Aside from my Blueberry Stuffed French Toast, which was more like a dessert, I’ve not prepared a big hearty weekend breakfast for months. I feel like I’ve failed the almighty Breakfast Brotherhood. You know who you are. Scrambled Egg Enchiladas sounded like the perfect dish for the long Christmas weekend. These were easy to make,
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Kale and White Bean Soup was an easy dinner during this past week of hectic Christmas planning, shopping, parties, gift wrapping, decorating…such a busy time of year. This soup was also a welcome healthy, brothy and savory break from some of the rich sinful things we’ve been feasting on lately.
Tis the season for baking so I’m posting my mom’s Banana Nut Bread recipe. Nothing new, nothing special, just a reliable, moist and old-fashioned quick bread using good old Crisco. This recipe uses the creaming method where the shortening, sugar and eggs are creamed together before the bananas and dry ingredients are added. Creaming adds
Creamy sauerkraut and sausage soup with potatoes. A jar of sauerkraut in the pantry, a few potatoes on the counter and some sour cream in the fridge turned into a creamy comforting soup for dinner.
This bread pudding, breakfast casserole is a nice dish for a holiday breakfast or brunch. Especially if you’re having company in town. Cubing a loaf of French bread into a casserole pan, mixing in eggs, blueberries and cream cheese, letting it set overnight in the refrigerator, it’s easily baked the next morning for an indulgent
We’ve only been dabbling with Winter temperatures this season. Our lingering sunshiny Fall has barely given us a gray sky, snow flurries or overnight temperatures in the teens. This weekend Jack Frost has finally arrived, we have a couple of inches of snow on the ground and numbing cold temps. It’s officially stew weather. This is
JaJa Bistro in Littleton serves a stuffed date appetizer that everyone raves over. Sweet dates, filled with a slice of tart apple, wrapped in salty bacon and swimming in a crisp ale broth makes for an out-of-this-world combination. The last time we were there for dinner, and with some gentle prying, I found out a little
Using a purchased rotisserie chicken made this chicken soup such an easy and tasty weeknight dinner. I’d like to personally thank the following people or groups of people: The person who came up with the idea of selling cooked rotisserie chickens in grocery stores. Those who designed and built the roasting machines that cook