Tag: Onions

Summer Egg Dishes and Brunch

Cherry Tomato Tarts

These days at #5 we seem to be eating cherry tomatoes 24/7. I’ve been wanting to make these tarts all summer and finally did! And are we glad I did…they were so good! Whipped up a green salad…dinner! You can

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Fall Mains

German Style Meatballs with Ginger/Spice Sauce

Meatballs are hard not to like! They’re quick and easy and you can have a meal on the table in no time, and child friendly too! I think these are especially good with mashed potatoes, Colcannon (a mashed potato/cabbage combo.)

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My Go To Quiche

For a printer friendly version of this recipe, click here. The very first time I made quiche was probably in the 1970’s! I had invited a bunch of my “girlfriends” over for Sunday brunch and wanted to make them something

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Phyllis’ Roasted Roots

For a printer friendly version of this recipe, click here. What’s not to love about roasted veggies? You can never have too many recipes for roasting all sort of veggies can you? Or, at least I can’t! I have been

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Phyllis’ Tomato Salsa

For a printer friendly version of this recipe, click here. A good salsa is a wonderful thing! This version has both grape tomatoes and Sungold’s from the plants in our backyard. It certainly makes an eye catching and delicious salsa!

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Baked Polenta With Onions And Bacon

For a printer friendly version of this recipe, click here. Joe likes it!  That’s what the note at the top of the recipe says! The polenta is prepared in the microwave then finished in the oven. I think it would

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Kitchen Tips

Mary’s Green Tomato Relish

If you are one of those who are getting into canning or getting back into canning, this is a great relish to make. As a teenager, I used to hang out my girlfriend’s house and spend time with her mom who

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Frittatta With Stinging Nettles and Onion

For a printer friendly version of this recipe, click here. I was inspired to make this frittata when I saw stinging nettles at the Farmer’s Market.  We ate the frittatta for dinner & made panini with the leftovers the next day.  Tasty!   Make

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