A few years ago I was enticed to go to a location and pre-make meals to freeze for the week. I found that wasn't for me because it still took a chunk of time to go make the meals. I've recently been introduced to the choice of home food delivery where you get the ingredients and recipes "mailed" to you. It's the latest trend and I want to try it, but what's the best?
While turkey is always the main event, without the side dishes you haven't got a Thanksgiving meal. Here are three ideas for easy delicious side dishes to compliment your masterpiece Thanksgiving turkey.
I couldn't believe how many people served ham this past Easter. I saw them going home with people when myself and the Denfeld Cheer Team were bagging groceries at Cub as a fundraiser. So, I figure there MUST be lots of leftover ham and I have an awesome recipe from Taste of Home to help use it up!
After years of alternating between two family favorite chili recipes, I've found a third. Surprisingly, it's made with hunks of pork and is super easy to make. I found the recipe from Taste of Home and tried it over the weekend. Here's three reason why I think you should try it too.
Our 5 year old loves Cheesy Hamburger Helper Macaroni. So much, that after last time I made it, we didn't have enough for 2 adults and 1 child. Last night I made it again because I needed to cook something fast and easy while the baby slept. So I reached for a box of Hamburger Helper.... But I only had one box! What to do?
Two? Three? How many cheesy biscuits do you eat at one sitting when you're at Red Lobster? My friend had given me a recipe to make pseudo cheesy biscuits and they taste just like the ones at the restaurant, but when I saw this recipe on facebook that makes a loaf, I knew I had to share. Share it with your friends and family too....YUM!
Once the cold snap is over and we can return to skiing, skating, Polar Bear Plunging and other outdoor activities. After being out in the cold air warm yourself from the inside with piping hot, easy to make, flavored coffee from Taste of Home.
Besides the game, these cute little cream cheese penguins from allrecipes.com will be the conversation piece at your football or tailgating party tomorrow night. I'm going to try to make them so I read the reviews and can offer some tips:
A Tom and Jerry is a traditional Christmastime cocktail that a British journalist came up with in the 1820s. It is most commonly seen in Wisconsin and Minnesota and uses eggnog with brandy and rum added, it can be served hot (my choice), or cold.
Days like today, you just have to have a warm dinner. It's also an excuse to use up some of that venison in the freezer with this recipe. In fact, this is the only way I make venison steaks and chops anymore, because the family likes it so much.