The classic goodness of skillet cornbread filled with the comfort of a bacon cheeseburger. Supper is ready with this one skillet dish.
Who says nachos are just for football games? Chili Cheese Nachos make a great quick and easy weeknight supper that your family will love.
Pastichio is a food of love – what I would describe as a Greek version of lasagna. When I made this for my family, it sparked off a debate as to which was better – Traditional Lasagna, or this. The family was divided.
A flavorful beef and bean enchilada bake with just a little kick – sure to please at your next potluck or family gathering.
Garlicky crockpot roast beef sandwiches await in your slowcooker – just pair with some tots and a salad and supper is done!
Today I am sharing a great simple recipe with you – steak quesadillas. You’ll need: 1 pound flank steak 1 teaspoon all-purpose seasoning 1 red bell pepper 1 red onion 2 cups shredded Monterrey Jack Cheese 1 cup guacamole 6 flour tortillas To begin, slice your flank steak into thin slices. Sprinkle with the…
Spinach, feta and roasted red peppers beautifully highlight the flavors of this grilled flank steak.
Perfectly grilled skewers of flank steak, paired with the best of grilled summer vegetables. Today I have the next in the summer grilling series that I have teamed up with Sweet Sunshine Sauces to bring you.
Steak Diane is a classic dish – tender steaks topped with a tangy sauce. Dinner is ready in minutes.
Cincy chili is Cincinnati Style Chili – a quick chili served with spaghetti noodles. It may sound odd like it did to my family…until they tried it and immediately fell in love!
Everything you love in a cheeseburger, rolled up into a fun little package. I originally shared this recipe on my old website, and later mentioned this in a post for the “Mooseburger Calzones” that I made for our ice fishing trip last year. I’ve had so many requests for this, that I knew I needed…
Today we are being joined by Gallo Family Vineyards to celebrate fathers! We’re bringing you recipes to honor our fathers, whether the father that raised you, or the father that is raising kiddos with you. When I was a kid, my dad enjoyed grilling out. He had a little charcoal grill, and there…
Did you know that April is National Grilled Cheese Month? Honest to goodness, I had no idea, but am I ever on board with that! I grew up in Wisconsin, so needless to say, dairy is a big deal in my life. I remember going to Wisconsin Dells when I was a kid and always…
Tender beef with parsnips and carrots slow cooked in a rich broth makes Beef Daube an absolutely comforting supper.
This is a great crockpot meal for a weeknight. Beef that is infused with peppers and vinegar to create tangy, tender and slightly spicy sandwiches.
With onion infused burgers broiled while you sauté the lovely onions – this is a fun and flavorful weeknight supper.
A crockpot full of these Super Sloppy Joes are the perfect addition to your Super Bowl Bash, or simply supper this week.
If you’ve ever wanted to experiment with making beef stew in your crockpot, this is the recipe you want to make. Trust me. The stew itself has an amazingly rich flavor and the beef is fall apart tender.
When December 31st rolls around every year, it is a time of reflecting on the things that have taken place in the past year. How much you have grown, the life changes that have occurred, the milestones reached, the laughter and the tears. We also find ourselves looking towards the new year. What will it…
Today the Sunday Supper team is bringing you great food ideas for your holiday entertaining. I’ll be sharing Carnita Style Beef. What I love about this dish, is that there is very little hands-on cooking time. It bakes in the oven for just shy of 2 hours, then a couple minutes of prep, and it…
Steak Pot Pie is such a classic comfort food, that is oh, so good!
Sour Cream Cubed Steaks in a tangy sauce – baked to moist, tender perfection.
This yummy soup combines the flavor of your favorite burger with the comfort of your favorite stew.
This stew is a stick to your ribs kind of dish. With whole new potatoes, big chunks of carrot, slices of beef and a beer based broth – is it a surprise to hear that my husband loves this? This is a very rustic dish, very manly ;)