Had never heard of Johnny Marzetti until recently stumbling on his recipe in some newspaper website. Actually, research shows Marzetti's Restaurant in Columbus, Ohio was the source of this great comfort food dish back in the 20's (..is it still there?). Have seen ingredients of several versions of this dish here, but none with all these great ingredients. This is an ultimate comfort food that is even better at the second and third sitting. I think that the sausage and Italian cheese blend is key to success of this rendition. Dish is great with a nice green salad.
Found this in the Greer Now magazine and it is a wonderful, easy to fix recipe. One that can be doubled if you have a large crowd to feed or want to freeze some up for future use. I used super market rotisserie chicken that was on sale. Great served with a nice garden salad.
When I saw the insert in my Sunday paper, just knew that I had to try and replicate a fantastic picture of Tuscan Chicken. After tweaking it a bit, came up with a very satisfying dish. Think you will like it.
While perusing an article in the Charlotte Observer that asked readers to submit their favorite macaroni/cheese recipes, noticed one that was just too simple to be any good. Well, the wife and I could not stop eating it! This might be the easiest of all comfort foods, one to carry us throough the recession. The author topped hers with cooked sausage links, but it is great as a stand alone. Served mine with cornbread, slaw and crowder peas.
Found this in the Charlotte Observor recently and it seems to have originated in a Chapel Hill eatery. Quick and very tasty. I used dried parsley (1 tbsp) which I had on hand. Great served with an nice fresh garden salad.
This is a surefire pleaser, found many years ago on eatchicken.com. So easy, yet different from run-of-mill baked chicken. The corn makes a great accompaniment. Supposedly this recipe eminated from farmers of Eastern Shore Maryland.
Could not find the taste I wanted, and did not want the creaminess of so many canned soup recipes. So, concoted this one and was very pleased with the results. Hope you do, too. Warning- use sirloin tips and NOT stew beef, unless you're prepared to cook dish much, much longer.
If you're looking for quick, inexpensive way to feed a hungry bunch, this tasty dish may be the answer. Basically, have doctored some directions on back of frozen food package. This could easily be revved up a notch by adding some andoule sausage or shrimp. I used a rotiserrie chicken leg quarter and had just the right amount of meat. Served with a nice garden salad.
Found this recipe in the Greer(SC)Now magazine and it could not be easier or tastier. I could not believe the end results. Needs to be topped with Cool Whip or ice cream for a true home run.
Have since replaced sugar with 12 packets of Splenda and it tastes even better with half the guilt!