Have you ever tried cooking a steak in a cast iron skillet on your stovetop? This is a great alternative to grilling, especially when you have cold temps outside with snow falling like we do.Continue reading
Ham is a favorite dish to serve for the Christmas and Easter Holidays. A sugar-free Maple Glaze is just perfect on the spiral cut ham.Continue reading
Chicken Croquettes—did you know you can make them at home? It is really not that hard, either! This is one of the best ways to use up leftover cooked chicken or turkey.Continue reading
Canning meat is easier than most people think. It is so handy to have canned meat on your pantry shelves to make a quick meal on busy days. Pop the lid off the jar and you can make Chickenetti, Soups, barbecues, and even pizza.Continue reading
I love Buffalo Wing Sauce/cheese and these appetizer meatballs have a double dose of it. Hidden in these meatballs is Buffalo Wing Cheese for a spicy pop. The sauce combines Buffalo Wing Sauce, Ketchup, and butter. So if you love spice these are just for you!Continue reading
Thanksgiving is just around the corner! This Garlic and Herb Roasted Turkey will wow you guests with its taste and presentation. Another side bonus is, your house will smell wonderful while this is turkey is roasting. The broth from roasting the turkey makes the best gravy.Continue reading
With Oven, Insta-pot, and Crock Pot Instructions.
Roasted Beef is a comfort food to many people. My late mother-in-law would roast beef and pork together and it was so delicious. We, usually don’t think of coffee as an ingredient in roast beef but the acids in the coffee help to tenderize the meat and make a rich dark broth. I use my own All Purpose Seasoned Salt blend to season the meat but you can use other on-plans Season salts as well. I do think the addition of Smoked Paprika to the All Purpose Seasoned Salt gives a wonderful flavor to the roasted meat.Continue reading
This post was created in partnership with Ninja and I received a complimentary product but all opinions in this post are my own.
Wings are a favorite food to get at pizza-style restaurants but so often they are covered in a sugary sauce. These Cajun Chicken Wings are juicy and crispy after being fried using Air-Fry Crisping in the Ninja® Foodi™ Pressure Cooker. The Air-Fry Crisping gives wonderful results without all the fat of deep frying. I loved the simplicity of the Ninja Foodie as it so easy to use and the wings were a golden brown in a short time. Served with Spicy Cajun Sauce these wings have become a favorite in our house. Pair these with a large garden salad for a wonderful meal.Continue reading
Bags of plump cranberries on store shelves tell us that Christmas is just around the corner. Cranberries freeze very well so I buy a number of bags to freeze to use later in the year. I love their tartness in cheesecakes, pies, drinks, and also dried for snacking. They also star in this glaze. Spiral-cut Ham baked with cranberry sauce will be served for our Christmas dinner this year.Continue reading