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lkoffman

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Hey everyone!

I am working with a friend to collect recipes so we can make a cookbook that will be sold to benefit Juvenile Diabetes. If anyone has any and doesnt mind sending them to me we would really appreciate it, you can just pm me. We Will be collecting them until July 28. Thanks so much! :)

Lauren
 

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lkoffman said:
Hey everyone!

I am working with a friend to collect recipes so we can make a cookbook that will be sold to benefit Juvenile Diabetes. If anyone has any and doesnt mind sending them to me we would really appreciate it, you can just pm me. We Will be collecting them until July 28. Thanks so much! :)

Lauren
Before this gets banished to the lounge...

Do the recipies have to be JD friendly? I have some good ones, but I don't know what they'd do to the blood sugar of a type I diabetic...
 

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Nope, hey do not have to be JD friendly so any and all recipes are welcome!

Thanks!
 

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That's really awesome that you are making this cookbook. Best wishes to ya...If I had $$$$$$ I would sponsor your project.

good luck
 

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Might as well post it for everybody:

Spaghetti and Meatballs

Ingredients:
1lb ground round
1 egg
1 cup Italian Bread Crumbs
1 tsp salt
1/2 tsp pepper
Olive Oil
Angel Hair Pasta
Marinara Sauce
Grated Parmesan Cheese
Lettuce
Red Onion
Artichoke Hearts

Meatballs
-Place the Ground Round in a large bowl
-Add bread crumbs, salt, pepper and egg
-Mix with hands until uniformly distributed
-Ball into 1" meatballs
-In Electric or Stovetop Frying Pan, sauté on Medium Heat (~350 degrees)
-Brown each side until all sides cooked
-Serve with pasta

Sauce
-Place marinara sauce in a small sauce pan
-Heat over low heat
-Add parmesan cheese and stir
-Serve over pasta


Spaghetti
-Cook Angel Hair Pasta as directed on package

Salad
-Wet lettuce
-Add copious amounts of parmesan cheese
-Add Red Onion
-Add Artichoke Hearts
-Add Italian Salad Dressing
-Toss

Serve Spaghetti with Meatballs and Sauce. Serve Salad. Top everything with parmesan cheese.
 

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If you are interested in ordering its only $7.00 and we'll cover the cost of shipping for helping us out. They wont be ready until the end of August though.
 

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I'll see if I can't toss a few more into the mix:

Chicken Picatta


Ingredients:
Boneless Skinless Chicken Breasts (may substitute tenderloins)
Flour
Butter/Margarin
White Cooking Wine
Lemon Juice
Angel Hair Pasta

Chicken
-Heat electric frying pan to 350 degrees or stove top fry-pan to medium-high
-coat the frying pan in melted butter/margarin
-Dip the chicken directly in flour and place on the pan
-Cook until the chicken appears white around the edges
--For smaller pieces, cook until the entire piece appears white.
-Flip and repeat. The chicken should be browned on both sides.
-Place the chicken in the oven @ 325 while you prepare the sauce/pasta.

sauce
-In the same pan you cooked the chicken in, add 1/4 cup butter, 1/2 cup cooking wine, add lemon juice to taste.
-Pour off into Gravy Boat

Pasta
-Cook Angel Hair pasta as directed.

Serve Chicken over pasta and add sauce.
 
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