Chicken Spinach Tortellini Soup is a welcome spin on traditional chicken soup, perfect for lunch and hearty enough for dinner.
Shrimp is a favorite here, and it goes so well with rice. Most of the ingredients in Shrimp Corn Pilaf are staple items in the kitchen, so it’s quick to throw together on those nights that you don’t feel like getting stuck in the kitchen.
Old-fashioned oatmeal is a comfort food for many, and this baked blueberry peach oatmeal makes it easy. No stirring required!
Fried chicken is always a favorite. Add orange and complementary spices, and it becomes something extra special. This easy recipe results in golden brown, tender, juicy, utterly scrumptious chicken.
Lamb shanks are not very tender and require slow braising. The crockpot is the perfect choice to tenderize tough meat.
Enjoy hot cross buns not only for Easter and Lent, but also the rest of the year. Filled with raisins and optional hazelnuts, then topped with a simple cross of icing.
Butterscotch Crumb Muffins received an overwhelming “thumbs up” from reviewers, and they couldn’t be easier to make. Buttermilk and brown sugar form the basis for these tasty muffins
Grandma’s Meatloaf was a family favorite in many households in the 1950’s, and has been handed down from generation to generation. The key is in the onion soup mix, plus the mixture of ground beef with pork sausage for added flavor and moisture. The bacon is the cherry on top.