I don’t like two of the primary ingredients in this dish, yet I will eat an entire pan of it all by myself. Something about roasting the tomatoes and caramelizing the onions brings the flavors together in a way that’s pretty amazing.
In theory, I knew that a casserole version of French toast was possible, but I’d never tried it. With a can of pumpkin puree hanging about my cabinet, I stumbled upon a recipe that claimed to be both easy and pumpkin pie-flavored. I decided to give it a go.
This recipe is one of my absolute favorite brunch items. Every time I make it, it makes my house smell amazing and every time I bring it to a brunch, it gets devoured with rave reviews. Warning: graphic and delicious looking photos. Have a snack handy before reading full article.
Back when I was first learning how to cook (short version: I was pregnant and very, very hungry), I used to obsessively check AllRecipes.com for new dishes to make. The recipes were fairly straightforward, the reviews sometimes helpful, and it was a large enough database that I could keep everything I wanted to try saved in […]
Saturday seems to be the only day that we are awarded with the opportunity to be lazy. I have to force the male members of my family to get dressed by 10 a.m. It is the one day that we actually have a family breakfast. If you are like me, you get tired of normal […]
I was feeling particularly wintery this weekend and winter is a good time for casseroles. Cold, damp westcoast winters make me want to bundle up in my warmest, wooliest sweater, wrap myself in two more blankets, and eat piping hot foods until February.
Today’s Morbid Curiosity recipe comes from one of my cookbooks… in a round-about way: it was actually printed on a Campbell’s soup recipe brochure that was stuck inside one of my grandmother’s old cookbooks.
I used to be a bit of a potluck brunch-hosting fanatic, and after couple bad experiences with trying to make pancakes on the spot, I decided to find a lower-maintenance dish. After about three minutes of careful thought, I ended up settling on casseroles.
This recipe isn’t awful, per se, but there are elements to it that are consistent with many of the mid-century casserole dishes I’ve come across. Take tin of tuna, add some frozen peas to it, and mix in can of mushroom soup, and voila!, you’ve got dinner!
I’ve been watching a lot of Mad Men this week, and I found a recipe that could have made the short list for Betty Draper’s “Trip Around the World” menu. After all, what trip around the world is complete without a stop in the mid-Pacific for some Hawaiian Party Casserole?