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Italian-Style Meatballs

Here’s a great, classic recipe for Italian-Style Meatballs that my husband Jack has really perfected over the years. In fact, we originally shared this recipe here on A Family Feast back in January 2013 – and in addition to updating the photos, Jack made some additional tweaks to the recipe before sharing it again today! […]

Caramelized Onion Dip

Our recipe for Caramelized Onion Dip turns this classic snack into something truly memorable! Ever since I was a kid, one of my favorite snacks has always been potato chips with onion dip. Back then, we’d simply mix an envelope of dry onion soup mix into a container of sour cream – and OK – […]

Green Bean Casserole

Over the Thanksgiving holiday, Jack and I were brainstorming some recipe ideas – wanting to make sure that we share the recipes that you (our wonderful readers!) are looking for here on A Family Feast! I noticed that a number of visitors to our site searched for Green Bean Casserole – the classic side dish […]

Hummus with Caramelized Cauliflower and Onions

I’ve always been a huge fan of hummus – the delicious, creamy dip made from chickpeas, tahini, garlic, lemon and seasonings. But I have to admit (for the most part) I’ve always been a bit of a purist – simply eating my hummus (perhaps with a drizzle of olive oil over the top) only with […]

Onion Rings

One of the best things about being a food blogger is that we get to eat the food that we prepare to share here on A Family Feast! So I was extremely happy when my husband Jack said that he wanted to share this classic Onion Rings recipe with all of you today! I’m always […]

Sweet and Sour Balsamic Glazed Onions

As much as I love summertime grilled meats, sometimes a side dish – like these Sweet and Sour Balsamic Glazed Onions – really steal the show! This simple dish is inspired by a recipe that my husband Jack and I brought back from our culinary honeymoon in Italy.  You start by removing the peel from […]

Mujadarra

I’m always thrilled to discover easy recipes made with ingredients that we always have on hand in our kitchen – and once combined – it tastes absolutely delicious! Such is the case with today’s recipe called Mujadarra. Mujadarra is a classic dish made from lentils and brown rice that have been smothered in caramelized, seasoned […]

French Onion Soup

Today, my husband Jack is back – sharing the inspiration behind this fantastic French Onion Soup! Here he is: Hi all, this is Jack. I don’t typically write the story behind the recipes here on A Family Feast, but today I wanted to be the one to share – in my own words – what […]

Creamed Vidalia Onions in Pastry

Today’s recipe for Creamed Vidalia Onions in Pastry is our delicious submission to the “V” Culinary Challenge sponsored by The Vidalia® Onion Committee!  As you probably already guessed, “V” is for Vidalia – and Vidalia’s are one of our favorite types of onions to use when creating recipes! Our recipe for creamed Vidalia onions in […]

Seared Beef with Cipolline Onions and Horseradish Dumplings

The month of June is by far, the busiest month of the year for us!  Over the last week we hosted our annual kid’s party and I volunteered at “fun day” at school.  This week, we have a bridging ceremony for Daisy Girl Scouts, dance recital rehearsal and the last day of school (yay!), and […]

Steak au Poivre with Crispy Shallots

Looking for some menu inspiration for a special Valentine’s dinner? If so – then we’ve got the perfect, delicious recipe for you today…Steak au Poivre with Crispy Shallots! Steak au Poivre (or peppercorn steak) is a traditional French dish of steak that has been coated with cracked peppercorns, then seared in a hot skillet so […]

Steak Tips with Caramelized Onions

At our house, we eat chicken or fish probably 99% of the time – but lately we’ve been on a bit of a steak and potatoes kick!  Sometimes, the craving strikes for a juicy burger or steak – and these Steak Tips with Caramelized Onions are a delicious way to satisfy any red meat craving! […]

Broccoli Rabe

My husband Jack and I love our green vegetables, and fall is the perfect time of year to look for fresh Broccoli Rabe at the market! Broccoli rabe is available year round, but peak season for this vegetable (here in the United States) is Fall to Spring. Broccoli rabe (or rapini) is a popular Italian […]

Slow Cooker Pulled Buffalo Chicken

A few weeks ago, over on our Facebook page, I asked our followers to tell us what kind of recipes they would like to see here on A Family Feast.  Jack and I were planning out some of our recipes for the coming weeks – and we wanted to make sure that we were sharing […]

Cheeseburger Pie

Ever since becoming a food blogger, I’ve become increasingly aware of the proliferation of national ‘food holidays!’  On almost every day of the year, at least one food is ‘honored’ and many of my fellow food bloggers love to share recipes that correspond to that day’s honorary food group!  It’s all meant to be in […]

Italian Sausage Sub with Toasted Fennel Aioli

Oh yum…I think you’re going to love this recipe! And don’t be mistaken by appearances – this may look like your average Italian sausage sub with mushrooms, peppers and onions.  But it’s so much more!  Our version of an Italian sausage sub is all about layering flavors – and that makes this a truly memorable […]

Tomato Jam

This Tomato Jam is a recipe we’ve been waiting anxiously to make (and share) for months!  My husband Jack first made this terrific jam last summer when we had more tomatoes from our garden than we knew what to do with.  We happily canned quite a few jars of this luscious and savory tomato jam […]

Marinated Mushrooms

This recipe for Marinated Mushrooms is one that my husband Jack developed many years ago.  At the time, Jack was managing food service for a private club in Boston that catered to politicians, military leaders and celebrities.  Typically – for those high-profile guests – the menu was hand-picked for each visiting dignitary, and special staff […]

