Category Archives: Dinners
I’m about to disclose something horrible. We bought an incredible grill last summer, and we’ve yet to use it this year (thank you, rain). Painful, right? The average American is grilling 3 times a week during the summer (according to the Johnsonville Sausage Report). That means we’ve missed out on approximately 18 days of awesome grilled meals. (Do you hear that, Greg? Just saying.)
This week, the cold has been on. I meal planned and set my sights on some recipes I’ve been meaning to make for my family. One of the recipes was Turkey Meatloaf; however, I didn’t actually prep the meatloaf for plopping in the Crock Pot and actually cooking.
Disclaimer: Michael Angelo’s sent me product in exchange for this review. All opinions, however, are 100% my own.
Michael Angelo’s is celebrating National Italian Heritage Month in October, and there are a few ways you can get in on the excitement.
When we went camping, I wanted to be sure that I stayed true to my meal plans as best as possible. Sure, I let myself enjoy a s’more and a mountain pie, but I didn’t get out of control. One of the reasons was that I planned a few good meals throughout the weekend, including campfire quesadillas.
Another favorite meal of mine is Chicken Parmesan, so I may as well share it as part of the RedPack Tomato blogging competition going on this week. I have to credit my friend Suzie with cooking this delicious dish during our scrapbook weekends, though. It helped my inspiration. 🙂
The Googlers have spoken. I swear that every.single.day someone searches the interwebs for “light and fluffy egg casserole” and they come across my ‘lil page. I mean, I personally love the recipe, so I don’t blame them. They’ve spoken, and I’m going to answer. It’s time to start sharing some recipes with you more often!
I can’t help but take a moment and share with you part of tonight’s supper (I promise to share more later). It was a basic meal for after a long day, yet one that was delicious and tasty. The Italian in me (which there is none, but some of my favorite dishes are) was quite excited to give Tuttorosso Tomatoes a chance to star in tonight’s supper.
It’s a chilly Sunday here in Pittsburgh. The kind of day that makes me want to put food in the slow cooker and stay wrapped up on the couch in my jammies. This is a perfect day to share with you the newest recipe book in my collection, “Best of Bridge Slow Cooker Cookbook“, containing 200 recipes that are convenient for all the busy people out there.
Last week while at BlogMob, I got to taste the delicious Harvest Stew (recipe above) that was being demonstrated to patrons. It smelled AMAZING and tasted even better.
On Monday night, we made this for dinner. Yup, I cooked collards and didn’t do a bad job of it.