This recipe for Irresistible Spiced Apricot Mustard Glazed Ham will take your holiday glazed ham to epic proportions, and with […]
Tag: feeding a crowd
This smoky beer chili is hearty and satisfying and will warm your heart (and stomach) on a cold winter’s day.
I like to garnish ours with a dollop sour cream, a touch of shredded cheddar and some additional chopped red onion for an added punch of flavor.
Hot, hearty, comforting and utterly delicious! Beef Stew for a Crowd is best when made in advance, which is perfect for […]
These Slow Cooker Pulled Pork Sandwiches are just like the ones I made while we were on a family reunion vacation this past summer. We spent a week in cabins on a lake in Wisconsin with most of my husband’s brothers and sisters. To say these delicious sandwiches were hit with the crowd is a huge understatement! – kudoskitchenbyrenee.com
I came up with the idea for this Cheesy Spaghetti Stuffed Meatloaf to go along with this week’s #SundaySupper theme of “Cheesy Family Dinners.” I wanted to make something that was a little unexpected, and something that was topped with a thick layer of melted cheese. The result is this very large family-friendly meatloaf that will feed the masses when everyone is gathered around the #SundaySupper table.
However, if you’re not prepared to wait until summer to make this delicious Spicy Thai Pulled Pork with Orange, I completely understand! If I was you, I’d think up a reason to have friends and family over as soon as possible (maybe for an impromptu game night), just so you can make and serve these amazing sandwiches! I promise you won’t regret it one bit!!
I’m sharing this recipe for Christmas Pasta with Red & Green Bell Peppers as a recipe re-do. The original post was one I’d published in December of 2012, but it’s now time for some updated pictures. Below is the original photo from the post back in 2012. As you can see, it was in dire need of an update! The recipe stayed the same, but the photos (thankfully), haven’t.
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!
If you’ve never made your own homemade croutons before I urge you to finally give it a go. The freshness, flavor, and crunch that a homemade crouton provides are about one million percent better than the prepackaged store-bought variety, and they hardly take any time (or effort) to make.
If you’re wondering why I used a combination of boneless, skinless chicken thighs and breasts, it’s to keep the pulled chicken as moist and flavorful as possible. Because sometimes boneless, skinless chicken breasts can be dry due to the lack of fat, I wanted to pack in as much moisture and flavor as I could.