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I remember eating Tuna Noodle Casserole as a child growing up in the 80’s. It was an easy meal; dump a can of cream soup, some noodles and add a can of tuna in a casserole dish and bake till … Continue reading
We all have our favorite comfort foods. One of mine is meatloaf with mashed potatoes. There is just something about this dish that brings me back to my childhood and simpler times.
The other night we had Cranberry Orange Pork Tenderloin for dinner. I forgot how much my family enjoys this meal. This recipe uses only a few ingredients, and takes less then 30 minutes to prepare, making it a perfect weeknight … Continue reading
As a child, my father was stationed in Japan. I am not certain if this is where my mother learned to make fried rice, but it was a staple growing up. This is my take on my mother’s recipe.
Are you looking to add a little zing to an otherwise boring meal. Try putting Blackened seasoning on your favorite fish. This blend of spices also works great on chicken. Just mix and store until you are ready to use.
The other day, I was craving shrimp tacos and realized I had not shared this recipe with you.
Around here I only cook breakfast on the weekends. While I prefer something sweet (such as Monkey Bread), my husband prefers eggs and bacon. Cooking eggs for four different people, who each prefer them cooked differently, and trying to keep … Continue reading
Looking for a quick and easy meal during this busy time of year. Try sweet and Sour meatballs. In the time it takes to cook rice you can have a complete meal.
Today I thought I would finish up the Outdoor Cooking Merit Badge Helps that I had planned. I recently discovered you can cook eggs in a paper bag. Well, let me re-state that – I recently attempted this. I had … Continue reading