This is a take off on the classic Bacon Ranch salad. My family wanted a little more zip and character. Since I first made this, it is the only recipe people want me to make for pot lucks.
This is the classic noodle kugel that my mom always made for Shabbat dinner. It is incredibly easy to make and tastes so good! For best results, make the kugel the night before and put in the refrigerator. The next day, slice it with a knife and reheat in oven until warm.
A great pasta salad with Imitation crab meat, ham and sunflower seeds.
A big batch recipe for meaty spaghetti sauce that is loaded with fresh vegetables.
An easy pasta fagioli recipe that will impress your family and friends.
This pasta crab salad has always been popular with guests. If I didn't stop myself, I could eat it 3 meals a day. Sometimes I do anyway. I have tried real crab and found the imitation simply tastes better with this recipe.
A simple spaghetti sauce for those who want to eat organic. This is also low sodium. It takes longer to boil the noodles than to make the sauce.
A warm spinach and rigatoni salad that closely resembles a dish done by the Frankie, Johnny, and Luigi's chain of restaurants in the San Francisco Bay Area. It's even better there, but this is darn close.
When asked what he wanted us to bring for his birthday potluck, he told us that he wanted a creamy pesto pasta salad with sun-dried tomatoes, bell pepper, red onion and artichoke hearts. This is what I came up with, and it tastes fabulous!
A Greek-style pasta salad for summer cookouts, or on the table at dinner time.
A big, meaty pasta salad makes a great side dish at your cookout. Heck, it's nearly a meal.
A cold pasta salad with ham, pineapple, onion and a jerk flavored mayonnaise sauce.
This is not your average lasagna. With 5 different cheeses mixed with seasoned meat, it will make your mouth water.
This hearty bean and beef stew is from the archives of the Irving Independent School Distrist, Irving, Texas.
Classic lasagna made with ground beef and sausage.
This is a recipe that I developed to combat the 'spaghetti sauce' lasagnas that have polluted the recipe world. This is a versatile recipe that allows for some ingredients to be omitted. Omit meat to turn this dish into a vegetarian delight. An additional baking dish may be needed. I usually need to split this recipe to accommodate the vegetarian in my life (I prefer to be the carnivore). This dish can be made ahead of time and set in the refrigerator or frozen to be baked later.
Macaroni and 3 cheeses with chilies to give it a nice kick (but not spicy)! I sometimes use mini lasagna noodles. I use a large deep aluminum foil pan. For topping, butter 2 slices of bread, cube them and place on top....sprinkle with Parmesan and paprika.
A blend of four cheeses, sauteed onions, and sour cream comes together in an incredibly creamy baked macaroni dish.
This recipe was given to us in 1965 by a friend from Italy who's had it in their family for over 85 years. The Gerimonte family used to cook this for benefit dinners - called the (Gerimonte Spaghetti Fest). Follow this recipe to the last ingredient and you will be handing this down for many generations to come.
One of my first original recipes! It fed me through my bachelor days.