Slow-Cooker Green Been Casserole

This is a wonderful side dish to add to the Thanksgiving table. Taken from Cooking with Paula Deen, November 2017 magazine, it is one of the recipes that will be at our Thanksgiving dinner. This whole magazine is full of great recipes. Get out and buy it…you won’t be sorry. 3 tables butter 1 (8 … Continue reading

Caesar Mushroom Caps

Isn’t it great to receive those cooking magazines that all us to have wonderful evenings when we get to just sit and look through them for new ideas? Because Fall is (hopefully for those of us who live in the Sun Belt, known as Arizona) right around the corner, it seems like those kind of … Continue reading

Squash Casserole

6 Tables unsalted butter, divided 3 lb yellow squash, sliced thick (about 5 medium squash) 1 medium size yellow onion, chopped 2 teas kosher salt, divided 2 large eggs, lightly beaten 1 (8 oz) sour cream 4 oz sharp cheddar cheese 2 oz Swiss cheese, shredded (about 1/2 cup) 1/2 cup mayonaise 2 teas chopped … Continue reading

Bruschetta Melts

One of my favorite foods is bruschetta. Sometimes on a Friday or Sunday evening, instead of making dinner, we choose to just have a plate of bruschetta. When I saw this in a Taste of Home magazine from 2015 (ok, I have been kinda busy and am just sitting down to go through some old … Continue reading

Spiraled Zucchini

When we arrived in Texas on our trip back 2 weeks ago, my sister-in-law welcomed us there with a veggie meal, which I had requested. She makes the best veggies and after two days of Mexican food on the road, we were more than ready to see something green on our plates besides green chiles. … Continue reading

Zucchini A La Meatless

I know, that is a corny name, but just couldn’t help myself today. This past weekend we had two different sets of friends from California over for dinner as they were passing through town. It was not only great to see them, but it allowed me to cook for more than two, which just thrilled … Continue reading

Baked Cabbage Steaks

Last evening, we discovered that something very simple to make can be extremely good! Wow, we were shocked at how good the cooking method could change the normal flavor of boiled or fried cabbage. I had seen this on FaceBook and decided to just try it last night. Even picky Randy who isn’t a real … Continue reading

Pork Roast

A couple of days ago, taking a break from packing boxes, I got hungry for a pork roast!  We  texted (only old people call their kids) our kids and ask them if they wanted to come over for dinner.  I think we all know the answer to that question anytime free food is involved! So … Continue reading

Chile Rellanos/Tkbakesalot Style

Randy and I are hooked!  We have such fun making these so we look for anyone who is wanting to try them! Last week we had some family over who loves Mexican food so had told them we would make them! They brought guacamole and I fried flour tortillas into homemade chips!  The difference is … Continue reading