The sun is back out and grilling season is about to be in full swing. Get outdoors and fire up the grill! This tasty burger option incorporates condiments found alongside a juicy steak.
Use high quality 80/20 ground beef and top with french fried onions, provolone, A1 steak sauce and my homemade horseradish mayonnaise. Continue reading
This is the ultimate meat and potatoes meal and one of the most popular main dishes in my home.
This meal has it all! Meat, corn, potatoes and cheese….kids love this and so will the men in your life. Comfort food at its best served right at home! Continue reading
I am so happy to be able to share this exciting news with you!
The first Main Dish Everyday Meals Cookbook has been published and is available for download in the on the Amazon website for just $2.99.
This cookbook has a good selection of slow cooker recipes that are easy to prepare and taste great! As a bonus, I have included the freezer prep instructions for each recipe. This added bonus gives you the ability to create “meal kits” for future meal plans.
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Here is a link to the product page where you can order the download.
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Why wait? Dinner comes around everyday! The Slow Cooker Edition –your answer to “What’s for Dinner?”
I have always loved finding new variations of traditional main courses and this is a great alternative to Chicken Cordon Bleu.
This one incorporates a tasty wine sauce, rather than taking the breaded chicken approach. I think when you try it, you will agree “different” is better! Continue reading
If you are like me and have driven to your favorite chicken joint on a Sunday only to be disappointed that you had forgotten they were closed, This recipe is for you!
Like many of you, we love Chik-fil-A so when I came across a variation that claimed to be “close to” the one-of-a-kind flavor my kids love, I had to try it out. Continue reading
Chili used to be limited to all beef or beef and pintos. Not any longer…new variations like White Chicken Chili are becoming very popular and the winter weather makes chili a great choice.
Creating a lighter version of chili is easy with the use of chicken breast meat, broth and white beans. Spice it up with onions, garlic and seasonings to customize the kick of the heat. Continue reading
Make butternut squash the star of the show at dinner this week. This flavorful veggie makes a beautiful presentation and is very good.
I love that most grocers now sell butternut squash cubed which makes it easy to use this veggie more often. Just a few added ingredients and 1 hour in the oven. Makes a great company’s coming side dish. Continue reading
A simple, yet elegant alternative to a fussy holiday meal! Cranberry Chicken Breasts are delicious as a main course or as a party appetizer.
I am always excited to discover a recipe that gives me options, and this is one that does double duty. Most often, I make it as a main course. It is a great choice for a holiday meal when you want to be free to enjoy family rather than the hustle and bustle of cooking an elaborate meal. It also makes a great choice as an appetizer for holiday gatherings by just cutting the chicken into bite sized pieces prior to cooking. Continue reading
Get the Cajun flavor you love right at home with this simple to prepare etoufee. Cold winter nights deserve a hearty portion of this Southern favorite.
The convenience of canned soups and frozen crawfish tails makes this a “quick fix” wonder that is great for Cajun food lovers in your home. For a milder version, substitute shrimp–you will still get great results! Continue reading
One of my favorite Winter warm ups is this easy and tasty cobbler. It makes the house smell fantastic while it bakes and has just a few ingredients. Any one can do this!
If you are looking for a new recipe that “screams” winter comfort, THIS IS IT! You can even prepare in advance and freeze and cook later. (I’ve shown it right before you bake it so you can see how it goes together) I make this several times in the winter. Continue reading