These Loaded Baked Potatoes can almost make a meal on their own! Potato skins filled with creamy, cheesy potato mash and topped with all your favourite garnishes! Continue reading “Loaded Baked Potatoes”
These pan seared Brussel Sprouts with hits of bacon and drizzled with a Balsamic Fig Glaze are delicious and couldn’t be easier to make. Continue reading “Brussel Sprouts with Bacon & Balsamic Fig Glaze”
This BLT Salad, as in Bacon, Lettuce and Tomato Salad with curly endive lettuce will perk up your winter salad selections. Continue reading “Bacon Lettuce and Tomato Salad”
These are Man-Burgers! Bourbon Onion Marmalade topping with bacon and easy Bourbon BBQ sauce on meaty burgers. Just in time for Father’s Day and summer! Continue reading “Double Bourbon Bacon Burgers”
Don’t let the garlic in this dish scare you off. Once it is roasted it becomes sweet and creamy and not at all pungent.
Rouladen is a traditional German recipe which literally translates to ‘roll ups’. It is melt in your mouth by the time it has simmered in its juices for an hour or two. This is a typical Sunday dinner or holiday recipe. Continue reading “German Rouladen”
This amazing Lobster Seafood Chowder tastes like the sea-side! It makes a meal on its own with a buttered roll. You can make it stove top or in your slow cooker. The lobster and the sherry make it elegant enough to serve as a casual holiday meal.
After you make these slow cooker baked beans you’ll never want to go back to canned beans again. They are so healthy for you too – low fat, low sodium, high protein, high fiber. Continue reading “Home-Made Boston Baked Beans”
I can’t decide which potato salad I like best! This is the 3rd variation of German potato salad I am posting. The base of this is the same as Warm Potato Salad with Beer– only the dressing is different!
This creamy one is really interesting as well because of the warm butter, beer mix you pour over the hot potato dice. I think you will get a lot of people asking what is in this salad because unless you have seen the recipe it is hard to put your finger on on what you are tasting.
I like this one with Schnitzel because the creaminess offsets the dryness of the schnitzel cutlet. You can keep it relatively calorie light by using light mayonnaise and light sour cream.
As you may know from my other posts my favourite new way to cook my potatoes is in my pressure cooker, 15-17 minutes for 12 whole medium size potatoes! And no mushiness! I feel like I am becoming a broken record!