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”
I like to make a rolled turkey breast… this way I get some turkey without a ton of leftovers!
It isn’t very often that I see some beef shanks in the grocery store where I buy my meat but I saw some the other day & picked up a couple of packages. Osso Buco was the what I wanted to cook with this meat, It was pretty expensive so I wanted to make sure that I could count on the recipe I was going to use. Continue reading “Osso Buco”
Chinese food at home! Such a good thing! This recipe is pretty easy! It was delicious. it seems I am always saying that about the recipes I am blogging, but it is true! I do not post recipes that I don’t think are good enough for you to try 🙂 Of course, not all of the recipes on this blog are to everyones taste, but Murray & I like all of them! This General Tso’s chicken is definitely worth making! Continue reading “General Tso’s Chicken”
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!