Bookworm in the Kitchen

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Cooking for three

Orzo with shrimp and Pork

Using whatever we have hand in our home to make dinner. Nothing was purchased specifically for this meal, I had all the ingredients. The orzo would have been even better with crumbled feta cheese, maybe next time Orzo with olive… Continue Reading →

Leftovers: Cheesy Meatball Sandwiches

Most Sunday nights I make homemade sauce and either sausage or meatballs with pasta. Leftovers can get boring, so we have mix it up. One favorite is making the meatballs into sandwiches. Ingredients: meatballs sauce rolls shredded cheese grated cheese… Continue Reading →

Shrimp, Corn, and Asparagus Over Rice

COOKING FOR THREE:   LOVE that I finally have a heavy and non-stick half sheet to cook our dinners on each night. The only time consuming prep was defrosting the shrimp then peeling and deveining. After that it was all… Continue Reading →

Flounder, Potatoes, and Green Beans

COOKING FOR THREE:   While waiting for the half sheet I had to place the green beans on top of the flounder.   No long recipes as it’s super easy to make. I also like to mix up the flavors… Continue Reading →

Sausage and Pasta Bookworm Mom Style

    Print Sausage and Pasta Bookworm Mom Style Our typical Sunday night dinner…nothing better than a pasta dinner Course Main Course Cuisine Italian Ingredients 1 can large can of crushed tomatoes 1 can small can of tomato paste 5… Continue Reading →

Mashed Potatoes Bookworm Mom Style

  Print Mashed Potatoes Bookworm Mom Style My boys love the way I make mashed potatoes, tasty and filling.  Course Side Dish Cuisine American Servings 4 people Author Bookworm Mom Ingredients 4 large potatoes .5 stick butter 1/2 cup milk… Continue Reading →

Rice and Bean Quesadillas

Print Rice and Bean Quesadillas Have extra rice and beans, but not in the mood to eat that again? Instead of freezing and possibly forgetting about it, use it in quesadillas. It not only adds to the meal, but tastes… Continue Reading →

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