dinner, Pantry Challenge, Pasta, pasta, Recipes

Sundried Tomato Garlic Noodles – A pantry meal (Vegetarian)

My aunt came into town and helped me rearrange my pantry. Once I knew what was in my pantry, it was easy to decide what to make for dinner. I had some Pasta Roni's Butter and Garlic noodles, sundried tomatoes, black olives, chickpeas, and canned chicken in the pantry. What could I make for dinner?… Continue reading Sundried Tomato Garlic Noodles – A pantry meal (Vegetarian)

dinner, Family Recipe, Gluten Free, Pork, Recipes, write 31 2017

What I Like About Fall and “Soy Sauce” Pork Chops (GF, DF, Paleo, W30)- Blog Post #13

I didn't feel good on Wednesday night so I did not get this post up for the week.  Headache and tiredness.  Yuck!  It was an early night for me. This week's prompt is what do I like about fall.  The flavors of fall - cinnamon, nutmeg, and cloves Pumpkin Spice Latte, Maple Pecan Lattes, and… Continue reading What I Like About Fall and “Soy Sauce” Pork Chops (GF, DF, Paleo, W30)- Blog Post #13

dinner, Gluten Free, Meat, Recipes, write 31 2017

Breaded Cube Steak (GF, DF) – Blog Post #7

The Imaginative One loves hamburger.  In fact, he loves to order hamburgers with ketchup only when we do go to fast food restaurants.  Since cube steak is similar to hamburger, he enjoyed this meal. You could certainly make this with all purpose flour instead of the gluten free flour blend. Speaking of gluten free flour… Continue reading Breaded Cube Steak (GF, DF) – Blog Post #7

Chicken, chicken 1, dinner, Recipes, slow cooker, Write 31 2016

Cashew Chicken (Day 22)

Welcome to Day 22 of 31 Days of Slow Cooking. Your pets least likable character trait. It's thundering outside.  The rain is pouring.  Suddenly lightening lit up the sky. No one's home but the dog.  He needs comfort from the scary storm outside.  So what he does he do? Does he run and hide in… Continue reading Cashew Chicken (Day 22)

dinner, Pork, Recipes, slow cooker, Write 31 2016

Honey and Apple Pork Roast (Day 15)

Welcome to Day 15 of 31 Days of Slow Cooking.  We are at the halfway point of the 31 days of slow cooking. The Imaginative One is working towards his cooking merit badge.  He's done the camping portion of the merit badge.  Now it's time for him to create a menu and then cook it… Continue reading Honey and Apple Pork Roast (Day 15)

dinner, Ham, Recipes, slow cooker, Write 31 2016

Coca Cola Ham (Day 14)

Welcome to Day 14 of 31 Days of Slow Cooking. Ham is one of those meals that I can make that all the family members will run, skip, or hop to the table when I make it for dinner. When the Imaginative One turned 13, we had this for his belated birthday dinner.  The Coca… Continue reading Coca Cola Ham (Day 14)

dinner, Recipes, slow cooker, Write 31 2016

Dear Tanya (10/13) and Slow Cooker Meatloaf (Day 13)

Welcome to Day 13 of 31 Days of Slow Cooking! I've updated my recipe for Young's Dairy Pumpkin bread/ muffins. Dearest Tanya, It's been a month and a half since your death and since mom has lived with me.  She has found an apartment 3 minutes from my house that she's going to move in… Continue reading Dear Tanya (10/13) and Slow Cooker Meatloaf (Day 13)

dinner, Recipes, slow cooker, Write 31 2016

Chicken Pot Pie (Day 11)

Welcome to Day 11 of 31 Days of Slow Cooking. Today we are going to finish off the photographs from the Donut Trail.  We ended up at a farm called Burwinkel Farms.  The Imaginative One and I had fun walking around the farm for a little while.   These are some photographs from our drive… Continue reading Chicken Pot Pie (Day 11)

dinner, ground beef, Lunch, Recipes, sandwich, Sandwiches, slow cooker, Write 31 2016

Sloppy Joes (Day 6)

Welcome to Day 6 of the 31 Days of Slow Cooking.  Today I'm featuring sloppy Joes. The Imaginative One is a Boy Scout.  For the past year, he's tried to get all of the requirements done so that he can move up to first class.  On Tuesday night, he met up with an Eagle Scout… Continue reading Sloppy Joes (Day 6)

Chicken, dinner, easy, Recipes

Oven “Fried” Chicken (Gluten Free Option)

My family loves fried chicken especially Kentucky Fried Chicken.  It's not healthy to eat KFC though.  So when I found this recipe back in February, I was super excited.  It's a little bit healthier because you bake the chicken instead of frying it in oil.   Prep is quick.  There are very ingredients used in… Continue reading Oven “Fried” Chicken (Gluten Free Option)