Pizza Tortillas

Wow did these turn out amazing! They were really fun to make too. Keep in mind you can use any topping you would use on any regular pizza like onion, pepperoni, mushrooms etc. They can be eaten as a meal, as we did, or make them as a snack or appetizer. I made these while the grandkids were here and […]

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30 Minute Easy Clam Linguine

This is one of the first recipes I ever created….decades ago. I have tweaked it over the years to make it what it is today. It is a simple and quick meal and one that my family has always loved. This can be made in under 30 minutes because you make the clam sauce while the pasta cooks. I always […]

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Cracker Barrel Hash Brown Casserole

Another delicious copy cat recipe and this time for Cracker Barrel Hash Brown Casserole. It is crazy how easy this was to prepare. Just mix everything together and bake it in the oven. Top it with cheese and oh so good! Source: Six Sisters’ Stuff Copycat Cooking   Ingredients   Spray a 9″ x 13″ baking pan with cooking oil. […]

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Wartime Iowa Pea Salad

This is a perfect salad for Thanksgiving! Iowa Pea Salad was a favorite during the wartime when food was being rationed. It is an inexpensive yet delicious way to use pasta, bacon, green onions, cheese and peas. Any type of sweet baby peas can be used in this recipe (canned, fresh or thawed frozen) but chances are, during the war, […]

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Cheeseburger & Fries Casserole

A delicious cheeseburger casserole with a cheesy ground beef bottom that is topped with fries, covered with cheddar cheese and baked in a casserole dish. This tasted amazing, everyone cleaned their plates and there wasn’t any leftovers! One of my fellow bloggers, http://www.miniturepincher.wordpress.com, suggested that I try a recipe similar to this one. They said they loved it and now […]

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Canadian Poutine

One of my followers, Rhiannon, asked me to try Poutine. She told me that her husband loves it and that she makes it for him once a week. I asked her what in the world is Poutine! I Googled it and found the recipe that sounded the best for us from Seasonsandsuppers.¬† We have never tried Poutine before and we […]

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Bruschetta Shrimp Pasta

Bruschetta Shrimp Pasta is made with angel hair pasta, shrimp, cherry tomatoes, fresh basil, garlic, seasonings, Parmesan cheese and a touch of cream. This is a delicious and easy meal to prepare and it will impress anyone you serve it to! This ¬†recipe was given to me from the cooking class.   Ingredients   In a large skillet over medium […]

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Easy Chicken Cheddar Sandwich Melt

A seasoned chicken breast in between two thick sliced, buttered and grilled pieces of bread, melted cheddar cheese, honey mustard (or your favorite) slathered inside with apple slices and lettuce or other shredded vegetable. I made this in a cooking class and it tasted amazing!   Ingredients   In a small bowl or container toss the vegetable, apple, thyme, salt, […]

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Cajun Butter Pasta

A delicious Cajun Butter Pasta that is made with fettuccini, asparagus, garlic, parmesan cheese, white wine and cherry tomatoes tossed with just enough Cajun seasoned cream sauce. You can substitute chicken broth for the wine and any other vegetable for the asparagus if you want. Feel free to increase the Cajun seasoning if you like it spicy. This recipe is […]

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Beef Tamale Pie

Beef Tamale Pie has a corn muffin bottom, topped with red enchilada sauce, ground beef with onions and green peppers then all that covered with cheese. This is another cooking class recipe so pictures were taken quickly. This was made in an aluminum pan so we could take it home. I don’t care for green peppers so this was given […]

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