Parmesan Baked Tomatoes

Dinner was on my own last night because my husband had to work. The grandkids like frozen pizza so I decided to take a break from cooking and give them pizza. (Yes occasionally I am a bad grandma and give them frozen food) I decided to make these Parmesan Baked Tomatoes and I ate them all myself! They only take […]

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Antipasta Salad

Here is another great holiday dish to make! This one is better when it sits so make it up the night before you plan on serving it and it will taste even better! You can add whatever you want to an Antipasta Salad so don’t be afraid to change this recipe. About this recipe! I think I am getting my […]

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Beef Heart Stew

Once again, I don’t like to waste a wonderful piece of beef meat. The heart is very good to eat but it can be a little challenging to cut up so make sure you have a sharp knife! Making Beef Heart Stew is as easy as any other beef stew but with it’s own delicious unique flavor. Once you cut […]

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Pumpkin Bread

What a great bread for the holidays! Pumpkin is one of my favorite kinds of pies, cookies, bread or just about any dessert. This Pumpkin Bread recipe is as easy as it gets! It is a delicious and moist recipe that you mix with a spatula or whisk. I adapted this recipe from a Taste of Homes magazine recipe back […]

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Baked Frozen Green Beans

Do you have Frozen Green Beans in your freezer? I wanted to try something different with our Frozen Green Beans that we picked from our garden and I am so glad that I did! There weren’t any leftovers and my 4-year-old grandson went back for seconds! Of course the secret to the great taste is the bacon…lol   Ingredients   […]

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Lasagna Florentine

  This Lasagna Florentine was fabulous. Everyone cleaned their plates, even the grandchildren! It makes a huge 9” x 13” pan, enough to feed 8 people one large piece. You can prepare this recipe early in the day so all you have to do is cook it at supper time if you want. It is a little time consuming to […]

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Drying Fresh Chives

  Summer is over and so is the garden. Before the cold hits I picked the last of my chives and I dehydrated them. I used my Excalibur Dehydrator to do this. Chives can also be dried by hanging them, dried in the oven or even frozen. Once they are dehydrated they should be stored in an airtight container and should […]

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Easy Onion Soup

If you love Onion Soup here is a simple and delicious way to fix it. I used my homemade beef broth that I had in the freezer but you can use canned beef broth or even chicken broth to make this. Serve with fresh bread sprinkled with Parmesan cheese and toasted in the oven. Source: Grandma’s Recipes Cookbook   Ingredients […]

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