Jesuit Tampa - Between Practice and Homework
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Jesuit Tampa - Between Practice and Homework


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Our digital cookbook, a collection of recipes submitted by our Jesuit High School Tampa community, is shared lovingly with their respective stories and photos. Organic in nature, our cookbook will be updated periodically with additional themes and categories.

Recipes included in this digital cookbook have been compiled from various sources including, but not limited to, various books and prior published recipes.  Read more...

Our digital cookbook, a collection of recipes submitted by our Jesuit High School Tampa community, is shared lovingly with their respective stories and photos. Organic in nature, our cookbook will be updated periodically with additional themes and categories.

Recipes included in this digital cookbook have been compiled from various sources including, but not limited to, various books and prior published recipes.

Between Practice and Homework -

A few minutes is all you need, No gourmet meals required,

A tasty quick dinner, your table time is short, and you can tell your son is tired.

He’s just come home from clubs and sport,

With no time to spare

His homework is calling, dinner is ready, family time is rare

You sit down together, discuss the day,

“Mom, dinner’s not bad!”

Off to study, you watch him go, savor the minutes you’ve had

I've never made a gourmet meal,

It's probably too late now.

Connect with love, connect with food, and of course enjoy good chow!
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Holy Guacamole Slow Cooker Enchiladas
 
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Alan's Crock Pot White Chili
 
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Quick 'n Easy Stromboli
 
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No Time Chicken Tortilla Soup
 
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One Pot Chicken and Yellow Rice
 
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Walter's Chicken Casablanca/Crockpot Recipe
 
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The Ultimate Greek Mac and Cheese
 
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Chocolate Banana Nutella Smoothie
 
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American Turkey Goulash
 
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Claire's Chili
 
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Southern Slaw Dogs
 
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Energy Balls
 
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Buffalo Chicken Burgers
 
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Quick Juicy Lucy's
 
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Sour Cream Ziti
 
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Crock Pot Chicken Enchilada Tortilla Soup
 
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Accidental Chicken Cheese Soup
 
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Spaghetti Carbonara In A Flash
 
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Janet's Bear Paw Doughnuts
 
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Easy No Fry Corn Dogs
 



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Cookbook Recipe
Holy Guacamole Slow Cooker Enchiladas
Even though I teach cooking courses, I don't always have time to whip up something extravagant. This is an easy meal that combines my southwest background with the craziness of motherhood. It will give you a new reason to pull out that Crock Pot! Although this recipe doesn't actually call for "guacamole", it is so good, you can't help saying it. Submitted by: "Stephanie Sullivan"

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Alan's Crock Pot White Chili
My two older sons love my traditional spicy chili on a cool evening, but my youngest son, Alan, does not like tomatoes. When I came across several "White Chili" recipes which do not use tomatoes, I modified it to make it a crock pot recipe, because I am often not home in the afternoon to prepare a 6:00 dinner. This is one of Alan's favorite recipes now, so I finally have a chili recipe that makes everyone happy! Submitted by: "Joanne Kervin"

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Quick 'n Easy Stromboli
Our kids love these, and it's a great way to use left over chicken, steak, pork...any protein in your fridge. Serve with a salad and you are good to go. Make a few ahead, freeze, then bake. I always keep a few cans of the pizza dough in my fridge. Easy peasy. Submitted by: "Kristina McGonnigal"

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No Time Chicken Tortilla Soup
Another great way to use a cooked rotisserie chicken from your grocery store! Kids like the fix-ins they can add themselves. Submitted by: "Kristina McGonnigal"

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One Pot Chicken and Yellow Rice
Submitted by: Clewis Standby
This is family standby recipe when we have just arrived home and want a simple easy hot dinner. Meal preparation takes 10 minutes with cook / bake time around 35 minutes. Easy one pot concoction with a side vegetable or salad is a delicious satisfying repast.

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Walter's Chicken Casablanca/Crockpot Recipe
The crockpot is my best cooking companion as I'm sure any busy Mom will agree! While commiserating about wanting more variety in my "meal rotation" to a co-worker, she wrote this recipe off the top of her head. Her family loves it and now mine does too. I have shared this with many a co-worker looking for something different to make in the crockpot. Feel free to substitute or add vegies as you like. Careful to stay away from cauliflower and broccoli as they may make the dish bitter. To save time just substitute and sprinkle about 1 T. of Chinese Five Spice over chicken instead of measuring cumin,turmeric, cinnamon, and cayenne listed below. Submitted by: "Molly Finn Johnson"

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The Ultimate Greek Mac and Cheese
Looking to put some pounds on my boys, I asked a friend for some "stick to the ribs" food ideas. She directed me to Women's World Magazine where I found this hearty dish in the January 21, 2013 issue. This is the perfect combo of pasta, meat and cheese! It takes some time to prepare, so when you have a weekend to cook prepare this casserole, let it cool, cut into individual servings, wrap, freeze and store for reheating as needed. Greeks call this Pastitsio - we just call it irresistibly delicious! Submitted by: "Molly Johnson"

