A Nutritious Corned Beef & Hash Meal Try Cauliflower Hash the next time you have corned beef left over, healthy conscious folks. Serve it as a main brunch meal. Potatoes contain nutrition, but Cauliflower Hash can be used as a substitute if desired. Cauliflower Hash & Corned Beef Recipe   Print Slow Cooker Cauliflower Hash & Leftover Corned Beef A nutritious corned beef & hash recipe Course Breakfast, Main Course Cuisine American Prep Time 35 minutes Cook Time 3 hours Total Time 3 hours 30 minutes Servings 2 Author Angie Horn Ingredients 2 cups Corned Beef, chopped in cubes 2 cups Grated Cauliflower 1 cupRead More →

Try out this “Mac & Cheese” for your kiddos. It’s baked and even includes a veggie. I made it for my daughter and son-in-law twice. They said it looked like Mac & Cheese, but it didn’t have cheese on it. The second time I made it I added cheese. Yum! My little toddler granddaughter was in on the cheese version – and she loved the bacon. If a toddler approves of a recipe, there’s no doubt about it – it’s good! Mac & Cheese Cauliflower Prep Time: 20 minutes Cook Time: 20 minutes Total Time: 40 minutes Yield: 4-6 A Mac & Cheese veggie thatRead More →

Vegetables for Any Vegetarian Diet Looking for different vegetables to cook on your vegetarian diet? For my thirty days of vegetarian meals and recipes, I’ve compiled a roundup of vegetable recipes I’ve made and posted on Kitchen Southern Hospitality. Some of the recipes may include meat. Change the recipes to fit your particular vegetarian style. Recipe Roundup Slow Cooker Vegetable Medley – a meal for two Chicken Apple Sausage and Vegetable Soup – You may want to substitute the sausage for a vegan type or leave out the sausage if you prefer. Vegetable and Fruit Smoothie – This recipe uses fresh, raw vegetables, a great recipeRead More →

How About a Chili Relleno? Make a chili relleno when you grill hamburgers the next time. I did, and my hubby LOVED it! The last time my husband and I had a grilling night, we used our last of the ten-pound log of 95% lean hamburger from the freezer. That beef log saved me from meat shopping for a month. Less than $40, the hamburger provided for meals of hamburgers, meatballs, mini meatloaves, and chili – for up to a month. Grilling those last hamburger patties from the beef log made the perfect meal with roasted chili relleno. I love to eat chili relleno but hadRead More →

Think you can budget your groceries at $25 weekly for a family of two? It’s manageable but challenging. When I began a $25-per-week food budget with food blogger Patty Cake in July, I didn’t believe it was possible. Now, I know that this food budget can work for my household of two people – just not every week.Read More →

Corned Beef Weekend Leftover Ideas  St. Patrick’s Day was ushered in quite happily early in the day when Mr. Jack Rabbit himself visited me. He seemed to know the perfect moment to arrive – just as I was preparing the slow cooker corned beef meal with red potatoes and mini cabbages. Maybe the aroma of Brussels sprouts was strong enough to reach his nostrils. Jackrabbits do have a keen sense of smell. If you decide to make a purchase through my link, Amazon will pay me a commission for it. This doesn’t cost you anything additional. These commissions help to keep the rest of myRead More →

A Garden Salsa Velveeta Dip When do your garden tomato plants first start bearing tomatoes? Late spring? Early summer? There’s nothing like making salsa from your own organic garden. If you have an abundance of tomatoes, make a salsa for your family and extra to give as gifts to your family and friends. You’ve probably mixed hot sauce with Velveeta. How about coming up with your own sauce by combining tomatoes, squash, zucchini, peppers, and/or any other vegetables from your organic garden? I mixed a little of my homemade garden salsa into the remainder of Velveeta cheese I had on hand. If you like cheeseRead More →

Raw Veggies Grilled Meat and Veggies Time changes tonight already, and spring will arrive soon. Know what that means? Time to bring the grilling gear out. In my household, we don’t wait for weather temperatures to go way high before grilling. In fact, this afternoon my hubby grilled hamburgers, hot dogs, onions, and mixed veggies for dinner (we like to grill extra so there will be plenty of leftovers). The aroma of those wood chips on the burning coals – AH! In my household, we don’t wait for weather temperatures to go way high before grilling. In fact, this afternoon my hubby grilled hamburgers, hotRead More →

Wondering where to begin with your January home organizing? Start in the kitchen with the refrigerator, pantry staples, and making a list of foods to plan your meals for the month. Comfort that begins in the kitchen promotes daily satisfaction and motivation. Begin with a cup of hot tea or coffee (or Coffeccino as in my January 10th morning kickoff). Next, clean the refrigerator and organize frig magnets. Throw away old leftovers, organize fruits, vegetables, condiments, etc. You’ll feel better when your frig smells clean and looks shiny, free from smudges and germs. Make a list of fresh vegetables and fruits to add to yourRead More →