Alright, everyone flip to page 118 for today’s recipe – Easy Flounder Roll-Ups submitted by Becky O’Hara. My husband and I are huge seafood fans and especially huge fans of recipes with the word “easy” in them. 🙂 After gathering
Our Facebook friends who are searching for a one pot meal need look no further than this recipe. It’s a recipe a mother can love: kids like sloppy Joes, it calls for added vegetables, and they just aren’t that sloppy!
You’d think it would be easy to cook from the Friends’ Cookbook once a week. But my sister is getting married in three months, and I have a dress fitting (ugh) coming up. Any chance I get to cook for
I have to admit I am loathe to post this and knock the $100,000 post from the top of the blog. It’s such a large, lovely number. Congratulations again to all the Friends. I cooked this at the behest of
Due to popular demand, I sought out hearty, cold-weather foods for this week’s recipe. Indiana Pantry Soup, which calls for five pounds of potatoes, seemed like exactly the right recipe to tackle in the face of the monster storm predicted
I’ve always been uncertain – how do you pronounce prosciutto? It is “pro-shoot-o”? Or “pro-shoot”? Either way, this recipe is a super easy and delicious Sunday dinner, especially when the temperature outside doesn’t even cross the freezing mark. First
This post is part of series where I–or someone–will cook each recipe in Cooking with Your Friends, the cookbook compiled by the Friends of the Haverford Township Free Library, and review it. I’m not going to lie to you: I
This post it the first in a series that will appear here. I’ll–or someone will–cook each recipe in Cooking with Your Friends, the cookbook compiled by the Friends of the Haverford Township Free Library, and review it. Here’s what clinched