Hot Bologna

Hot Bologna

Share this…FacebookTwitterLinkedinYummlyemailPrintTumblrPinterest  Hot Bologna Recipe Growing up Mom never made this recipe for us. Most likely because as a kid we stayed away from these spicy foods. But when ever we went to a picnic at Nana’s, there were always available since my cousins were under men and into spicy foods. These are a good picnic, bar food, and snack […]

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Sweet Baby Rays Chicken BBQ Sandwiches

Chicken BBQ Sandwich

Share this…FacebookTwitterLinkedinYummlyemailPrintTumblrPinterestSweet Baby Ray’s Barbecue Chicken Sandwiches I am so lucky since I live less than two blocks from a Sam’s Club. A ten minute trip and I have have a rotisserie chicken for any meal. Since there are only two of use here, and we both love the dark meat, the legs and wings are the first items to […]

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Pennsylvania Dutch Pepper Cabbage Recipe

Pepper Cabbage

Share this…FacebookTwitterLinkedinYummlyemailPrintTumblrPinterestPennsylvania Dutch Pepper Cabbage Recipe Growing up our family went through lots of a lot if cabbage. Whether it was coleslaw, pepper cabbage, halushkie, stuffed cabbage rolls, cabbage soup even steamed cabbage and many many more ideas. Pepper cabbage is a sweet and sour slaw. Locally, most of the Cole Slaws are the creamy mayonnaise based ones. Pepper cabbage […]

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Joe’s Honey Harvard Beets

Honey Harvard Beets Meal

Share this…FacebookTwitterLinkedinYummlyemailPrintTumblrPinterestJoe’s Honey Harvard Beets I have a love for red beets.  I think I could eat them just about every day.  I love them pickled, plain, with butter, Harvard style, Borsch, with salads just about any way you can think.  It must be some of my Ukrainian heritage. Mom rarely make cooked beets, though we always had picked red […]

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