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. Continue reading “Fried Rice”
Chicken Ole’ is a quick and easy one pot meal that is ready in about 30 minutes. It satisfies my family’s love for Mexican food with a combination of rice, black beans, chicken and corn. Served with a side of tortilla chips and it is a full meal. Continue reading “Chicken Ole’”
I love being able to provide my family a home cooked meal that is easy to prepare, well-balanced and they all love.
My home-style meat and potatoes is just that. It is also ideal to take to someone after having a baby or re-covering at home. One pan contains potatoes, hamburger patties and green beans.
Foods we enjoy as adults depends greatly on what we ate growing up. When my husband and I got married he did not eat many vegetables. This was due to the fact his mother always cooked them until they were mushy.
Cauliflower is one of the vegetables he refused to eat. One day several years ago we had a disagreement about different taste in foods. He agreed to eat whatever I fixed that night for dinner. I made Pasta Primavera. He now will eat cauliflower in this dish and even requests that I make it.
This recipe is quick and easy to make. In the time it takes to cook spaghetti noodles, dinner is ready.
Today is Homemade Soup Day – can you guess what’s for dinner?
Minestrone soup is a favorite around here. This super quick recipe has become a staple during winter months. I can keep all the ingredients on hand (except the spinach- which is optional). And it cooks up quick, which is very important for my busy family. It is a complete meal in one bowl.