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Old 03-24-2019, 12:46 AM   #11
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Today, this is as good as it was way back then, but tonight I added sun dried chopped tomatoes to the mixture with rave results for such a simple recipe.
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Old 03-24-2019, 01:24 AM   #12
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Today, this is as good as it was way back then, but tonight I added sun dried chopped tomatoes to the mixture with rave results for such a simple recipe.
I always have rice and packaged onion soup on hand. Those two items stay on my grocery list, whether I need them or not. And canned mushrooms. Right now (Pirate did last months shopping) I have six small cans of them also.

One of my favorite veggies to eat all by myself is stewed canned American tomatoes. Pirate does not like them as just a veggie on their own. Good! More for me.
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Simple Side Dish...Onion Orzo with Mushrooms I needed a starch side dish for dinner last night, and was out of rice and potatoes. I threw this together and it turned out great, and [B]really[/B] tasty, so thought I'd share..... In a med. size saucepan... Saute' fresh mushrooms in butter. (canned mushrooms would work) 1 cup of Orzo pasta 2 cups water 1 envelope Lipton Onion Soup mix Bring to a boil, cover and take heat down to lowest setting. Cook for 15 min. Remove cover, and fluff with a fork. Return lid for 5 minutes. I was shocked at how good it was, with a wonderful "mouth feel" and flavor. Husband said this is a keeper. 3 stars 1 reviews
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