SUPPERTIME RECIPES

Stuffed Pork Loin or Tenderloin

Stuffed Pork Loin or Tenderloin

Stuffed Pork Loin or Tenderloin Recipe Source: Antique Cooking Handbook I pulled this recipe from my antique cooking handbook. It’s become my go-to source for good, versatile recipes with simple ingredients. This one is another winner. About the Dish Pork loin comes...

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Marinated Beef Tenderloin

Marinated Beef Tenderloin

Marinated Beed Ternderloin Recipe Source: Saints Preserved: Emmanuel Episcopal Church Parish Cookbook, copyright 1980 Some of my favorite recipes have come from the dog-eared pages of church cookbooks, and this one is no exception. About the Dish Beef tenderloin is an...

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Perfect Pot Roast in Red Wine

Perfect Pot Roast in Red Wine

Perfect Pot Roast in Red Wine   About the Dish Pot roast is a quintessential American dish created by Yankees to keep warm during the brutal New England winters. The first recipes date back to the late 19th century and call for browned (seared) meat cooked with...

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No-Fail Sirloin Steak Marinade

No-Fail Sirloin Steak Marinade

No-Fail Sirloin Steak Marinade   About the Dish The word “marinade” comes from the Latin word for the sea, mare. Early marinades were simply meat that was preserved in seawater. Over time, the technique evolved to immersing meats in a mixture of vinegar, oil, and...

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Easy Chili

Easy Chili

Certified Angus Beef Country Fried Steak Recipe Source: Trickum Treats. There is no date on the book or the recipes, so I’m just going to think of them as timeless. About the Dish Chili is one of those classic American comfort foods beloved by many, especially when...

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Spanish Chicken Thighs Cooked in Cast Iron

Spanish Chicken Thighs Cooked in Cast Iron

Cast Iron Chicken Thigh Recipe Source: Coastal CookeryAbout the Dish There are lots of Spanish chicken recipes online. I’m not sure of the origin of this recipe or if it is even Spanish. Often, family recipes are creatively named or the names are passed down from...

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Cabbage Rolls with Sauce

Cabbage Rolls with Sauce

Cabbage Roll Recipe Recipe Source: Trickum Treats.About the Dish From Polish Goląbki and Turkish Sarmale to Japanese Rooru Kabetsu and countless other variations, cabbage rolls are an old recipe that spans multiple cultures and continents. They have been around at...

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Dinner in a Dish

Dinner in a Dish

Easy Ground Beef Recipes With Few Ingredients Recipe Source: Favorite Recipes of The Lower Cape Fear, copyright 1968.About the Dish This is an easy ground beef recipe with few ingredients that will become an instant family favorite. Parts of this recipe needed to be...

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Shipwreck (Desert Island Not Included)

Shipwreck (Desert Island Not Included)

Ground Beef and Potato Casserole Recipes Recipe Source: Family Favorite Recipes, Middleburg United Methodist Women of Middleburg Maryland.About the Dish I wanted to cook this recipe just because of the name. It’s not often I get to serve my family a wreck...

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Brown Beef Stock

Brown Beef Stock

Brown Beef Stock or Broth (Call it What You Want) There are so many articles on beef stock, you really don’t need me to tell you how to make it. A lot of people are still buying prepared stock from the grocery store that is mostly water, salt, and artificial coloring....

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Chili Con Carne: Ancient Aztec Secret?

Chili Con Carne: Ancient Aztec Secret?

Chili Con Carne  About the Dish Chili con carne is not really Southern, but that doesn’t stop us from enjoying it! This spicy stew, Spanish for “chili with meat,” strongly resembles a popular Aztec dish from the 1500s. Its popularity in the U.S. can be attributed...

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Chicken and Dumplings Just Like Grandma’s

Chicken and Dumplings Just Like Grandma’s

Chicken and Dumplings Recipe Source: Old Timey Recipes, copyright 1969 Like the Mountaineer Hash recipe we shared recently, here’s another one from Old Timey Recipes. It’s every bit as hearty and delicious!About the Dish Few dishes are as synonymous with Southern...

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Spanish Beef Steak, No Passport Required!

Spanish Beef Steak, No Passport Required!

Spanish Beef Steak, No Passport Required! Recipe Source: The Institute Cook Book by Helen Cramp “The Institute Cook Book is planned for a family of four…Economical recipes designed to meet the needs of the modern housekeeper. The author has endeavored to...

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Elevate Your Ground Beef & Rice Game with Mountaineer Hash

Elevate Your Ground Beef & Rice Game with Mountaineer Hash

Mountaineer Hash: The Ultimate Ground Beef and Rice Recipe Recipe Source: Old Timey Recipes, copyright 1969 This collection of recipes from some of the best cooks of the Carolinas, the Virginias, Tennessee and Kentucky are old family favorites handed down through two...

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How to Make Country Fried Steak Better than Cracker Barrel

How to Make Country Fried Steak Better than Cracker Barrel

Certified Angus Beef Country Fried Steak Recipe Source: The Blue Willow Inn Bible of Southern Cooking, copyright 2005, page 214, Country-Fried Steak About the Blue Willow Inn The Blue Willow Inn opened in 1991 in Social Circle, GA. For years, my family would drive...

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