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How To Make Roasted Root Vegetables with Kielbasa

Roasted Root Vegetables with Kielbasa

Eating seasonally is a great way to get the healthiest vegetables at the best prices. But even if you don’t care about either of those, it’s still a good way to get a little variety.

I don’t think I could ever get bored with garden-fresh tomatoes. But after a couple of months of salads and crisp garden veggie sides, some savory roasted root vegetables make for a great change of pace. Besides, they work much better than salad with kielbasa and other smoked sausage.

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How To Make Loaded Sweet Potato Chips

Loaded Sweet Potato Chips

Loaded potato skins are great, but bigger ones can be a little much for an appetizer. These are bite-sized, easy to share, and oh by the way they’re crazy delicious.

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How To Make Sorghum Molasses Cookies

Sorghum Molasses Cookies

I don’t generally go out of my way looking for unusual ingredients. But when I come across something that I don’t often see, I like to grab some just to see what it might be good in.

Like the sorghum I picked up last time I was at the Bergman Orchards market near Sandusky. I bought several jars, and the one I used here was lost in the back of the cupboard for over two years.

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How To Make Beef Pot Pie

Beef Pot Pie

When we did the chicken pot pie recipe, Kelly told me she has a relative who can’t eat poultry, and could we do a beef version. It’s definitely soup season in Cleveland, so I thought that was a fine idea.

Just to change it up, though, I decided to go with a yeast bread crust instead of a pie-style crust. Based on a survey of the family it’s unanimous: They’re both great.

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How To Make Mummy Stew (AKA Chicken Pot Pie)

Mummy Stew (AKA Chicken Pot Pie)

Want your picky-eater kid to try something new? Wait until Halloween, dress it up a little and give it a gross name. Like turning a classic comfort food recipe – chicken pot pie – into Mummy Stew.

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