Are you tired of hamburgers this time of year? Are you looking for an easy supper that’s BIG on taste?
You will love these sliders.
This is a new recipe that’s a fun take… Continue reading
Taco Bake has two of the foods kids love most–tacos and macaroni and cheese–combined in one cheesy, family-friendly recipe. I found this dish in a Kraft magazine years ago, and you can pretty much figure if it’s… Continue reading
In these long, lazy days of summer, when it’s too hot to cook and you’re feeling, well, lazy, there’s nothing better than grabbing a bowl of something that’s already made and calling it dinner. Or… Continue reading
It’s National Chili Dog Day! Who thinks up these things anyway? But I’m glad the day is here because I’d love to share this classic casserole to help you celebrate!
The recipe is a kid-favorite,… Continue reading
Isn’t this pretty? The vegetables are bright and colorful with the smoked sausage. Even better, you cook it all up in a skillet and then serve from it, too.
Smoked Sausage Stir-Fry is a Taste… Continue reading
If you follow me on Swanky Kitchen, you might recall a recent blog I did on Strawberry Salsa. One of the ingredients was Catalina salad dressing. And if you’re like me, you had… Continue reading
Years ago, while at a day-long brainstorming session at the home of NY Times Bestselling author, Victoria Alexander (www.victoriaalexander.com), she served the most fabulous dish–Mediterranean Chicken Couscous–for lunch. Since then, I’ve made it more… Continue reading
Years ago while thumbing through a magazine, I came across a meatball recipe made with Stove Top stuffing, and I was immediately intrigued. Now, those of you who know me will probably recall that there are no better… Continue reading
Long before ‘brinner’ became one of those clever twists on the English language, I was making this sausage and potato omelet for dinner. Ironically, I’ve never made it for breakfast. It’s satisfying and filling, and if there’s a… Continue reading
It’s National Cabbage Day! Hey, I admit cabbage gets a bad rep, but mixed with hamburger and onion in these little pocket sandwiches, it’s so good!
Runzas (not the original name) originated in Russia in the 1800’s, but the… Continue reading