Got leftover ribeye steak? Make ribeye chili. Easy slow cooker recipe for two! Add Slow Cooker Cream Cheese Cabbage as a side dish. Top off your ribeye meal with Mango Bread Pudding, Peach Cobbler, or German Chocolate Cake – all slow cooker desserts. Leftover Ribeye Chili Steak foodies, make this slow cooker ribeye chili recipe the next time you cook ribeye steaks on the grill or in the slow cooker. Like chili? Like steak? Make them a combo, and try this leftover ribeye chili.Read More →

 Plan healthy meals for the week like this Hamburger Steak Breakfast for Two. Choose grilled, pan-fried, oven-cooked or slow-cooked steak. Steak leftovers are good for planning breakfast, lunch, and dinner menus. Weekly Meal Plans for Steak Leftovers Listed below are steak breakfast, lunch, and dinner meal plans to make it easy for you – and a hamburger steak and egg breakfast recipe.Read More →

Cooking simply for fall holiday food with a potato bar is the way to go. Prepare potatoes as the main holiday food for an event, and ask everyone to bring potato fixin’s.   Types of Potatoes Starting with a potato bar, there are options. Go with one or more of these: 1. Russet (or Idaho) potatoes 2. Red potatoes 3. New potatoes 4. Sweet potatoes 5. Fingerling potatoes Out of the five types of potatoes listed above, russet/Idaho and red potatoes are the highest on the glycemic scale. So for the sake of guests who are diabetics, go for a lower glycemic potato. Russet isRead More →

Are you preparing your summer menus already? May temperatures are climbing quickly, an indication for home chefs to begin alternative cooking methods besides the stove and oven. Local hardware stores suggest it’s time to get out the grill, and we can’t resist their urging. The unbeatable two-pack charcoal sales prices make it impossible to pass up. Supermarkets tempt meat lovers to grab the hot sales on ribeye steaks, hamburgers, chicken, and hot dogs. But wait! Grilled is good but not seven days a week. Let’s check out those alternatives.Read More →

5 Favorite Slow Cooker Recipes April’s 30 days of slow cooker recipes challenge is over! I did it!! You know what it’s like when you set a difficult goal for yourself but are determined to see that it happens. Right? That’s what last month was like for me when I chose to blog about slow cooker recipes. Every comment was SO appreciated. If you didn’t comment but read the creative slow cooker recipes, thank you for your visits. I hope that you found some recipes that you will try in your slow cooker to make a day’s cooking easier for you. The top 5 slow cookerRead More →