I’m not sure why I never thought of doing this before. It was so quick and simple. My boys were very happy and the rest of us liked the subs too. I used frozen meatballs and a jar of spaghetti sauce, so it just can’t get any easier. Perfect for a busy night. [Read more…] about Easy Meatball Subs
I found this recipe in a Rachel Ray cookbook. She talks about eating these sandwiches in Paris. That sounds nice. I just ate mine in the kitchen.
I adapted her recipe a little bit. She says to use Gruyere cheese, but I couldn’t find any so I used Swiss. My kids called these “inside out sandwiches”, because the cheese is on the outside of the bread. When you grill them, it toasts to a flavorful crust. [Read more…] about Croque Monsieur – “Fancy” Toasted Ham and Cheese
Grilled cheese is a classic, a staple of lunches everywhere. I had never heard of putting tomato on them until we lived near Philadelphia. A diner there served them with tomato on their lunch menu. Yum! [Read more…] about Grilled Cheese and Tomato Sandwich
This is so super-yummy! It cooks up in the slow cooker and freezes great. The recipe was shared on a forum I frequent – thanks, Janet!
Before I had surgery, I cooked up quite a few meals and stocked the freezer. I’ll be sharing those recipes over the next week or so. I’ll also be putting out a special menu for filling the freezer with some hints on getting the cooking done quickly. That menu will most likely be posted on February 15. [Read more…] about Pulled Pork
Another quick, hot sandwich that’s good on a winter night. Rick shared this recipe on a homeschool forum I’m part of. His wife, Linda makes them and Rick said they are good enough to be world famous. I think he’s right. The recipe makes a lot. It would be great for a crowd, but if you’re just feeding your family you might want to cut the recipe in half. I made a whole recipe and we ate left overs for a few days. That didn’t bother any of us though, because they were good. [Read more…] about Linda’s BBQ Chipped Ham Sandwiches