For years my mother has made what she calls “goulash”—ground beef, green pepper, a can of diced tomatoes, and lots of elbow macaroni. I do believe this is what most Americans think of when they hear the word “goulash”. I believe this is actually a variation of American chop suey. And while this is a…
Mexican Cornbread Dressing
Looking for a dish to spice up your holidays? Try this savory Mexican cornbread dressing (or stuffing as some people call it). You won’t be disappointed! Note: you can stuff this in the turkey or make it on its own. Either way is delicious! Savory, easy, and uniquely delightful, this stuffing will be a hit…
Split Pea Soup
Ages ago, I had lunch at a restaurant that is no longer in business. I ordered the split pea soup as an appetizer, and it came with celery and carrots. “That’s interesting” I thought. I went home and tried to improve upon it, and ended up with peasant food at its very finest. Full of…
Cowboy Hot Pot
Easy to make and easy on the budget. Here’s how to have a family-friendly meal on the table in an hour or less. Oh, and here’s the BBC Good Food recipe for yorkies. Looking for a quick dinner that's different? Try a delicious cowboy hot-pot, just perfect for cold weather!
Instant Pot Pasta/Lasagna
We’re experimenting with a new plugin that makes it easy to print out just the recipe. I’m not sure if I like it, but we’ll see. Finally! An easy way to make one-pot pasta where you don't have to boil the pasta! This nutrition information is only approximate, because the nutrition calculator doesn’t take into…
Carne Guisada con Pollo
There’s nothing better than tender, spicy chicken served over rice to absorb all that sauce.
Pork Cutlets in the Air Fryer
What’s better than pork cutlets? How about pork cutlets in the air fryer? Less fat, less mess, more flavor. Oh, yeah! Until now, making pork cutlets has always meant a lot of cleanup because frying them on the stove uses a lot of oil. No more!