Once upon a time, I was a volunteer firefighter. That was many years ago when I was in much better shape. However, this soup was made by the wife of another volunteer. Sometimes we just all pooled whatever we had, and on a cold night after fighting fire, this was mighty tasty!
I work 12-14 hour days as a nurse and am always on the lookout for quick and easy meals. I found this recipe in the coupon section of the paper and it fit the bill.Unfortunately I could not enter the exact ingredient(listed below as Alfredo pasta). It is a Knorr-Lipton Alfredo Pasta Side, found with the other packaged pastas.
This is a snack that I frequently make on the weekends, it's open to many kinds of variations. Just throw in the pizza toppings that you like! Although this is made in the slow cooker, I have simmered it on the stove as well. Just make certain you stir occasionally.
This is my re-creation of a dish from my favorite Italian restaurant. The restaurant serves it with roasted red potatoes, which is the perfect accompaniment, along with some hot Italian bread. Hope you enjoy!
Lum's was a restaurant back in the '60s and early '70s that was unique in that it was modeled after a trolley. The burgers were HUGE, messy and delicious! It was the first place I had ever eaten what would now be considered "seasoned fries". I found this recipe while surfing the net a few years ago and had forgotten about it. I have tried it and it does taste remarkably like I remember it. Times and portions are approximate.