Potatoes

Baked potatoes and consequently loaded potatoes (twice baked), I find are best done with russets. This is how I have always had them, but your experience may tell you otherwise. Mashed and sliced potatoes go to red and yukon gold. These are best boiled from what I have had, they mash so easily and cleanly…

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Hamburger Gravy

Simple and tasty modification to standard gravy. Goes well with mashed potatoes. This is quite delicious, but I think it serves a better purpose when it is the main dish, as opposed to a side dish. While I prefer powdered mashed potatoes, due to their ease and taste, this addition does better when paired with…

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Trail Mix

Below I will be listing several ingredients that you can add to make your own trail mix, tailored to you. Some of them will be keto and some will not. The ones that are not can still be included for the most part, as long as you keep the ratio to a minimum. Ratio in…

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Quesadillas

Quesadillas are hard to get wrong. They can be simple with just tortillas and cheese, or you can stuff them with all sorts of goodies. When I make quesadillas, I like to use lots of ingredients: Tortillas, cheese, chicken, caramelized onion, roasted garlic, and BBQ sauce. They can also be topped with salsa, pesto, or…

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Wraps

Wraps are amazing. They can take many tastes and combine them simply with little time, effort, and ingredients. I usually make wraps with cream cheese, cheese, lunch meat, avocado, and sriracha on a tortilla. My favorite meats and cheeses to add are: bacon, steak, sliced chicken breast, sliced turkey, honey ham, and roast beef; medium…

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Stuffed Potato Casserole

Simple and tasty potato casserole recipe. This is a recipe that I got from my aunt many years ago, and it quickly became one of my favorites. It goes exceptionally well with kalbi steak and bourbon chicken. The flavors and textures combine even better than regular mashed potatoes and steak. Originally the recipe calls for…

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Refried Beans

Simple way to make restaurant quality refried beans. These taste really close to restaurant style refried beans, which I have loved since childhood. I leave the beans soaking in the crockpot, limiting the amount of dishes and clutter used. The original recipe uses evaporated milk instead of the cream cheese and whipping cream, which works…

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