Cheesecake, British racing green or red!
I feel like making scalloped potatoes too (have not had them for a very long time), love them but husband does not, however, kids (grown) do. We are having a roast beef, ham, and cheese ravioli this year, usually make lasagna, but have been hosting a lot lately so figure ravioli casserole is easier. Will make roasted potatoes, maybe scalloped as well, and asparagus. Will also be making cinnamon rolls, a fruit dip, FILO cheese and or spinach pie. Deserts will be carrot cake, pastel easter m&m's choc chip cookies, and either a lemon, lime or strawberry dessert. Only to host another party weekend after Easter, lucky me!
Used to love pop tarts, haven't had them in many years. I have to say frosted brown sugar/cinnamon are the best, followed by frosted blueberry then frosted strawberry. Never ate them toasted. I would break off all the unfrosted, unfilled sides and discard, then eat the remainder.
He is so hot, might just sear it on his body to a nice medium rare! He will add salt, nothing else needed for me.
Eat, drink, watch superbowl!
I decided to purchase a convection/micro, I will receive it in a few days. PoorOldMama, I am not that savvy and afraid I won't be able to operate it, but I better learn or my husband will have my neck as it was more than double the price of a regular micro. We host all holidays at our house so I'm hoping it will come in handy. Operating manual is available on line so I better start reading!
Would still like to hear from those who use one and any helpful hints. Thank you!
We have a big black Halloween bucket (20"w x 8"d) that we fill to the brim with an assortment of candies (m&m's, snickers, Reese's, kit kats, twix, dots, skittles, sour patch kids and many others). We let the kids take what they want, but the best part is watching their eyes pop open when they see the size of the bucket and they walk away saying "Wow, this is the best house! Always have a great group of kids, have plenty of candy, and give plenty away, it's fun! When the kids were very young we would have another basket filled with play dough, rubber snakes and spiders, some assortment of small Halloween toys, but only the little ones got to pick from that.
Wow! I feel bad, but I don't think SE is is where you should be seeking help. Good luck!
Thank you boobird, and everyone else, for your advice.
On a mission to get one now. I do have a stone but don't use it often any more. Lately, over the last few years, have been making a large focaccia style pizza but there are 2 of use now and it makes too much, although delicious, looking to downscale. Nachos sound great! Actually, the best nachos I ever made we're in my 12 in cast iron skillet on the grill (and they were bacon nachos). I cook bacon in, on the grill, for blt's or whatever. I don't eat it much but hubby loves it, and it's the best, no more cleaning grease off the stove.
Went to get it earlier today and it's gone! Whaaah! That's what I get for procrastinating! They are usually relatively inexpensive so maybe I'll buy one at a later time. I do have other lodge pieces, use them frequently, and love them. What else do you like to cook on the pizza pan?
Elephant ears, cinnamon sticks, cannoli, bread
I think he would be a peanut butter and bologna pizza because that's the kind of sandwich he would make, maybe with some mayo. Today I would put a candle in because he would be 80 years old, gone for 18 years now. Happy birthday daddy! Love you, rest in peace!
Tomato and blue cheese salad, chive mashed potatoes, creamed corn casserole or grilled asparagus, nice crusty rolls, and a big bowl of ice cream with homemade brownies fo dessert.
Burgers, burgers, chicken wings and other things, sunshine and music, and more burgers later!
A char-broiled burger on a garlic buttered roll with cheese, bacon, lettuce and tomato.
The other nite I sautéed shrimp in a pan with garlic and ginger, made a cooking sauce with cornstarch, water, little bit of soy sauce. Had some left over broccoli and brussel sprouts that I roasted in oven, tossed it all together with a squirt of sirracha and served over brown rice. It was awesome. Use any veggies you might have on hand.
You could also make buffalo shrimp if you have any franks. Grill or broil and toss in sauce as you would with wings.
Looks incredibly delicious and oh so easy! A must try!
Five years ago when I made them myself and used to eat too much. Fifty pounds kept off over the last 5 years, I can afford to eat ribs again.
Last night my husband went to a local, to-go-only, sandwich shop that closes at 6 PM. He was there at 21 min. of 6 to order an italian sub. The woman behind the counter said they were closed. He asked what time they started cleaning up. She said if you are here by quarter of you should be fine. He said it is 21 min. of. She said yea but we are closed. He asked again up to what time can he order. She repeated if you are here by quarter of you should be fine. Wow!, frustrated, he left.