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Lazanki with Mushrooms and Beef

A Family Feast readers are sometimes very vocal – especially in the comment section of a few of our Polish family recipes. I don’t mind at all – I love the passion of our fellow foodies! One particular reader inspired today’s recipe for Lazanki with Mushrooms and Beef. A while back I received a comment […]

Hamburger Soup

This Hamburger Soup recipe was originally posted here on January 31, 2013 as part of our Beef Soup Series. We recently made this delicious soup again and decided to update this post with new photos.  Enjoy! Whenever I see Hamburger Soup on the menu, it always makes me smile. This family-friendly soup appeals to both […]

Filipino Picadillo

When my husband Jack and I decided to start sharing recipes here on A Family Feast (nearly four years ago!), so much of the inspiration behind our recipes came from our families. There really is nothing like an old family recipe – with its familiar tastes and smells – to bring someone back in time. […]

One Pot Tex-Mex Pasta

We developed this One Pot Tex-Mex Pasta recipe as part of our ongoing Ambassadorship with Peapod.  All opinions are 100% mine. Our nine-year-old started 4th grade this week – I can’t believe how quickly the summer flew by! It will still take a few weeks for our daughter’s after school activities to ramp up, but […]

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! […]

Deconstructed Stuffed Peppers

We’ve been enjoying an Indian Summer here in New England – with some warm and beautiful sunny days.  And thanks to that – our garden is still going strong with green peppers and herbs, plus a few last straggler tomatoes!  So tons of peppers from the garden usually means it’s time to make one of […]

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 […]

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 […]

Martha’s Meatloaf

Like most couples, my husband and I have different ways of doing things and that extends to how we prepare certain dishes.  Meatloaf is one of those dishes – every family has their own version and there are so many variations – some served with gravy (which is how Jack had it growing up), others […]