The At-Home Juicy Lucy Burger

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Hello, Friday…so nice to see you!

MN friends.  The Juicy Lucy.  Discuss…

Non-MN friends.  The Juicy Lucy.  Thoughts?  Have you been blessed enough to experience such amazingness?  If you aren’t familiar I’ll give you the lowdown.  It’s a burger thats filled with cheese on the inside.  And a burger thats been owned and treasured by the Twin Cities for as long as I can recall.  You’ve got legendary places like this that have absolutely hit the nail on the head with showing folks how a classic Juicy Lucy is done.  And then there’s spots like this that take the concept of the Juicy Lucy and run with it.  The stuffed cheese is accompanied by things like bacon, caramelized onions, pepperoni, sauces of all sorts, peppers…the list could go on. Continue reading

Curry Chicken Salad Lettuce Boats

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It’s {nearly} the weekend!  Hurrah!  And I couldn’t think of a better way to send you off than with a recipe that’s great for making on Sundays to gobble up throughout the week…Curry Chicken Salad Lettuce Boats.

I love having something like this in the fridge during the week for quick lunches and it’s such a nice switch from my staple Roasted Chicken Salad I love so much.  Having it prepared at the beginning of the week is such a life-saver come lunchtime for me.   Continue reading

Leftover Ham: 5 Simple, Delicious Weeknight-Worthy Meals

 

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I hope your Easter was a blessed one, friends.  We had such a lovely weekend…a ton of family time, endless fun for the kiddos and food galore.

Ham was on the menu over here and I know for many of you, as well.  So in an effort to simplify your meal plans for the week, lets find a way to use up that leftover ham in 5 Simple, Delicious Weeknight-Worthy Meals!  Continue reading

Slow Cooker Reuben Melts

 

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When I first moved up to Minneapolis I waited tables at this place.  There was a reuben on the menu that they were sort of known for at the time.  But it wasn’t like any other reuben I’d ever had.  The corned beef was braised.  So the results were not a slice of dry beef, but the most tender, pull-apart, juicy bliss.   It was basically like a love child between a pot roast and a corned beef brisket.

Fast forward about a bajillion years and here I was, just this past weekend, standing among a St Patricks Day haven at the local market:  a giant cooler full of corned beef briskets.  Score!  Totally trying this reuben thing at home.   Continue reading