My dad made this sausage for us when I was growing up - it was a typical weekend breakfast along with fried eggs. The smell of it still brings back memories of big weekend breakfasts. My dad's not around to make this anymore, but I'm glad I made him write the recipe down for me! Now I can make it for weekend breakfasts for MY kids. Prep time includes freezing.
I make this salad all the time for my kids, and my youngest (Morgan) absolutely loves it. If she eats nothing else on her plate, this salad is always gone. I usually use regular old vine tomatoes, but it's equally good with a pile of halved cherry or grape tomatoes. No matter how you make it, it's ridiculously easy and really yummy.
So many other recipes I've found call for several ingredients or make a lot. I've always made my pancakes much more simply than that. I got this recipe when I was recovering from surgery - they're high-protein and quick and easy. Perfect for a quick breakfast when you don't feel well.
This recipe comes from Alton Brown and it's the only way we have rice anymore. My servings are quite a bit smaller than his, though! You can use chicken or veggie broth in place of the water, or add herbs and spices.
We spent 3 years tweaking this chili recipe, and the basics of it still stick today anytime we make it, which is at least once a month. There are so many variations on it but I'm listing just the basic recipe. Feel free to add veggies or change the meat.
This is unlike any Cheese and Tomato pie I've found, but it's irresistable! It's also fattening, but it's major comfort food. I grew up on this, with a garden salad on the side. There's no science to this recipe - just throw it together as you like and bake till it's done.
These are a favourite snack around here in the fall, and friends are always asking me to make them. I couldn't believe I couldn't find a recipe for them here. They're quick and easy, fairly healthy, and really take care of a sugar craving. I've always made them the same way, so if you find any good variations, let me know!
I don't remember where I found this recipe - I've made it so often, I've memorized it. The trick to these meatballs is to only plan to use half of them - that's all I ever have left by the time I'm ready to put them in something else. It's the only time I've ever had ground beef melt in my mouth.
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