A lot of cookbooks aren’t really made for kids’ palates or picky eaters. If you’re a mom like me, with a family that has less than varied tastes, you have a repertoire of meals that are the same old, same old that you make all.the.time.
Food Family Style by Leigh Oliver Vickery, has a lot of recipes that will be crowd pleasers with all ages.
Every singe recipe I made, my family was happy with. I think a few of them were inhaled without really even chewing.
Okay I know that “technically” lasagna in itself means that the dish was made with lasagna noodles, but I like the sound of Tex-Mex Lasagna better than Taco Pie, and it’s my blog so I’m calling it that!
The original recipe came from Kraft Foods (disclosure that I’m an official Kraft Foods Blogger – I didn’t get anything to make this recipe though, just so you know).
With my having gone to Nebraska earlier in the week, the state which provides the U.S. with 84% of their beef, it’s only natural that we would have consumed a lot of beef while we were there!
At the end of my trip I also received the healthy beef cookbook put out by the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association and the American Dietetic Association. It has over 130 luscious lean beef recipes for every occasion.