The New Year’s Eve Tradition around our house is a quiet evening at home with a nice meal and a movie. Osso Buco is always the star on the menu but the supporting cast may change from year to year. After pouring through numerous cookbooks and databases below you’ll find my final selections for our stay at home New Year’s celebration recipes. Colorado
I spotted this Veal Chops Recipe in Food and Wine and had to give it a test run. Veal chops roasted right alongside grapes that have been tossed with sherry vinegar and sugar. This recipe is elegant, easy and delicious and I can’t wait to serve it for a dinner party.
I know, I know…you saw the title of this post and said “Good grief, is she STILL sitting around in Colorado talking about meatloaf?!?!?!?!??” Well yes I am, and doggone-it, people like me. This is a continuation (and affirmation) of my last post wherein I found this great idea from Kayln’s Kitchen to make mini meatloafs. Another
Ever thought about dividing that large meatloaf into smaller individual serving meatloaf? Great idea. Let’s take a look.
An old recipe from a church cookbook for Sloppy Joes for a crowd. This is a great recipe to keep on hand in case you’ve invited 58 friends over for dinner, or if you’re the Osmonds and have 58 of your great grandchildren over for lunch (hey, I–am–not–making–that–up, it was on Oprah on Friday). Or if you’re
I’m so excited over my ability to even come close to recreating this braised veal shank hash dish that I feel like I should contact The Denver Post. I can just see the headlines now: “Highlands Ranch Woman Figures Out How To Copy Braised Veal Shank Hash Recipe” Compelling!
Looking for a way to jazz up that grilled sirloin steak? This relish is bursting with flavor.
This tender pan seared flank Steak topped with tangy caramelized red onion marmalade makes a easy treat for a weeknight meal. It just so happens that the juicy flank steak is only the supporting actor in this recipe. The Onion Marmalade made with a red onion, wine, red wine vinegar and sugar = wow. I
Savory short ribs, seared and then cooked in the oven with onion, tomatoes, poblano peppers and spices bring a warm and delicious meal to your table.