Today we’re linking to two recipes from one magnificent cook. It’s a double dip of deliciousness!
First, we’re cooking a famous ham sammies recipes from my friend Leah at Beyer Beware as part of our instead of hot dogs series. Second, today also happens to be Monday, the day of the week Leah posts her Hunk of Meat Mondays feature recipe. Visit Beyer Beware for Leah’s latest feature, Philly Cheese Sloppy Joes. And click this link to see the recipe details for our dish:
The quest for easy and delicious recipes continues. Today we’re cooking Southern comfort food in a crockpot. There are so many things right with that last sentence, I don’t know where to begin.
Our recipe comes from Justine at A Half-Baked Life. Justine writes stories of luxurious prose and caps them off with delicious recipes. Genius. Click the link for today’s recipe details and to enjoy the exquisite writing that goes with it:
If you have a crockpot, you can totally do this. I cannot believe how easy it was and how complex the flavors. The “kick” Justine adds sets these greens apart. This dish makes a great meal or unexpected side to accompany an entrée. It’s the perfect earthy and warm recipe for cold autumn evenings.
Thank you, Justine at A Half-Baked Life, for bringing this savory recipe to us. Bon appétit!
For the despondent, every day brings trouble; for the happy heart, life is a continual feast. Proverbs 15:15 NLT
Alison Krauss & Union Station with The Lucky One. Greens are lucky, right?
If you make this recipe, let me know how you like it!
The results were fabulous. If you like Mexican food, you’ll love this recipe. It’s more sophisticated than tacos, but still simple to make. I served it with chips and queso, fresh tomato, shredded lettuce, salsa, and more sour cream (of course!).
You can easily alter the recipe with another meat like ground turkey, diced chicken, or steak. You can also bake it with lower fat cheese and leave out the sour cream, as Nancy suggests, for a low fat version. For more spice, turn up the heat with your favorite seasonings and peppers.
Thank you, Nancy at The Wife of a Dairyman, for a new favorite. Bon appétit!
For the despondent, every day brings trouble;
for the happy heart, life is a continual feast. Proverbs 15:15 NLT