Enchilada Casserole

This is another microwave casserole I made during the dark days of no stove or oven during construction. I adapted it from a recipe that required baking, but I realized I could do it the easy way. I have made it with Fritos and gourmet tortilla chips, but I found regular old tortilla chips in … Continue reading

KJ Potatoes

During the past 10 months of construction, I had to get creative in my cooking efforts since I lacked a stove. Or regular oven. Necessity is the mother of invention however, and I made up a dinner that my family enjoyed. I don’t think I will make it again just because it feels like “construction … Continue reading

Zucchini Pizza

Two recipes for zucchini pizza with only one variation – the addition of garlic in one of them. This seems like a side dish, maybe in place of a bread or as the veggie to a meal. Have you made something like this? Tell us, please!

Quick Lasagne

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

Impossible Zucchini Quiche

Here we go with another “impossible” recipe. I’m sure the motivation was to challenge home cooks to see if the recipe truly was impossible. Or maybe just being ironic. Was that a thing back then? Also, this lady must have grown or really loved zucchini, because there are countless preparations for it! In this case, … Continue reading

Quiche

Real men eat it and it’s yummy! I have always considered quiche to be a labor intensive dish, but it probably isn’t, honestly. With today’s methods, we can quickly grate cheese and shred meats. This particular recipe calls for canned meat, which is even easier if you are on a time budget. Using a premade … Continue reading

Zucchini Impossible Quiche

This particular card was wrapped in plastic, so I can assume it was well loved and used. At the very top left corner, just underneath the oven temp, our homemaker wrote something on the plastic, and now I cannot decipher what she wrote. If you can guess, please let us know. The “impossible” dishes arose … Continue reading