I made this for dinner last night on a suggestion, and it was greeted by rave reviews, and requests for third and fourth helpings. When you don’t have college students at your table, you can feed six to eight people on a good sized pork shoulder roast. The trick to getting […]
These tender little bites straddle the line between dumpling and noodle, and are a common sight as a side in southern Germany and Austria. They work well as a side to meat dishes, like schnitzel in the post image, though I’m guilty of just eating them as a snack.
This recipe was an absolute staple around the holidays for our family. Take care to not over-flatten, or you’ll wind up with crispy critters instead of tasty treats.
Whenever mom made homemade meatballs, this spaghetti sauce was sure to follow. It’s a completely different experience from heating up a jar of sauce from the grocery store. You’ll notice the flavors are much brighter and cleaner. Don’t be afraid of playing with the amount of sugar in the recipe, […]
Spaghetti nights were a fairly common occurrence when I was growing up. It was quick and easy, and the sauce could be kept ready for whenever we got home from after school activities. It was a special occasion, though, when mom made meatballs instead of meat sauce. This recipe may […]
This recipe came right to my sister Terri’s mind when I told her I was launching the website. The meat comes out tangy and flavorful, and the low and slow cooking method delivers a brisket that’s tender, not chewy.
This recipe was in Grandma June’s stash. She taught my mom how to make them, and my brother and sister and I grew up on these, sitting at the kitchen counter after school.
Simple, classic and tasty, these noodles were a staple for me growing up. They’re tender, but toothy, with enough substance to take chicken and noodles from a soup into a full meal.