Full disclosure: I have no idea why this bread (almost) tastes like sour dough, but it really does. And it’s soft, holds up when slicing, and absolutely delicious.
Hearty and delicious with a bit of a kick to it.
Odds are that you’ve never heard of this dish which takes its name from Brown Hotel in Louisville, KY where it originated. It is rich and delicious, and it’s a great way to use that leftover turkey.
It was my first time trying gnocchi, and I told my wife it felt familiar, like a “posh chicken and dumplings”. Rich and savory with quite a bit of visual appeal.
This is a “Don’t Starve” spaghetti, so if you’re looking for something exciting or new, you won’t find it here.
Hearty and flavorful.
Spicy chili with beans. Goes great with cornbread or grilled cheese (or if you’re from these parts, spaghetti noodles and a peanut butter sandwich).
2 large chicken breasts (or 1 pound shrimp, peeled and de-veined) 1 to 2 jars (15 ounce) alfredo sauce 1 pound package fettucine noodles 2 tablespoons vegetable or olive oil 1 tablespoon butter 1 teaspoon and 2 teaspoons Cajun seasoning, separated Directions: Cook noodles according to the instructions on the box. (Note: You want theContinue reading “Cajun Chicken (or Shrimp) Alfredo”
1/2 pound bulk sausage 1 can pre-made pizza dough 8 mozzarella sticks (low moisture) 1 egg, scrambled Italian Seasoning dry mix Parmesan cheese Directions: Brown and drain sausage. (When scrambling, the pieces should be pretty small to prevent breaking the dough later. If not using Italian sausage, you may want to also add some ItalianContinue reading “Pizza Sticks (Sausage)”
1 small package pepperoni 1 can pre-made pizza dough 8 mozzarella sticks (low moisture) 1 egg, scrambled Italian Seasoning dry mix Parmesan cheese Directions: Remove pizza dough from can, and cut into 8 equal pieces. Place 7 to 10 slices of pepperoni on each piece of pizza dough. For each piece of dough, wrap theContinue reading “Pizza Sticks (Pepperoni)”