Ingredients: 3 cups frozen hash browns, thawed* 1 pound Italian sausage 2 cups cheddar cheese, shredded 1/2 green bell pepper, diced 1/2 white onion, diced 12 eggs, beaten 2 cups milk 1/2 teaspoon salt 1/2 teaspoon hot sauce (optional) Instructions: Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. Brown the sausage until fully cooked and
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With Mother’s Day right around the corner, I thought I’d share a great recipe that is perfect for brunch or breakfast in bed. Today’s quiche recipe will be sure to make Mom feel extra special. Quiche is a delightful, savory, egg-based pie, baked to create a crispy crust filled with many common ingredients. Made for
HOG BUYERS GUIDE A half hog can be approximately 115 lbs. And a whole hog can be approximately 230 lbs. The hanging weight hog. BUYING A HALF OR WHOLE HOG Buying meat in bulk is the most economical way to buy meat. You get the advantage of having the meat cut and wrapped the way
SIMPLE 10 BEAN SOUP In every kitchen pantry on the bottom shelf hiding behind the bread machine or George Foreman grill, there is an appliance rarely used. Yes, it’s the Crock-Pot (or slow cooker). Pull it out, dust it off and I will give you ideas on how to slow cook soup. The beauty
Pork carnitas is the recipe for this week. Easy to make at home and extremely versatile and tasty. Pork carnitas, a Mexican dish, is a slow-cooked pork, usually pork butt. This meat is a shoulder piece, often called Boston butt, that has enough marbled fat running through it to make it juicy and delicious. One
We’ve all cooked that dry pork chop and wondered what went wrong. Today I’m offering a surefire way to enjoy that tasty pork chop without having to choke down dry meat. Pork has changed over the years; what was once a sketchy food that most definitely needed to be overcooked in order to be eaten
Saint Patrick was a missionary known as the apostle of Ireland in the second half of the fifth century in Ireland. He’s considered the primary patron saint of Ireland and it was his extensive missionary work in which he became celebrated. One told fable of Saint Patrick banishing all the snakes in Ireland, chasing them