Corned beef hash is a hearty comfort food, perfect for using up leftover corned beef from St. Patrick’s Day. My Granny-Ma’s version was just the potatoes, sweet onions, and corned beef, all fried in bacon grease.
Slash your kitchen time this St. Patrick’s Day by making crockpot corned beef and cabbage. Apple juice, orange, mustard, and cloves give a delightful twist of flavor to the corned beef.
Smoky Mountain Snowcaps are a scrumptious butter cookie loaded with walnuts and white chocolate. The cookies are finished with a dusting of powdered sugar to simulate snow. They are not only pretty, but also easy to make.
Colorful and tasty, Crab Rice Pilaf can serve as a main or side dish. Preparation time is minimal, and it cooks up in less than 30 minutes. It’s a perfect last minute meal for busy cooks.
Beef Mozzarella Roll is definitely not your Mama’s meatloaf. This unusual beef and sausage roll is stuffed with mushrooms, sweet onions, and mozzarella cheese.
Do you love Danish pastries and cake? Fruit Cheese Coffee Cake is a delightful mash-up of the two. This coffee cake is a snap to put together, using basic cake ingredients and canned pie filling for the fruit layer.
Tired of the same old chicken casserole? Fennel chicken and rice is just the ticket to turn those frowns upside-down. Rice cooks along with chicken and fennel seed for an incredibly easy and tasty casserole. The flavor of the fennel seeds really makes this down-home recipe pop.
Chiles and allspice give a punch of flavor to this creamy, spicy pumpkin bisque. The soup gets a jump-start from canned pumpkin, but feel free to use freshly-cooked and pureed pumpkin.