By Nancy N. Wilson
DINNER is the 1st quantity within the Mama’s Legacy sequence and contains a few of my favourite own recipes that i've got gathered through the years. even if i used to be married for the 1st twenty years of my children’s lives, I continuously needed to paintings; for this reason guidance time and price have been continually a priority. The 27 dinner recipes i've got integrated are a small illustration of dinners that allowed me to feed my kids good, a minor obsession of mine, and in addition so one can arrange them in a cheap period of time – and remain inside of a good finances. i like to prepare dinner and feature different recipes which are extra advanced, yet notion that i'd start with the simpler relatives favorites. lots of the recipes during this quantity diversity from really easy to effortless, with just a couple which are a bit of tougher. get pleasure from!
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