This recipe originally came from an old Betty Crocker Cookbook. It's a favorite of everyone who tries it out. Originally it called for you to brown the ground beef in 1/4 cup of butter but I thought the dish already had enough fat in it!
This is a great recipe from the Pioneer Woman. She says it especially great at Thanksgiving because you can make it a day ahead of time and just remove it from the refrigerator on Thanksgiving to bake. She also loves butter and often uses more than the recipe calls for. It is delicious!
Great recipe from PW. I couldn't find any hot salt so I tried a recipe for it that I found on the internet but next time I will just use salt and Cajun seasoning. PW says if you don't want to use hot salt use any seasoning you like. I didn't bother with broiling the legs, they looked just fine right out of the oven.
A recipe from our local paper from the Supper Swap Girls at GreenvilleOnline. This looks like it would be a really great way to get the kids to try some veggies. Prep time does not include marinating time.
This recipe appeared in our local paper. An unusual stir fry I haven't tried yet but plan on doing so soon. You can find more of her recipes at greenvilleonline.com at the Supper Swap blog. I think you could probably substitute boneless chicken breasts or smoked sausage for the pork. If you don't have sweet and sour sauce you could you use the packets of duck sauce you get with Chinese take-out.
This is a recipe that appeared in our local paper that's a favorite of mine. I usually use whatever chicken I have on hand and I substitute chicken broth for the beer but it still tastes great. A real comfort-food meal.
This recipe appeared in our local paper from the website GreenvilleOnline.com from the Supper Swap girls. If you like, you can use leftover cooked chicken or rotisserie chicken in the dish........just add the teriyaki sauce in with the rice. I like this recipe because it uses teriyaki sauce, which I love. You can vary the vegetables that you use.