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My family always called this fried squash, because mom cooked it in a cast iron skillet. And in the South if you cook it in a skillet its call fried. This is one of my favorite vegetables.
This always seems to be a hit during the holidays. If you don't have the time to bake your sweet potatoes, cube and boil them until tender.
This has been one of my favorite side dishes. Make it a meal by adding leftover ham or some smoked sausage.
This is a no fuss side dish, and a switch from the same ole vegetable casseroles.
This is just a little different spin on that same old traditional green bean casserole. For something even a little more different, replace cheddar cheese with baby Swiss cheese, and top with a buttery cracker.
This is my most requested recipe to make. Most times I have to double it because somehow it gets out that I'm making jambalaya, and people just seem to show up at dinner time.
This is a great meal for any night of the week.
This is one of my favorite foods to eat when in New Orleans, though I haven’t been there in years.
For a richer taste substitute some water with chicken broth.
Good for a family night, or a casual dinner party.
If you love pork chops give this recipe a try, easy and tastes great!!
Looking for an easy meal with little time.....well here it is.
You can't beat this chicken dish on a week night dinner.
Fried chicken always makes me think of Sundays.
This recipe is cooked on a stove top, but can also be cooked in an electric skillet.
Everyone needs a good chicken and rice recipe, and this is a tasty one.
Easy and looks like you slaved in the kitchen all day.
This is a great Saturday night meal after being at the beach, lake or river all day. Also how can you go wrong with shrimp and bacon
This was a recipe I always loved growing up. On Monday's dad and I had a scout meeting, so mom would always make them because they were quick and easy.
This is an easy go to recipe when you can't think anything to make for dinner. Add some peas to this and it's a one dish meal.
Make this soup on a cold winters’ night.
This is great chowder for a cold night. Make sure you taste along the way, because sometimes the clams can be very salty; if so adjust salt to taste.
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