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Recipes That We Love

I decided to share a couple of recipes that we are really into here in my little world.


I so something similar to this in one of my cook books and it sounded sooo good! It was! Surprising, the kids even like it..so try it out!



6 steaks (lower quality, less fatty works best)

1 green pepper, seeded and chunked

1 head of garlic, peeled and minced

2 (14.5 oz) cans of stewed tomatoes

Salt and pepper to taste

Preheat oven to 350*.

Place steaks in an oven-proof pan (single layer).

Season with a bit of salt and pepper.

Cover with the pepper, garlic, and stewed tomatoes.

Cover with tin foil and bake for 2 hours.




These sandwiches are great to use up that leftover meat you have lingering in your fridge. You can even freeze these for later use. I’ve done some pizza ones, spaghetti ones, sloppy joe meat is good, chunked ham with Swiss is excellent,…use your imagination! The good thing is, they aren’t messy while you are eating them!


12-pk of frozen roll dough (yeasty kind)

Some leftover meat

Some sort of cheese (shredded or sliced)


{sorry no pic…they got gone before I got my camera out}


Thaw out your roll dough balls till pliable.

Preheat oven to 350*.

Spread one dough ball out till thin (but don’t break it)

Put some of your meat on the flat dough (leave some space on the side to close it)

Put on some cheese.

Flatten out another dough ball.

Cover the meat, cheese, and the other dough with the new flat dough.

Press sides down with a fork and turn them under.

Poke top with a small hole to let out steam.

Place on the cookie sheet to bake for about 15 minutes….or until golden brown.

Rub with butter and let cool.



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