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Overnight Breakfast Sausage Casserole — Frugal Hausfrau

I typically don’t make a lot of breakfast casseroles. I don’t really know why. Maybe it’s because I had a small family, I’m not a morning person (I should hashtag that!) and for years, although I have a few breakfast casseroles on my site, I love, this Potato Cheese Strata. It’s kind of like my…

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Rerun- Southern creamed corn

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My creamed corn must be the best ever to the kiddie and hubby. They always beg for it. Like for real beg….It’s the same recipe my grandmother uses and her mother used, and I’m betting her mother used it too. It’s easy to make it too thick though if you’re not careful. It’s the number one issue I hear people talk about. Another thing that bothers me, why do people want to put sugar in creamed corn? Corn is already sweet. You don’t need sugar in it too. That’s just crazy. Another tip I give people is you can use frozen corn. It’s not as great, but it works and usually people can’t tell the difference. It tastes so much better than that nasty canned food.

 

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Instant Pot Country Ribs Braised in White Wine. — squishycupcakes’s Blog — My Meals are on Wheels

Since I’ve gotten my Instant Pot I’ve been thinking of converting some of my favorite recipes. This was my first attempt. We make this dinner quite often and it’s a really easy recipe that feels pretty fancy. One of the things I really love about the InstaNt Pot is all the different features! I love […] […]

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Ginger Garlic Chicken

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I really like to try new things. This was given to me from a friend and I thought I’d give it a try. It looks great, but I made a mistake and used the  low sodium soy sauce. It was a mistake. It needed more salt. I think having regular soy sauce would be better. Next time I plan to try it. I also wonder about adding the cornstarch later. I tried to adapt this from a crockpot recipe. I’ll say overall it was really good. My guys ate all of it, but I had to salt it. I was expecting a rich spicy taste because of the garlic and the large amount of ginger, but it’s not. It’s actually great.

I really hope ya’ll like this!!

Chicken pieces

pepper to taste

2 tablespoons cornstarch

2 tablespoons minced garlic

2 tablespoons minced ginger

1/4 cup soy sauce

3 tablespoons sugar

Mix all together and bake until done at 350 degrees.

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Little Smokies Crescent Rolls – Mini Pigs in a Blanket! — Mom Foodie — My Meals are on Wheels

Little Smokies Crescent Rolls aka Mini Pigs in a Blanket are easy to make and the perfect appetizer for casual parties. Little Smokies Pigs in a Blanket are classic fare on Football Sundays too! Who doesn’t remember these served at parties during childhood? Little Smokies Crescent Rolls These are such an easy appetizer and so […]

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Herb BBQ Chicken

 

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I found this recipe in a 1960’s cookbook. It’s interesting. I didn’t marinade it as long, but I wish I had. I think it’d have tasted much better. It was bland in the middle. I really wish I had done that. I could kick myself….but hey you learn. I only did an hour because well…time and it has vinegar and usually that can be a really strong if you marinade too long.

I was talking about getting stuff cleaned up around here, because we are trying to move. Selling a home is so much work. That isn’t cool ugh. Anyway, I’m dreading this a lot, because if it’s anything like Christmas stuff, I left the attic with my hair soaked because I was sweated so much. I just want the house to look good when people come look at it. My house is really like a farmhouse. Everyone likes it, so I’m hoping it’ll sell quickly. Now if only we can find something we like, so we can buy it.

2/3 cup canola oil

1/2 cup wite vinegar

1 teaspoon salt

1/4 teaspoon pepper

1/4 teasspoon thme

1/4 teaspoon marjoram

1 garlic clove

Chicken pieces

Mix all togther. Marinade at least 3 hours. line baking pan with aluminum foil and plase on a greased rack over the foil. Bake 350 degrees until cooked and browned. Baste with marinade frequently.