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Homemade Meatloaf

Homemade Meatloaf has always been a favorite with my family. I’m not sure how I came up with this recipe. I tend to decide ingredients while I’m cooking. This is my usual tried and true Homemade Meatloaf recipe. You’ll need: 1 1/2 pounds ground chuck 2

Mozzarella Cheese Stuffed Meatloaf

Who doesn’t love melted cheese? I know we sure do, that’s why I decided to make a Mozzarella Cheese Stuffed Meatloaf. Been a little scarce lately because it’s summer and I want to be outside all the time! But since I finally upgraded my laptop

Peppered Top Round Beef Roast

There is nothing better tasting than a perfectly cooked, thinly sliced, Peppered Top Round Beef Roast. According to my husband, that is. Lol. We like our beef more on the rare side so this recipe is making a medium to rare roast. Yum!I always take out my

Cheesy Meatball Sliders

It’s March madness at my house. I think it’s my husband’s favorite time of year, college basketball. I like to make dinners that he can eat while he watches the games. Sliders are a great choice for game watching. Add lots of cheese and they

Cabbage Roll Soup

In my family, I’m famous for my homemade cabbage rolls. I make them several times a year. I’d make em more often but they take a couple hours to get them all put together. It was fun when my mom lived with us she would

Beef Brisket in the Slow Cooker

Beef Brisket in the Slow Cooker is a simple way to make the brisket fork tender. Have you ever cooked a beef brisket? It’s a less tender cut of meat so many people shy away from cooking it. You can read more about the specifics

Heart Shaped Meatloaf

Every Valentine’s Day since my children were small Ive made a heart shaped meatloaf and pink mashed potatoes for dinner. They loved it and now my grand kids love it too. You can use my recipe for meatloaf or use your own 🙂 You’ll need:

Swiss Steak in the Slow Cooker

I was organizing my freezer and found some round steak that needed to be used. Round steak can be a little chewy so I like to prepare it in the slow cooker. I found a recipe in an old Betty Crocker cookbook. I adapted the recipe

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Country Fried Steak

I learned how to make this Country Fried Steak when I was 18 years old. I was working for an alarm company with several older women. We were locked into a building and monitoring alarm systems. We had a kitchen so every once in awhile one of the ladies would

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Spicy Meatloaf

My back is slowly recovering. I still am not allowed to sit. But I can stand and walk, so I’m good. At work I put my computer up higher and I get the best chiropractic care in town right there on the job. The doctor

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Bacon Meatballs

Who doesn’t love a good meatball? Add bacon…wow! Found this recipe in  (Cuisine for less). It’s a great recipe to make in bulk, the meatballs freeze well. I made extra’s they never made it to the freezer. You’ll need: 6 strips bacon, diced 1/2 cup diced

Cabbage Rolls

It’s my week for Mom to be at my house so that makes it a good time to make a batch of cabbage rolls. Mom taught me how to make them when I was a young girl. I’ve been making them ever since. They do take

Cheesy Stuffed Peppers

This is a family favorite! Every summer I usually have a surplus of peppers so I make stuffed peppers. They are a meal in themselves and not too difficult to make. This past week Meijers had a sale on peppers red and green. $.68 each. That

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London Broil

The price of steak this time of the year is usually high. In the summer you can get some great deals. We love to cook them outside on our good old Weber kettle grill. But since it’s February and I won’t be cooking anything outside

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Recipe for “Stuff”

Many years ago when my kids were younger ( 25 years ago??? Yikes!) I used to make this ground beef dish. It never seemed to have a name. I think my sister found it in an old microwave cookbook. My kids called it “Stuff”. They loved it.

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Baked Meatballs

I used to buy pre-made meatballs in the frozen section of the grocery store. They were so easy to prepare. Just put into a sauce, heat em up and they were ready to go. They taste pretty good…until you taste homemade meatballs. No comparison. So I figured it