Grampa’s Firehouse Chicken

My father-in-law – Grampa to all of us in the family – worked as a firefighter in Brockton, Massachusetts for most of his career. During that time, each firefighter took turns cooking dinner for the rest of the guys working the shift at the firehouse. Grampa developed this recipe (named Firehouse Chicken by our family) […] The post Grampa’s Firehouse Chicken appeared first on A Family Feast ....more

Thai Vegetable Dip

I made this Thai Vegetable Dip using SPLENDA® Sweeteners as part of a sponsored post for SocialStars #SplendaSweeties #SweetSwaps Eeek! I just looked at the calendar – and shorts and t-shirt season is just around the corner! It’s been a long, cold winter here in New England (and still – a chilly spring!) and I’ve […] The post Thai Vegetable Dip appeared first on A Family Feast ....more

No-Churn Cinnamon Ice Cream

After we made (and photographed) yesterday’s recipe for Mexican Bread Pudding – I got to thinking…Our No-Churn Cinnamon Ice Cream would be a perfect complement to serve alongside that fantastic bread pudding! No-Churn ice creams – like today’s cinnamon version – are super easy to make and they come out creamy and delicious and you […] The post No-Churn Cinnamon Ice Cream appeared first on A Family Feast ....more

Mexican Bread Pudding

We’re finishing up the week with a perfect dessert for your Cinco de Mayo celebration – Mexican Bread Pudding! This simple-to-make recipe has incredible flavor and it’s so good, we’ll be making it year round at our house! This Mexican Bread Pudding is different from most in that it is not a custard based bread […] The post Mexican Bread Pudding appeared first on A Family Feast ....more

Spicy Cauliflower Au Gratin

We’re continuing our Cinco de Mayo menu inspiration today with this delicious Spicy Cauliflower Au Gratin! It’s the perfect vegetable side dish to serve alongside any main course dishes like our Mexican Pulled Chicken or our Carnitas! (Actually, this Spicy Cauliflower Au Gratin is so good – no need to wait till Cinco de Mayo…You […] The post Spicy Cauliflower Au Gratin appeared first on A Family Feast ....more

Pulled Chicken Chilaquiles

A few weeks ago, my husband Jack and I were watching one of the food channels on TV and the featured chef was making a dish called chilaquiles. Living in New England, this was not a dish that either of us has seen served at any of our local Mexican restaurants, and until we watched […] The post Pulled Chicken Chilaquiles appeared first on A Family Feast ....more

Southwestern Breakfast Muffins

If you’ve been a regular reader here at A Family Feast, then you already know about what my husband Jack likes to call “A.I.” – recipes made with Available Ingredients in our kitchen! So with a package of breakfast sausages, some potatoes, cheese and a bunch of other ‘available ingredients’ in our refrigerator and cabinets […] The post Southwestern Breakfast Muffins appeared first on A Family Feast ....more

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Lamb, Tomato and Barley Soup

Earlier this week, we shared a few recipes for using up leftover ham from your Easter dinner! And for those of you who are serving a traditional lamb for Easter dinner, today’s fantastic Lamb, Tomato and Barley Soup is a wonderful way to enjoy another delicious meal using those leftovers! This Lamb, Tomato and Barley […] The post Lamb, Tomato and Barley Soup appeared first on A Family Feast ....more

Caramelized Pineapple Topping

As a follow-up to yesterday’s Classic Cheesecake recipe, today we’re sharing a recipe for a fantastic Caramelized Pineapple Topping that is a perfect accompaniment to cheesecake and other desserts. This caramelized pineapple topping was inspired by simply wanting to make a dessert that goes well with the ham dinner we’re making for Easter! We originally […] The post Caramelized Pineapple Topping appeared first on A Family Feast ....more