BLP ( Bacon, Lettuce, Pickled Egg)
I thought I would keep this week’s recipe super simple. We have been on the go for the past few weeks and I haven’t had much time to edit new recipes.
(Note: This recipe is not my own. This recipe came from a small country market I used to work at called Maulers’ market. This market no longer exists but I wanted to keep the memories of it alive by sharing this recipe.)
Right after I graduated high school I got a job at a local country market. Read more »
Stuffed Chicken & Shells Casserole
Lately, I’ve been glancing through a lot of the old cookbooks I inherited from my Nana. In one of the books, I came across a recipe for Chicken Stuffed Shells. The recipe looked delicious, however, the directions had more steps than I cared to follow.
September and October are filled with fairs and festivals! I love how the smell of food just lingers in the air as soon as you arrive at one of these events.
Honey Battered Chicken Tacos
Hola! Tomorrow is Cinco De Mayo so what better month to celebrate tacos then May?! I’m starting the month off with these Honey battered Chicken Tacos. I know it sounds weird, but trust me,
Baked Italian Hoagie Sandwiches
Make these Baked Italian Hoagie Sandwiches for your next family game night or party. Not only are they quick and easy to make but they are also delicious. I have been making these for awhile and they are always a huge hit!
Ham Salad Sliders with Spicy Mustard Sauce
I served these ham salad sliders at our super bowl party along with some other recipes that came by special request including my Buckin’ Bronco Nachos. I always like serving my recipes to a small crowd to get their reaction before posting them to my website.
A while back my good friend Prudy, from Butter Basil and Breadcrumbs, posted a recipe for buffalo deviled eggs. After looking at her recipe, I am now a firm believer in LOVE at first sight. These deviled eggs look DIVINE; I can’t wait to try them! If you have yet to visit her blog,
Bacon cheeseburgers have always been one of my favorites; it’s a classic. I mean seriously, who doesn’t enjoy a big juicy bacon cheeseburger with grease dripping down to your elbows? I wanted to find a way to put all these flavors into one mouthwatering appetizer, and that is exactly what I did!
* This recipe was adapted from the recipe Hot Artichoke dip; found at the top of page 6 in the cook -book 100 best Appetizer Recipes. You can find this cookbook at 5 below, which is where I purchased the book.
A few weeks ago I was at the 5 below store when I came across a few cool cookbooks that I knew I wanted for my collection.