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Chili Verde Con Carne Lasagna

Well it’s really only lasagna in the sense that it is layered like the lasagna.  I made a version of this method for a pot-luck at my day job. The girls liked it so much they wanted the recipe. It is not really a recipe as such but more of a method. Today I am […]

Great Idea for Easter

Here is a great idea for Easter It’s a Rice Krispies Treat® basket. I remember the first time my mom made these for us. For some reason I was having a really bad time, well as bad as it can be for a kid. Who knows with three older brothers and two younger ones, I […]

How to Roll Enchiladas

As a follow up to the How to Roll a Burrito post, I thought I would explain how to roll enchiladas. I will be making pork enchiladas with my Famous Green sauce. Lets get started: If your corn tortillas are fresh enough you can roll them dry. The dry method is what I prefer, it’s […]

Sausage Cooking Tip

Here is a great tip for cooking bulk sausage. I always get my sausage in the one pound bulk packs. Bob Evans is my favorite. I didn’t think that this tip was that important till my daughter tried to cook some for her beauty school breakfast pot luck. We stock up with sausage when it’s […]

Scrambled Eggs with Onions and Mushrooms

This is one of my favorite breakfasts, it’s not quite an omelet but it’s a little less then a total scramble. If that makes any sense. They sort of look like an omelet but I don’t set the eggs that hard. I like them more on the moist side. I cooked the onions and mushrooms […]

Not Only is Butter Better, You can Even Make Your Own

Here is a great video on making butter I found on You Tube .

Thanksgiving Planning

Today I will lay out my battle plan for Thanksgiving. It will just be Mary, Kyle, Katie and her boyfriend Cricket  and me. So the wife probably bought a 100lb bird, she loves the leftovers. Just went to check the bird, no tag, look like it will be pretty much guess work on the cooking […]

Red Lobster Style Biscuits

I think I will try these. I’ve seen several recipes around the web and it would save me a bundle of cash. It’s the only thing you couldn’t make at home, until now. You know, Shrimp, Lobster, Fish all that stuff is, actually, really easy. Plus it’s tons cheaper to cook it at home. So […]

Easy Peasy Chicken Salad

This is probably the easiest and best tasting dish I have ever made. Sorry no peas though it just sounds neat. I used to make this when I worked at Gutherie’s in Wyoming MI. We used to serve it on a scooped out pineapple quarter. I just went for a bed of lettuce and some […]

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