This feels like a Sunday Roast kind of recipe! We never really had Sunday Roast in my family, we had Monday Night Soup though. :-) So, on this recipe, it references that no steam should escape from the roasting pan. I wonder if you could make this in a roast pot with a well sealed … Continue reading
Ah, lasagna, that layered pasta and meat casserole made of comfort and calories! This recipe is called Quick Lasagna, but I can’t see how it would be much quicker than “slow” lasagna, except maybe that the sauce is not simmered all day. These days, we open a jar of sauce and just use that. Prego! … Continue reading
Here’s another twofer recipe, in that there were two cards called Jean’s Spaghetti Sauce, but the real bonus is that one of them includes the recipe for the meatballs referenced in the sauce. Whew, I wasn’t sure what we were going to do there! Both recipes seem to have the same ingredients just in a … Continue reading
Is it Missouri or Messouri? It sure looks like an E to me. Anyway, Missouri Casserole is a dish of layered potatoes, ground beef and onions. There are versions that include sliced peppers, green beans, and picante sauce in place of tomatoes or tomato sauce. Most of the recipes indicate that the potatoes should be … Continue reading
Not just beef casserole, but a deluxe beef casserole…whee! I’m not sure on this one. The beef part sounds fine, but adding cottage and cream cheese just goes in the wrong direction for me.
Here where I live, it is finally getting cold enough to make some of the wonderful comfort foods & casseroles that sustain us through the long winter (if you consider a high of 65º cold lol! We have thin skins here haha) Shepherds Pie is a favorite in my family, and I made it recently. … Continue reading
Like many I’m sure, I thought that Swiss Steak had its origins in Switzerland. But, we are all wrong! Swissing is the process of smoothing fabric (usually cotton) in between rollers in a factory. In England, someone decided to swiss their cheap cut of beef by pounding it and smoothing it out before cooking … Continue reading