This page was last updated September 22, 2015

Recipes found on this blog are tried and true. You will never find a recipe on this page that hasn't been preapred by myself. All photos with recipes were photographed by me or someone helping me as I prepare the recipe.  I don't mind anyone sharing these recipes or photos as long as you don't claim them as your own.

Oh and one last thing you can now easily print every recipe on my blog. Down by the comments section is a printer friendly button. Click and print its that easy!!

So with this being said, lets get a cookin'!!
Baked Italian Meatballs (OAMC)
Beef Stroganoff
Beer Baked Brisket
Corned Beef and Cabbage
Dill Pickle Meatloaf
Easy Freezer Meatloaf  (OAMC)   Newly added
Hamburger & Frankfurter Bake
Italian Style Meatloaf
Layered Beef Casserole
Sausage and Sauerkraut
Slow-Cooker Balsamic Pot Roast
Steak Pot Pie
Waikiki Meatballs

Angel Biscuits
Amish Cinnamon Bread
Blueberry Breakfast Scones
Irish Soda Bread

Apple cake w/brown sugar glaze
Crazy Cake

Peanut Butter Cups

Crockpot Meals:
Korean Style Short Ribs 
Harvest Stoup

Strawberry Cream Cheese Cobbler

Homemade Mixes
Hickory Smoked Salt
SOS Mix - Soup or Sauce

Finger Lickin' Chicken Marinade
Whiskey Marinade for Beef, Chicken or Pork

Freezer Home fries

Hearty Macaroni salad
Homemade Egg Noodles

Black Forest Pie
Double Pie Crust
Mountain Berry Pie
Peach Oatmeal Crisp
Single Pie Crust
Oh my my, Strawberry Pie

Cheesy Scalloped Potatoes And Sausage  Newly added
Moist Ham Loaf
Pineapple Ham Loaf
Porky Pie

Beer-Brined Chicken
Chicken Wings with Blue Cheese Dip {Appetizer} 
General Tso's Chicken - Weight Watchers
Lemon Chicken
Loaded Potato & Buffalo Chicken Casserole
Man Pleasing Chicken
Tender Lemon Chicken (Pressure cooker)
Turkey a la King

Hot Dog Sauce

Australian Fish
Clam Chowder
Side Dishes:
Au Gratin Potatoes
Cranberry Salad
Summer Vegetable Tian

Beef Veggie Soup
Chicken Taco Soup

Wild Game:
Slow Cooker Venison Roast

Household Cleaners:
Homemade Oven CleanerPin It


  1. This may be out of your area, since you live inland, but worth a try. I live by the ocean and have a large salmon I would like to can. Have canned the smoked salmon my husband did. Is canning fresh, uncooked salmon the same? The recipes in the Ball book call for brining it first. But the tuna recipe calls for cooking it first and I always just can it, seal it and process it! Thought maybe could do the same thing with the salmon. What do you think?



    1. Probably too late for processing your salmon, but fish should be processed with a pressure cooker. Much easier to clean then and vaccum pack them then freeze them. I have used them after 6 months and they were still like fresh. Vacuum machine at WalMart works fine.

    2. Well I don't see why not. I was just talking to my father yesterday about smoking some salmon for me so I can can it. Have you ever tried that?