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In a hurry or running late this quick and hearty dish is the answer. Convert 1 lb. of hamburger and 3 or 4 cans of vegetables into dinner in about 40 minutes.
I made this simple recipe a few days ago. It suits a man who is hungry and needs something fast, simple, easy yet delicious food ready on the table.
This is a super simple peach cobbler recipe I learned in the fire house. It has 4 ingredients (including the pan) and is so easy, even a firefighter can do it!!!
Let's face the facts. After a long day of generally being awesome, its good to kick back. But the last thing you want to do is slave in the kitchen over some stupid Bruschetta al Pomodoro.
So here's the real deal. A recipe so simple you'll slap yourself silly, yet meaty enough to satisfy all of your twisted, carnivorous desires. Doesn't take long to make either, as long as you're ready to marinate overnight. Serve with rice or mashed potatoes with all the fixings.
Delicious, fall-off-the-bone pork chops are simmered in sauerkraut and brown gravy in this easy guy recipe.
This is a recipe for Italian Burgers. When I think of Italian, I think of Rocky Balboa...the man's man. The one who doesn't give up. Even if that burger is big and meaty. This burger adds Italian seasonings, vermicelli noodles (yes, I said noodles, what are you deaf?), 'shrooms and lots of great pasta sauce!! Yummy for your Tummy! (Yes, I said tummy and I'll say it again. Want to fight about it??)
Quick, Fast - Very simple to make. Thinking of this cheesy bacon combination is sure to make your mouth salivate.
The name is only half the story! I take al dente farfalle (bowties cooked just right), add some artichoke hearts and cannellini (white) beans, and toss the whole thing in butter and sautéed garlic. Delicious!
This is a seriously easy ticket out of the dog-house, should you ever need one! Toss this in the slow-cooker in the morning, and when the family comes home at dinner time, it's all ready to go - plus the house smells like you've been slaving away all day, when really you haven't done much at all!
Lots of folks used canned artichoke hearts in lots of dishes, but all too rarely does one see artichokes served as a stand-alone side dish. Personally, I love 'em and tend to have one every week or two. This is a very basic recipe for the person totally unfamiliar with the nettle. There are hundreds of ways to serve them, and this is the start... (If you'd like larger step-by-step pictures, send me a message)
Nice lil mix of flavors. Little sweet, little kick, little Asian, little traditional wing flavor. So tender they fall off the bone.
Sweet potatoes are roasted until tender, then mashed with a little brown sugar, minced fresh rosemary and butter. This easy and flavorful side dish is the perfect accompaniment to many main courses.
This makes a great side dish, but once the kids try it, it will become their main dish. The directions were made simple enough for a ten year old or a real beginner cook wanting to go beyond take-out or boxed dinners. Great for pot luck dinners too.
My Grandmother used to make this when I was a kid. Spread over toasted English Muffins. Broil or bake until hot and bubbly. Quick, Easy, and Fun! Kids and adults will enjoy!
Easy homemade basic cake from scratch that you can add anythings to and make any flavor you like. This is a family recipe that we have passed down 4 or more generations. You can add thing like 1/4 cup cocoa or a of box JELL-O(R) powder to make other flavors.
Fast and easy gazpacho for hot summer days. Top with cilantro and tortilla chips.
The mixture of spices produce a dark red roasted chicken that is simply delicious. Turkey comes out well also - just triple the rub ingredients and adjust the cook time for the size turkey you are preparing.
One of the cooks I work with turned me on to this recipe. It is easy to put together. It has fresh fruit and bite size candy bar pieces. A summer time treat. Buy more candy bars than you need. Your kids will help you with the leftovers.
This recipe is over 300 years old! I found it in an old cookbook and cherish it dearly. Bear in mind this is a very dense, very rustic loaf, and creates a very hard crust. But it is fun for an authentic Irish treat. Because of the recipes age, all of the rising comes from the buttermilk, rather than bread soda (baking soda). If you prefer a lighter loaf, you may add 1 t. of bread soda to the dry ingredients.
Based on the Kirkland(R) Blueberry and Pecan Cereal this hearty bread has the subtle flavor of a great Blueberry muffin. Soooo good warm from the machine, cooled later and toasted. This will be your breakfast bread for special days!