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February 22nd, 2010

Vegetable Recipes: Baked Cabbage Recipe

Cabbage is one of those veggies you either love in most forms, or absolutely hate with a passion . My
family happens to really enjoy it, and we are always experimenting with cabbage recipe’s.
It doesn’t matter if the cabbage is in slaw, stuffed, fried or boiled. The baked cabbage recipe below
has long been a family favorite, and goes well with almost any main dish.
Give it a try the next time you’re in the mood to slice, dice, boil and bake! It really is easier than it looks.
Vegetable Recipes: Baked Cabbage Recipe

January 1st, 2010

Crockpot Recipes: Sauerkraut

Looking for a great, yet easy side dish to serve with a meal or just a sandwich? Try sauerkraut! Long under-rated, it is quite delicious if cooked right. Give this old recipe a try…don’t worry about the caraway seeds if you’re out of them. I actually prefer this recipe without, but others enjoy the caraway flavor. You’re in the kitchen it’s your call!

Crockpot Recipes: Sauerkraut Recipe

December 24th, 2009

Christmas Dinner Recipe’s: Easy Creamed Peas

Have you had green bean casserole on your Christmas dinner recipes list forever and sometimes wish you could replace it with an easy yet still tasty vegetable? Give peas a chance ( bad pun, I know ).
Usually when peas are mentioned around here, there’s groans and complaining….unless I say creamed peas.
Below is a simple, basic, yet surprisingly tasty recipe. The garlic salt is optional, as is the cheese.
If you’re new to cooking, this recipe is very hard to mess up…give it a try!
Christmas Dinner Recipe’s: Easy Creamed Peas Recipe

December 23rd, 2009

Christmas Dinner Recipes: Easy Glazed Carrots

Still looking for Christmas dinner recipe’s? Think of everyday vegetables with just a few minor changes, like glazed carrots. This dish can be as complicated as you want to make it or simple and somewhat quick.
I think my family has tried them all and we still prefer the most basic, not because it’s so easy, but because we prefer the taste. Kids and adults with an aversion to carrots actually like these whenever I serve them.
Give them a try this season. You might end up making them throughout the year!
Christmas Dinner Recipes: Easy Glazed Carrots Recipe

December 20th, 2009

Christmas Dinner Recipe’s: Corn Pudding

Finding Christmas dinner recipe’s need not be a stressful task. Sometimes simply sticking to the foods we normally eat is the best path to take…we just change the recipe a bit and change the name and usually end up with a dish everyone enjoys. Corn pudding is a creamed corn recipe that is nutritious as well as delicious and quite easy to prepare and is usually eaten as a side dish instead of a dessert. Give it try this Holiday…you might enjoy it enough to make it year ’round!
Christmas Dinner Recipe’s: Corn Pudding Recipe

December 19th, 2009

Christmas Dinner Recipe’s : Potatoes Romanoff

Christmas dinner recipe’s can be overwhelming for even the well seasoned cook, but for those just starting out and making their first Christmas dinner it can be terrifying! However, it need not be.
Think of what you and your guests enjoy eating and factor that in when making out your menu. Holiday dinner’s usually consists of foods we eat all year, just a bit fancier during the season. Fancy doesn’t have to mean complicated! Over the next few days we will put up some delicious recipe’s that are fairly easy to make, yet are always a big hit at family gatherings.
I’ll start with Potatoes Romanoff. They are a combination of scalloped and au gratin potatoes, the name just sounds like a difficult dish! One thing to keep in mind when making this recipe is you might run into a picky eater. If you know one will be among your guests, simply prepare a small amount of mashed potatoes as an alternative.
Christmas Dinner Recipe’s : Potatoes Romanoff Recipe

November 4th, 2009

Cauliflower with Tomatoes and Onion

Ever tire of the same old vegetable side dishes? I know we tire of the standard corn, peas, green beans etc., and try to vary our vegetables often. Getting the little one’s ( and some stubborn older ones) to experiment is often an exercise in futility, but I’ve found if it looks appealing, they will not only try it, but actually enjoy it. The cauliflower recipe below has been a big hit around here for a long time…I just never mention to the stubborn ones they are eating cauliflower! This side dish goes very well with chicken, pork or seafood. It’s quick, easy and delicious…give it a try!
Cauliflower with Tomatoes and Onion Recipe

October 9th, 2009

Blue Cheese Potatoes

Does your family ever tire of the same old side dishes? Do you ever wish there was more you could do with potatoes than mash, fry or bake them? If so, then try the delightful and tasty potato recipe below…especially if you’re fond of blue cheese and bacon.
If you’re only feeding 3-4 people, simply cut the ingredients in half.
Blue Cheese Potatoes Recipe

October 7th, 2009

Seasoned Sweet Potato Slices

It’s sweet potato time! Not sure why folks don’t eat them throughout the year, but we seem to zero in on fall and the holidays for this delicious and nutritious potato. Below is an easy and fast sweet potato recipe that can be used as a snack or served with any main meal. Try it soon! It might just make you want them more than a few times a year!
Seasoned Sweet Potato Slices Recipe

October 3rd, 2009

Wasted Potatoes : GAP Allows 10 Tons To Rot

Bet you thought you would find a recipe by that name and not some old grandma going on a rant. Not today. Some things need to be said, even on a food blog, about the sorry state our country is in, and some of the insane laws we could do without.
This is another Michigan story that in my opinion, ranks right up there with the woman not allowed to watch her neighbors children at the bus stop. Let me explain. Read more