Kielbasa and White Bean Soup is filled with delicious kielbasa, zesty tomatoes and white beans. Simple and delicious.
Ham and Potato Gratin is a cheesy dish that is served up from your crockpot. As a kid, I grew up eating scalloped potatoes and ham. This is a similar dish, but the cheese gives it just a bit more flavor!
Adventures in Comfort Food: Incredible, Delicious and New Recipes from a Unique, Small-Town Restaurant by Kerry Altiero with Katherine Gaudet. Anyone that knows me, knows that I am all about comfort food. Those dishes that fill you with love and memories with each and every bite.
Tender pork with sweet potatoes and red bell pepper.
A big bowl of kielbasa split pea soup is the perfect way to end a busy day.
You may think that a school day is too busy for ribs, but not for these delicious, tender crockpot ribs! I shared this recipe today over at Hip Homeschool Moms. Get the recipe HERE.
Breakfast for Dinner makes a showing with these chorizo & egg burritos.
Juicy little grilled pork burgers topped with sweet mango sauce and infused throughout with atomic flavor.
Summer is here and do I have the recipe for you! Tender, apple braised baby back ribs glazed with rich barbecue sauce laced with bourbon.
This week the Sunday Supper team is excited to team up with Gallo Family Vineyards to bring you wonderful holiday foodie traditions featuring Gallo’s variety of wines. Gallo Family Vineyards offers 16 different wines all year long, including Moscato, Hearty Burgundy, Pinot Grigio and more. To see all of their varieties or to learn more…
Tender pork with tangy sauerkraut and delicious roasted potatoes.
Ham & Cheese Calzones are a simple way to put some of that holiday ham to great use. The calzones are delicious and portable! I make variations of these for occasions where we need “food to go” like our ice fishing trip this past January.
Bratwurst, beer and sauerkraut – the keys for a good Oktoberfest come together in this simple crockpot supper.
On Sunday, I shared my baked Glazed Ham recipe, along with my recipe for Scalloped Potatoes & Ham which can be made with some of the leftover ham. Well, today I am sharing another great recipe that can put to use some of your left over ham. This is one of my favorite soups, and…
This week the Sunday Supper crew has teamed up with American Family Insurance for this very special Sunday Supper event. You see, American Family Insurance is hosting a special event called the “Back to The Family Table Campaign.” The name alone shows you how much this aligns with the mission of Sunday Supper – we…
My hubby is a southern boy and southern boys do love their beans. This is his “new favorite” – until his next new favorite. Starting with 1 pound or dry, red beans, sort through them, tossing out any bad beans or stones. Put the beans in a colander/strainer and wash them with water, and set…
Pasta dishes make me happy – and Italian sausage makes me happy – toss in a dessert, and this is a happy, happy, happy kind of supper.
It’s that back-to-school time of year, and today the Sunday Supper team is sharing recipes for your lunchbox needs. I’m sharing a family favorite – sausage roll-ups.
Nice, thin pork cutlets cook like a flash in the skillet and the gravy takes only minutes to whip up. Pair this with a simple tossed salad and this quick dish makes a lovely meal for a busy weeknight supper.
Tender, flavorful country pork ribs with a slightly sweet, apple flavor. Sure to please!
This is absolute German comfort food. I love this dish – and while it may not be the most colorful supper – it is slam-packed with classic flavor.
Tender pork with a tangy & slightly sweet mustard-based “Carolina” style BBQ. The South on a bun! This recipe makes enough to feed an army…or a Super Bowl party crowd! The barbecue freezes well, so you can use half now, and save the other half for a quick dinner another time. You will start…
Biscuits and Gravy is a favorite dish around here – and made more often for “Breakfast for Dinner” than for actual breakfast! Here is how to make this simple partner for your biscuits.
When we lived in Germany, I simply loved having schnitzel when we went to any gasthaus. Traditionally schnitzel is made from veal, but you can also find many pork variations. This is my absolutely favorite schnitzel to make. The gravy is rich and creamy, and the schnitzel is crispy and tender. I dreamed about it…