This is sort of a re-post from a few years ago. Here’s what I said at the time: It was delicious. It’s from Healthy Home Cooking: Fresh Ways with Poultry, The Editors of Time-Life Books (1986). Look how involved the instructions are. If I’m remembering correctly, in 1986 we women were wearing suit jackets with
It’s quote-unquote kabobs because clearly, it is not kabobs. And Mr. Big Food modified the recipe to include some sort of marinade that the ingredients marinated in all afternoon. Then as he was tossing the stuff around, the marinade substituted for butter. The reasoning was that the temperature on the surface of the flat-top– I
A Big Food Favorite! Mr. Big Food has done these burgers on the charcoal grill, but their texture is a bit crumbly. They turn out better on the Flat-Top, or inside in a skillet. This recipe came originally from a Saveur magazine issue. As is his habit, Mr. Big Food often includes commentary from the
No photo. Sorry. They were absolutely delicious and a perfect side to yesterday’s cookout of Papa’s Favorite Wild West Hamburgers, and Grilled Sausage “Kabobs.” From Mr. Big Food’s Big Food Manual and Survivalist Flourishing Guide. From Wilma Bolden, Marshall County (Holly Springs), Country Cooking from the Mississippi Farm Bureau Federation (1987) ONION PATTIES ¾ C
Last year, this was the top recipe on the Top Ten Post List. Originally posted November, 2015. It’s been in the Top Ten– heck, Top Four!– every year since. And it is one good sweet potato pie! The posts starts to get some traffic each year around October and then really kicks in come November.
This comes in at #4 for 2019. It was originally posted in 2012. In the event that you are curious, in 2018 it was #1; 2017, #2; 2016, #10. 2016 was the year of its first appearance in the Top Ten. The power of Pinterest! The recipe is here, though SueK, you’ll need to get
Lots of baking going on here at Farther Along Farm. Yesterday I baked two loaves of quick breads, this and Quick Graham Bread. This morning Mr. Big Food is baking a cake, Texas Tornado Cake, for our morning snack. I don’t bake too many quick breads but that may change. This one is delicious. We’ll
This is a good one! POLISH MEATBALLS WITH SOUR CREAM SAUCE Serves 8 1 ½ lbs ground pork 1 egg ½ C seasoned bread crumbs ½ C milk ½ C chopped onion 1 ½ tsp salt ½ tsp marjoram Pepper 4 Tbsp flour 2 Tbsp oil, maybe more 1 C beef stock ½
Cannot figure out Little Joe’s current status. I hit the “order” button and it returned “not taking online order now.” Don’t know what that means, as it’s not even 7am in LA. Recipe freezes well, so make the whole batch. LITTLE JOE’S MEATBALLS AND SPAGHETTI SAUCE Serves 6-8 MEATBALLS 1 lb ground beef½ lb ground pork½
“Although this recipe comes from the Province of Touraine in France, it is highly popular in southern America among the Louisiana French. Sausage Lyonnaise, an excellent breakfast or supper dish, is made from smoked sausages called andouille (pronounced “ahn-dou-i”), a well-known variety in Louisiana and various other southern locations. This highly seasoned smoked sausage is often added
I mentioned yesterday that almost all of the Top Ten posts here at Big Food etc. are recipe posts. Better Homes & Gardens Dill Pickles comes in at #9, and as I doubt too many folks have an overabundance of cucumbers right now, we’ll pass on that. This French Onion Soup is ridiculously easy to
Eight of the top 10 posts here at Big Food, Big Garden, Big Life dot com are Recipes! Last year, Taco Peppers in Electric Skillet was #10. It’s a perennial favorite. Combine chili, ½ C cheese, catsup or chili sauce, and onion, fold mixture into tamale pieces, and stuff pepper halves evenly with chili mixture.
There are ~60 Jiffy Soup recipes made with combinations of different soups, or basic canned soup jazzed up a bit collected and indexed here.
Baking bread this morning. This post and recipe were originally posted August, 2013. There are a ton of bread recipes floating around Big Food. Check out the ‘bread tag.’ This is a particularly good whole wheat bread. Sorry about the formatting. Left over from blogger dot com. Stay well & enjoy! ♩♪♫♬ Served with Lentil
By my count, the Jiffy Soup Recipes page (link in the header, too) now has 63 recipes plus 16 simple combinations, with more coming! We’ve been having a jiffy soup at least three times a month for more than a year. They are good. These recipes use one or more cans of soup, to which
There’s a new page up in the top menu. [Points up] It’s not finished– more recipes to add, and some html navigation stuff to put in. [Figured it out!] But if you’re wondering what you’re going to feed all of those hungry mouths next week– these soup recipes may help. Most of the recipes up
Let’s just say you have a pot roast in the freezer, and you are conscientious of the fact that you need to stretch your food– and food dollar, as they used to say back in the crappy olden days. (See, for example, Meta Given’s The Food Shopper’s Creed (1958).) Let’s also stipulate that you have
Originally posted February 29, 2016 Added 3/17/20: Tuesday’s are supposed to be Recipe Tuesdays. So here you go! Please note that you do not have to go to town to get your veggies or crackers. Provided you have a chicken or some parts of a chicken laying around, all you need to do is look
We had lunch at a very pleasant soup & sandwich shop in downtown Pittsburgh the other day. Italian wedding soup was on the menu, and it was delicious. Filling. Just the right meld of late winter and hope for spring (it’s the spinach). So– with some substitutions b/c I did not have orzo (but I
Mr. Big Food was in substitution legal mode for our Football Food menu! We had had a roast a few days back. And no one sells those little party rye breads in town so we used crackers. And he just warmed the meat up in a saucepan. Good nevertheless. HOT STEAK CANAPES Beef strip sirloin