One of Mr. Food’s favorite cities was Buffalo, New York. So in salute of all of this city that was close to his heart, give these crowd-pleasing Buffalo Chicken Tenders a try next time you have the gang over.
— Read on www.mrfood.com/Chicken/Buffalo-Chicken-Tenders-912
This all-in-one easy Chicken Noodle Skillet, is perfect for a busy weeknight. No need to boil the noodles, ’cause they’ll cook right along with the veggies and sauce. What a super main dish to call everyone to the table for!
— Read on www.mrfood.com/Chicken/Chicken-Noodle-Skillet
Nothing beats Mom’s Fried Chicken and you’ll know why after just one bite. With the perfect amount of crunch and juiciness, don’t be surprised when your gang argues over who gets the last piece!
— Read on www.mrfood.com/Chicken/Moms-Fried-Chicken
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Some recipes are just treasures, and none has been more popular around the Mr. Food Test Kitchen than this one for chicken. Aptly named Treasure Chest Chicken, it is a combo of unexpected flavors and textures that takes your taste buds to faraway lan
— Read on www.mrfood.com/Chicken/Treasure-Chest-Chicken
You’ll never believe the secret ingredient that makes these Crispy Chocolate Chip Cookies special! Sometimes, we just want that great texture without the added nuts. Next time you’re craving that chocolaty chip goodness, but wanting a bit of crunch, our recipe is sure to satisfy!
— Read on www.mrfood.com/Cookie-Recipes/Chocolate-Chip-Crispy-Cookies
This ricotta cheesecake recipe is made in classic New York-style!
— Read on www.mrfood.com/Cheesecakes/Ricotta-Cheesecake-with-Berries
If you’re looking for a fun and easy pudding recipe, our Lemon Napoleons are really going to hit the spot. We’ve brought lemon pudding and flaky puff pastries together in the best way. It’s made with easy, everyday ingredients, but bursting with lemony flavor.
— Read on www.mrfood.com/Misc-Desserts/lemon-napoleons
When it comes to easy dessert recipes, we’ve got the decadent taste to beat all others! One bite of our Frozen Caramel Pizookie and your taste buds will be cruising on cloud nine! Seriously, it’s so sweet and creamy, you won’t be able to resist!
— Read on www.mrfood.com/Frozen-Dessert-Recipes/frozen-caramel-pizookie
This is the richest, creamiest, and most amazing flan you’ll ever taste! No, really. Our easy flan is the kind that dreams are made of!
— Read on www.mrfood.com/Misc-Desserts/Dreamy-Flan
Peanut butter and banana fans will go bananas over our version of the Amish whoopie pie! Just wait until you whip up a batch of these scrumptious Peanut Butter and Banana Whoopie Pies! They are outstanding!
— Read on www.mrfood.com/Misc-Desserts/Peanut-Butter-and-Banana-Whoopie-Pies
It doesn’t explain if you half cook the muffin sides or how you arrange the bread part. Proceed with caution. I’m not sure how you’d do it without burning the bread or ruining the filling? Partially cook the muffin mix into cookie halves? On a cookie sheet? Oh! You don’t cook the filling. So yes, cook the muffins on a cookie sheet as cookie halves. My bad, but just in case.
You’ll feel like you’re gathered around a warm campfire with our Toasty S’mores Pie. The whole family will be coming back for s’more!
— Read on www.mrfood.com/Pie/Toasty-Smores-Pie
Our recipe for Salisbury steak is beefy, hearty, and smothered in a flavor-packed mushroom gravy. To serve it the classic way, don’t forget the green peas on the side!
— Read on www.mrfood.com/Beef/Diner-Style-Salisbury-Steak-6110
Here’s a meatloaf recipe that combines classic dinner tastes with farm fresh ingredients, like fresh and flavorful kale and onion. With our recipe for Farmhouse Meatloaf, you’ll be helping your family eat their veggies, while giving them something th
— Read on www.mrfood.com/Beef/Farmhouse-Meatloaf
Our easy dinner recipe for Orange-Glazed Roast Turkey is simple enough to make any time during the week but absolutely perfect for Thanksgiving!
