Lasagna

You can never have too many lasagna recipes, in my opinion. They may not always be significantly different, but sometimes you can take ideas and methods from various recipes to combine into your “own” special method. My mother used to put slices of pepperoni into hers on occasion. I loved that. These days, if I … Continue reading

Tuna Potato Chip Casserole

Who doesn’t like crushed potato chips on their tuna casserole? This is straight up mid-century comfort food. Tuna Potato Chip Casserole¬† 1 can cream of mushroom soup 1/3 cup milk 1 7 oz can tuna 1 cup crushed potato chips 1 cup cooked or canned peas Empty can of soup into a casserole dish. Add … Continue reading

Overnight Casserole

You know how sometimes the leftovers are even better than the first time you have a dish, because the flavors have been able to combine? Well, this casserole seems to work on that principle. The uncooked elbow macaroni is allowed to soak up the liquids, and when baked it probably tastes pretty good. Also, I … Continue reading

Tasty Macaroni & Cheese

I’d guess for people in their fourth week of self quarantine & social distancing, comfort food is a must. While we might try to eat healthful meals and not gain weight, no one is going to blame anyone for needing some good old mac & cheese. This recipe has a variety of added ingredients that … Continue reading

Noodles Romanoff

I realize there are probably lots of people named Romanoff and that they are all happy and healthy, but all I can think of is the doomed Romanoff family from pre-Revolution Russia. And this dish should raise their memory, for good reason. Trading on the name of the tragic family, there was a very successful … Continue reading