What’s for dinner? Chili Cheese Dip One Pot Pasta

Chili Cheese Dip One Pot Pasta | Sarcastic Cooking

You guys hear that? That whirring noise? It is a familiar noise for this time of year. It signals a change in the seasons. Yep, that lulling humming whir is coming from my seasonal BFF, my humidifier. Ah, now with that going on full steam, I can smell the crisp fall air approaching and smell the pumpkin spiced-everything floating in the air. [Read more…]

Open-Faced Heirloom Tomato and Whipped Feta Breakfast Sandwiches

Open-faced Heirloom Tomato and Whipped Feta Breakfast Sandwiches | Sarcastic Cooking

I swear to the Lord, I am so done with summer. I got my fruit fill. I kind of got my heirloom tomato fill. (See last week’s post for the story behind that). I am ready for a gradual decline into the seventies, sixties, and then (Gasp) the fifties. I am ready for layers and not sweating my pregnant belly off every single time I step outside.

I will probably live to regret this statement once I am trapped indoors with ten inches of snow on the ground, a newborn, a two year old, and a dog staring at me wondering what we are going to do next. Until then, I shall rant on. [Read more…]

Meatless Monday: Leftover Bruschetta Spaghetti

Meatless Monday: ;eftover Bruschetta Spaghetti | Sarcastic Cooking

How do you manage leftovers? I bet you are the kind of person that will eat the leftovers the next day for lunch. No, wait, you’re more of a repurpose the leftover pizza into a breakfast food by topping it with an egg kinda person. Right? Ooo, oo, oo! I bet you take a leftover sandwich and use the meat in a salad or a fancy frittata or omelet or something special like that!

Yeah, umm, me? Not so much. [Read more…]

What’s for dinner? Mushroom and Tomato Smothered Pork Chops

What's for dinner? Mushroom and Tomato Smothered Pork Chops | Sarcastic Cooking

This week’s edition of the series that I like to think is single-handedly bringing America back to the dinner table features a rendition of a dish my mom made for us all the time when we were growing up. In our house, they were called Polish pork chops. It says something when a dish successfully feeds a family of five and never gets complaints.

In fact, I tried to make my Mom’s version on the blog way back when. Follow this link if you want to see crappy pictures. Also, my Mom just informed me recently that I messed up the blog version because I used crushed tomatoes instead of canned diced tomatoes. Oops! Despite the first version being a little soupy, it was still good. Not my Mom’s version good, but good none the less. [Read more…]

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