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February 20th, 2010

Crock Pot Recipes: Easy Crock Pot Swiss Steak Recipe

If you enjoy good, old fashioned Swiss steak but hate the thought of being in the kitchen for an extended amount of time, find your crock pot and try this very easy Swiss Steak recipe. I occasionally brown the flour dredged meat in a small amount of vegetable oil, but it isn’t necessary. This can be made overnight and reheated at supper time, or you can place the ingredients in the pot and walk away for the day.

Crock Pot Recipes: Easy Crock Pot Swiss Steak Recipe

February 16th, 2010

Corned Beef Recipe’s: Crock Pot Corned Beef And Cabbage Recipe

One of my most favorite meals growing up was corned beef and cabbage. I still remember my mom standing over a hot stove all day whenever she made it…and often thought better her than me! With the crock pot, though, you can put everything in it and walk away for a hours!
This simple and delicious recipe is melt-in-your-mouth tender when it’s done, and only takes a short time to prepare.
An added bonus is there is virtually no clean up!
Give this one a try soon if you enjoy corned beef and cabbage!

Crock Pot Corned Beef And Cabbage Recipe

January 22nd, 2010

One Pot Meal Recipes: Beef and Rotini Recipe

Looking for easy, nutritious and delicious recipes you can make without messing up the whole kitchen and dirtying all the pots and pans? You’ll find one of our favorites below…give it a try!

One Pot Meal Recipes: Beef and Rotini Recipe

December 6th, 2009

Meatball Recipes: Easy Baked Meatballs

Almost everyone I know appreciates good meatballs, including my oldest vegetarian daughter ( she uses fake meat but follows this recipe ). This is the easiest recipe I have for them. I know some folks just add onion soup mix to hamburger and roll it into the shape of a meatball, but that hardly counts in my book! Give this simple recipe a try…they are delicious in anything that calls for meatballs!

Meatball Recipes: Easy Baked Meatballs

November 7th, 2009

Beef Tenderloin with Blue Cheese

Nowhere is it written that you must have a turkey ( or ham ) at Thanksgiving. This wonderful Holiday, which gives us a time to reflect on and count our blessings usually means family, friends, unexpected guests and is filled with traditions handed down for generations. That doesn’t mean we have to adhere to them 100%.

Personally, I prefer tradition…but a family vote years ago decided every other year we would do someone’s favorite dinner. This year, we will be having beef tenderloin with a delicious blue cheese sauce. ( I’m still bargaining for a turkey breast and Stove Top dressing on the side ).

If you’re inclined to go against the grain, try this wonderful tenderloin recipe!
Beef Tenderloin with Blue Cheese Recipe

November 1st, 2009

Mediterranean Stew over Mashed Potatoes

If you enjoy cooking and don’t mind being in the kitchen, this is a fun and delicious recipe for any occasion; although around here it tends to go over better with the adults. Perhaps it’s the wine you’re inclined to share when another grown-up wanders into the kitchen :-) Give it a try next time you feel that creative cooking urge!
Mediterranean Stew over Mashed Potatoes Recipe

October 31st, 2009

Crock-Pot Stroganoff

I just ran across one of our favorite crock pot recipe’s and had to share. After all the Halloween festivities, no one around here is going to feel like cooking tomorrow. Not only is the following nutritious, it’s delicious as well…and you have the added benefit of very little clean-up!
Crock-Pot Stroganoff Recipe

October 26th, 2009

Cabbage Sloppy Joes

If you’re looking for a fast and filling lunch or dinner recipe, you might enjoy the cabbage sloppy joe recipe below. I’m fortunate in having a family that loves all vegetables, including cabbage and this recipe is no exception. I learned this one from a friend out west…I have used cole slaw as a topping on sloppy joes and BBQ, but never considered cooking cabbage in with the hamburger. Be sure to try this unique version! It was quickly added to our family favorites! This also has the added benefit of minimal clean-up!
Cabbage Sloppy Joes Recipe

October 10th, 2009

Crockpot Cajun Roast

Crock-pots are the best friend of inexpensive cuts of meat. There’s nothing that tenderizes meat better than slow cooking and we use ours often. The aroma wafts throughout the house and builds dinner time anticipation as well. One of our favorite recipes is the Cajun roast. If you don’t like hot sauce, leave it out. On the other hand, if the “hotter the better” describes you, add as much as you want. ( Within reason )
Give this a try next time you’re in the mood for something a bit spicy…it’s wonderful!
Crockpot Cajun Roast Recipe

September 14th, 2009

Horseradish Gravy

Yes, it really exists, and if you like your beef a bit spicy, this is a winner. Adjust ingredients according to your preference for a mild, medium or hand me the fire extinguisher gravy!
I really enjoy making various sauces and gravies since there is so little that can go wrong and so many delicious taste sensations can be conjured up by accident. Try this *gravy* the next time you want to spice up dinner…it’s sure to please!
Horseradish Gravy Recipe