Posts Tagged ‘Sunday Dinner’
Pork Chops & Apples are a healthy way to serve a delicious meal and dessert. The juice from the apples bakes into the pork chops creating a tender meat. The apples are a bonus delight!
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again.. I love pork chop but my hubby generally doesn’t. This is one of those recipe that he likes.
Weekend Stuffing is perfect for Sunday Dinner or anytime. It uses just the right blend of seasoning, is perfectly moist on the inside & crusty on the outside.
A tasty poultry gravy recipe made from chicken bouillon granules. When the cupboard is bare.. this recipe is great!
A couple of years ago my husband came home from his new job and told me about the chili cook-off that is held there every year. I was intrigued but I had one problem. I don’t like chili. Not too surprising, huh?
So I set out to study chili recipes and Three Bean Shredded Beef Chili is what I came up with. We swept the awards that year, winning People’s Choice & the Top Prize. You can see a picture of my hubby with his prize below the recipe. Unfortunately he kept
my his plaque at work.
Mouthwatering Slow Cooker Sweet & Sour Pork has a smooth taste that will have you begging for seconds. Serve with rice or egg noodles for a complete easy meal.
Chicken Noodle Casserole is the perfect comfort food on a cold day. It is a creamy noodle confection with a buttery, crunchy topping. Chicken Noodle Casserole makes a nice dish for a potluck. If you’re into freezer meals, prep an extra casserole in a freezable dish (seal well!). Just thaw and cook as directed.
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.
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.