Showing posts from August, 2016

Brown Sugar Pumpkin Pie Bars

Brown Sugar Pumpkin Pie Bars , an elegant pumpkin pie in a simple dessert bar.   A nice way to serve dessert at family gatherings, bridal showers, and even tailgate entertaining.  I am a little anxious for fall to get here, so I am going to get it started with a pumpkin recipe. Pumpkin is synonymous with fall so much so that we embrace the humble gourd in the squash family as a superfood, low in calories and high in fiber.  That works for me because I love pumpkin anything!

Cauliflower Rice Coleslaw ~ Makeover Leftovers

Cauliflower Rice Coleslaw , beautiful and healthy salad made with cauliflower crumbles, coleslaw mix, and a sweet, tangy dressing.  The perfect salad to celebrate the coming of the end of summer.   We love a Sunday family style dinner when we have our children join us for lunch.   Especially like this past Sunday, on the table, Sunday Pot Roast , Light Bread and Gravy, Long Grain Rice, Lima Beans, Sliced Tomatoes and Onions, and Cauliflower Rice Coleslaw.

Spicy Cabbage & Onion Steaks

Spicy Cabbage and Onion Steaks ,   a simple, fast and delicious humble vegetables that will wow any dinner guest.  Roasted in the oven thick cabbage and onion slices to perfection. My family is a huge fan of cabbage, and I was thrilled for another recipe that uses cabbage.  We like our cabbage sauteed with bacon and onions , so this is a spin off of my traditional recipe.

Marinated Salad ~ Sometimes called Shoepeg Corn Salad

Marinated Salad, a retro vegetable salad that has stood the test of time sometimes called Shoepeg Corn Salad in the South.   The recipe starts with traditional ingredients like green beans, green peas, and shoepeg corn.  Add some crunch with chopped celery and red onions and red bell pepper.  Toss all of it together with an oil and vinegar dressing.  

Sheet Pan Supper - Country Pork Ribs, Radishes, Turnips, and Brussel Sprouts

Sheet Pan Supper , means simple preparation, simple cooking, and the best, simple clean up.  A complete meal is put together by roasting a whole meal together in one sheet pan. This has to be one of my favorite meals in a long time.  I just recently discovered roasted radishes and turnips.  I knew they would be a great addition to this sheet pan supper.  My husband is a fan of country pork ribs, so we decided to go with it for a simple supper idea.  We just happened to have brussel sprouts in the refrigerator too so we added them.