— Read on www.mrfood.com/Turkey-Misc-Poultry/orange-glazed-roast-turkey
Want something new to make with that package of ground beef in your fridge? We’ll our Beefy Garlic Pizza is calling your name and we bet it’ll be your new favorite go-to dinner recipe!
— Read on www.mrfood.com/Pizza/Beefy-Garlic-Pizza
When we’ve got company over, we like to impress them by serving up a meal that looks like we pulled out all the stops. Our Very Ritzy Italian Chicken is dressed up with a creamy sauce before being served atop a bed of spinach fettuccine, making it a
— Read on www.mrfood.com/Chicken/Very-Ritzy-Italian-Chicken
This all-in-one dinner is perfect for busy nights. In our Beefed-Up Rice Casserole you’ll discover layers of beefy, cheesy, fill-ya-up goodness. Get ready for lots of “oohs” and “aahs” when you bring it out!
— Read on www.mrfood.com/Casseroles/Beefy-Rice-Pie-1128
Get ready for a good ol’ country casserole that’ll fill the hungriest of bellies. Our Hillbilly Pasta Bake is a cinch to make and won’t break the bank!
— Read on www.mrfood.com/Pastas/Hillbilly-Pasta-Bake
What do you make on a Sunday Night when you want to wrap up the weekend by cooking up a meal that’ll leave ’em full and ready to start the week? We’ve got an idea! It’s Sunday Night Noodles! The whole family will love this easy, creamy dinner recipe.
— Read on www.mrfood.com/Pastas/Sunday-Night-Noodles-3438
Napoleon desserts are oh-so-good, but can sometimes be a bit difficult to make. Well, now with our Napoleon Trifle, it’s as simple as can be!
— Read on www.mrfood.com/Misc-Desserts/Napoleon-Trifle
I know this says Christmas Eve Italian Menu, but honestly, I think these recipes are season worthy from anytime December 1st through to even January 15th considering all the Roman Catholic holidays that go with the Christmas Season and how these traditions have spread out worldwide, I mean, besides just Christmas and Christmas Eve.
I can’t say that this is a true Christmas Eve or Christmas Italian menu otherwise; but I will vouchsafe that it is seasonal menu fare for those weeks.
For that matter, I can’t pull together a genuine Italian Christmas Eve and Christmas menu all by myself. My traditions are too spread out over about 3 or 4 or maybe by now, all continents — I’m not sure that I’m clear on Indian and Arabian traditions, but I’m good with North American, European, and I’m not sure who else I’m thinking of, but many cultures.
I know that Italian Christmases are spread out by about 6 weeks of dedicated traditions in the Roman Catholic church or even, quite seriously, the litany of pagan traditions throughout Europe. Both are equitable in the season’s trespass. For that matter, the actual two days are very light celebrations, even the festivities are not the weighty celebrations they are everywhere else in the Christian world, but the celebrations are set out over the trespass of the Church calendar for those weeks, almost all the way into Valentine’s Days for Orthodox question, but definitely including the celebrations concerning the BVM (Blessed Virgin Mary).
So I’ve dropped off a few early Christmas recipes to induct the six weeks beginning December 1st, for the sake of my own broad view traditions; nothing really more. I keep telling myself I will try to present a Christmas menu, nothing in original recipes of course, but I keep shrinking from the task because I tend to lean towards large banquet menu plans and I don’t think that’s really a fair statement to everyone planning a regular dinner and looking for suggestions. So while I cross over recipes, you can suppose, it’s all for one large important banquet or dinner. I don’t know that I will ever get to that menu per se.
But the Christmas recipes introduced in the last two days here (November 16-17) are just starter ideas.
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