The Food Dish
Are you stumped at what to feed the missionaries? We asked readers on our Facebook page, and the verdict is in. Find out what they want to eat. So if you're looking for something non-casserole-related to feed them, we've got you covered!
You may think they want a hearty meal to fill them up, so pot roast or lasagna should do the trick, right? Wrong. Turns out missionaries get a lot of pot roast and way too much of anything that comes in a casserole dish--especially in the United States. Try these creative dinners that you and the missionaries are sure to love.
1. Breakfast for dinner. Breakfast burritos, sausage, bacon, pancakes, puffed French toast, hash browns—the works! (This was by far the most beloved alternative dinner!)
May 28th is National Hamburger Day in America! Celebrate with this award-winning recipe from the makers of Our Best Bites!
If you're thinking of doing a brunch for your mom this weekend, she'll love this recipe for puffed French toast. This is literally the best French toast we've ever eaten!
Mother’s Day and Father’s Day are the perfect excuse to celebrate your mother, father, or spouse. Are you at a loss for what to give as a gift? Don’t worry! Sometimes some hard work and thoughtful service are the most meaningful gifts. This year, why not try some breakfast or brunch in bed? Try this recipe for puffed French toast from Deseret Book’s Our Best Bites.
Do you have an amazing recipe for funeral potatoes? Maybe even a more important question is this: do you put cornflakes on top?
We recently did a blog about this yummy Mormon favorite, and it went viral! No doubt about it: we Mormons love our funeral potatoes. And now’s your chance to prove that your funeral potatoes are the best!
If you’re home is anything like mine, it’s currently buried in hard-boiled eggs and ham. If you’re at a loss as to what to do with it all, don’t worry. We’ve found the most unique and delicious ways to use up those Easter leftovers.
Chopped Cobb Salad from SheKnows.com
Ham & Veggie Crustless Quiche from Healthy Aperture