Growing up in Nebraska, homemade chicken and noodles was a favorite meal of mine. My sous-chef dish-washing mother would buy a whole . At that time, there was no such thing as fresh deli rotisserie chicken, like we can buy now in most grocery stores, Sam’s or Costco. I remember when mom would open that […]
Am I the only cook on the planet who hasn’t heard of Poppy Seed Chicken Casserole? Apparently, when it comes to church food Poppy Seed Chicken Casserole has been a hit for a long, long time! My friend, Lila, made this casserole for a Community Bible Study fellowship lunch this spring. At first, I thought I […]
When you are in Manhattan the choices for a 5-star meal exists around nearly every corner. But when my Chief Travel Mate and I were reminiscing with friends, Catherine and Russ about Russ’s awesome 4-ingredient Spiessbraten … well, it didn’t make sense to go anywhere except to the market to buy a pork tenderloin! Russ quickly […]
As soon as Thanksgiving dinner is in our review mirror and before we start eating leftovers (or turkey noodle soup or turkey and rice casserole) I am ready for pasta, shrimp, beef, anything quick and easy. Enter … Shrimp Tortellini! This incredible recipe meets my criteria – simple, fast, and unbelievably delicious! Starting with fresh […]
Last February my son, Cory, and his wife, Ann, began using Blue Apron, a meal delivery service. Both Cory and Ann work outside the home and so they share the meal preparation. But Cory enjoys cooking much more than Ann does and so he is the primary cook (and she does the clean-up!) Blue Apron […]
This recipe for hot chicken salad reminds me so much of my new favorite veggie casserole! Before you think I’ve mixed up my fowl and my veggies let me explain. Every once in a while I eat something that I just can’t get enough of. It is usually when lots of people are around and […]
I know, you know, I never met a Quiche I didn’t like. So imagine my excitement when I saw this picture from Maureen at The Orgasmic Chef. It is autumn in the United States and pumpkins and spice and all things nice are dancing in my head. This includes butternut squash! Maureen begins her blog […]
How often do you hear … “These are the best _______ (fill in the blank) you have ever made”? Ever? I cook … a lot. My sous-chef dish-washing mom and The Chief are very kind and complimentary of my cooking. But recently I received the “these are the best meatballs you have ever made” response followed by the appropriate […]
This recipe is all over Facebook and quite a few websites including Food.com. The first recipe I saw called for plain Greek yogurt as the main ingredient. However, my sous-chef dish-washing mom is not a yogurt fan and so when I saw the same recipe made with mayonnaise, I knew that would be for us.
Stuffed chicken breasts are easy to make, fun to serve and at my house always get rave reviews. Bacon-wrapped Cream Cheese Stuffed Chicken is still the #1 most viewed recipe on my website. But, come on, we can’t eat bacon and cream cheese every night of the week!
I have a lot of new subscribers to My Daily Bread Body and Soul. What a blessing! That makes this a great time to take a few weeks and highlight some of my favorite recipes posted over the past 4 years. Bacon Wrapped Cream Cheese Stuffed Chicken Breast has taken the lead with the latest […]
There are so many kazillions of recipes floating around the internet how in the world do we choose which ones to try? I decided some time ago that I am only going to post the fabulous ones! The recipe that you’ve JUST GOTTA try. The recipe that I will make again. This is that recipe! […]
Happy Thursday! Is it winter where you are? Winter has really hit hard in Middle Tennessee the last two weeks. Last week rain, sleet, and ice and last night … snow! Beautiful snow. I know that snow isn’t a big deal for many of you. But in my neck of the woods … it is […]
What do you do purely for the love of your family? Something you would never, ever do except out of love? Tuna. Noodle. Casserole. That’s it. I make tuna noodle casserole because they love it. If I didn’t want to make them happy I would never, ever make tuna-anything. Actually, I would never even open […]
One of my favorite websites is Deep South Dish. It is written by Mary Foreman and she whips up some awesome dishes. She recently posted a recipe for this Divine Casserole. She says “Divine Casserole, sometimes called simply Sour Cream Noodle Bake, is sort of a cross between baked spaghetti and lasagna in its flavor. […]