Here’s another simple slow-cooker recipe to warm you up on a winter day.
In our house we enjoy having traditionally “breakfast” dishes for dinner. Last week, I made these for the family.
I made these the other night for my kids to have for dinner when hubby and I headed to the ball. I made them in the afternoon, and all they had to do was warm them up, and warm up the pizza sauce for dipping.
Who didn’t love Macaroni & Cheese as a kid? Do we every really outgrow that adoration for it? Well, maybe for that kind that comes out of a box. We grew up, and so can the Mac & Cheese! To begin, you are going to want about 4 cups of grated cheese. Today I…
Those of you who follow my page on Facebook, might have seen where my Uncle Mike shared a couple of his recipes. The other day, I made his Chicken Fajitas…and WOW! My family devoured them. My husband sat there staring at the dish, as though he could will more to appear.
When this lovely dish starts cooking, it smells like the holidays. With the sweetness of the orange and maple, and the evergreen-like scent of the rosemary, you’ll love the warmth it brings to your kitchen.
This is a very thick and hearty soup, great for cooler weather, and very “stick-to-your-ribs.” It is wonderful served with a nice crusty bread.
We don’t “fry” foods around here very often, so we feel like we can splurge on something like this once in a while. All things in moderation. Picnic Chicken is great on the table, and great the next day in a sandwich too…assuming you have any leftovers. In a flat dish, combine parmesan cheese… Bread…