Beef Stroganoff: Mouthwatering, delicious, tasty… just a few words to describe this flavorful recipe. Don’t be surprised if there are no left-overs! The recipe is easy to make and there are several variations that could be done.
This is my “special seasoning” for chicken and turkeys. The meat is so tender it often falls apart! In fact, I’ve never made a dry chicken or turkey.
When it comes to the pig, I can admit to being a big fan. Bacon, sausage, and ham are just a few of my favorite food groups *wink*. In my opinion, you can never have too many ham recipes. This packs a big punch for such a small recipe.
This became one of my favorite ways to serve ham with the very first bite. Although I prefer a large ham for Christmas and Easter, it makes for a nice Sunday dinner without the fuss.
These tasty hot dogs make a fun lunch or quick dinner that the kids will love – even the grown up kind of kid! Kids will also enjoy helping you to prepare them.
The Homemade Crispy Fries recipe is similar to the potato wedges/Jo-Jos that you can buy in delis and convenience stores. Because they are oven-cooked instead of deep-fried, they are even healthier.
French dip sandwiches are one of my all-time favorite dinners and lunches, snacks, you name it. I can still remember the first time my mom served them. As you know, finger food is the best kid food! This is an extremely tasty recipe that I’ve fallen in love with. We usually eat them with my nummy home-made crispy fries.
This is one of my favorite dinners. If I start to think about it.. I HAVE to HAVE it. Even my picky teen-ager loves it. Serve it with Mexican/Spanish rice and re-fried beans. It couldn’t be any easier to make. You can make it as spicy as you wish and it’s cinch to add ingredients to it.
The following recipe is so quick and easy, even your husband can make it! The hard part is choosing your favorite pie filling. Don’t forget the vanilla ice cream!