This Week's Eats 12/1
This Week's Eats
This Week's Eats
December 1, 2013
Easy Recipes for the Home Chef
Roasted Maple Mustard Chicken | Slow Cooker Mac & Cheese
Slow Cooker Beef Roast | Taco Bites
Cheesesteak Sloppy Joes | Pizza Stuffed Spaghetti Squash
Gingerbread Baked Oatmeal | Pumpkin Pie French Toast
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It was my dad's birthday on Wednesday, so one of my gifts was his favorite pie. After a few people had a taste and began drooling, I decided I should have a piece despite being "pie-ed out" at that point in the day.
Boy am I glad I did. Simply divine.
Yes, this is bragging about my own pie, but I'm pretty proud of how it turned out, especially because it doesn't have any corn syrup! Will share the recipe soon...and while doubtful this will happen, I'll let you know if I start a pie blog ;)
On to this week's yummy recipes...
Our family has enjoyed a most fabulous and delicious week together. We spent time with my brother and sister, their spouses, and my little neice. We hung out with my mom, then later with my dad. Whenever my mom hosts Thanksgiving, I nominate myself to bring the pies. And after this year, I wonder if I should have been a pie blogger.
Not only was the Pumpkin Double Chocolate Cheesecake pie amazing, the Pecan Fudge Pie turned out pretty beautifully as well.
1 1/2 to 2 lb. beef roast
3 medium sized apples
1/2 lb. baby carrots or peeled carrots
8 small red potatoes
1 cup frozen pearled onions
Garlic and Onion seasoning
We eat a lot of eggs in our house, so I've had lots of practice making eggs in a variety of ways. However, over the years I've perfected the art of scrambling eggs in a way that our family loves.
How To Make
The Perfect Scrambled Eggs
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