Polish Beet Salad (cold) 3 medium beets1 tbsp fresh grated horseradish1/2 small purple onion diced small1/2 tbsp olive oil1/2 tbsp sugar1 tbsp lemon juice1 tbsp white vinagerDash of saltDash of black pepper Remove greens from beets (save those for something else) Boil beets for 20 min, let cool, remove skin & root Shredded beets into … Continue reading Polish Beet Salad
Every now and then, dinner time sneaks up on you out of nowhere and you have nothing prepared. One Skillet Meals are great for times like these. This recipe is great for no time preparation. One Dish Skillet Chili Ingredients: 1 pound of ground beef 1 cup of rice (dry) 1 cup of water 1 … Continue reading One Dish Skillet Chilli
A breakfast meal from my childhood remains one of my absolute favorites. The best thing is that it takes very little time preparing and only two ingredients. Cornmeal mush is different from a similar dish called polenta. Mush is made with course ground corn and polenta is made is fine ground corn and normally also … Continue reading Fried Cornmeal Mush
Every now and then its nice to have a meal that doesn’t take up much in the way of dishes, prep or clean up.
This is one of our favorite quick meals. While the recipe is best if you use ground lamb, the meat can be exchanged for any type protein that you wish.
A walk through a Hot & Spicy Cookbook, one recipe a day at a time.
A rich combination of treats, cheesecake and dark chocolate brownies.
Instead of using the left over Turkey from a holiday dinner on Turkey Noodles, spice things up with this hearty spicy Turkey Chili. Ingredients: 1 tbsp olive oil 1 small onion diced 1 tbsp diced garlic 2 tsp oregano 1.5 tsp ground cumin 1 tsp ground ginger 1 tsp jalapeno powder 8 ounces diced tomatoes … Continue reading White Turkey Chili
A spicy black bean soup prepared in the crockpot is perfect for cold autumn & winter days.
Spicy Homemade Sloppy Joe’s Recipe: Because made from scratch is so much better than the stuff in a can!
While most think of baked goods when it comes to pumpkins, there is a hidden gem that a waits. Pumpkin Soup.
Just because it’s hot outside, doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy a fire & ice treat!
One of my husband’s absolute favorite pie that I make is my Banana Dream Pie. Do you remember the old soda shop Banana Milkshakes or better yet the Banana Vanilla Wafer Pudding dessert from Sunday potlucks of years gone by? Well, that is exactly what this tastes like.
Spam? Did you say Spam?
Most people have heard of beef tongue sandwiches, but this is our favorite recipe using this organ meat.
A basic spicy fish recipe loved in the Rice Household.
A traditional chocolate cream pie recipe
Cabbage Roll Soup, perfect for a cold winter’s meal.
Pineapple Fluff Pie
Triple Berry Cobbler – A traditional comfort food.
Mexican Street Corn – The perfect side for any picnic and cookout.
Tomato Powder: Dehydrated Tomatoes for storage and stock base.
Okra. What it is and what do I do with it?
Head Cheese is not cheese as you know it, and unless you are from “the hills” or maybe of German or Polish decent, you may not even know what it is.
One of my favorite repeat recipes, especially when Fresh Black Cherries are readily available in the summer time!
Dinner doesn’t have to be a major production. I am a true believer in keeping it simple and using what is on hand. Recipes that have a ton of ingredients that you will only use once, are wasteful and frustrating. I keep my pantry stocked with basics that I can go to in a pinch, … Continue reading One Skillet Dinner: Rice, Beans and Pork
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