Favorite Beef Loaf

Just the other day, a friend of mine was lamenting that she couldn’t make meat loaf because she can’t tolerate milk. After shaking my head, because I have never ever made meatloaf with milk, I shared a recipe very similar to this one with her. She happily was able to make her meatloaf and even … Continue reading

Beef & Grits Casserole

I think this one is going to be a hard no for me. I’m not a huge fan of grits to start with. What is your experience – do you love them or leave them? Beef & Grits Casserole 1 recipe Jim Dandy Grits for 6 servings 2 eggs well beaten 1 1/2 pounds of … Continue reading

Pizza Casserole

Happy Thursday, folks! I hope everyone is sequestering well and not experiencing cabin fever. We at Casa de Gram’s are doing fine and soldiering on. Today’s casserole looks like it might be something good for tired moms and dads to make after a long day of wrangling children, pets and work. Pizza Casserole Brown 2 … Continue reading

Italian Style Casserole (Nancy Tucker)

While you are holed up in your self-quarantine, this might be a hearty, robust casserole for a hungry family. Looks like the macaroni will make a single layer topped with a beefy and tomato-y layer. Italian Style Casserole (Nancy Tucker) 1 lb ground beef 1 medium onion, chopped 1 clove garlic, minced 1 T salad … Continue reading

Chow Mein Hot Dish

Chow Mein as a hot dish is not something I would have expected, but this recipe from an old notebook delivers the goods. Chow mein is often confused with chop suey – both dishes have a vegetable mix and sometimes meat included. The difference is noodles vs rice, and the fact that chow mein is