Whether you love hard boiled eggs or soft boiled eggs, Easter eggs or everyday eggs, egg salad or deviled eggs — anyone can master the art of the perfect boiled egg. Wondering how long to boil eggs? Pillsbury's handy timing chart and no-fail guide are just what you need!
Frosty days need Hearty Stews. Ingredients: Meat (or not), carrots, onions, potatoes, tomatoes, pepper, salt, liquid smoke, other warming spices like cayenne. Dumplings on top optional. If you make dumplings add parsley.
Rosemary Meat Dumpling Soup 1 pound of ground meat, 2 eggs, salt & pepper to taste, parsley-Mix together and make teaspoon or tablespoon dumplings 10-15 Carrots shredded 1-2 onions minced finely 5 large potatoes shredded Salt and pepper to taste Cover with water & boil 30 minutes Near the end of cooking add 2 tablespoons fresh finely chopped rosemary Enjoy! This is an English soup served at High Tea. It is full of flavor, delicious, and hearty! (Healthy too)
Try something different next year. Plant German Striped Cavern Tomatoes. At harvest pop out the center (very easy) and stuff them with your favorite meatloaf recipe. Serve on a bed of cooked brown rice, with Bright Lights Chard, and onions. Bake at 350 degrees for 45 minutes. It makes a colorful fall presentation for any meal.
Turkey Leftovers? It's Easy! Crust. Fill. Bake. Fill w/ turkey, onion, carrots, peas, spices, cream sauce or cream of chicken soup or whatever you have. Bake at 450 degrees 10 minutes, reduce to 350 degrees for 35 minutes. Works with 8 inch, 9 inch or deep dish pies