I may be alone in this but I often find myself at a complete loss on what to make for dinner. It’s often just my husband and me and – those who know me well – know that much of the time we just opt for a restaurant! But then I feel guilty because surely I can come up with something to feed my family! So, Dawn and I searched through our collective recipe boxes and came up with five incredibly simple, yet incredibly delicious meals. We think you’ll love these because we all want to serve our loved ones (or guests) something that looks like we slaved in the kitchen, but actually was quick and easy (and fairly inexpensive) to make.
This recipe was Mama Bear’s favorite recommendation when a catering client was on a tight budget but wanted to impress their guests. It could not be any easier – or cheaper – to make. And yet, you won’t believe how your family and friends will love this tasty, tender chicken dish.
We know tuna casserole has a bit of a bad rep, but let’s admit it – it tastes good. This is a great recipe, so we dare you to try it!
Angie S. says
I just found your website today, while I was Googling a recipe for Mile High Strawberry Pie. Great assortment of recipes. Your tribute to your mother is very humbling and shows what a wonderful woman she was was. I was wondering, if in your mother’s repertoire of amazing recipes, did she have any candy recipes that you care to share? Thanks again for posting your family recipes. God Bless!