Pineapple Casserole

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. Pineapple Casserole 1 20 oz can chunk pineapple, drain & … Continue reading

Cheese-y Party Recipes

We are back in business, folks! I thank you for your patience for the past year. Let me just say that when you endeavor to renovate your home, it will likely take much longer than you expect, and if you live in your home during the project, add another month or two. O.o Anyway, what … Continue reading

Mock Drumsticks

I can remember as a teen, wanting a hotdog but we only had ground beef, so I formed a hotdog shape of hamburger, cooked it and at it in a hotdog bun. It fell apart but it tasted good. This particular recipe reminded me of that funny experience because it calls for the cook to … Continue reading

Chicken Loaf

Here’s an interesting recipe called Chicken Loaf. I assume it is similar to meatloaf or ham loaf, in that it is shaped into a loaf and baked in a loaf pan. I just don’t know, though.┬áIn general, meat in a loaf has great potential to be delicious, but the farther you get from beef, the … Continue reading

Chicken Franks & Sauerkraut Skillet Stew

This dish is a mouthful, both in title and in contents. Franks and sauerkraut, or sausage and sauerkraut more specifically, was a sometimes dinner when I was growing up, although I think my mother used Polish sausage or kielbasa sausage. These days it is so loaded with sodium we try to stay away from it, … Continue reading

Meatballs (?)

An untitled recipe for some sort of ball of meat or roll. I am calling it meatballs for lack of a better name. Morton’s Tender Quick is a curing agent, not a meat tenderizer, generally used to cure meats such as salami and corned beef. I’m not really sure what these may really be! UPDATE: … Continue reading

Shrimp Rabbit Sandwich

  I assure you, no fluffy bunnies were harmed in the making of this dish. I am not certain why this is called a rabbit sandwich, or even a sandwich honestly. It may date from the era of pot lucks and cocktail parties that featured bacon wrapped livers (aka rumaki), lime jello creations and things … Continue reading