Sunday, January 26, 2020

10 Perfect Chili Recipes

With winter here, nothing better than chili. Hearty, filling and delicious. Chili is very versatile. I'm sure you all have your own take on chili. 

Chili is comfort food at it best, it's rich and filling. In my home chili is a staple. We can eat chili any time of the year. 

I have gathered the best chili recipes to warm you inside out. 

Sunday, January 12, 2020

14 Veggie Recipes for Easy Dinner

Roasting veggies is healthier way to cook veggies. Boiling veggies waters down nutrients in a lot of veggies. It seems like in January people want to go on a diet. Eating healthy doesn't mean you have to sacrifices taste. If your looking for delicious veggie side dish, you came to the right place. No need to eat boring veggies, try one or more of these veggie recipes. 

Saturday, December 28, 2019

Zucchini Boats with Tomatoes and Rice

Zucchini is a fruit, but in the culinary world treat like a vegetable. Prepared, cooked and presented as a savory dish or accompaniment. Zucchini is best grown in warm, dry climate. After 8 weeks zucchini is harvest. 

95 percent of zucchini is water. Zucchini is low in fat and cholesterol free, making this vegetable healthy for all. Zucchini has vitamin c, vitamin a, folate, potassium and more. Also high in fiber which helps with digestion. 

Sunday, December 8, 2019

Sausage and Pepper Quesadillas

Sausage and Pepper Quesadillas are filled with onions and bell pepper. And lots of italian sausage. Love quesadillas for lunch or dinner. 

Quesadillas are always a hit around here for lunch or dinner. They also make a great appetizer for a party. You pretty much clean out your refrigerator and place between two tortillas and add as much cheese as you like and your good to go. 

We've tried so many different types of quesadillas, but sausage and pepper is high on the list. If you like sausage and pepper sandwich, you have to tried this recipe. 

Friday, November 15, 2019

18 Ground Beef Recipes - Perfect for Busy Moms

What's on your dinner table tonight? Ground beef? I read an article while back that in America, 50 percent of all beef we eat is ground beef. Now, that's a lot of ground beef. I understand why. Ground beef is inexpensive and very versatile. Easy to cook, add seasoning and brown. It's easy to get into a rut, making the same thing over and over. No longer. We've got so many ground beef recipes. 

Sunday, November 3, 2019

How to Broil Pork Chops in a Convection Toaster Oven

Cooking in a toaster oven is faster than cooking in your oven. Toaster oven use fans to heat through and around your food rather the heat coming from bottom or top. Pork chops are tender and juicy when cooked in a toaster oven. High in protein. For healthy, quick and delicious, the toaster oven is an important kitchen appliance to have.  

Thursday, October 17, 2019

Creamy Ham and Pasta Skillet

So, I invited a male friend over for lunch. Made this recipe for him. We listen to music, ate and talked for hours. While he was eating, he said this so good. He ask for more. He really enjoyed this recipe and you will too. 

Simple and easy to put together. Great way to use up that leftover ham. You can serve this with your favorite vegetable or simple green salad.

Friday, September 27, 2019

Slow Cooker Frito Chili Bowl

But your slow cooker to work. Make this simple delicious chili recipe. Do you like Fritos and chili? Yes. You will love this recipe. You'll love the versatility of frito chili pie. Spoon over corn chips, serve as a casserole, or take it on the go serve in a chip bag. 

Monday, September 2, 2019

Ham and Noodles

Looking for leftover ham recipes? You just bought ham steak and not sure how to use it. Look no further. This one skillet meal is perfect one to use. Throw this in your skillet and make it tonight. The holidays are right around the corner, you may have leftover ham, so safe this recipe. 

Do you like skillet pasta meals? Yes! I knew you would. Leave a comment below, love to hear from you. Also share. 

Sunday, August 18, 2019

Fix it and Forget it - Slow Cooker Recipes and Tips


Do you love your slow cooker, as much as we do? Research shows that 80% of American household own a slow cooker. I love my slow cooker, it's great for anytime of the year, especially during summer, when it's so hot. Keep your oven off during summer and relay on your slow cooker. 

If you don't own a slow cooker, I recommend one, click here.

We most often refer to fresh herbs, but not here when slow cooking. They concentrate flavor in cookers high moisture environment. If you want to use fresh herbs use them at the end of cooking or as a garnish. 

Do use the right size cooker, should be filled between one half to two thirds. Buy cheap cuts of meat. The slow cooker will keep them moist and tender. Brown meat before adding to slow cooker. Open lid as little as possible, best not to open lid at all. It takes the slow cooker 20 to 30 minutes to come back up to set temperature. Any leftover food should be transfer to food storage bowl before placing in refrigerator. Spray inside slow cooker with non stick cooking spray, makes for easy clean up. Cooking on high 1 hour is about equal to cooking on low for 2 hours. Place vegetables like potatoes, carrots and other root veggies on the bottom of slow cooker. 

Sunday, August 4, 2019

Garlic Sauteed Broccoli

Fresh broccoli from Mennonite Farm and Market in Delano,TN. I absolutely love this place, and a beautiful drive there. 

Sometimes Mennonites are often mistaken for Amish. Mennonites are not Amish. While Mennonites and Amish come from the same Anabaptist roots that begin in 16th century. Amish became a separate group from Mennonites. They both have many of the same beliefs, but Amish is stricter. Amish created their own communities isolated from the world, while Mennonites did not. They both live with no electricity, transportation is horse and buggy, hang clothes on clothes line, plain clothes and no technology. 

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