One-Pan Italian Sausage, Fennel & Potatoes is a simply delicious, no fuss dinner! You can cook it on the grill, or in the oven. Either way you make it, you’re going to love the easy clean up and the perfect combination of flavors!
Bacon & Sausage
The thing I like most about this recipe (other than all the CHEESE), is how easy it is to make this recipe on a busy weeknight. By cooking the pasta while the vegetables are sauteing and the cheese sauce thickens, this Pepperoni Pizza Macaroni & Cheese can be on the dinner table in less time than it takes to order from your favorite take-out place.
This Spaghetti Stuffed Garlic Cheese Bread is also a fantastic dish to serve when you’re having company because one; they’ll never expect it, and two; it will serve a crowd! So, you might as well get busy planning that party!
With only a handful of ingredients and 30 minutes to spare, you can please the entire family with this delicious […]
This chili can be made with or without meat. Since my husband enjoys his chili with meat, I added browned bits of Italian sausage into the slow cooker along with all the other ingredients. However, by omitting the sausage and swapping vegetable broth for the beef broth, this chili becomes completely vegetarian. Talk about versatile!
When pumpkin season arrives, don’t limit your pumpkin recipe repertoire to sweets only. Pumpkin Cream Pasta with Bratwurst is a delicious way […]
I’m adding this recipe for Savory German Bratwurst Sauerkraut Strata with Pretzel Rolls to my list of Oktoberfest favorites. It […]
Whenever I’m at an American county fair or street festival, I always make a beeline directly to the corn dog stand. Corn dogs have always been something I crave, and they’re the one “food on a stick” that I enjoy more than all the others. Until now, of course. For me, a hot and hearty “Corn-Wurst” now takes the blue ribbon in my heart.
Here we are at the end of the summer BBQ season and at the front door of tailgating season. What I love about this dill pickle potato salad is that it can carry through the two seasons, seamlessly and effortlessly. Trust me when I tell you that you’ll score big points with family and friends no matter when you serve it!
This dish can be made with any type of pasta that is your favorite. I happen to enjoy linguine, and had it in my pantry, so that’s what I used. Feel free to swap out whatever you have, and whatever is convenient. This roasted tomato bacon pasta takes approximately 30 minutes, from start to dinner, which makes it a stress-free recipe that will please the entire family any night of the week.