Sweet and Sour Shrimp Stir-Fry

Even as food bloggers, my husband Jack and I really do try to find some balance in our diet!  We often share recipes that are delicious but very decadent, and definitely not geared toward any of our readers who might be on a diet.  So I’m actually very happy anytime we feature recipes like this […]

Sesame Chicken Skewers with Sriracha-Soy Dipping Sauce

Our grill has been working overtime this summer, and these Sesame Chicken Skewers with Srirachi-Soy Dipping Sauce are a light and healthy option for a delicious summertime meal.   These skewers are great to prepare ahead of time, and they take just minutes to grill after a day at work or the beach! What really makes […]

Sloppy Joes

When my husband Jack told me that he wanted to make Sloppy Joes to feature here on A Family Feast – it made me smile!  Jack and I both remember having Sloppy Joes as kids growing up – and even today, it’s still a delicious kid-friendly meal! A Sloppy Joe sandwich is a classic American […]

Bacon and Blue Cheese Stuffed Burgers

As food bloggers, it probably won’t surprise you to learn that, on evenings when Jack and I are relaxing and we turn on the television – more often than not, we’re watching either the Food Network or the Cooking Channel.  The other night, we were watching a show that featured a restaurant famous for its […]

Seafood Salad

A few weekends ago, one of our neighbors had a barbeque at their house and – never wanting to arrive at a party empty-handed – Jack and I offered to bring a salad for the meal.  We brought this delicious Seafood Salad – and it was one of the first dishes to get eaten! This […]

Sweet and Sour Glazed Pork Tenderloin

Our Sweet and Sour Glazed Pork Tenderloin is quick and easy to prepare for a weeknight family dinner – but it’s also a delicious and elegant menu option for a special dinner or occasion! This recipe for sweet and sour glazed pork tenderloin is reminiscent of the recipe I remember having as a kid growing […]

Seasoned Hamburgers with Caramelized Onions

Our Seasoned Hamburgers with Caramelized Onions is another recipe that my husband and I debated whether or not to post here on A Family Feast.  Similar to our Caesar Salad with Grilled Caesar Chicken – this is another recipe that is so simple, it can hardly be called a recipe! But whenever we serve these […]

Country Baked Chicken

Today’s recipe for Country Baked Chicken is pure, old-fashioned comfort food straight from the oven!  I’d gladly eat this terrific baked chicken for dinner every day of the week – it’s so delicious! Our country baked chicken starts with a spice rub blend of thyme, sage, paprika, garlic and a touch of cayenne, then baked […]

Marinated Grilled Chicken

This weekend we had an impromptu family gathering with some of Jack’s side of the family, and this Marinated Grilled Chicken was part our delicious lunch! This marinated grilled chicken has been one of my long-standing favorite ways to prepare boneless, skinless chicken, and I’ve been asked for this recipe so many times over the […]

New England Clam Chowder

Living in coastal New England, having a good recipe for New England Clam Chowder as part of your recipe collection is an absolute must.  And – if your recipe is an award-winning recipe like this one – even better! Years ago, my husband Jack was part of a team that took first place at the […]

Braised Beef Over Egg Noodles

Today we’re sharing a recipe that has been part of my husband Jack’s recipe collection for many years – a delicious and tender Braised Beef Over Egg Noodles. During Jack’s food service career, this braised beef over egg noodles was on the menu quite often and it is a recipe that he’s really perfected over […]

Spinach and Cheddar Quiche

Whenever family or friends spend the night at our house, and we need a delicious breakfast to serve our guests the next morning, this delicious Spinach and Cheddar Quiche is often on the menu! This spinach and cheddar quiche is the perfect blend of eggs, light cream, spinach, sautéed onion and sharp cheddar cheese, and […]

Steak Bomb Sandwich

Sometimes, my husband Jack goes a little over the top when he’s cooking.  And in the case of this Steak Bomb Sandwich – that’s a very, very good thing! This recipe combines tender shaved steak, melted provolone cheese, caramelized onions, mushrooms sautéed in bourbon, and our roasted garlic aioli into one amazingly good steak bomb […]

Asian Chicken Stock

If you are a regular reader of A Family Feast, you already know that delicious soups are on the menu at our house quite a bit! Today we’re sharing our recipe for a delicious Asian Chicken Stock. This Asian chicken stock is a variation of our basic chicken stock recipe. It is flavorful with hints […]

Slow Cooker Chicken Tikka Masala

My husband is a very adventurous eater.  Jack loves many kinds of foods – from typical American fare, to sushi, to the spicier-the-better Korean and Mexican foods.  He’s even been known to try foods that not very many people would try (namely, sea urchin – but that’s a story for another day…).  But there are […]

Marinara Sauce

Boston’s historic North End neighborhood has a long-standing heritage, and it is famous for being the home of patriot Paul Revere and other colonial-era American landmarks.  But the North End is also sometimes referred to as Boston’s Little Italy, and it is equally famous for its Italian heritage!  The neighborhood is home to numerous restaurants […]

Jack’s Meatloaf With Gravy

Here’s another variation on that classic comfort food: meatloaf.  This time we’re sharing Jack’s Meatloaf with Gravy prepared how he remembers it being served when he was growing up.   Our earlier meatloaf recipe turned out to be very popular among our readers so, not to be outdone, here is my husband’s version.  (As I mentioned here, we sometimes […]