I love my Instant Pot! Here’s a slide show of my homemade spaghetti sauce or as us Italians call it “Gravy!” I sautéed onions, zucchini, red pepper, lots of garlic, basil & oregano until tender, added crushed tomatoes & paste, cooked Italian sausage & homemade meatballs & added them in my gravy. The fam loved it! #familydinnernight#instantpot#ifyoudonthaveoneyouremissingout 🖤🍝
This bread 🍞 was so good I wanted to ask for more. But I didn’t because I didn’t want to ruin my dinner, which I had no doubt was to die for. 😋 And I was so right. 🍽 More about that divine dinner 🥘 on the blog tomorrow. #sneakpeek#lynndeeeats
Our whole family ... just us ... my heart is so happy! It’s been a bigger adjustment than I expected having our oldest son come home after being gone all summer but I think we’ve found our groove again!
I’m so proud of the man he’s becoming ... this is what we raise them for ... but man it can be exhausting 🤯 but I absolutely love it too!
#familydinnernight#timewithfamily ❤️ #raisingmen
Loving this new recipe I found for Chicken Pot Pie!
Chicken Pot Pie with Stuffing Crust
4 chicken breasts cut into bite sized pieces, boneless & skinless
3 tablespoons butter, unsalted
1 cup onion, diced
1 cup peas, frozen
1 cup mushrooms, sliced
2 red peppers, sliced
1 can cream of chicken soup
1 cup milk
⅓ cup all-purpose flour
2 boxes Stove Top Chicken Stuffing Mix
Preheat oven to 400F.
Cook stuffing according to directions & set aside.
In a large frying pan, cook chicken with 1 tablespoon butter.
Once chicken is thoroughly cooked, pour chicken evenly over the bottom of a 13x9 casserole dish.
In that same frying pan, saute all vegetables with 2 tablespoons butter.
Once vegetables are done (softened slightly), sprinkle them evenly over the chicken in the casserole dish.
In a medium saucepan, combine milk, soup & flour. Stir constantly (to prevent burning or lumps) over medium heat until mixture comes to a boil.
Pour soup mixture over chicken & vegetables then stir well to evenly coat.
Spread stuffing evenly over the chicken & vegetable mixture.
Bake for 25 minutes.
Breaking the Yom Kippur fast in this house means we all sit together as a family and that is something new for us. Besides Shabbat, my kids eat dinner earlier than we do.
I don’t know what’s right and what’s wrong but I know that when we eat together as a family, I feel whole.
I guess the trouble is, the kids want to eat at 5:30 and that is just way too early for me and Justin isn’t even home from work yet. I want to make a change but I’m not sure where to begin...
I’ll take all the advice I can get! Oh, and I’ll take some ricotta pound cake too!
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I was all super excited for a dinner full of fresh vegetables that I found in the produce clearance section. So...obviously my kids were not. 😂😂 Oh well! Mom only makes one dinner and I supremely enjoyed it. (P.s. this is why I tell my kids they need to learn how to cook because then THEY get to decide what we eat...until then, mom picks!! 😂🙌🏻)
Neither one of my parents cooked when I was growing up. For the life of me I cannot recall what we ate. Microwave something? But apparently crappy eats in one's youth make for decent adult chefs.
Both my brother and I cook. We have completely different styles but we both have a reverence for food. Last night he made me this Italian sausage. I would never make this for myself which made it all the more appealing. Like dirty Super Bowl food you can't resist...
Some benders are worth it! Also, send beer! 🙏