This Slow Cooker Beef and Mushroom Stew is the perfect comfort food for cooler evenings this fall. The best part is that because it’s a slow cooker recipe, dinner is ready when you walk through the door after a hard day at work or school.
Deviled Quail Eggs were born out of necessity. It all started with some adorable Japanese (Coturnix) Quail which I brought home in early September. I had purchased some three day old chicks (young chickens) on July 3, and my baby chicks had finally grown large enough to move outside to the chicken yard, and I wanted to try something new. Quail eggs are delicious, and […]
Since making a Southwestern Cheeseburger Pie during my 30 days of beans, I have been thinking about making another plain cheeseburger pie, and I finally had the chance today. The best thing about this pie is that if you use an oven safe skillet (like a cast iron one), the whole thing can be cooked in one pan. Of course, I did need a bowl […]
Flank steak is the perfect meat for grilling quickly at a high temperature, and it’s made better by marinating it. All you need is to mix up a few common pantry ingredients, pour them over the steak, and allow the steaks to marinate. I usually allow flank steak to sit in the marinade overnight, but it can also be marinated for as little as two […]
This is a simple and delicious chicken recipe that I make frequently. The process is very simple, and the final product is very tasty. I prefer using boneless chicken breasts when I cook it on the stove and bone in pieces when I make it in the crockpot. This recipe is versatile because it can be cooked immediately, but if you want to do this […]
A few decades ago, Bisquick introduced the impossible pie recipe. The recipe was so named because a batter was poured into a pie plate and made a pie. It was called “impossible” because the pies were made without a crust. I have an old cookbook that belonged to my mother that contains a collection of these “impossible pies.” Basically, these recipes require you to fill […]
This recipe was born out of desperation one evening. I had planned and promised Sloppy Joe’s for dinner, but when I reached into the cabinet to pull out a can of that sauce that rhymes with sandwich, I realized that I didn’t have one. That was a problem. This group can be tough to cook for, so I knew that I had to produce an […]