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His and Her Sweet Potato Casserole

His and Her Sweet Potato Casserole, two Thanksgiving traditions come together, toasted marshmallows and pecan crumble toppings blanketing creamy smooth sweet potatoes.  Scrumptious!! His and Her Sweet Potato Casserole is the perfect sweet potato dish. We have half of our family that likes the marshmallow topping, and half that like the crumble topping, so last year, I came up with the idea to serve one dish with two variations. It was such a hit that I decided to make it again this year.

Bacon Double Cheeseburger Skillet: A Quick Weeknight Dinner

Bacon Double Cheeseburger Skillet, a great family meal that will remind you of an American classic that is ready in less than 30 minutes using few ingredients.   This Bacon Double Cheeseburger Skillet comes together in less than 30 minutes making it the perfect weeknight dinner meal. The ingredients are probably in your fridge and pantry now, elbow macaroni, ground beef, bacon, milk, shredded cheese, and seasonings.   You can add a few ingredients for toppings, dollop of mayonnaise or mustard, chopped tomatoes, minced jalapenos, and chopped pickles. Yes. The pickles give it a new dimension that will wow you. Make the recipe your own and play with the ingredients.

Apple Walnut Cream Cheese Pound Cake

Apple Walnut Cream Cheese Pound Cake, rich, moist and full of chunks of fresh apples, walnuts, cream cheese and a lot of butter with a hint of cinnamon.  All the flavors of a fall dessert. Have you made or had a cake that tastes better the next day?  Well, I am here to tell you that the Apple Walnut Cream Cheese Pound Cake gets better and better the longer it sits. It is a good idea to make the Apple Walnut Cream Cheese Pound Cake a day ahead if you are planning for guest.

Roasted Cinnamon Buttery Pears

Roasted Cinnamon Buttery Pears, simple dish showcasing the straightforward flavor of pears.  They are buttery slightly sweet served as an accompaniment to pork, garnished in a winter salad, but also makes an elegant dessert for a fall dinner party, bridal brunch and quick weeknight snack. Pears rarely get center stage over apples and pumpkins in the fall, but for me, they sing fall.  Roasting fruit is a purist way to dress up fruit for dessert or accompaniment to other dishes. As much as I like pears, I do not wish to mask the pure flavor of the pear with a lot of other intense flavors.  When I eat pears, I want to taste pears.