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Category Archives: Main dish
Looking for a meat-free sandwich that’s hardy and filling? Portobello mushrooms fit that bill. Totally vegetarian and totally delicious! It’s easy and fast – great for lunch or dinner
Looking for a ham glaze that’s a little different than the standard honey mustard? Here’s a great one! It’s made with pomegranate molasses – a tart syrup made with pomegranate juice, lemon juice and sugar. It’s a staple in … Continue reading
It’s National Spaghetti day! Most people immediately think of the long noodles with a tomato and meat sauce, but the word refers simply to the pasta! Spaghetti is from the Italian word that means “thin string” or “twine”. A perfect … Continue reading
We had a lot of visitors this last year and we thank each and every one of you that came and supported our site! Here are recipes for the top ten most visited posts of 2016 – If you’re looking for … Continue reading
Here’s a new spin on the classic grilled cheese sandwich – add apples and bacon! A great lunch or even a breakfast on the run….
In modern Norway, this meal is one of the traditional Christmas dinners (right up there with lamb roast). After I did some research I contacted my niece’s husband who grew up with a very traditional Norwegian mom. When I … Continue reading
A traditional Christmas Eve dinner in many Italian-American homes is the Feast of the Seven Fishes. It supposedly started in Southern Italy as la vigilia (the vigil) symbolizing the wait for the birth of Christ. This meal is not a … Continue reading
Looking for something to warm you on these cold winter evenings? Here’s a pretty easy chowder that fits the bill. Creamy potatoes, smokey bacon and mounds of cheddar cheese. It’s pretty easy to do
Ever try to find a recipe you remember seeing but can’t remember where? Well we have a recipe index here to help you locate all of our recipes! You can click here – or just use the tab right below … Continue reading