Berta’s Tuna casserole is made with simple ingredients that are assembled and baked. This recipe is courtesy of my ninety year old friend, Berta. She promised me that it had always been a favorite of her family, but I admit to being skeptical about her recommendation. Prior to making this recipe, I had never eaten a tuna casserole. As it turns out, my skepticism was unwarranted. My family loved this. Even Sue Chef deemed it “good” and had a second helping.
This Italian Sausage and Rice Casserole is a simple and delicious combination of sausage, vegetables, rice, and creamed soup that’s very satisfying and filling. It’s also an inexpensive recipe that will feed the whole family. Even Food Critic liked this one, and he’s notoriously hard to please.
When most people think of meatballs, they think of spaghetti. Some think of the meatball sandwich, but meatballs are a very versatile food item. Whether you make your own meatballs or buy prepared frozen meatballs, there are many ways that you can serve these little orbs that don’t involve using marinara or covering them in barbecue sauce. When I find ground beef or turkey on sale for a good price, I usually make up a huge batch of meatballs and freeze them for future use. I originally called this recipe Meatball Stroganoff, and I knew that it probably wasn’t a […]