RIP Papa D Donald E. Lowe Sr July 25, 1946 ~ June 2, 2012 My father passed away and will keep this page open in his memory. He loved cooking and enjoyed many recipes from this site. If anyone would like to contact me please feel free to email me at [email protected] Tanya Leighton of Limestone, ME.
Welcome to my page, Born and raised in Montana, I live on 5 acres in the country in NE Florida. I'm retired after serving in the Navy for almost 27 years and then worked contract maintenance as a A&P mechanic for U.S. Customs drug intervention program for about 10 years.
I have enjoyed cooking for as long as I can remember. My cooking methods are grilling (BBQ), smoker, stove top, oven, deep fryer, wok and crock pot.
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I'm a hugh NASCAR fan. In the fall I follow NFL and some college football. I'm happy to be a part of this new fantastic site! :>)
My Indian name is "Walks with beer"
Here is the link to my blog ~ My new chapter in life
Absolutely delicious! I used Johnsonville Irish O' Garlic Sausages, omitted the thyme, and used the left over beer in with the beef broth, also used a stone ground mustard in with the onions as I couldn't find mustard seeds, other than that made as written and the end result was an awesome full flavored meal that my friend and I thoroughly enjoyed last night to kick of the St. Paddy's weekend. this is a keeper and will be made often, Thanks! I can see why this took first place.
In a word "DELICIOUS"! Great comfort food! Made as written but did use canned biscuits (Grands). Thanks Missmanda for posting this quick and easy meal for any day of the week, I feel that this would also be a good breakfast. Made for the "Billboard Recipe Tag Game"
Delicious comfort food for sure, great flavor! This is a easy quick meal for any day of the week. Made as written using a 2 quart casserole but had to turn on the broiler for a few minutes to finish the bacon. Thanks for posting.
These were very good and easy to put together, the kitchen smelled so good all afternoon. Next time I make these I will add a little more brown sugar, use chicken broth in place of water and omit the pinch of cloves. Thanks for posting.
Excellent. I sprayed the wings with Crisco's Canola Oil and sprinkled a liberal amount of Lemon Pepper and Adobo Seasoning over both sides and let marinate for about 30 minutes, baked for 45 minutes turning every 15 minutes, they came out crispy on the outside, tender, moist and full of flavor, so delicious. These will be on my Saturday wing night rotation. Thanks!
This is a good quick mid-week recipe. Although the flavor was good it just didn't have that WOW factor I look for in a 5 star recipe. I made as written but only used 12 ounces of spiral noodles,(8 ounces would have been enough) 16 ounces would have made this dish way to dry. To make this again I would add some minced garlic to the onion and hamburger, use tomato sauce in place of the tomato soup and add 1 cup of beef broth.
Absolutely wonderful! Made as written with one adjustment, I used Cavender's All Purpose Greek Seasoning (salt free) in place of salt sand pepper. The roast came out so tender and has so much flavor, plus a creamy gravy, it doesn't get any better than this. Thanks for posting this delicious recipe.