I made these up one night when I was confronted with a pound of ground beef and didn't want to make either burgers or tacos ... so why not combine the two? I used the white corn taco shells that come 12 in a 4.6 oz. box so they're kind of small; if you use larger shells the yield will be less; yield also depends on how much you fill 'em up! Also, a little of the tangy "taco sauce" I created goes a long way.
I used to make this pasta dish alot but had forgot all about it until recently finding the recipe! Although the list of ingredients is long, it is actually simple to make. I found the recipe in an issue of Better Homes and Garden's 'Simply Pasta' magazine in 1995.
I found this recipe in a cookbook called "Great Food From Mom's Diner". I was never one to jump for joy at Salisbury Steak, but the ingredients in this recipe intrigued me. If beef, blue cheese, and a rich mushroom gravy sound scrumptious to you, then this dish may become a favorite at your house too!!
This sandwich is from one of my favorite cookbooks "Great Foods From Mom's Diner." It's a unique variation on the Sloppy Joe, so if you're bored with the same old sandwiches give this one a try! Since "Mom" owns the diner, she added a few unlikely (but delicious) ingredients and cleverly re-named it of course!
This recipe appeared many years ago in Homemakers Magazine and since the first time I made it, it has become a family favourite. My daughter hates mushrooms, so I especially like the fact that I can chop them up finely and sneak them into the mixture and she is none the wiser! The cold leftovers make great sandwiches.
An easy one-pan dish that is similar to beef stroganoff, only way better in my opinion! Recipe was given to my mother by a dear family friend in the sixties, and has been a family favorite since. Thanks Lou Anne! Enjoy!
Steak and Shake was a franchise started in the Midwest. My father would take me there on special occasions. I loved their chili! This is a chili which would be ideal for children. It is very mild with a slight sweetness. I found this recipe on the internet @ I dunno4recipes. The recipe origionally called for 2 (15 ounce) cans of kidney beans drained, but I prefer the taste of chili beans better