The Food Brie Cooked and Baked

A record of every food cooked or baked in my kitchen in 2010

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98. sausage, cabbage and potato skillet

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Recipe source: Diane, my super-sweet coworker

When Diane told me about this recipe a while back, I tucked it away for future reference. And it sounded like a good, easy meal for this weekend, so I pulled it out.

It’s a simple recipe:

Add some water to cover the bottom of a large skillet. Layer one head of cabbage (cut up into pieces), some sliced potatoes (enough to cover the cabbage), salt and pepper, and then slice Polish sausage on top. Cover and simmer for 1.5-2 hours.

This was a very simple, really good meal – and economical, too! We like bread (a lot), so we also had a baguette with our meal.

skillet meal

sausage, cabbage and potato skillet

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Written by louise914

October 24, 2010 at 6:47 pm

35. one-pot paprika chicken with potatoes

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Recipe source: Crepes of Wrath

Simple and easy, this was a very good meal that I will make again.

The red pepper added to the vegetables gave it just the right boost of flavor, and the chicken came out just perfect.

As an added bonus, I used my new old cast iron Dutch oven! It was super swell. If you don’t have one, I suggest you find one – or find a really, really nice coworker who is willing to give you one.

one-pot paprika chicken with potatoes

Written by louise914

March 9, 2010 at 8:03 pm

29. pork chops & potatoes in mushroom sauce

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Recipe source: Simple & Delicious, January/February 2010

This was as bland as it sounds (and looks). I’m not really even sure why I decided to try this recipe. It was a lapse in judgment. It won’t happen again.

And don’t let “mushroom sauce” fool you into thinking it was something gourmet. The sauce was a can of cream of mushroom soup with a few other ingredients added to it.

pork chops & potatoes in mushroom sauce

Written by louise914

February 22, 2010 at 8:47 pm

8. pork panini & spiced fries

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Recipes source: Simple & Delicious, January/February 2010

This one is definitely a keeper. I used the leftover pork from the slow-cooked pork verde I made earlier in the week. I don’t own a panini press, so I used a nonstick skillet and flipped the sandwiches a couple of times while heating.

BP raved about this one. The mayonnaise-based spread for the paninis was really good and could be used on any number of sandwiches. He also used it to dip the spiced fries into.

pork panini & spiced fries

Written by louise914

January 17, 2010 at 9:19 pm

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