Many have heard of the Cobb Salad which is a main-dish American salad that is arranged in sections where each person puts together their own salad. The sections can include various types of greens, tomatoes, avocados, bacon, chicken, hard-boiled eggs, cheese, a dressing of your choice and any other ingredient you might want to include. I … Continue reading
This squash is often a good substitute for pasta in a recipe such as this one. You could easily make this vegetarian by leaving out the turkey and adding another vegetable instead. Since Loretta of Safari of the Mind introduced me to this lovely squash I have made an effort to cook with it.
A tradition in my family has always been centered around the turkey we have on Thanksgiving. As a matter of fact we are very traditional! There is always turkey, mashed potatoes and gravy, sweet potatoes, cranberry sauce, stuffing, homemade rolls, and even green bean casserole. The pumpkin pies always shine at our holiday table along … Continue reading
I am a big fan of meatloaf – not just for the dinner it provides but I love the leftovers in sandwiches. My favorite recipe is found here where I use my homemade applesauce to moisten the meat loaf. This Weight Watcher’s recipe I tried on Gene and he actually liked it according to my notes. … Continue reading
My family had a great, fun-filled Thanksgiving – how about yours? We needed bigger plates 🙂 Guess who came to visit – you can’t catch me, I am the Gingerbread Man 🙂 The three sisters 🙂
Thanksgiving is just around the corner and I am thinking about cooking a turkey breast in my slow cooker in addition to a 16-18 lb. turkey. One year the turkey weighed 24 lbs. – too heavy to manage!!! See my post Roast Turkey. Cute nephews anxious to dig into those turkeys 🙂 Something else that will make … Continue reading
One of my sisters checked my website for brining turkey recipes and found none. So, TJ this is for you… I decided to post this recipe from Weber’s Art of the Grill (1999) which I made some time ago when I had my big gas grill which was a smoker as well. I made it at … Continue reading
Well I am not making Thanksgiving dinner at my home this year but this was last years turkey and fixings – a small group but with all of the goodies and then some! I have decided to take the rest of the year off from posting recipes – there are almost 500 on my site now since I … Continue reading
This recipe is very easy to put together, especially since I had leftover meat from a turkey breast I recently cooked. A Weight Watcher’s dish with a high points value of 8 for 1 biscuit and 1 cup chicken mixture.
Turkey breasts cooked in a slow cooker always turn out very tender and moist. If you want the skin browned you can always cook it for an extra 15 minutes in a 400°F oven. See also my recipe from Weight Watcher’s Lemon Pepper Turkey Breast for another good recipe. See important comment below. I do not recommend making this … Continue reading