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My Favorite Recipes for Fall…
Where did this past week go?!?
I haven’t a clue… if you know, let me know…
I’ve been busy working on a final Italian Sausage recipe while moving onto the “J” recipes!
Check out the CALZONE! Quick, easy, make ahead, cheap, and DELICIOUS!… Did I get everything in there…??
This recipe does it all. Except maybe the dishes… you’ll have to do those yourself… or enlist someone to help you.
Just tempt them with these calzones… they’ll have no choice but to grant you a night off from dish-duty!
These are EASY because I don’t have you make your own dough… I experimented with two store-bought doughs and was happy with both of them. They yielded slightly different results but BOTH were tasty!
This recipe is fun to make in individual servings, as well, but making the whole pie is a bit quicker and I was definitely short on time for actual cooking on this night for dinner…
There are some make-ahead tricks that will help you save time and money for this dish!
Due to the craziness of my night when I shot this particular recipe, I unfortunately don’t have a picture of the pie cut into. I’ll admit, it’s not the most beautiful colored dish (topping each slice with a bit of chopped fresh parsley definitely boosts the color and flavor a bit but it’s not necessary).
I will tell you though… no matter what you think of the look of this pie, it is comforting, gratifying, and downright delectable…
Make it on a day you need some extra comfort… it will be delicious no matter when you decide to pop it in the oven!
Yes, the “I” in our A to Z line up is for ITALIAN SAUSAGE!
I must admit, I’m a bit burned out on sausage for the time being, as we have been eating sausage recipes all week….
But you don’t have to make them all in the same week like I did… If you are a sausage-lovin’-family (as we are) you might be able to do 2-3 meals without hitting burnout! 🙂
First up….. nope, not an Italian dish…
Sausage Soft Tacos with Roasted Veggie Salsa and Cilantro-Lime Sour Cream
My mouth is officially watering…
Maybe I’m not as burned out on sausage as I thought!
Whew… Found it!
Have you ever lost something important, torn apart your house to find it, and then had to give up in despair thinking you’d lost it for good. You’re mad because you don’t want to buy a new one but it’s something you need… or at least use often?? That was my past five days. I lost, I searched, I despaired.
However, this story has a happy ending… I found my lost something!! This is especially exciting for me, because usually the item I lost is never found and I’m always left wondering if it grew legs and walked away of its own accord somehow.
What was my precious lost item? None other than my camera card. I store all my Apples to Ziti and family photos on it. Nothing like a lost camera card to put a food blog at a stand still. All that cooking, all those pictures, all that time… I was so sad to report that we would have no final “E is for Egg” recipe and just a couple (if any) “F” recipes. But I don’t have to report that!
Here is my “Egg Ending” as I’ve chosen to call it: Egg Casserole
I couldn’t finish a series of recipes on eggs without including an egg casserole… classic and usually budget-friendly!
Sausage & Apple Stuffing
Green Beans with Apple Cider
There’s a picture of the meal from another angle at the end of the post! YUMMY! 🙂 Continue reading
Wow, that recipe title is a mouthful!
Before diving into the recipe let’s stop for a moment and talk about PREP. If you’re like me you often rush into a recipe without reading the whole thing. So, you start the first instruction on the list and then read on as you cook along. This is great until you realize you needed to have five other things done before starting to saute the first thing, and then something burns or overcooks while you try to catch up. At this point you either start over because you’ve burned something beyond being edible or you accept the mistakes and serve your recipe as is.
I speak from experience here.