{Feast} Summer Salad-Grilled Margarita Chicken Salad
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The summer months are fast approaching – YAY!!!!  It is the time of year for summer picnics, potlucks and eating outdoors.  Salads are great meals to bring to a party, but we like to showcase something a little different than the average lettuce, tomato, cucumber salad.  This Grilled Margarita Chicken Salad from the Betty Crocker Click Here to Continue Reading This Article […]

Feast: St. Patrick’s Day Recipe – Corned Beef
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According to Wikipedia, while the consumption of corned beef has become associated with Saint Patrick’s Day, it did not actually originate in Ireland.  It became an integral part of Irish-American culture and is often related to Irish holidays such as Saint Patrick’s Day. In Ireland, the closest traditional dish is Bacon and Cabbage (more akin to Click Here to Continue Reading This Article […]

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I love any kind of meat and noodle dish and I love Burgundy beef so this was a no brainer for me.  Couple that with this being a crock pot meal and it’s perfection.  I love crock pot meals – coming home to a house wafting with wonderful smells coming from the kitchen and the Click Here to Continue Reading This Article […]

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Try it, let us know what you think and please let us know any special things you did to make it even better.  Manga! CHILI COKE ROAST MASHED POTATOES Chili Coke Roast: 1 roast 1 can Coca-Cola 1 pkg. onion soup mix 1 bottle chili sauce (I use BBQ sauce) Place all ingredients in crock-pot Click Here to Continue Reading This Article […]

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Once again, I’ve gathered recipes for which I don’t know where I obtained them because it was so long ago.  Know that the recipes I post have been tested by me and others.  We’d love to hear your input especially if you’ve done anything to make them even better. ITALIAN SAUSAGE PEPPERS AND ONIONS THIN Click Here to Continue Reading This Article […]

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This recipe was passed down from my grandfather’s mother.  It is (from our understanding) a German/Pennsylvania Dutch breakfast cake called Apies Cake (pronounced Apee Cake).  It’s consistency is the opposite of light and fluffy and is best eaten while dipping into coffee/tea/milk, etc.  It’s also a yummy option for a not super sweet dessert. Baking time:  Click Here to Continue Reading This Article […]

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There’s a restaurant here in San Diego called Arterra that makes one of the best steak salads.  At home one day, I was craving this salad, so I created my own version.  I hope you enjoy it as much as me and my friends do.  Manga! Steak Salad (use leftover steak from previous night, or Click Here to Continue Reading This Article […]

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This tuna casserole is far from fat free, but it is quite delicious.  I omit the peas for my husband who hates peas, but because they’re only cooked for 2 minutes, they have a nice bite to them that I love.  This recipe goes with week 2 of our menu plan. Tuna Casserole Ingredients 1 Click Here to Continue Reading This Article […]

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I wish I could remember where I got this recipe, but you know how that goes right?  Hopefully, you’ll like this recipe too and will mark us as one of your favorite helpful blogs. Ground Beef Casserole Ingredients 1/2 pound ground beef 1/4 medium green pepper, chopped 1/4 medium onion, chopped 2-1/4 cups cooked wide egg noodles Click Here to Continue Reading This Article […]

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