We had a brunch to plan, and my husband had the odd idea of making a calzone but with breakfast items inside of it. It turned out to be delicious, and we have made it several times since. Its easy to make, and you can add just about any ingredients you want.
This is a family favourite that comes from an old Milk Calandar. Even DH, who doesn't like anything tex-mex raves about this one. I always make it with the ham, but the if you have left over chicken, I bet it would be just as good.
Here's another recipe from my best friend. She's the quintessential farm wife and she's always been something of an inspiration to me -- in the cooking department as well as many other areas. I don't know if this is a recipe she thought up herself or if it's from one of her recipe books, but I always credit her with this one.
This is the basic recipe we use. My awesome half has been known to add leftover Chinese food, garlic and various firm fruits even scrambled eggs and he hasn't had any errors so far! I do hope you like it.
An all-in-one brunch bread; perfect for a summer brunch with a light fruit salad. The original recipe calls for 1/4 tsp. salt, but I omit it because often the bacon or ham add enough. We serve these with Cheez Whiz.
This is a quick and easy dish to make. I substitute turkey ham for the ham and tastes just as good and it's better for you. This dish freezes well. I make two and stick one in the freezer for another meal.
I have a child that refuses to eat vegetables, but she ate them this time!Enjoy!
This recipe is from my mom, who got it from my aunt. My aunt and I have unlimited access to pork because our husbands are both hog farmers and this is a great way to use up leftover ham. It's also a relatively quick meal to prepare.
I used to be all about quick and easy cuisine, but since becoming a stay-at-home mom, I've branched out a little, now that I have more time. However, this recipe still gets made pretty often. The original recipe says to simmer all together in a large skillet for 45-50 minutes, but I prefer to bake it rather.
I made this for Thanksgiving yesterday, and it turned out beautiful. So many different flavors. I tweaked the recipe a bit to my own taste. I added sliced cheddar, shredded mozzarella cheese and carrots and left out the peppers and eggs. The dressing looks wonderful, though we just used bottled Italian. You can put your own spin on it. Either way, it will be good. I will post the recipe how I found it.
This is a soup that I came up with after I found out that my Christmas ham was too big and I had just to many leftovers. It turned out great, and there were finally no more leftovers. Thank you for trying it. ENJOY!