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Very easy. You just put in 3, 4, or 5 chease Tortolini(SP) into Boiling water. A bit of salt but it still seems to work okay if you forget the salt. Cook for 5 to 8 minutes depending on what brand you buy. Then you drain it. Poor cold water over it. Drain it and ad the pesto spices which are in olive oil sold near the pesto pasta.

When my wife then girlfriend mentioned a non red sause pasta dish I did not think I would like it. But I love it.

And it is more special since I never had it before meeting her.


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Dave's Stuffed Peppers:

Cut the top off a red pepper, cut out the insides, brush the outside with olive oil, and put it in the oven on a low heat.
While it's in there, finely chop and fry half a small onion, add curry powder, and enough dry cous cous to fill the pepper (you have to guess this bit).
Add some swiss vegetable stock to boiling water to make up the cous cous, when this is done put in some mixed herbs and grate in a very small amount of cheese.
Stuff this into your pepper (don't burn yourself), and put it back in the oven until the pepper is nicely roasted.

You can also barbecue these, just wrap it in foil.


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We seem to have olive oil theam going. The life extension organization [sign in to see URL] has added olive leaf extract to their main multi.

Thanks Dave for postingemoticon I'll have to give your recipe a try some time.

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Shrimp Scampy (very easy)

This has to be made up early enough to marinate for at least 6 hours, or over night.

Up to 3 pounds shrimp, clean it and devein it.

1 cup olive oil
2 to 4 cloves garlic skinned and put through press (to your taste, I love garlic)
3 Tablespoons dry white wine
3 Tablespoons parsley
1 teaspoon salt
1/2 teasoon freshly ground pepper

Stir marinate mixture, then add shrimp, cover and refrigerate. Stir mixture a couple of times.

To cook add to large frying pan, and heat through, do not over cook. Cook until all shrimp are pink, and done.

I serve with white rice, or loaf of fresh Italian bread.

Very easy to make even my hubby makes this one!!

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Thanks for the post and the link to other recepiesemoticon

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Potato Soup (Quick):

1 Pint aMashed Potatoes (Left Overs)
1 Small Onion
2 strips Celery
2 Medium Raw Potatoes

Take the 2 raw potatoes, pare them and dice them into 1/2 to 3/4 inch cubes. Cook until almost done, then drain.

Dice up Celery and onions into small chunks, place in sauce pan with 1/4 cup of water. Bring to boil and immediately turn heat down to simmer. Cook approximately 10 minutes, or until celery and onions get soft.

Put mashed potatoes in pan and stir in the water/celery/onion mixture. Heat on low setting while mixing together. If Mixture seems dry, add 1/2 to 1 cup milk while stirring. If slightly thin, ass in drained, cubed potatoes (pre-cooked). Simmer 10 to 15 minutes, make sure it does not dry up or burn.

If the soup thickens, add additional milk in small amounts. Salt and pepper to taste. Serve while hot.

Refrigerate any soup left over and reheat later with small amounts of milk, if needed.

Potato Soup from Raw Potatoes:

7 - 8 Medium size potatoes
2-3 stalk stems of celery
1 medium onion
1 to 2 cups water
1/2 cup milk
1/4 stick Margerine or Butter

Pare potatoes adn cut into 1/2 to 3/4" cubes. Boil until almost soft.

Dice celery and onion and cook in 1 to 2 cups water.

Drain cooked potatoes. take 1/2 or more and put in pan with 1/2 cup milk, 1/4 stick Margerine or Butter. Add in water/onion/celery mixture. Then mash potatoes until the entire mixture is slightly thin. Slightly thin means what you feel the thinness shoudl be.

Put on low heat, while stirring for approximately 10 Minutes.

Add remaining pre-cooked, cubed potatoes. Cook for approximately 10 more minutes while strirring.

Add in salt and peper to taste.

Serve hot, store left over soup in refrigerator.

When cooking the above recipe, make sure it doesn't stick, burn or get thicker than you like your soup.
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Our version of patoe soup calls for cream of mushroom and some paparika.

My sister supposidly has all my mom's old recipies.



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The mushroom soup sounds like a great addition. I don't know about the paprika. As I recall I used to like it. My idea of spices are salt and pepper.. and maybe some onion or garlic salt. lol

Hey don't blame me for my lack of spice. LOL
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LOL that you mention garlic salt as that is what my wife added to the batch of patoe soup that I made last night.

Also my mom when I called her said that cream of celery can also be usedemoticon

How funny is that?

Just did frozen pizza tonight but tempted to warm up some of the left over patoe soup.

I'll eventually post up my mom's recipie and my changesemoticon

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