Artichoke – Appliance Wars

Artichokes! A delicious and nutritious vegetable! In this HOW TO MAKE ARTICHOKES, Nonna shows you how to make then in both an instant pot (multi cooker) and a pot on the stove top. Both are equally delicious, but one method is much faster than the other!Nonna also demonstrates how to eat them – leaves and the heart. Everyone from Nonna Snowden Cooks hopes you enjoy one of our family favorite recipes!

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Spaghetti & Meatballs

This sauce was passed down from Nonna’s Great Grandmother “Mama Tess,” who immigrated from Sciliy in 1903. In fact, several limbs of the family tree and Nonna’s children, also, make this sauce. Both among the family branches and within the 5th generation, there are very few recipe adaptations (and those aren’t worth mentioning!!!). Mama Tess’ living and cooking relatives, especially Nonna, hope you enjoy this as much as the family does!

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Gumbo Daddy’s Sausage & Red Gravy

Gumbo Daddy Seasoning provided the basis for today’s recipe. Nonna cooked Gumbo Daddy’s sausage & red gravy and poured it over a delicious frittata! Check out this saucy breakfast, you won’t regret it!

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Air Fryer – Breakfast Quiche

Nonna Snowden debuts, both, her first breakfast and her first time using an air fryer. She choose an easy breakfast quiche. This recipe is keto friendly and easily converted to a vegetarian dish. Nonna hope’s you enjoy this recipe and come back to see how the Air Fryer (C3PO) compares with Instant Pot (R2D2).

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Side Dishes….

Nonna presents the Beef Wellington Side dishes. These sides are simple, delicious, and go well with any main course meat dish. There is no written recipe all you need are the veggies of your choice, butter (Nonna likes goat butter) or vegetable oil, and your favorite blend of herb and spices. We hope you enjoy the video!

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Beef Wellington

Nonna makes a MEAN beef wellington. This dish is not quick, but neither is it as complicated as you might think. Nonna has at least one short cut (uses pre-made (frozen) pastry) that saves a lot of time. As always you are encouraged to use your favorite meat seasonings and spices to salt this delicious piece of meat to your and your family’s taste! The side dishes Nonna made with this dish will be published next Wednesday! 

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Stuffed Cabbage

Nonna Snowden made her Aunt Annette’s delicious stuffed cabbage recipe. The recipe originated in Hungary and has a new and tasty spice mixed in with some of Nonna’s tried and true favorites! Nonna turned this dish into a blend mixing a pinch of Aunt Annette’s Hungarian cooking, a smidge of Nonna’s Italian cooking, and ” ’bout dat much” good ol’ fashion cajun zing! Not only will the kids loves this dish, but it is easily turned into a low carb dinner!

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Mozzarella, Romano Cheese, Wooden SpoonsMutti Puree, Goat Butter, Spaghetti Pot, Classic Food Chopper.