Thursday, October 21, 2010

Caramelized Onion Pita Burgers


When I was younger in the 1970's my mom would make this sandwich which was basically a hamburger patty with caramelized onions and sour cream in a pita pocket. I remember it being a favorite of mine and my brother and sister, so I took it and added a few of my favorite spices to give it a modern twist for my kids to try.


Baked Omelet



Our family loves to have breakfast for dinner occasionally, especially in the Fall and Winter months. This baked omelet is hardy enough for dinner and really delicious to boot.



Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Asian Glazed Salmon




I love Salmon! It's a fish even people who don't like fish can enjoy. It's so versatile, it's firm enough to grill, and can be cooked in many different ways. Here is one of my favorite recipes........

Saturday, October 16, 2010

Apple and Cheese Quesadillas


We have a saying in our family that if you aren't eating "breakfast food" for breakfast it's called "the breakfast of champions." Well this quesadilla falls in that category. You could also have this as a light lunch or even a snack.


Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Homestyle Meatloaf and Creamy Ranch Broccoli



Did you ever wonder where Meatloaf began?
Well, Meatloaf has European origins and has been 
around since the 5th century. It's even mentioned 
in a famousRoman cookery collection "Apicius."

Today, there are as many different meatloaf
recipes as there are families.

Here is mine......

Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Roast Beef and Green Chili Panini



I adore chili rellenos but when I don't want to go to all the fuss of making them I make a Roast Beef and Green Chili Panini instead.

This panini has all the same flavors but is much easier to make.

Monday, October 11, 2010

Roast Beef and Mushroom Soup with Thyme




Okay....if you are making this soup you trusted me on the Roast Beef and Gravy recipe. Wasn't I right about it? Isn't it fabulous?



Now if you want to be transported back to heaven, make this soup with the leftovers. You won't be sorry, I'm sure this will quickly become one of your favorites as well.


Sweet Cornbread


Do you love Cornbread?

I do...... I could eat it at every meal.

If I have managed to hide a piece from dinner (which doesn't happen often) I will eat it for breakfast with warm honey or maple syrup drizzled on top.


If it would hold together I would make a sandwich out of it.

(I'll work on this one.)

If I have any soup, stew or chili, I have to have cornbread.

Yes......I love cornbread in any form but in my book it has to be sweet cornbread.

Sunday, October 10, 2010

Roast Beef and Gravy



Okay...you guys are seriously gonna have to trust me on this.
This roast beef has a major no-no in it (you will see...) but it is the best roast I have ever made and I have made this one for years. It's that good!

Saturday, October 9, 2010

Teriyaki Hand Pies




My husband was having a garage sale on Saturday,

so I made him this "portable" lunch.


Teriyaki hand pies were perfect for him to eat while walking around outside.


Pecan Pie Muffins



Like pecan pie? Well.....you are going to adore these muffins!

Pierogi Soup



I LOVE soup, I really do. It's such a comfort food that I crave it even in the summer months. Now that Fall is officially here I'm so excited to cook more soups and stews without funny looks from my husband. For some reason he's not big on soup when it's 110 degrees outside. Go figure.....

Sunday, October 3, 2010

Cheese Steak Sandwiches



This recipe for Cheese Steak Sandwiches comes from Curtis Stone.

Bay and I met Curtis a couple of years ago when he was in Oklahoma City for a local event called Celebrity Chef for the St. Anthony Heart Hospital. At the time he was host of the TLC series "Take Home Chef".




Buffalo Alfredo Lasagna


Buffalo Alfredo Lasagna is one of my favorite comfort 
foods. It satisfies both my cheesy and my spicy cravings.

Friday, October 1, 2010

Ham Fried Rice



This is one of those recipes that I have been making for years. It's so easy to make and all my kids love it. We like to serve it with either eggrolls or Korean Mandu but....... kimchi is a must!

Ever since we started the adoption process from S. Korea for our daughter in 2000, we have become addicted to all Korean food and we always have a gallon size jar of kimchi in the fridge.

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