Parmesan Chicken Cutlet With A White Wine & Mushrooms Sauce

I think I’m kind of into chicken cutlets right now. There are times in the year when my hubby has to work really late and I always wait to eat with him. I’ve found I can prepare the cutlets in advance. They cook up super fast and are light for late evening dining. It’s so important to me that he has a home cooked meal made with love when he comes home. I serve it with a simple salad and that’s all we need. Thank you Baby for all you do. I love you!   Continue reading

Parmesan Turkey Sliders

Parmesan Turkey Sliders

Here we are again… Turkey leftovers! Every year I make the same mistake. I make more bird than the people I invite. Even after I’ve sent everyone home with an ample amount of leftovers, I still have leftovers! Well I know I’m not the only one because if you follow us you saw Linda’s awesome sandwich yesterday… here is how I used some of my turkey and the leftover dinner rolls too… Continue reading

Parmesan-Cracker Crusted Tilapia

Parmesan-Cracker Crusted Tilapia
My mom makes a really great fish using saltine crackers as breading…I’m not sure where she got the original recipe from but she’s been making it for years and it’s really tasty! I’ve added Ritz crackers in there along with some fresh garlic, parsley & thyme to kick the flavor up even more. Heidi adapted Mom’s recipe too and shared her version, Baked Tilapia recently. Both of these recipes are a good way to introduce your kids to fish if you haven’t already done so…I generally serve this fish dish with Heidi’s Coleslaw. Fish and coleslaw always go so well together. This is a quick and tasty meal…

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Baked Tilapia With a Sourdough Parmesan Crust

Baked Tilapia With a Sour Dough Parmesan Crust
Tilapia is a very mild, moist and flaky fish. I love to bake it in the oven for an easy, fast and tasty meal. I’ve adapted a recipe my mother always made that my kids couldn’t get enough of. I know Linda has also used and adapted this dish for her family too. Make this fish for your family and all you’ll hear is… May I have another?     Continue reading