celant Warne Sep 4
Did you know that September is ? 40.9% of Americans live at the poverty line, and SNAP recipients can only spend about $5.50 per meal. I made PASTA E FAGIOLI, but come see the post for tons of other cheap recipe ideas!
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Val Plagge Sep 4
September is and to bring awareness to food insecurity in our country, I created a recipe based off the SNAP budget for a family of four - $5.50 per meal. Check out my Chicken Caesar Pasta:
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Lisa Sep 4
Stove Top Chicken Noodle Soup with vegetables is a simple & delicious meal that makes more than enough for a family of four, and costs less than $5.50. 
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Kate Sabella Sep 4
Kielbasa and Vegetable Skillet - a $5 dinner for is on the blog today:
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SimplyInspiredMeals Sep 4
Pumpkin Cranberry Scones Based on original Disney recipe from Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa Garden View Tea Room. Perfect quick breakfast option or afternoon tea.
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Culinary Cam Sep 4
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A Palatable Pastime Sep 5
Chicken cordon bleu sliders quickly and easily make their way into our gametime and supper menus stuffed with shredded chicken, Swiss cheese and creamy honey mustard on savory rolls.
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A Palatable Pastime Sep 4
Budget beef vegetable lo mein is the cornerstone of a satisfying family meal for under six dollars for Hunger Awareness Month.
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Wendy Klik Sep 4
Amazing Cherry Almond Sourdough Scones on
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A Palatable Pastime Sep 4
Easy to make homemade gourmet fruit and nut crisps (crackers) are perfect for all your lightly sweet cheese spreads or even peanut butter.
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Valentina Celant Warne Aug 31
Happy ! I am joining my friend 's Chocolate & PB party with these DARK CHOCOLATE PB SWIRL CUPCAKES!🧁 So rich and absolutely decadent. Yum!
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Carlee Aug 31
Enjoy that classic combination of chocolate and peanut butter without the guilt! This nice cream takes minutes to make and tastes like a dream!
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