Tuna Casserole Recipe: An Old Favorite

My youngest asked for tuna casserole tonight!  It’s been a long time since I made this so I browsed a few cookbooks and ended up with following the basic recipe in Joy of Cooking: 75th Anniversary Edition – 2006, which is really a great source of all kinds of great recipes, even old fashioned casseroles! […]

Recipe: Sauteed Tiliapia Fillets

I got this from an online cooking group a long time ago and can’t remember who to thank for the recipe. I liked the flavor and it’s very easy to adjust the number of servings up or down. Tilapia fillets Italian salad dressing of your choice salt pepper Old Bay Seasoning ground cumin Pour enough […]

Leeks and Bacon with Simple Salmon Recipes

This was from Rachael Ray Express Lane Meals: What to Keep on Hand, What to Buy Fresh for the Easiest-Ever 30-Minute Meals, a book I’m finding some good ideas in, although I nearly always change something. Still, the inspiration is worthwhile! Last night I made a leek and bacon side dish to go with some […]

Slow Cooked Salmon

I have made this salmon from Fast Food My Way several times and it never fails. It is incredibly moist and good–and totally easy. It’s great for entertaining because you can get it all ready, then pop it in the oven about an hour before you want to eat. The only disadvantage is because the […]

Spinach Salad with Scallops, Bacon, and Cider Vinaigrette

I’d about given up on Cooking Light recipes but they may have won me back with this one. Both my girls loved it and it went together quickly and easily. I used frozen bay scallops rather than the larger sea scallops and just cooked them a bit less. I think it would be better with […]