Whether it’s a birthday party, a family reunion or even feeding some of our farmhands (who have healthy appetites), brisket is my go-to. It does require some “low and slow” roasting time, but it’s totally worth the wait.
A hearty use of leftover ham.
Prepare ahead of time tip: Cut up your vegetables and tenderloin and place in a ziplock baggie in the refrigerator up to 24 hours before you plan to cook your fajitas.
The crust for this quiche is made from a can of crescent rolls.
A quick pasta dish seasoned with butter, garlic, onion and parsley.
Measure, stir and bake. No slicing or chopping needed.
These are made in a skillet on top of the stove.
This has layers like lasagna.
Grape-nuts cereal adds the special crunch.
This easy casserole needs to bake for one hour.