Mum, What’s For Dinner?

I get asked this question every damn morning.

So if you have recipes to share, don’t be shy.

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15 Responses to Mum, What’s For Dinner?

  1. ProfessorCanine says:

    Send their asses down to the nearest Mickey D’s to get a Happy Meal…

  2. Dusty says:

    Not sure if you like pot roast done in a slow cooker. But this recipe is so easy and tastes so good. 1 pkg. dry ranch dressing, 1 pkg. au jois gravy, 1 cup of water and lastly the beef roast.
    Mix the 2 packets with the cup of water add to slow cooker, add roast. Set on low and cook 5-6 hrs. Serve with choice of veggies, salad etc.
    I bought a nice roast this past weekend, first night I have steamed veggies with the roast. Tonight I turned some of the left overs into beef and noodles. Tomorrow night I am planning beef stew with the remaining leftovers.
    3 meals made from one $21 roast is a good bargain to me. I didn’t like paying that much for one roast but I was really wanting a good roast as opposed to making do with a lesser cut of beef this one time.

  3. PVAZ says:

    Just tell them you’re not cooking and they better get used to Supermac’s menu.

  4. titlewave says:

    You haven’t taught them to cook yet??

  5. Scarsdale says:

    I discovered something amazing. Jennie-O has come out with a turkey breast to cook in a crockpot. Just defrost the frozen turkey breast, put 1/2 cup of water in the crockpot, add the bag with the meat. Cut 3 slits in the bag, then cook for 5 hours on high. Turns out great every time. Enough meat for two people, plus turkey hash later. I call it Thanksgiving dinner whenever I fix it. Tater tot casserole is anoth easy fix.

  6. irishgirl999 says:

    My “go to girl” is Elise Bauer. She lives in California and I stumbled across her blog one day while googling what to to with beef.

    I have made so many of her recipes and they have (with one or two exceptions) all turned out great. She does lovely Mexican recipes.

    I can recommend

    My 23 year old thought he had died and gone to heaven when I made this.

    A great way to use leftover turkey.


    She does a fantastic Irish stew!

  7. Mary Barbour says:

    I’m making ham & cheese sandwiches tonight–one of my mom’s delicacies. On a large hamburger bun, spread one side with a mixture of butter, mustard and finely chopped onions. Layer as much thinly sliced ham and Swiss cheese (ementhaler) as you want. Spread the top of the bun with more of the mustard/butter stuff, to which has been added poppyseeds. Heat in warm oven ’til cheese is melted. Yum!!

  8. wiscowoman says:

    chicken & broccoli alfredo- campbells soup style
    6 oz uncooked fettuccine
    1 cup fresh or frozen broccoli flowerets
    2 tbsp butter
    1 lb skinless boneless chicken breasts cubed
    1 can cream of mushroom soup
    1/2 cup milk
    1/2 cup parmesan cheese grated
    1/4 tsp freshly ground pepper
    prepare fettuccine according to package directions. add broccoli for last 4 min. drain. in skillet over med heat heat butter. add chicken cook until browned stirring often. add soup milk cheese pepper and fettucine mixture and cook through stirring often. serves 4 prep time 10 min cook time 15 min

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