Potato crusted quiche

Potato-Crusted Quiche recipe

A nice change from the traditional crust of a quiche, this potato crusted quiche is very easy to make and so delicious will be a favorite in your family. Summer has come and gone. Before I knew it, I’m already buying school supplies for my baby girl, sorting though the closet to see what clothes still… 

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Make-ahead vegetable and bacon egg bake skillet

vegetable bacon egg bake recipe

Whether you’re serving 2 people or a crowd, it can’t get easier than this make-ahead vegetable and bacon egg bake skillet! 15 minutes of prep time tops! Monday to friday I’m an oatmeal, banana and peanut butter kind of breakfast girl. It fuels me enough to get through the morning craziness. Although, on rare occasions… 

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Slow baked potatoes and chicken skillet

slow baked potato and chicken skillet recipe

Tender chicken drumsticks cooked on top of layers of thin sliced potatoes and onions make this potatoes and chicken skillet an mouthwatering, flavorful meal. One of my family’s favorite dinner is pairing chicken with potatoes. May it be simply roasting them, throwing them on the hot grill of turning into a comforting meal, it is always a… 

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Slow baked red wine chicken with fingerling potatoes

slow baked red wine chicken with fingerling potatoes recipe

Slow baked in a low-temperature oven, this red wine chicken with fingerling potatoes has a rich, deep flavor from the well seasoned red wine and tomatoes marinade. I love having friends or family over for dinner. As much as I love cooking just for my family there are recipes I need more adults in the… 

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One pot beef vegetable skillet

one pot beef vegetable skillet recipe

A simple yet satisfying dinner, this one pot beef vegetable skillet has incredible flavors from the carrots, celery, potatoes slow baked in a red wine and tomato sauce. When it comes to cooking, I’ve been spoiled for the first 30 years of my life. Until I was 19 I lived with my parents and my mom… 

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Lightened up loaded potato and cheese frittata

loaded potato and cheese frittata recipe

All my favorite baked potato fixings in this quick and easy baked potato and cheese frittata, now with half the calories!Potato, cheese and eggs may not seem like a light meal for some of your, but with few substitutions you can enjoy it without feeling guilty! If I had to pick one savory meal to… 

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Pioneer Woman’s potatoes au gratin

Pioneer Woman potatos au gratin recipe 3

Potatoes au gratin loaded with cheese, cream and garlic. An easy no fuss no mess delicious weeknight meal. Today we’re talking dinner. Savory. Creamy cheesy garlicy potatoes. Pioneer Woman’s potatoes au gratin. My friend Kita organized Pass the Cook Book Club. The idea behind the club is to dust off the cookbooks and actually test… 

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Homemade Burger Buns

Homemade burger buns | roxanashomebaking.com

Easy to make homemade burger buns with a secret ingredient to keep them soft and fluffy longer. You will never buy burger buns from the store once you try these With a busy schedule I rarely get to watch TV. The other day I was doing the dishes while listening to the TV. Cooking Channel…. 

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Potato Pizza

Potato Pizza

The first day of summer is almost a month away but the temperatures have gone crazy, yesterday for example  in was in the 90’s. Today it’s supposed to be the same. With the three day weekend, everyone is out enjoying every ray of sunshine. The grill is coming back in season, along with  back yard… 

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Whole Wheat Potato Bread

Potato Bread

I’m not Irish but I like the green decorations spread throughout the stores and malls. I love the clover light my neighbors are having in front of the house. I wonder which one of them is Irish. My favorite color is green, so it’s no surprise I like St. Patrick. I’m not a big fan… 

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Hungarian Plum Dumplings

Hungarian Plum Dumplings

While I’m enjoying time with my family in Romania several of my favorite food bloggers (born outside US just like me) are sharing their culinary talents with you.  Today, I’d like you to welcome Elisabeth. She’s an Hungarian, now living in sunny Florida. On her blog, Food and Thrift finds, just like the blog name… 

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