When I was growing up, my Grandma Donna would always make twice baked potatoes for me. They were my favorite. So, I decided that I had better find her recipe and make some for my kids. My version has a little twist, however. It includes your favorite magical meat….BACON!!!! This recipe is simple and super delicious! Though it takes a little longer to make than a simple baked or mashed potato, it is totally worth it your time and effort. This may even be a great recipe to try for your Thanksgiving dinner!!!
Dana has been wanting to make mushrooms ever since we made the mushroom sauce for the steaks a couple of weeks ago. She said that her Mom used to make mushrooms as a side dish all of the time. She said that she would always fight her brother for them. So she called her Mom … Read moreJane’s Mushrooms
For Easter I wanted to tackle something new. Something that was traditional, but done in a new way. So, I picked Green Bean Casserole. That tasty concoction of cream of mushroom soup, green beans and crunchy fried onions. So I oven fried onions, made homemade cream of mushroom soup and even trimmed real (not canned) … Read moreGreen Bean Casserole from Scratch
I love cauliflower! So this recipe is right up my alley. Roasted cauliflower with the dark crispy edges. Low in fat and if you use low-sodium soy sauce, low in sodium too. Amazing! It is the perfect side dish for any meal. I paired it with a few NY Strip steaks and some baked potatoes. … Read moreRoasted Cauliflower
Last week I made an impromptu dinner for Dana. I wanted to make pasta, but I did not have a bread side. So I looked through my fridge and found an extra pizza dough. I know, yes, I have pizza dough in the fridge. I decided to make it into a garlic bread-like swiss roll. … Read moreGarlic Bread Roll
When I lived in Wisconsin the Barbecue joints there had a great side dish called cheese corn. It was cheesy, corny and delicious. So this past weekend while at my parents house for the 4th of July, I wanted to recreate it. So I went to the store and they had fresh local sweet corn available.
I am always needing a side dish, and my favorite go to side dish is brussel sprouts with bacon. Well you can always change the first part, but you have to have the bacon. I love this dish.