This recipe was passed to me by my sister back in the mid 60's and have been making it ever since as have my children and now my older grandchildren. Needless to say it is a long time family favorite. We like these served this with either rice or egg noodles along with the gravy that is created in the pan during baking.
The following recipe is courtesy of Giada De Laurentis. Mini phyllo cups would also work well with this filling for smaller bite-size appetizers. Pastry shells may also be made using mini muffin cups with squares of puff pastry or puff pastry sheets may be cut into small squares to form pockets for the filling.
This recipe is compliments of Southern Living magazine. You may put these on before you leave for work or cook them overnight and refrigerate until dinnertime. If you make this recipe a day ahead, refrigerate overnight and remove fat from the sauce before reheating. If you reheat in the microwave, use 50% power.
The following recipe is courtesy Emeril Lagasse - The Essence of Emeril. I have been making my own fish chowder in this same manner for over 40 years and I can only add this is an excellent recipe, highly rated and reminiscent of the way in which it is made in New England but then Emeril does hale from Fall River, Massachusetts. I hope you will enjoy this comforting chowdah. NOTE: Cook time and prep times are approximate.
This recipe originally comes from a 1950's issue of Family Circle. They are delightfully tasty, crunchy little morsels I'm sure you will enjoy and so very easy to make. I have been making them on and off for my family since the early 1960's. I hope you will enjoy them as much as we do.
I came across this delightful cheese-filled ravioli and vegetable recipe one day while browsing through one of my daughter-in-law's new cookbooks and just had to try it. The family declared it a keeper. Prep and cooking times are approximate. I hope you might like it too. :)
This has been a long time family and kid friendly favorite for 40 plus years. I never knew what brown gravy sauce was or could I find it so have always used molasses. The recipe also works well on a camping menu. I have made this many, many times on a Coleman stove. Prep time is approximate. ENJOY..!! :)
A tasty appetizer with a little zip. Easy to prepare. This would also work nicely with thinly sliced ham, roast beef or smoked turkey breast from the deli. Serving size is 4-5 slices per slice of meat. Prep time is approximate.
This recipe comes from a very dear long time friend and is the best gazpacho soup I have ever had the pleasure to enjoy with just the right amount of Tabasco sauce added for my family's taste. I hope you might enjoy it too. Prep time is approximate. Chill time is cook time.
If you double the recipe, don't double the Tabasco unless you like it really hot!
I prepare and bake this in my cast iron skillet or you can pour the meat mixture into a 9-inch square dish or pie plate. This is an excellent way to serve Sloppy Joe's to the young 'uns; less mess and my grandchildren love it. OK, so don't the adults as well. Preparation and cook times are guesstimated as Zaar requires them.
This is my own recipe creation which also works well using a smoked ham picnic shoulder. For either brisket or ham reserve the cooking stock to make delightful soups. Cooking water for either boiled dinner may also be frozen to use at a later time. Cooking and prep times are approximate due to the size of meat and vegetables you use. ENJOY :)
This recipe is courtesy of Bobby Flay and yields a wonderful tasty, stock but is time consuming. SO! Rather than saying to find an easier one, I say make this when you have an easy-going Sunday afternoon in the winter...snow outside, good movie or music inside, light a fire, and great aromas fill the air...and you end up with a rich wonderful stock! Enjoy!
A warm and hearty comforting winter soup when the snow is flying and wind is blowing. Serve with warm crusty rolls or fresh bread straight from the hot oven. Prep time is approximate and does not include cook time.
This recipe comes from The Scottish Lion Country Inn once located in North Conway, NH but is now out of business after many, many years of serving delightful Scottish cuisine to the public. Some of their most requested recipes were shared with the public of which this is one from Judy Hurley's Scottish grandmother. These are wonderful served warm with butter in place of hot dinner rolls.