Jeffrey and I made these up. We wanted Sloppy Joes with a bit more substance. They came out very good and were a hit with the whole family. This recipe makes a lot, but the leftovers freeze nicely for an easy meal later. Continue reading
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You’ve tried a potato bar and maybe even a soup bar, but have you ever offered your family a quesadilla bar for dinner? I found this article in one of my magazines. It’s titled “so-easy quesadillas” It was like a light bulb going off over my head when I read it. I made it for my family that night and have since served it many times including at an activity to feed 8 hungry teenage girls! What makes it so wonderful is it’s versatility, simplicity and the opportunity to individualize to each persons tastes.
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This stew was a HIT! The broth is so tasty that my son said he would eat it all by itself. We all really enjoyed it. I served it with the Quick and Easy Breadsticks. If you have a bit more time, you could make bread bowls to serve it in. You could throw all the ingredients in the slow cooker and let in cook all day. Yummy! Continue reading
This is a nice alternative to regular spaghetti. It’s a bit more work, but worth the extra effort. We freeze any leftovers for my husband to take to work as lunches. You could freeze the whole thing after assembly and before the baking stage for a nice freezer meal. Continue reading
The whole family likes this recipe. Most of the ingredients are in my pantry at all times, so it is one of my fall back recipes for when I have not planned ahead. Continue reading