This dish has been one we have often made during the Christmas holidays. It is a family favorite. The recipe came from the Frugal Gourmet - Jeff Smith The only thing we changes is to double the amounts for the Cranberry sauce as we love having extra sauce on the side to serve over the roated pork.
This is a mild spicy soup that is perfect on a cold day. This is my take on the soup served at Olive Garden which I love. Instead of kale I use escarole or spinach as a preference for my family.
It’s so easy to make and makes a very large pot to feed a crowd. Cut the recipe in half if not so much soup is desired.
There are many versions out there on how to make those theme park turkey legs that I have found. Some were way too salty or smokey for us. So I experimented and came up with this simple version that was close as we could get to those you get at the parks. We just use a simple back yard smoker, nothing fancy and they tasted so good.
What more can I say but this is just one of those recipes I have been making for years that my family enjoys. One of those comfort food favorites.
Serve it over toast points, noodles or rice. This version is just a bit different from others I have seen.
I was looking for an easy yet different way to make Leg of Lamb for Easter dinner this year. I found this recipe at Rachael Ray's web site. The lamb turned out tender and very delicious. Served it with rosemary roasted potatoes and veggie sides.
The recipes says serves 6 but we had plenty left over that I made Gyros for dinner the next night.
A simple recipe that will impress the seafood lovers in your family.
So simple to make at home that you will never have to go out and order this dish again. So get out your red checkered table cloth, some wine glasses and enjoy.
I have a deli style potato salad I've been making for years but sometimes I like to serve something with just a bit different flavor. This recipe is based on a few others where I tweeked it to an enjoyable flavor for our family. I hope you all enjoy it too.
I found this recipe years back in a Bisquick Cookbook. These are truly melt-in-your-mouth pancakes. They are so light and fluffy. I no longer use any ready made pancake mixes since finding this recipe. I often add blueberries or chocolate chips or crumbled bacon. They are delicious every time. Hope you like them too.
My family loves this hearty clam chowder I adapted from various other recipes. This makes one very large pot of clam chowder and will feed a nice gathering of family and friends. Great meal for the family on a cold Saturday night after shoveling snow. Hope you enjoy it.
This is a delicious ground beef and eggplant dish for eggplant lovers! I have varied this dish several times by using ground pork and also Italian sausage meat either pork or chicken in place of the ground beef.
This recipe is right at the top the list as one of my husband's favorite comfort food meals.
This recipe isn't recommented with pasta that has ridges or curls. It is a sauce that is meant to coat the pasta or spaghetti and served immediately. The quanity of sauce is ample for this recipe when using the correct pasta type.