Spiced Molasses Cookies

Spiced Molasses Cookies

Spices come together with Molasses to make Spiced Molasses Cookies. These are seriously good. The Good thing about this recipe is that it makes a big batch. Make this up and bake a tray of cookies while you portion off the remaining cookie dough and ►Read more

Pumpkin Puree

Pumpkin Puree

Thick Caramelized Homemade Pumpkin Puree. Use it for a wide variety of Recipes including Pumpkin Pie, Pumpkin Carrot Cake, Muffins, Lattes etc… You get quite a bit from one pumpkin and the addition of Pumpkin Juice & Seeds too. The Puree can be portioned into ►Read more

JAH Poultry Soup

JAH Poultry Soup

JAH Poultry Soup is a phenomenal Soup/Stew and super easy too, especially with leftover Poultry. Although you can make this from scratch as well with Chicken or other Poultry. This recipe is designed to serve as a base to which additional ingredients can be added ►Read more

Old Fashioned Turkey Sandwich

Old Fashioned Turkey Sandwich

Old Fashioned Turkey Sandwich is just a classic and craveable all by itself. Sometimes nothing will do but this sandwich in all it’s simplicity. Just heated Turkey, Butter, Bread, Salt & Pepper. I felt it worth to post because I imagine I’m not alone in ►Read more

Scotch Eggs

Scotch Eggs

Classic Scotch Eggs and of course a JAH Twist on it with Breakfast Scotch Eggs made from Homemade Spam and Pickled Eggs. But you can do these soft or hard boiled too. It’s all up to you. Scotch Eggs Classic Scotch Eggs A Scotch egg ►Read more

Ham and Cheese Pasta Salad

Ham and Cheese Pasta Salad

Ham and Cheese Pasta Salad is a Simple Salad recipe that you can pretty much throw in anything. However the Ham and Cheese cubes is a must. It’s a Creamy Sweet Pasta Salad that pairs quite nicely with numerous dishes. This is a Perfect Side ►Read more

Salmon Spread

Salmon Spread

Salmon Spread is Smoked Dry Salmon mixed with Cream Cheese, Sour Cream and a few other ingredients. Spread on Crackers like Vegetable Thins, Ritz Crackers or spread on top of Bagels or Baked Salmon. Salmon Most often I use Smoked BBQ Salmon. This is absolutely ►Read more

Prime Rib Roast

Prime Rib Roast

Prime Rib Roast, the King of Cuts. I really don’t have these often at all because they are so pricey but recently scored some on sale for guess how much. 1.99 per lbs. This was a savings of 15.99 per lbs. Crazy right! I picked ►Read more

Colcannon

Colcannon

Colcannon (Irish: cál ceannann, meaning “white-headed cabbage”) is a traditional Irish dish of mashed potatoes with kale or cabbage. It is often eaten with boiled ham or Irish bacon. As a side dish it goes well with corned beef and cabbage. There are lots of ►Read more

French Bread

French Bread

Four Ingredient French Bread. Classically, bread in France is made from only four ingredients: Flour, Yeast, Salt and Water. The French Bread develops a crust on the outside from steaming the first 10 minutes of the cook. There is quite a bit that goes into ►Read more

Deviled Eggs

Deviled Eggs

Want to make a Deviled Eggs Platter? These Deviled Eggs are simple and with two key ingredients that make these Devilicious Good. An Eggcellent addition for the Holidays or just to have for breakfast at any time. There are just so many ways you can ►Read more

Potato Salad

Potato Salad

Potato Salad is quite a simple dish, or is it? The American version is simply Mayo, Onions, Celery, Mustard, Salt & Pepper, sometimes Sugar with other added ingredients varying, such as Pickles, Relish, Eggs etc. I started researching and realized a few key points as ►Read more

Bread Stuffing

Bread Stuffing

I absolutely love Bread Stuffing and must have it with my Turkey Dinner. I do make my own but for the price I usually just buy the Stove Top. If you are looking to make your own then this recipe is an excellent Stuffing Recipe. ►Read more

Tourtiere Pie

Tourtiere Pie

Tourtiere Pie is a very delicious French Canadian Meat Pie usually making its appearance on the Holidays. Made with Pork & Beef or Veal and Potatoes with Broth. Some use all 3 types of meats although most common now a days is Beef & Pork ►Read more

Braised Ham

Braised Ham

Braised Ham is Great for any time of the year but is typically found around the Holidays. While you can cook a Ham roast and then Glaze it at the final cooking stages or Coat in Glaze and cover the Ham with Tin Foil and ►Read more

Canned Ham Sandwich

Canned Ham Sandwich

Canned Ham Sandwich sometimes just hits the spot and can be prepared fairly quickly. There’s a couple of ways to make this as well. This is one of my sandwiches that I make when creating a Sandwich Platter. Along with Egg Salad and Chicken or ►Read more