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Chocolate Banana Nutella Smoothie
I'm always trying to find nutritious foods as breakfast options and after school snacks. This smoothie fits the bill and is a breeze to make. Submitted by: "Catherine Gwinner"

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American Turkey Goulash
This recipe is from one of my two favorite cookbooks, Eating for Life by Bill Phillips. I love this book because it make cooking simple. Each recipe displays photo of what a completed meal should look like and a picture of all the ingredients needed. Submitted by: "Lisa Busser"

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Claire's Chili
I always feel guilty making this recipe because like all food preparation that I do, I look for shortcuts. I guess it’s from not really liking to cook and having raised five children who needed to be constantly run from practices to homework and back. I was desperate for these quick but healthy meals. Enjoy! Submitted by: "Claire Malachowski"

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Southern Slaw Dogs
Sometimes a good hot dog is all the kids really want. Submitted by: "Kristina McGonnigal"

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Energy Balls
The recipe came from my friend Marilyn Sandborn. My family enjoys this healthy protein packed snack. Submitted by: "Meagan Jones"

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Buffalo Chicken Burgers
This recipe is one of my family's favorites. When Burger 21 opened, they were obsessed with their buffalo chicken burger. We came up with a healthy and quick alternative. When I make these, I make extra and freeze them in individual sandwich bags. When we're in a hurry, I pull one out and defrost. Submitted by: "Amy Daner"

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Quick Juicy Lucy's
When I know we're going to have a late night in the car I pick this dinner because it's so fast to make. I pre-make the pattis in the morning and cook the burgers when we get home. Submitted by: "Amy Daner"

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Sour Cream Ziti
Enjoy! Submitted by: "Rebecca Swantek"

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Crock Pot Chicken Enchilada Tortilla Soup
Told to me by an "impaired" woman at the grocery. Followed her directions and tweaked a little, but hmm...hmm...good! Submitted by: "Rebecca Swantek"

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Accidental Chicken Cheese Soup
This was an accidental recipe...trying to make something else. One of my son's most requested meals. Submitted by: "Rebecca Swantek"

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Spaghetti Carbonara In A Flash
This recipe was born out of necessity and the love of quick, tasty meals that appealed to my teenagers. Even if you don't cook a lot, this recipe is easy to whip up on a weekday night but indulgent enough to enjoy for a special occasion. Simple ingredients and simple cooking - that is my mantra! Submitted by: "Gayle Egli"

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Janet's Bear Paw Doughnuts
My mother always made these raised dough doughnuts on the eve of Ash Wednesday each year. I continue the tradition making a batch for our family and neighbors on the Tuesday before Lent begins. Be sure to gobble them up the day you fry them, as that is when they taste their best. You don't want leftovers for Ash Wednesday! Submitted by: "Janet Turn"

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Easy No Fry Corn Dogs
Submitted by: Kristina McGonnigal
Needed a quick tailgate snack so I made these for a lacrosse game. Corndogs are Georgi's favorite but I always wince at the "friedness" of them. This is a great baked instant box recipe. I was so inspired I bought one of the 48 mini muffin tins at Michaels...I made 48 of these in 15 min! If you bake them in a regular sized muffin tin, add a side salad and voila, it's meal!

Our digital cookbook, a collection of recipes submitted by our Jesuit High School Tampa community, is shared lovingly with their respective stories and photos. Organic in nature, our cookbook will be updated periodically with additional themes and categories. Recipes included in this digital cookbook have been compiled from various sources including, but not limited to, various books and prior published recipes. Between Practice and Homework - A few minutes is all you need, No gourmet meals required, A tasty quick dinner, your table time is short, and you can tell your son is tired. He’s just come home from clubs and sport, With no time to spare His homework is calling, dinner is ready, family time is rare You sit down together, discuss the day, “Mom, dinner’s not bad!” Off to study, you watch him go, savor the minutes you’ve had I've never made a gourmet meal, It's probably too late now. Connect with love, connect with food, and of course enjoy good chow!

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Jesuit Tampa - Tastes of Tigers

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Our digital cookbook, a collection of recipes submitted by our Jesuit High School Tampa community, is shared lovingly with their respective stories and photos. Organic in nature, our cookbook will be updated periodically with additional themes and categories. Recipes included in this digital cookbook have been compiled from various sources including, but not limited to, various books and prior published recipes.


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Jesuit Tampa - Between Practice and Homework

FREE

Our digital cookbook, a collection of recipes submitted by our Jesuit High School Tampa community, is shared lovingly with their respective stories and photos. Organic in nature, our cookbook will be updated periodically with additional themes and categories. Recipes included in this digital cookbook have been compiled from various sources including, but not limited to, various books and prior published recipes. Between Practice and Homework - A few minutes is all you need, No gourmet meals required, A tasty quick dinner, your table time is short, and you can tell your son is tired. He’s just come home from clubs and sport, With no time to spare His homework is calling, dinner is ready, family time is rare You sit down together, discuss the day, “Mom, dinner’s not bad!” Off to study, you watch him go, savor the minutes you’ve had I've never made a gourmet meal, It's probably too late now. Connect with love, connect with food, and of course enjoy good chow!