Coney Island is famous for many things, it’s unique style of hot dog chili chief among them. You haven’t lived until you’ve savored a classic all beef frankfurter topped with this meaty Coney Island style hot dog chili. Get your fix without ever leaving home, and without any extra effort thanks to your trusty slow cooker.
Grandma’s sloppy joes from scratch are the ultimate in ultra cozy sandwich comfort. They’re manly, meaty, and plenty filling, but they’re also bathed in a slightly sweet, savory sauce that’s irresistible. This classic is just like Grandma used to make it, and from start to finish is ready in just 20 minutes.
You can’t go wrong with bringing a side dish to any Summer Southern gathering, Grandma’s simple Southern potato salad chief among them. With a simple creamy dressing, this potato side dish is the Summer staple destined to grace all the tables at your gatherings.
Not all pies were destined for dessert, and not all pies have a traditional crust. Grandma’s ham & Swiss pie was made for the supper table. Featuring a savory ham, onion, & Swiss cheese filling- it’s a forkful of Heaven in every bite. Great thing it’s easy too, you might need to make more than one!
Dad’s award winning secret ingredient chili is a hearty chili full of big flavors and a couple unexpected secret ingredients. This one pot chili takes only 15 minutes of active prep time before simmering away on the stove top to create a satisfying bowl of coziness.
Nothing was better growing up than cheesy Italian American comfort food straight from Nonna’s kitchen. Keep those memories alive with a big batch of Nonna’s Italian Spaghetti & Broccoli- a quick & easy, one dish, vegetarian pasta dinner. Keep it simple, and keep making memories around meals with your own family with this humble recipe.