Easy, Authentic Lemon Chicken Piccata

This easy, authentic recipe for Lemon Chicken Piccata will have you wondering why you haven't tried it sooner! It's a light and bright-tasting dish perfect for a summer luncheon or dinner. Easy, Authentic Lemon Chicken Piccata 2 large boneless, skinless chicken breasts (sliced to medallions about ½" thick)salt and pepper (to taste)½ cup all-purpose flour3 … Continue reading Easy, Authentic Lemon Chicken Piccata

Easy Salisbury Steak Recipe

Juicy, tender and full of flavor, here's my easy Salisbury Steak recipe - a classic comfort food. Never mind the frozen dinner variety! This recipe makes quarter-pound Salisbury Steaks that will please any appetite. Easy Salisbury Steak Recipe This recipe will make 8 quarter-pound juicy, tender and chock-full-of-flavor steaks The Steaks⅛ cup milk2 tsp Better … Continue reading Easy Salisbury Steak Recipe

Easy Corn Casserole Topped with Cheddar and Bacon

Topped with shredded cheddar and crumbled bacon this easy corn casserole is simple to make and just yummy! There are so many variations you can make to it. Try mixing the cheddar and/or into the casserole. Toss in some chopped and sauteed jalapeno peppers for some added zip. Your tastebuds are the limit! This easy … Continue reading Easy Corn Casserole Topped with Cheddar and Bacon

What Happened to John Flanagan? – A Descendant’s Discoveries

My quest to resolve the mysteries surrounding my 3x great-grandfather. John Flanagan was born between 1790 and 1799 (based on the 1840 census) in VA (probably Albemarle County, since his parents, James Winwright Flanagan and Phoebe Simpson, were residing there throughout most of the decade).  He married Ann M Saunders on 22 Jun 1820 in … Continue reading What Happened to John Flanagan? – A Descendant’s Discoveries