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Joanne has published more than 2,500 articles and was award recipient of the 1990 Woman of the Year for Beaver County, Pennsylvania, for her accomplishments and excellence in journalism and to the community. Her co-authored book, “Unforgettable Journey,” won fifth place in the Grand Beginnings romance contest. An excerpt from her WIP, “Unearthed,” placed her fifth in the Absolute Write Idol contest. Most recently, her essay, “Perseverance,” is published in the Stories of Strength anthology in which 100% of the profits are donated to disaster relief charities. Her most recent articles were published in ByLine Magazine, Writer's Digest, AbsoluteWrite.com, and Moondance.org. She has a monthly freelance writing column at Absolutewrite.com. Currently, she is the sole caregiver for her 85-year-old mother.

Thursday, January 26, 2006

AW Monday Meme #6 -- Recipe Meme

Recipe Meme

Dawno put up a great recipe meme for this week.

Here it is.
Open your refrigerator. What is the first item on the left at the front of the 'fridge on the top shelf?
Open the food cupboard closest to the stove. What is the first food item on the right on the bottom shelf (you may go up a shelf if your bottom shelf holds pet food or non-food stuff)

Find online or create for us from your imagination, a recipe using those two things as primary ingredients.

For example: fridge: Snapple diet lemon iced tea
cupboard: rice

If you Google (or use any search engine) for the recipe, please share the link in your blog and here's the Technorati Tag, too.

Here's mine.

Fridge: 1# pack of Jimmy Dean pork sausage.
Cupboard: bag of wide noodles.

I googled Jimmy Dean sausage and noodles and found this link with this great recipe.

1 lb. Jimmy Dean sausage with sage1 (3 1/2 oz.) pkg. pepperoni1 (32 oz.) spaghetti sauce1 pkg. Italian seasoning (salad dressing)Egg noodles2 c. Mozzarella cheeseBrown sausage (drain). Lay all ingredients except cheese in 9 x 12 inch pan. Noodles in last, stir in pan. Sprinkle cheese on top. Cook at 400 degrees for 15 to 20 minutes.

Sounds so good, I’m going to try it out tomorrow morning.
Thanks Dawno. I needed new ideas for meals.

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Blogger Dawno said...

You're welcome! I made that one up all by myself, thought it might be fun. Hope it's tasty, too!

1/26/2006 10:33 PM  
Blogger Joanne D. Kiggins said...

It was fun, Dawno. I'll let you know how the recipe turns out. :D

1/26/2006 11:46 PM