These recipes are from the 1950's, 1960's and 1970's that i have put a modern spin on and made quick and easy, imagine having the same meals your mother or grandmorther made in half the time.
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Robert Lee Owens was born in Port Deposit Md. in 1943, but has was raised in Perryville, Md. He started cooking at the age of 9. He has cooked in several restaurants and sub. shops on the upper eastern shore of Maryland. He has catered many parties for friends and family
This book takes old ideas and reinvents them into modem times in an attempt to bring back the old recipe. Friends and family have enjoyed the authors creations and they always wonder how he changes everyday food into delicious meals.
Most of the dishes in this book are simple, uncomplicated and take very little time to prepare. With today's two income society, many families need quick and easy meals that don't take all day to prepare or a fortune to make. Let's face it; redi-made meals are expensive and not too healthy. Making homemade dishes does not take hours in the kitchen nor make a dent in your wallet.
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the only quote I can give is a sample recipe:
1 stick butter or margarine or 4 tbsp. Soft margarine
8 oz. Cream cheese
1 bag semi sweet chocolate chips
Put butter in bowl and let soften a few mins. Add sugar and mix until
creamy and smooth. Add cream cheese and mix until smooth. Then
add flour and eggs and mix very well. Put chocolate chips in a bowl
and put in microwave for 30 seconds, remove and stir and return to
microwave for 1 min. Then mix in the cream cheese mixture and mix
well. Pour into a sprayed or greased baking pan and bake at 375
degree for 45 mins