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Breakfast Casserole with Ham and Bacon

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If you like planning ahead then you will love this Croatian breakfast casserole. Traditionally served on Easter Sunday, this dish combines leftover or fresh bread, ham, and bacon. They are mixed with eggs and baked to a golden perfection. Best of all, it can be prepared the night before thus being perfect for taking the stress out of a holiday morning.…

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Spicy Italian Slab Pie

Spicy Italian Slab Pie | All that's Jas

Ready for a new Italian dish that is not made with pasta? This simple spicy Italian slab pie fits the bill. Easy to make, it is packed with favorite Italian ingredients that your whole family will swoon. …

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Filipino Breakfast Torta

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A hearty omelet to start your day, this Filipino breakfast torta is easy to make and a great solution for a quick meal any time of the day. Best of all, you can make it your own by adding your favorite vegetables.…

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Easy Cheesy Mushroom Pork Chops Recipe

Easy cheesy mushroom pork chops recipe | All that's Jas

Need a quick and easy, delicious dinner for midweek or weekend date meal? This easy cheesy mushroom pork chops recipe is made quickly and with only a handful of fresh ingredients. The perfect solution for a weeknight dinner your whole family will love.…

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Easy Classic Wiener Schnitzel

Easy classic Wiener schnitzel | All that's Jas

Craving a home-cooked meal with the same fancy taste you get at restaurants? This classic Wiener Schnitzel meets those requirements but without the high price tag. Better yet, it comes together quickly for a delicious, authentic Austrian meal your whole family will adore. …

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Pan-Seared Pork Chops with Dijon Mustard Sauce

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Pan-Seared Pork Chops with Dijon Mustard Sauce I got a big surprise when I opened the package of what the label claimed was chicken. My heart was set on Italian chicken with artichoke sauce for dinner. I had peeled potatoes to make the best mashed potatoes and had all my ingredients out. What I found in the package was the other white meat. Instead of chicken, we had impromptu pork chops with mustard sauce. Although it turned out delicious, I…

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Bacon Bread Dumplings

When I get tired of potatoes, rice, and pasta but still want carbs, I throw some bread into the rotation. As in these bacon bread dumplings, because everything is better with bacon. If you don’t belong to the masses of bacon lovers (ahem, daughter) you can leave it out. They are good even without the bacon. Originating from Austrian, German, and Czech cuisine, dumplings spread throughout the Europe with variations. They can be made of ground liver (yuck), semolina (to…

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Kassler Chops with Remoulade

kassler chops with remoulade

Are you looking forward to Oktoberfest as much as I am? I am really not a beer drinker and never was, but I do love an occasional beer. And there’s no better beer than European. I don’t even need a glass. If you are celebrating Oktoberfest at home I just have the perfect recipe to serve with your beer. Smoked pork chops – kassler with homemade remoulade sauce is a must! Kassler Chops with Remoulade Kassler (German cuisine) is a…

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Swiss Fondue Potatoes

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I swear my pantry knows magic. Every so often it makes ingredients I have just bought disappear. Luckily, I’ve got some tricks up my sleeve too and can make a meal out of pretty much nothing. Give me a spoonful of flour and pot of water and I’ll make you a tasty soup beyond your beliefs. Can you imagine what I can do with an onion and a potato? Please…melt some cheese over it and call it a day. No,…

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Bacon & Greens Frittata

Bacon & Greens Frittata and how blogging is slowly killing me

  Bacon & Greens Frittata (and how blogging is slowly killing me) I know you’re excited about this bacon and greens frittata recipe but what you really want to know is why I think blogging is toxic. Well, let me tell you: Dear loyal reader, if you are a food blogger yourself you already know. For those of you who have never tried blogging perhaps I can shed some light on what it takes to create a post.   Create…

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Pork Medallions with Bacon and Macadamia

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  I’m an insanely visual person and you have to be really careful what you say in front of me. I’m wired differently, just ask my husband. I’m ashamed to tell you what went through my head when I described this pork medallions with bacon and macadamia recipe to my friend and she said: “oh, pork on pork!” Watch your mouth, young lady! 🙂 I got this recipe from a German Koch & Back Ideen magazine, 2009 edition. I’ve been…

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No Stir Bosnian Pot aka Bosanski Lonac

No Stir Bosnian Pot, Bosanski lonac, cabbage, stew - All that's Jas

    I don’t know the origin of this dish’s name – Bosnian Pot, but I assume it was hard to name the dish that is made of everything but the kitchen sink. Even though, cabbage is available throughout a year Bosnians associate this traditional dish with Spring, or maybe it’s just me. On cool and rainy Spring days, like we are having right now, there’s nothing more comforting and satisfying than a bowl of Bosnian Pot. There is also…

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Meatballs Stroganoff

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  Meatballs Stroganoff You really don’t realize how much time you have until you don’t have the time. Yes, you read that right. I always complain about lack of time. No time to start (or finish) my projects, no time for spring cleaning the house, no time to continue writing, not enough time for photography, barely time to blog, no time to give all my social media the attention it requires, etc. Then my husband injures his back and for…

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Cauliflower-Topped Pork Chops

Cauliflower-Topped Pork Chops - All that's Jas

  Cauliflower-Topped Pork Chops These pork chops topped with cauliflower was the first dish I made for my new American friends Laurie and John back in 1998 shortly after we immigrated to the States. I didn’t speak any English, but we managed to understand each other and have fun. Food connects people in that way. I will always be grateful for their friendship.   They helped me adjust to my new life here and I know that was not always…

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The Best Spaghetti Carbonara

The Best Spaghetti Carbonara Yet another day of indulgence and waving my diet plan goodbye. It is hard to chew on salad greens when outside temperature keeps dropping below zero. I do have a really good salad recipe that I will share with you in the near future. Store it for warm days ahead. They are coming, right? You might be wondering what makes this spaghetti carbonara recipe the best. I’d like to say the bacon…the bacon makes it the…

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English Bangers & Mash

  English Bangers & Mash I am re-posting this recipe for English Bangers and Mash to give it the attention it deserves and to update the atrocious photo I was so proud of back in the day (see below). I thought that by adding color with basil (listed as an ingredient) and taking the picture from a different angle I followed all food photography rules. Yikes! Well, I have to confess there are still many other old recipes that need a…

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