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Recipes . . . to live by


by Tory Tedder Has anyone ever fixed you a special meal?


A meal of your favorites? When we'd go to Grandma's to visit when I was a kid I always hoped she'd have something good to eat when we arrived. I would feel so special when my favorite spaghetti and meatballs was ready when we got there. I've shared this recipe with you already (OEC News, Jan. 2012). I learned from Grandma that when you love people, you put time in and fix them good food. Te first time my boyfriend, Mike, visited


my home I made Grandma's spaghetti and meatballs. It was a kind of test: If you don't fall in love with these meatballs, we have no future. (I am only half kidding.) I also wanted to impress him so I fixed my favorite thing. Well, several bowls later he is now my fiance. We all know February is the month of


Sandy's 'Shrooms, adapted from Junior's


Ingredients: 1 stick Butter* 2 16-oz. pkgs Button mushrooms


Lawry's Season Salt Worchestershire Sauce


Directions: Melt butter in saute pan or skillet over medium


high heat. Place mushrooms in pan and sprinkle with Lawry's. Liberally cover all with Worcestershire Sauce. Cover and let simmer on low heat for around 40 minutes.


*I recently made these mushrooms with a 1/2 stick of butter without sacrificing taste. Te next time I make them I intend to try a 1/4 stick.


love and I stand by Grandma's example: feed the heart. Tese recipes are easy but so delicious. Te first I learned from my step-mother., Sandy, and is a version of the marinated mushrooms served at Junior's in Oklahoma City. Tey go great with steak.. (Note: Valentine's Day is not the time to count calories.) Te Buffalo Chicken Dip I have had the pleasure to eat several times but have yet to make it myself. Mike's step-mother served it last fall and has been bombarded with requests for it ever since. Mike especially loves it and, therefore, will get some all to himself for Valentine's Day. Food tastes even better when you share it with people you love. Consider sharing your most loved recipes with everyone. Te Oklahoma Living magazine is celebrating their 65th anniversary with a cookbook. Submit your recipes to www.ok-living.coop/contests by Feb. 15, 2013 to be a part of this celebration. (See the info ad on page 22.)


Buffalo Chicken Dip, Jennifer Loffland Ingredients:


1 pkg. Ranch Dressing Mix


3/4 C Franks Hot Sauce 2 8oz. pkgs Cream Cheese, softened


2 C shredded Rotisserie Chicken


2 C Cheddar Cheese, shredded and separated


Directions: Preheat your oven to 350 degrees. Mix ranch


dressing, hot sauce and cream cheese. Add the chicken and 1 cup of cheese. Place in sprayed oven-ready dish. Cover with the remaining cup of cheese. Bake for 30 minutes.


6 February 2013


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