Trouble With Toast

Old reliables | June 8, 2009

Sometimes, new recipes just don’t call out to me.  Instead, I find myself gravitating towards dishes that are tried and true, dishes that I know are tasty, simple to prepare, and imminently comforting.  Here are some of the recipes I’ve been excited about lately:

Fiery Fried Chicken

Jumbo Turkey Meatballs

Turkey Burgers

Honey Vanilla Pound Cake

Lemon Roasted Chicken

I know, I know, this post is totally cheating–but I can’t help it, I’ve been craving old favorites from my repertoire.  Hopefully, after going through my ever-growing stack of food magazines, I’ll come up with some new and exciting dishes to try.

In the meantime, enjoy these TWT classics.  Have a great one!



  1. Here is something new and different: Mashed turnips and potatoes with horseradish bread crumbs. We just pronounced it divine! The weekly CSA share has definitely broadened my horizons. I continue to use new skills learned from your friend and my cooking teacher Brock!

    Comment by Barbara — June 13, 2009 @ 12:09 am

  2. BTW, if you look at that recipe, you will see a list of 7 ingredients that seem to have wandered in from another recipe! I just ignored them.

    Comment by Barbara — June 13, 2009 @ 1:18 am

  3. As with life itself, old is new and new is old! Everything is just the way you look at things! Thank you for the refreshers!

    Comment by allen@foodcreate — June 14, 2009 @ 3:37 am

  4. Yum, Barbara, that sounds great! Tell Brock hello for me when you see him next.

    Comment by bettyjoan — June 15, 2009 @ 6:04 pm

  5. Allen, you’re exactly right! Thanks for visiting.

    Comment by bettyjoan — June 16, 2009 @ 2:45 pm

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