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"Big Daddy's" mustard roasted Cornish hens are the highlight of every family gathering.
This quiche makes its own crust, that is part of its charm. You can use canned asparagus and canned mushrooms which speeds up making this recipe.
This is the old style casserole, topped with crushed potato chips.
My mother made this recipe for many years. She loved it and so do we. I have been making it also for years. It is a fairly large recipe, but keeps a week in refrierator.
If you are like me, your kid (or kids) love chicken nuggets--but you have a hard time bringing yourself to feeding them the processed premade frozen ones on a regular basis! These are an easy homemade version that the whole family will love.
Tilapia is relatively inexpensive and readily available, which allows for preparing this dish for a large gathering.
Our sons both used this recipe when in Scouts. They would go on Scout trips and each have the responsibility of preparing a meal for the group. Needless to say, they had to make more than this recipe.
I call these Cecil's beef tips. Cecil Griffin was a favorite neighbor of ours when I was very young. He was a retired Navy cook, served in WWII. His wife, Olive, brought over some of this one day, and I told Mom to get a bunch of Cecil's recipes. He made his in a covered casserole, baking it in the ...
These are great for a vegetarian meal. The pineapple is a different twist to the enchiladas.
Use freshwater fish, such as Walleye, Bass, Tilapia or Saltwater sweet, white fleshed fish like Sole, Halibut or Flounder.