My mom made this meal quite often when I was a kid. I remember smelling it cooking while outside playing with the neighborhood kids;
Turkey Kielbasa Stir Fry
I mainly share recipes that my family enjoys, but once in awhile I like to share a recipe that I do not particularly care for but has rave reviews by others. One of those is this recipe for Turkey Kielbasas Stir Fry.
(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 »
Chicken Corn Soup Casserole
A good portion of this month will be filled with ribbon noodles and casseroles. We’re continuing with this chicken corn soup casserole. Chicken corn soup is one of my absolutely favorite soups to eat in the winter. Read more »
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.
Making this recipe really reminds me of when my Nana was still around for the holidays. I remember how as soon as I walked into her house at Christmas, I’d be bombarded by her four dogs and the amazing aroma of turkey and stuffing wafting from the kitchen. Read more »
* 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.
My mom make this all the time, it’s delicious! Not to mention quick and simple. It’s the perfect meal to make when you are in a hurry.
2 pounds ground beef (fried and drained)
1 head of lettuce (washed,