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Sunday, March 27, 2016
From our table to yours have a wonderful blessed Easter! On the menu for Aunt B's family Easter dinner is Ham, twice baked potatoes, green beans with onions and bacon, corn, deviled eggs, and bunny rolls! For dessert we will be having carrot cake! It all turned out tasting perfect with the exception of the deviled eggs, and I again put to much salt in them for my liking.
Many of us are guilty of trying to attempt what we see on Pinterest or going around Facebook. I seen the bunny rolls and I thought they looked easy enough. Well, easier said than done when you get to the kitchen to test out the theory. I didn't have my photo to see how it was suppose to be done I went by memory. They turned out more like chubby gerbils than bunnies. Hee hee! At least the most important part, they were soft and delicious!! Who don't like fresh rolls from the oven? :D
Saturday, March 26, 2016
Friday, March 25, 2016
32 oz Chicken Broth/Stock
1 large Onion Diced
6 Large or 12 small potatoes peeled, chopped into small bite size cubes
1 Tablespoon Dill
1 Tablespoon Salt
1 Tablespoon Pepper
1/2 Stick Butter
2 1/2 Cups Milk
1 Tablespoon Flour
3 Slices Cooked Bacon diced
Place Chopped Onion into pan with melted butter let cook. In separate pan place chicken stock, dill salt, pepper, milk, and let it warm up. In meantime chop potatoes and place into Chicken stock mix. Check onions when transluscent add flour mix well. When potatoes come to a boil stir in onion mixture. Add in chopped bacon. Cook till potatoes are tender. If you cooked up extra bacon you may garnish your bowl with a slice of bacon, and sprinkle some shredded cheddar cheese on top.
Saturday, March 12, 2016
One of my favorite things to do while I am surfing the internet is stop by my favorite website for foodies. The website is called AllRecipes.com. You just type in the ingredient you want and a recipe comes up. In this instance, my husband wants red beans and rice, I am not a big fan of red beans and rice so I decided if I must make this I am looking for a recipe that I will like as well. Plus he cannot say I never make him red beans and rice. (Giggles)
I added an extra can of drained kidney beans to the recipe for him, and instead of 1 clove of garlic, we added 3, I doubled the oregano and since I knew my husband would want a lot of rice, I just made instant rice in the microwave for 6 servings to please my hubby's large appetite. It was a great meal! Next time I think I need to double the meat and stick to just two cans of beans, it would be more pleasing to my taste buds.
Do you want to try this recipe? Go to All Recipes