This is a compilation of all the recipes that people have posted as having made for their family. The thread changes week to week but it is usually very easy to find in the Kid-Friendly Forum. Stop by and see what we are cooking up!
This recipe has been in my family for several generations. In Louisiana, we serve this with boiled cabbage, turnip greens, black-eyed peas, and butterbeans. It is delicious, but takes practice to make it just right.
This isn't so much a recipe as a method of cooking cornbread in a hurry - especially in small batches. I first encountered these cornbread cakes in Tennessee at a food counter and saw these pancakes. So...I asked what pancakes were doing alongside chicken and gravy. Laughter followed and I was quickly told "well, that's cornbread." Oh really? I've been making them ever since and this recipe has a few of my own ingredients.
This is old-fashioned, from scratch, comfort food. This has been a family favorite for years. I like to take this to other families when they are in need of a meal. It's always a winner. I like making it with leftover turkey, too! I often add some cooked diced potatoes.
Similar to a Beef Stroganof, this recipie is easy to prepare and makes round steak very tender. We have Church for about three hours. This is perfect for Sunday dinner. The house permiates with the smell of dinner!
This is a very quick way to make a fantastic quiche. Its so delicious. A real winner for the family to enjoy. I got this recipe from a friend who uses it all the time. Thanks suzzie! This is a definite pass-around recipe to all your friends.
I am one of those people who likes hominy, particularly in Southwestern soups and stews. Came across this side dish in a new Weight Watchers cookbook and decided that it would soon be making an appearance on my dinner table.
For beginners, those with kids or who just like to start out mild. Pico de Gallo is a great condiment to serve along side spicy dishes or any meat dish that could use a kick of cool, fresh flavor. It is also a nice way to feed your family fresh vegetables. Typically Texan Pico uses serranos, however for the kids I use jalapenos (just cut up an extra serrano for daddy).
This recipe is from the La Leche League International Cookbook. I always have this in the frige for whipping up fabulous biscuits. Look for recipes to use this mix by searching for "LLL Baking Mix". If your concerned about a milk allergy leave out the milk powder. Recipe may be doubled.