This is our family recipe!! Tenen Family Meatloaf…you’ll notice the addition of ketchup in the mixture and on top….my mom added ketchup to most foods she made!Continue reading “Tenen Family Meatloaf!”
This is our family recipe!! Tenen Family Meatloaf…you’ll notice the addition of ketchup in the mixture and on top….my mom added ketchup to most foods she made!Continue reading “Tenen Family Meatloaf!” →
I had never heard about YAPCHIK in my entire life! But I am sure glad I found this recipe now!Continue reading “YAPCHIK – Slow Baked Potato Kugel” →
This is my go-to pickled brisket dish. I have boiled pickled briskets & I have made them in an InstaPot My New Instant Pot! Corned Beef & Cabbage, bur my very favourite way to cook & eat a picked brisket is this way!
I like to make a rolled turkey breast… this way I get some turkey without a ton of leftovers!
Osso Buco is a delicious beef dish made with beef shank. The meat is cooked slowly making this beef so tender you only need a fork to eat it!Continue reading “Osso Buco” →
This is the beef that I BBQ’d last night…
I don’t like lamb but Murray does, so I put some lamb chops on the BBQ for him! They are not a first-cut lamb chop but these have more meat per chop & are thick so he was a happy guy!
This is absolutely one of our favorite marinades for chicken pieces when we are going to BBQ chicken. We BBQ chicken a lot in the summer & I like a BBQ sauce on the chicken but sometimes, I just want to switch it up a bit!
There are countless recipes for chicken schnitzel. The main difference I think is the seasoning that is used. I am going to just give you a simple recipe that you can change the seasonings to suit your own taste should you chose.
Meatballs are pretty versatile in terms of flavouring them! I love Sweet & Sour meatballs, here is a link to a post with a recipe for that…. & I have a really good recipe for pineapple meatballs I will do another time.
I am sure most of you have a recipe for Apricot Chicken. It has been around for a long time. I make mine differently then the usual way. My sister, Edith, gave me the recipe probably about 34 years ago, shortly after I was married. I was very new to the kitchen & misunderstood her instructions!