Instead of using bread or buns (which are overly processed), I eat these veggie burger patties as seen below, or halved, in romaine lettuce leaves (making a “burger boat”). They also make great leftovers, crumbled onto a green salad or baked potato, or hearty traveling or hiking snacks. Preparation note: While it’s not necessary, cooking...Read More »
This one is an odd combination of flavors but it works. We came up with this on the fly. Ok really we were low on groceries and we didn’t feel like making a trip to the store. We used a wok … Advertisements
You'll score points when you spoon the halftime meal into these hearty bowls. The bread's spongy texture makes it the perfect container for the creamy full-flavored chowder...or a thick soup, stew or chili. -Darlene Alexander, Nekoosa, Wisconsin Skip links
Tailgaters love to munch, so this crunchy snack mix is perfect for a pre-game spread. "Everyone who has tried it likes it," says Lucile Cline of Wichita, Kansas. A retired Extension home economist, Lucile won a ribbon at the state fair with this recipe. Skip links
Salty and savory, this blue cheese sauce dresses up the average pork chop—and metaphorically takes it to the prom—in this amazingly simple and delectable meal. Fire up your stovetop and let the dance begin!
Happy Thursday, y’all! Welcome to Day 13 of Hope y’all have been enjoying all the deliciousness that these wonderful guest posters have been sharing! I am so beyond thrilled that Robyn is today's guest poster. Robyn is exceptionally talented, her photographs and recipes are phenomenal. I want to just
"Broccoli grows abundantly during the long summer days here in Alaska," Heidi Doudna explains from Fairbanks. "I like to harvest it and freeze it along with julienned carrots, so this is always ready to go. The two vegetables are wonderful together, and the judges at our state fair even awarded this dish a first prize." Skip links