I meant to have this posted last week, but item is an enemy some days. This recipe isn’t appealing to me – there are a whole lot of peas and tomatoes in it and those two are not on my list of “approved” veggies. It sounds like a meat & veg casserole. I love the … Continue reading
Oh dear. I suppose this could be like tuna casserole. It’s basically the fish and noodles with a cream sauce. Just….it’s a no for me, dawg. Macaroni and Salmon 1 8 oz pkg White Pearl macaroni (cooked) 1 can salmon 2 tbsp butter 2 cups milk 3 tbsp flour Buttered bread crumbs Combine a tablespoon … Continue reading
Not to be confused with celery, rhubarb is a pink, stalk plant in the vegetable family. The use of rhubarb originated in medicine, but some time in the 18th century, people started using it in the kitchen as well. It has a strong, tart taste which leads it to most often being prepared with sugar. … Continue reading
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
Here’s a smaller amount of beans for a family to manage! Interesting that the recipe again calls for pork & beans in a can. It’s probably just the convenience of not having to make the pork & beans, then combine with something else.
This recipe isn’t completely “from scratch” because it uses prepared beans, but still, this could be yummy for a barbecue or other large gathering. Because can your family eat 6 pounds of beans? Mine can’t. And, imagine the flatulence, oh my. Also, if you have a Costco or other wholesale type store available to you, … Continue reading
I’m not 100% sure what a pineapple casserole would taste like, but with the flour and sugar, it sounds like maybe a dessert? This is an interesting one and I wonder how it would taste. The addition of a Ritz cracker topping is very unusual.