Taco's are a staple in our house. Instead of having taco night every single week, I attempt to find taco dishes that still give the great taco flavor but add in some extra flair. Check out GOODEness Gracious to find tons of great ideas for slow cooking & to see the recipe I adapted this from. If … Continue reading TGIF: Taco Bake
Happy Wednesday. Half way to the weekend. I didn't have a lot of time for dinner this evening, I had to be at a training at 6pm. Thankfully this dish can be tossed together and placed in the fridge to cook when ready. Lilluna's recipe for this Swiss Cheese Chicken is absolutely delicious and easy to … Continue reading Hump Day: Swiss Cheese Chicken
When I found this gem on Food Pins Now I was a bit skeptical. I wasn't a fan of putting tacos in the oven, let alone hard shell tacos. They were surprisingly good. The version on the website is filled with healthier options, fat free, low fat, ect. I didn't do that at all. I had a … Continue reading Tuesday Tacos!
Today is the start of a small change in our lives, Ricky will be home almost every evening. Almost a normal 9-5 schedule. Almost being the key word. Now that he will be home for the dinners, he will have to eat whatever is made. It could get interesting. I think it will be great not only … Continue reading Manic Monday: Upside Down Meatball Casserole.
Half way to the weekend! It's been a 1 pot week this week. Here is the 3rd one pot dish. Its one from a few weeks ago, but is perfect for a spring day. It does have a little kick to it, but you can modify that to your prefrence. Ingredients: 1 box Campanella noodles … Continue reading Hump Day: 1 pot spicy chicken pasta.
Tuesday is here, and hopefully some housework will get done. I've only complained for two years about changing/ getting different lights in our kitchen. It's been an issue for me. There is no light at all over our stove. Which makes everything look dark when cooking. Our big kitchen light is above the middle of … Continue reading Tasty Tuesday: 1 Pot Lemon Pasta.
Chicken Pot Pies were something we had when I was a child and we didn't plan a dinner. A comfort meal thats hearty, homey, and fills up the tummy is what I associated them with. I would scrape the insides out, eat the veggies first then the chicken and finally the crust. I simply destroyed the meal. … Continue reading Tasty Tuesday: Chicken Pot Pie Bake
I had been watching Giada on the Food Network and she made farro with cheese. I would have NEVER tried this recipe if I had not watched her make it. I had never tried farro, saw it in the store, or even heard of it. I would have assumed it was along the line something like … Continue reading Manic Monday: Giada’s Farro.
Part 2 of this rings & things. Also based on a recipe from Pillsbury but changed a bit, is a Buffalo Chicken Crescent Ring. It's a fast and easy way to get supper on the table. Plus its spicy and delicious. You'll need two cans of crescent rolls. I cheated and grabbed a can of Chick … Continue reading Sunday Special: Buffalo Ring.
Hi stranger. Long time no chat. Lets jump back into some grub & stuff. Today's special is a double feature. Crescent rolls are so easy to incorporate into a meal. Its a side, its a main dish, you can stuff it, flatten it, roll it up. The buttery taste and fluffy texture really hits home. … Continue reading Sunday Special. Rings & Things.