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I learned how to make hamburger stroganoff when I was pretty young. I remember my mom standing behind me in the kitchen to watch that I was doing it right.
This warm comforting dish is perfect for one of those crisp cool days of fall. This could be assembled the day before so that you can pop it in the oven and hour before dinner time.
This page I am dedicating to my sister Laurel. She is the oldest of us sisters and as we lovingly call her the BOSS. Laurel and I are the closest in personality and our dislikes and likes are very similar.
This is the second of what I hope will be many readers contributions. Dave is a friend and collegue of my husbands. They work together.
This is another old favorite we have to have on our family table of appetizers during the holidays. If there isn't a crock pot or roaster with these your not at our family gathering.
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I adapted this recipe from a recipe I received at curves. Wanting a little more flavor in the meat I decided to add the onion soup mix.
This is another recipe from my sister Laurel. She resides in North Carolina with her husband and three children and 8 beautiful grandchildren.
I have always made corned beef and cabbage as a tradition in our house when this Holiday rolls around. When my girls were little we would take their milk and add green food coloring to it.
I have taken my mothers treasured recipe and adapted to make it easier and also less expensive. By using cottage cheese instead of ricotta you can save a few dollars.
The recipe is not a treasured one of my moms but I am very sure if she had this recipe it would have become a favorite in our house when I was growing up.
Growing up I will always remember the wonderful smell of a rolled beef roast on the grill. My mom would make this recipe quit often since back in the 60's we ate beef at least 3 to 4 times a week.
First off I know it is spelled wrong but that is how my mom has it spelled on her recipe! I don't remember having this as a kid growing up but if we did I am sure she did not tell us it was eggplant.