Delicious melted cheese, ham, bacon and green onion stromboli! Perfect for a weeknight or weekend dinner when you are pinched for time and are craving some Italian comfort food!…
One pan Lemon Garlic Butter Chicken is moist and full of flavor! You can have this wonderful chicken dish on your table in less than 30 minutes!…
I don’t know about you, but where we are…it’s just too hot to cook inside. So, I have been a grilling Mama! Grilled chicken is the best. I have nine delicious grilled chicken recipes for you. The great thing is that the chicken doesn’t take long to cook on the grill, so you can have your meal on the table in under 20 minutes! Here you will find different recipes for marinades. All are scrumptious and inviting! So, get your grill started and let your palate be pleased!
Creamy Corn and Bacon Chowder for #SundaySupper. Easy one pot Creamy Corn and Bacon Chowder full of corn, veggies, and bacon can be on your table in under 45 minutes!
We are celebrating Regional Food Specialties this Sunday!
Living in gorgeous Maine, most people associate this state’s food with Lobster Rolls, Blueberry Cobbler and Chowder, or as the locals pronounce it, Chowdah! Since it is spring and lobsters and blueberries aren’t as plentiful, but boy- oh- boy, bacon, potatoes and corn are, I created an easy and so delicious Corn and Bacon Chowder.
I have been on a budget since we had kids and even before then! It’s not hard to stick to a budget when it comes to grocery shopping and planning meals. Look for your favorite items on sale, and buy in bulk, as it’s more economical. Make a meal plan every week; this way you know what your meals will be and you will shop for necessary items. Eat leftovers, and serve the leftovers with different sides to change it up. Here you will find some of the best budget friendly meals on the web that are so delicious!
Summer potlucks are so much fun and easy to put together! Ask your guests to bring an appetizer or dessert or beverage and you supply wine/beer and soft drinks. Set everything up outside. Put on some beautiful music. Light the citronella candles and enjoy!
When you are invited to a potluck, no need to worry what to bring, I have you covered! Here you will find easy apps, easy desserts and a couple main course choices should you need them. Either way, the party guests will be wowed by what you create! Be ready to supply the recipe, you will be asked!
Baked Jalapeno Popper Phyllo Cups
But let’s face it, after a long, hard day at work, you probably aren’t in the mood to make an extravagant meal, you want something delicious that doesn’t take a lot of time to prepare. That’s why I have compiled this amazing list of the most delicious chicken recipes you can make. From chicken tenders to Chicken Cacciatore, there may be some new recipes on here that you have never thought of making, so go ahead, think out of the (fried chicken) box!
What do you do when you have a package of chicken thighs and a package of corn tortillas??? Make Delicious Stacked Chicken Enchiladas!
Living in the country, we don’t have too many choices of Authentic Mexican Food, so I came up with this recipe to make up for this!
- Shredded Chicken, Recipe for Shredded Chicken click HERE
- 1 package Corn Tortillas
- 1/2 package Jack Cheese, grated
- 1/2 package Feta Cheese, crumbled
- Green Salsa, 1/2 cup plus more for garnish
- Cilantro, for garnish
- On a large Baking sheet lay out corn tortillas, overlap. Place Shredded Chicken, Jack Cheese, Feta Cheese, Green salsa, lay the rest of Corn Tortillas to cover the fillings, add more cheese on top.
- Bake at 400 for 20 minutes, or until golden brown and bubbly. Add cilantro and green salsa as garnishes.
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With summer here, no one wants their oven on all day, challenges of a food blogger who loves to bake!
I fell in love with our local cheese shop, I had to try everything and even picked up a beautiful pancetta end. A delicious “SAUCE” entertained my thoughts…..but I knew it had to be made in my Slow Cooker for low and slow flavors. Our farmers market has incredible choices of sausages in the summer. We tasted all of the many flavors and chose the Veal Italian sausage. I also had a package of spicy sausage, lucky me. The flavors were starting to come together, now for veggies. Roast them in your oven in the morning, along with the sausages when the weather is still cool, well it is in Maine… they were giving away garlic scapes at my favorite farm stand, so I had to add them.
So this sauce is even better the next day, you will want to bathe in, yes it’s that good, something like the pasta those cute waiters will serve you in Florence, with their sweet smiles, knowing you have no idea what they are saying, but it doesn’t matter because they are serving a gorgeous pasta dish that even your Italian Grandmother would be proud of you for making. Love you Grandma Frances.
- 1 Pancetta end
- 1 package Veal Italian Sausage
- 1 package Spicy Sausage
- 1 large Vidalia Onion sliced
- 4 large tomatoes
- 1 jar Pasta Sauce~ Silver Palate
- 1 container Chicken Stock
- Olive Oil
- 1 package Ziti Pasta
- garlic scapes
- Fresh Grated Parmesan~ 1 cup
- Mozzarella~ 2 cups shredded
- Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Cover baking sheet with foil, place sausages on sheet, bake until brown, (flip after 10 minutes to other side)
- In a bowl, toss veggies with a couple TBSP Olive Oil. On a separate baking sheet roast veggies, onions, tomatoes, garlic scapes until soft and tender.
- Add sausages, pancetta, Sauce, Chicken Stock and veggies to Crock Pot. Cook on low 7-8 hours of on Low for 4-5 hours. Remove scapes and pancetta end.
- Cook Ziti pasta as directed.
- In a glass baking dish, spray with PAM, add pasta, 2-3 cups of sauce ( make sure pasta is all covered), Parmesan Cheese and Mozzarella Cheese. Bake at 400 degrees for 15-20 minutes or until brown and bubbly.
- Serve with extra Parmesan Cheese and fresh basil, my yummy garlic bread, salad, and a bottle of Chianti! Bon Apetito! Nettie <3
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Hi everyone, Vonnie here from My Catholic Kitchen. My friend Nettie is gone for a few weeks helping a friend after surgery. So, I offered to guest post for her until she gets back.
I had a real hard time trying to pick out what I wanted to make. I wanted to make something that made everyone feel welcome and comforting. I decided to go with the Sloppy Joe.
Some foods reminds us of nostalgia. I remember going to school and finding out they were serving Sloppy Joes and that would make my day complete. My mom always thought they were way to messy and would hardly ever make them for us. So it always seemed like a treat when we had them.
There is something comforting with this elbow on the table, big old napkin wiping sandwich. That is, if you want to call it a sandwich. It does contain a bun, but it certainly is not a hamburger although it does have hamburger in the ingredients.
Sloppy Joes are in a class by themselves. They are the epitome of comfort food.
1 pound ground beef
1 medium Spanish onion minced
1/3 cup ketchup
1/2 cup yellow mustard
1/3 cup molasses
Brown ground beef and onion in a large skillet. Drain all the fat. Mix ketchup, mustard and molasses. Mix into the ground beef and heat through. Serve on your favorite bun.