Beef Stew…….the perfect comfort food, so hearty and flavorful. It’s also something that I didn’t have mastered……until now! My husband, my food critic gave this recipe 2 thumbs up which means it’s blog worthy. With a chill in the air, this is the perfect time to share this recipe with all of you! I prepped the entire stew the night before, refrigerated it in my slow cooker dish, popped it in the slow cooker base the next morning and let it slow cook all day long. The result was perfection!
Is everyone ready for the big game tomorrow? I’m not a football fan, but I am a fan of the party food! I tested a new dip today, and it’s blog worthy, yay! If you’re heading to a party tomorrow, whip this baby up and keep in warm in a crock pot. I bet it will be gone before half time!
I can not believe I haven’t shared this recipe before. I’ve been making it for years and it’s a winter staple in my home. So simple and so tasty! Comfort food for sure!
Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours! I am thankful for all of my blog followers! I’m so blessed to have so many wonderful supporters! May you enjoy this day of thanks with those closest to you! I thought I would share an unusual Thanksgiving dish with you. This dip would be a great day after Thanksgiving dish to use up the rest of those cranberries. I made mine today as an appetizer. Zesty, tart and sweet, a party for your palette!
Hi ya’ll! I made these cupcakes with the last zucchini I picked from our garden and I’m just now getting around to sharing the recipe with you. Now I want them again, guess I’m going to have to buy a zucchini to make them this time. My husband raved over these cupcakes, said they were some of the best he ever had. I have to agree, I didn’t even think they needed the frosting, however, I didn’t complain about the frosting either! Either way they are moist, full of flavor and simply delicious! Not a fan of cream cheese frosting, well then skip it and eat them like a muffin.
I’ve got another pork recipe for ya…..like I’ve said before my husband is not a big pork fan, but he liked this recipe. If it passes his approval then it’s blog worthy. Simple, FULL of flavor and the gravy makes itself in the slow cooker! Serve with mashed cauliflower or potatoes and a green salad and you have a delicious meal!
My One Dish Chicken recipe https://simple2something.wordpress.com/2013/07/08/one-dish-chicken-10-00-dinner/ is one of my most popular posts. It’s probably so popular because it’s simple, delicious and easy on your wallet. I came up with a variation of that recipe using a pork tenderloin. The result was delicious! Even my husband who isn’t a big pork fan loved this dish. A few simple ingredients, an hour in your oven and the result is a delicious dinner that your family is sure to love!
Well that title is a mouthful…..couldn’t think of any other way to word it. I wanted everyone to know about all the deliciousness in this recipe from just reading the title. A mouthful of goodness is what you will enjoy when eating this chicken. Low carb but packed with flavor. You can make it as spicy as you would like. The recipe below is for a mild heat, increase or decrease to your liking.
I can’t believe I haven’t shared this recipe before. It’s a staple in our home! Super simple, delicious & easy on the budget. My aunt brought us this dish when I was pregnant with my daughter, and on bed rest. My husband, son and I all loved it and when I asked her for the recipe I wasn’t surprised by her answer…..”Pinterest”.
Served with a green salad and some oven roasted potatoes, you have a meal sure to please even the pickiest of eaters.
I couldn’t resist sharing this accidental recipe I made today…..it’s accidental because I had intended on using these ingredients for a recipe I saw on Pinterest, kabobs with sausage, shrimp, corn & potatoes, but my meal plan for tonight wasn’t defrosted so I improvised with these ready to go ingredients. The result is a super easy & delicious shrimp & sausage bake…..a nod to a good ole southern shrimp boil. Tons of flavor with minimal effort!