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The Only Marinara With Meat Sauce You’ll Ever Need

It really is that good.

I first had this meat sauce…hm… sometime last winter, I think.  I wanted to make lasagna for dinner, and was debating making a lasagna different from my usual one.  After searching around on a few websites and chatting with a few people, I settled on the recipe for World’s [...]

Chickpea Stew: And Even The Kids Ate It

I warned the kids a few weeks ago that my goal this winter was to get them to like beans.  Not the green beans that they eat with abandon fresh from the garden- but dried beans.  I don’t exactly remember what we were eating that night- burrito bowls I think, and as Zander dodged [...]

A Crockpot Winner: Barbecued Chicken and Cornbread Casserole

It’s been a crazy busy week here at Tummy Treasure central.  Like everyone else in our area, we also returned to school this week- hitting the books from the comfort of our own home.  I forgot how much work it is for me! And I also forgot that with schooling underway, I lose a [...]

Taco Pie: A Leftover Solution

We have tacos or burritos quite a bit at our house.  It’s just such a great, quick and easy meal.  You can vary it by using different meats, cheese and veggie toppings, and it’s totally a make-ahead deal.  It’s so easy for me to cook up meat, shred cheese and chop veggies, and then [...]

Philly Cheesesteak

I’ve never been fortunate to have a real Philly Cheesesteak.  I mean, I’ve had them out and about, but I’ve only ever been in Philadelphia once in my life- and that was for a work-related conference that had us inside a conference/meeting center for about 8 hours.  Wow, that was a really long time [...]

Lentil, Potato and Pumpkin Curry

There was a day not too long ago where I got this idea in my head to make a curry as a side dish for a baked chicken night. I thought this was a win-win situation, because the kids are not big curry fans, but they like chicken.  I could be totally happy eating [...]

New To Us: Golden Honey Pork

Oh, this was good!  This one was really good- way better than I expected, that’s for sure.   This week for a stir-fry I decided to pull out my Big Book of Wok and find a new recipe to try.  Pork called my name, so I turned to the meat chapter and paged through until [...]

Southwest Chicken Stew: Better Than Expected

This was one of those recipes that I’ve looked at over and over and wondered if it was any good.  One of the crockpot cookbooks I have on my shelf is the Pillsbury Doughboy Slow Cooker Recipes, and I’ve made quite a few recipes out of it over the years.  While I don’t recall [...]

Chicken and Veggie Pie

This is not your normal dinner pie.  I had planned to make a Chicken Pot Pie for dinner this past Saturday, utilizing some leftover chicken from another night.  My planned pie failed though when I realized I was missing quite a few requisite ingredients, and I really, really just wanted to stay home and [...]

A Little Creole Inspiration

Last night’s planned meal was a pork chop dinner.  I was planning to roast up a butternut squash, and I thought pork chops would be the ideal accompaniment for the squash.  I picked up my chops from the grocery store, but at the time, I really gave no thought to how I might prepare [...]

Easy Winner Crock-Pot Chicken Dinner

I had planned a simple chicken dinner yesterday.  I had a pile of chicken thighs in the freezer, so my plan had been to pull them out and simply bake them with some rice and serve some green beans on the side.  My problem with that plan was timing- we have dance classes on [...]

Meal Kits For Camping

It feels like 104ºF outside right now.  It’s been hot all week, and as you can imagine, there isn’t much cooking going on.  We’ve been existing on salad and melon all week.  Fortunately, one of the local grocery stores is having a huge sale on melons, so Sunday I went and picked up a [...]