As I titled this post Sausage and Grits Breakfast Casserole, I wondered if I was limiting it. I mean. I suppose you could have this for lunch or dinner, but I really feel like it’s a great breakfast dish. It would also be great for brunch. Sausage and Grits Breakfast Casserole is very versatile, and it’s approved by my family. Just so you know, getting […]
Fried Potatoes and Onions is a dish that was served on a regular basis when I was growing up. Potatoes are a frugal food, and combining them with onions, adds a depth of flavor that makes this a real treat. My mother would frequently fry the potatoes in the bacon fat that she had in a can on the stove. I remember eating meals that […]
Ceviche Tostadas are one of my favorite things, but being vegan for a month means I can’t have fish. Fortunately, I had already come up with a recipe for cauliflower ceviche which was liked by everyone in the family. Granted, Baker’s Man complained that I shouldn’t call it ceviche because there was no fish or shrimp in the recipe. I solved that problem when I […]
This Creamy Tomato Sauce is one of my new favorites, and I’m looking forward to making this more often during the summer months when I have an abundance of fresh tomatoes available to me. Unlike most of my tomato sauce recipes, this one starts with fresh cherry tomatoes as the base for the sauce. This recipe is something that I have made before, but I’ve […]
Vegan Steak and Potato Foil Pouches is not a typo, though it is a strange name for a recipe post. This all began when Bus Boy asked me if I could make garlic steak and potato foil packs for dinner. I told him they weren’t vegan, and he politely asked me if I could please, Please, PLEASE, make them vegan. How could I refuse my firstborn? […]
An avocado sandwich is a unique and tasty vegan lunch option. Preparing a sack lunch when there are no leftovers can present a bit of a problem for someone new to a vegan diet. On day one, I needed lunch, but I didn’t have any vegan leftovers from dinner the night before because that meal hadn’t been vegan. I was perplexed about what I could […]
Baked Cinnamon Apple Pork Chops are a sheet pan dinner style version of an American classic. Both Baker’s Man and I grew up eating pork chops with apple sauce, so this combination wasn’t unusual at all. The final result was tender, delicious, and very easy to prepare. In fact, after some initial resistance to the recipe, Baker’s Man has approved this recipe for regular rotation […]
Apple Cranberry Pork Chops are a delicious twist. Making these pork chops is a great way to use up leftover apples, and they’re a delicious way to use less than perfect apples in a savory dish instead of dessert. It’s a twist on a classic Autumn side dish–Apples an onions. This recipe for Apple Cranberry Pork Chops is a simple way to a delectable dinner.
When you’re looking for a new vegetable side dish to serve with dinner, look no further than Green Beans and Tomatoes. This is a very simple recipe, colorful, and flavorful side dish that’s quick to put together and goes great with a variety of entrees. If you need a new way to serve green beans, or if you have some grape or cherry tomatoes that […]
Pork Chops Puttanesca is another one of those simple meals that practically cook themselves in a large baking dish. The ingredients can be combined the night before and the pork chops allowed to marinate in the tomatoes, herbs, and spices. This helps your Pork Chops Puttanesca to be more tender. It’s a simple and delicious meal that’s perfect for a busy weeknight.