Monthly Archives: February 2013

Buffalo Chicken Lasagna

When I first saw this recipe I thought that it would be awesome but since it had the potential to be spicy, I knew I might be the only one eating it.  So, I had to figure out what to … Continue reading

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Chicken Sausage, Peppers and Tomatoes with Vermicelli

Nothing too special about this recipe.  The biggest draw was that I realized that I had everything for the recipe.  I did wind up needing to adjust it a little as one of the peppers I had turned out to … Continue reading

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Moist Sour Cream Coffee Cake

This turned out to be REALLY good  and might even have been better the second (or third, fourth days) cold with some butter on it.  The recipe gives two directions, one for a tube pan and one for a 13×9 pan.  … Continue reading

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Chocolate Chunck and Marshmallow Sundae

It is interesting readying through a summer issue of a food magazine in the winter months.  Not much looks appetizing (or realistic).  I did thing it would be interesting to create an indoor bbq/picnic as there was a lot of that … Continue reading

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Three Cheese Rigatoni Bologonese

I saw someone post about this on Facebook so I decided that I needed to try it.  After reviewing some recipes online I was a little hesitant as every recipe called for zucchini and, frankly, I don’t like zucchini unless … Continue reading

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Waffles

I am a sucker for waffles.  I’m not really sure why but I love me some waffles (and prefer them to pancakes).  I even judge the quality of a hotel breakfast with whether or not they have a waffle maker.  … Continue reading

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Quick and Easy Chicken Tetrazzini

Quite simply just another dish that looked good (and quick).  It was another experience using the Philadelphia Cooking Creme which isn’t a bad experience but I sometimes wonder about the healthiness of it.  A big benefit to cooking from scratch … Continue reading

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Cappuccino Dessert

This is a pretty simple dessert that looks cool as well.  I chose to use smaller shot glasses for serving to make more than what the recipe called for.  Just  be sure that you pick an INSTANT pudding mix.  I … Continue reading

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Wild Mushroom Ragout on Crispy Polenta with Comte Cheese

This makes a great warm appetizer although not many are made in one recipe.  You could cut the polenta into smaller pieces which would result in more available.  I did tweak the recipe slightly.  When I looked up what Comte … Continue reading

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Cherry Swirled Cheesecake

I’ve been on a cheesecake kick lately.  I’m not sure why but this is the third cheesecake I’ve made in the last few months and I’ve got at least one more recipe to try.  I picked cherry more on the … Continue reading

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