Showing posts from February, 2011

Whats For Dinner Next Week: Lemon Broccoli Chicken

Hello there, did you have a beautiful drive out is such a perfect day for a drive in the country. I have made a lovely luncheon for us and I can't wait to visit with you again. Come on in and lets get started... Featured Recipe Tuesday Lemon  Broccoli Chicken This Dish is Delicious! Menu Sunday Baked Ham Steaks with Spicy Hot Fruit Scalloped Potatoes Home Canned  From Last Years Garden Black Eyed Peas Fresh Green Salad Wheat Buns Coconut Cake Monday Slow  Cooker Southwest White Bean Stew Home Canned Chow Chow Corn Bread Left Over Coconut Cake Tuesday Feature Recipe Lemon Broccoli Chicken Rice Chinese Spicy Cole Slaw Fresh Berries With  Vanilla Sauce Wednesday Meatloaf Mac N Cheese Fresh Garden Peas Green Tossed Salad Cottage Bread With Berries From Last Years Harvest Blackberry Cobbler Thursday From Miz Helen's Kitchen Table Cookbook Baked Sandwich Winter Green Salad Leftover Blackberry Cobbler and Blue Bell Friday Grilled Salmon From The Winter Garden Sau

Full Plate Thursday 2-24-11

Welcome to Full Plate Thursday! I am so excited that you could come to the country today. We are going to have our morning activities out by the garden because it is such a beautiful day. It is so nice to get outside. We had some really great cooks stop by last week and we had so much fun. I look forward to seeing what you have brought to share with us today and sure hope you will come back to see us next week. This Is How I Filled My Plate Last Week Breakfast Heavenly Buttermilk Buckwheat Pancakes Beth at Belle Speaks Breakfast Bake   Tina at Moms Crazy Cooking Morning Snack Apple Cider Doughnuts Ellen at A Season For All Things Lunch Peanut Butter Noodle Salad Chaya at My Sweet and Savory Sweet Potato Coconut Curry With Shrimp Debbie at Dining With Debbie Vanilla Pear Bread   Ramona at Create With Joy Afternoon Snack Cookie Hearts   Jocelyn at Inside BruCrew Life Dinner Greek Chicken   Carol Easy To Be Gluten Free Sauteed Yellow Squash Brandi at Don't Disturb This Groove Hu

Cheesy Dill Biscuits

There is nothing like a pan of hot biscuits to complete a good family meal. I add these hot biscuits often times to add a special touch to the meal. I hope you enjoy these biscuits as much as we do. Cheesy Dill Biscuits Mixing The Dry Ingredients Roll The Biscuit Dough and Cut Them Out Bake Them and Enjoy! Cheesy Dill Biscuits Miz Helen's Kitchen 2 cups all purpose flour 4 tablespoons shortening 2/3 teaspoons salt 3 teaspoons baking powder 1 teaspoon soda 2 teaspoons dried dill weed 3/4 cup sharp cheddar cheese shredded 1 cup milk or buttermilk Sift all dry ingredients together. Work the shortening into the dry ingredients Add the cheese and mix well Add the liquids to make a soft dough Roll on very lightly floured  board to 1/2 inch thickness Cut and place in greased pan having dough touch slightly on each side Bake 425 degrees  for 15 to 20 minutes until brown I am so happy that you stopped by to see us today. I mad

Whats For Dinner Next Week: Baked Tilapia Cakes

The weather is getting somewhat better and we can actually get outdoors and check the garden and some of the little plants that are beginning to sprout, but it is still really cool out here. Lets go in I know that the coffee is still hot and I have some new cookies I want  you to try.Let me show you the menu for next week. The Feature Recipe I have a friend who has an allergy  to Shell Fish I developed this Tilapia Cake recipe just for her. When she ate them she said she thought she was in heaven. Friday Baked Tilapia Cakes Lets Make The Tilapia Cakes Chop The Vegetables Prepare The Bread Crumbs and Herbs Prepare The Fish Mix All The Ingredients Well Form The Cakes and Bake Enjoy! Baked Tilapia Cakes Miz Helen's Kitchen 4 Tilapia Fillets 1 cup Red Bell Pepper chopped 1 cup celery chopped 1 bunch Green Onions with green tops chopped 3 garlic pods minced 1 cup bread crumbs 2 teaspoons salt 2 teaspoons pepper