Archive for the ‘Main Dish’ Category

Vegetable Lasagna

CSA – Vegetable Lasagna

Here’s another recipe post that can be credited to our Rise ‘N Shine Organic Farm CSA share. The last few weeks we’ve been getting an abundance of zucchini and squash which is just fine with me! I’m having fun finding new recipes... Read more
Chicken Florentine Pasta Bake

Chicken Florentine Pasta Bake

I saw this recipe on Picky Palate’s blog and knew right away that I wanted to make it.  I’m loving spinach lately and the recipe seemed easy enough.  It was a hit with my husband and kids and the... Read more

Braised Beef Short Ribs with Tortelloni in a Marsala Cream Sauce

A few weeks ago we ate a delicious meal at Olive Garden. Andy ordered their Braised Beef and Tortellini dish. I usually stick with a seafood dish, but I have to admit, it was pretty delicious. The menu describes it... Read more

Baked Penne with Chicken, Broccoli and Mozzarella

This may just be the new favorite meal in the Hedrick household. Thank you, Rebecca, for passing it on to me! It’s most definitely as good as any chicken pasta dish you can get from a restaurant. Penne pasta with... Read more

Chicken Spinach Lasagna

I’ve made this Chicken Spinach lasagna twice now and have been sitting on the recipe for a couple months. Sorry about that! It’s not because it’s not delicious…it’s because I wasn’t happy (and still am not happy) with the... Read more

White Chicken Enchiladas

In Andy’s words, we had a “Tex Mex Extravaganza” for dinner last night. We had White Chicken Enchiladas, Cheesy Chicken Bacon & Avocado Quesadillas, Guacamole, and Spanish Rice. This isn’t the most appetizing picture of the enchiladas (recipe below), but it... Read more

Chicken Pot Pie

  Truthfully, I’ve always thought that I didn’t like chicken pot pie. I’m not sure where this sentiment came from, but it probably stems from the fact that my mom never made it (that I remember). Instead, I always picture frozen meals... Read more

Grinding Flour

Did you know you can grind your own flour? I guess this is something I should have known, but never thought beyond buying it from the grocery store. Andy actually bought a hand grain mill awhile back and we... Read more

Chicken Noodle Casserole

A few weeks ago Andy said, “You know what sounds good?” Of course I immediately thought he was talking about some kind of a dessert – maybe a coookies ‘n cream ice cream waffle cone or strawberry shortcake, but he then said, “Chicken... Read more

Chicken Spaghetti

To go along with the Red Velvet Cupcakes, we figured we needed to make a good dinner as well.  Ali had loaned me her book, Black Heels to Tractor Wheels, that she had signed by the Pioneer Woman herself.  I... Read more