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Italian Custard Tart
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Italian Custard Tart
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We are constantly looking for hearty snack foods to serve during football games and parties for the kids. I love these sliders because they are simple to make, taste great, and are filling. They can be served as a main dish during your party or right on the buffet line.
I love these little sandwiches because they can be made in so many ways. We have had Breakfast Sliders (click for link to recipe), Pizza Sliders (click for link to recipe), Hot Ham & Cheese Sliders (click for link to recipe), Buffalo Chicken Sliders (click for link to recipe) and one of my most popular recipes of all time the Reuben Style Hawaiian Sliders (click for link to recipe). They are great for parties, groups of teens, and fun finger food dinners.
I took a page from my Garlic Butter Italian Sausage Sandwiches (click…
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I am going to be posting lots of foods you can use for football parties or for a hearty appetizer dinner. As I have said before my family loves these little Hawaiian rolls sandwiches, if you don’t like the sweetness of the rolls you can always substitute a nice package of heat and serve dinner rolls. I am continually looking for new combinations of meats, cheeses, and toppings to try.
These are very filling and would make something a bit different for a main dish rather than pulled pork sandwiches or chili. Maybe a nice hearty chicken soup would complement these sandwiches.
You know my family loves these little sandwiches but these are one of our favorites next to the Reuben Style Hawaiian Slider Sandwiches (click for link to post). The sweet red pepper jelly was the part that really put them over the top. They had a…
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Yes, more sliders. I love these little sandwiches during this busy time of year. I keep a package of rolls on hand to feed my kids friends, have a quick dinner on nights I don’t want to cook (add a hearty salad – believe me it works), or to serve on those football game days.
You can make them so many different ways there is no getting sick of them!
These were a super hit. You don’t need to add the onions but they add so much flavor to the sandwiches. The sandwiches were okay without the onions but they were REALLY good with the onions.
Serve these with a hearty green salad and you have dinner ready in no time!
Tip: If you like your roast beef rare or medium you will want to make sure to use really rare roast beef in this dish. If you prefer…
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I was shopping for a few items the other day and I saw a package of the Kings Hawaiian Rolls my kids love so much on the shelf. But, then I saw hot dog and hamburger rolls next to them! Did you hear the heavens open up and start singing? We love these rolls and now we have the hot dog and hamburger rolls here, amazing! I can’t wait until they get the loaves of bread too! I am already brainstorming what to make with them.
About a three weeks or ago I made these sliders with the traditional ham and cheese that everyone does. (Click for link to original recipe.) At that time I was already thinking ahead to ways to change up these sandwiches. Around St. Patrick’s Day corned beef is on sale and I stock up on them because that tends to be the only time…
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With Saint Patrick’s Day coming up soon it is time to buy and cook Corned Beef briskets. This is our favorite time of year! Hope you enjoy!
We love Corned Beef. For us it is not just for Saint Patrick’s Day. I usually buy 2 or 3 during March when they are on sale and freeze them to use later in the year.
Saturday night I pulled one out to roast. I wanted to try making Reuben Egg Rolls and I found an interesting recipe for Corned Beef Tacos. I usually cook my Corned Beef in the slow cooker but it was 7 pm and I didn’t want to be up all night waiting for the meat to cook. So, I gave oven roasting a try.
I may never go back to using my slow cooker again for cooking the corned beef. It is simple to use the slow…
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I had one frozen brisket left from my St. Patrick’s Day stock up. They are perfect for this time of year because you can throw them in the slow cooker and let them cook without heating up your home. We made the brisket and decided we wanted Reubens with the brisket. The recipe that follows has no amounts because it is all up to you! Like more Swiss throw an extra slice or two on. Like more meat throw a couple extra slices on the sandwich. It is all up to you.
Don’t have a brisket to cook? Go to the deli and get sliced corned beef. It is hard to find for us this time of year as we live in a tiny town but most places have corned beef year round.
These were perfect. Cook them slowly to get that outside nice and crisp but not burnt…
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It’s time for another chicken and rice post! The previous Chicken and Rice post was was shown so much love and appreciation, that I decided to make this a series with the 2 main ingredients- rice and chicken being prepared with different ingredients and flavors. In this particular recipe, the rice has a bit of flavor of it’s own and compliments the chicken beautifully. This dish has it all, the chicken with the protein, the rice with the carbs and the veggies with the turnip leaves and baby tomatoes and of course, tons of flavor. As most of my dishes, this one is an easy recipe as well with a cooking of time of less than an hour. Perfect for lunch or dinner, this one should keep you full till the next meal.
Chicken, turnip leaves and tomato gravy with flavored rice
Baby tomatoes-1 cup
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Souvlaki is a Greek dish, made of marinated small pieces meat, grilled on skewers. However, as you can see here, it is also possible to prepare the dish using a grilling pan, without the skewers.
Though not part of the traditional herbs used in this dish, to compensate for the lack of smoky aroma in indoor grilling, I have added some roughly chopped rosemary to the dish. It burns when grilling and adds lots of aroma and flavor. If you want a more authentic dish, omit it.
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Sausage Pizza Subs
Chicken with Tomatoes and Thyme
Summer is struggling. There are rumours that it will make a break for it later this week and hit 30 degrees. But today is ‘muggy’ (try saying that with a Brummie accent, the Sicilian finds it comedy gold), windy, cloudy. A good day to dry your washing, but definitely not a day that could pass for Mediterranean. That said, it is good enough to eat outside. Later we are cooking rabbit, marinated in herbs, wine and oil for six hours before the barbecue. But lunch is simpler, as little cooking as possible. I leave him to it whilst I take the spaniels out.
Although it’s nearly August, the allotment tomatoes are slow this year, still green and embryonic but the basil is going great guns. So this is a mix of bought (tomatoes, almonds, parmesan, olive oil) and homegrown (albeit a small…
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24-Hour Layered Salad
1 head lettuce, torn in pieces
1 c. celery, sliced
1/2 c. red onions, sliced
1/2 c. sliced green peppers
1 pkg. frozen peas (thawed, uncooked)
1 can waterchestnuts, sliced
3 hard-boiled eggs, sliced
10 slices of bacon, cooked and crumbled
1 c. shredded cheddar cheese ( We like Tex-Mex blend shredded cheese.)
Layer the first 7 ingredients in order listed above.
Mix and spread over salad:
1/2 c. mayonnaise
1/2 c. sour cream
3 tbs. sugar
Top with cheese and bacon. Cover and refrigerate for 24 hours.
Have a yummy day,
When it comes to baking bread, focaccia is not only one of the tastiest but also one of the simplest varieties to make at home. Have a go at making this lovely focaccia to enjoy with family, topped with mushrooms, fresh thyme and some sundried tomatoes. This bread can be enjoyed on its own, with a number of dishes or when you when you need a fancy carb fix.
For the topping:
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