History[ edit ] A typical covered dish dinner or potluck with desserts and bars at one end, salads, and hot dishes at the other end The history of the hotdish goes back to when "budget-minded farm wives needed to feed their own families, as well as congregations in the basements of the first Minnesota churches. In years past, a pasta was the most frequently used starch, but tater tots and local wild rice have become very popular as well. They are well-suited for family reunions, funerals, church suppers, and covered dish dinners or potlucks where they may be paired with potato salad, coleslaw, Jello salads , Snickers salad , and pan-baked desserts known as bars. Potatoes may be in the form of tater tots , hash browns , potato chips , or shoe string potatoes. The dish is usually seasoned lightly with salt and pepper , and it may be eaten with ketchup as a condiment.
Asian Pork Chops: A Quick & Easy Family Recipe
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My great grandmother made up the method and taught it to my mom, who taught Sarah and me how to make it. Tried and true, Asian Pork Chops are an easy minute meal great for weeknights and lazy meals when you want something packed with flavor without too much effort. This Asian Pork Chop recipe was originally published in January Asian Pork Chops:
A cheesy potato casserole, made with potatoes that are baked twice, and including all my favorite loaded baked potato ingredients - bacon, butter, sour cream, cheddar cheese and green onion - all in a simple casserole form. Being married to a meat and potatoes man, they are certainly a pantry staple in this house, making a regular appearance on the supper plate in some form. Truth is, being a lover of carbs, I love them too, and pretty much any way you can make them - including casseroles like this, that center around potatoes. Recipes very similar to this casserole can be found everywhere, but mostly they come in a mashed potato form.
See also: The most common Chinese variety of curry sauce is usually sold in powder form. It features typically in Hong Kong cuisine, where curry is often cooked with brisket or fish balls. Malay satay seems to have been introduced to China with wider success by the ethnic Teochew , who make up the second largest group of Chinese of Singapore and are the dominant group in Thailand.