Tips & Tricks Thursday — Easy Fall Cooking

Thursday, September 29, 2016

Hello my Lovlies.  For Cynthia's Tips and Tricks Thursday I am going post some tips & tricks for easy fall cooking.  I found all these easy recipes on

As the autumn chill sets in it is time to turn toward comfort food.  There is nothing more comforting than the smell of a roast cooking in the slow cooker when you come home from a busy day.  Plus, you can use the leftovers for meals later in the week. 

Here is the recipe and directions:

 Too Easy Tomatoes  

This is a great way to serve firm tomatoes especially in winter.  The tomatoes caramelize and become deliciously sweet.  This makes a wonderful side dish for any roast. 

Cut as many tomatoes as you need in half (I generally figure on one tomato per person).  Lightly oil a baking dish big enough to hold the tomatoes rather snugly.  Place cut side up.  Mix minced garlic (about one clove for every whole tomato) with a little salt, pepper and enough olive oil to make a liquid paste.  Add a bit of bread crumbs and parsley if desired. 

Spoon over cut side of the tomatoes. 

Bake at 375 degrees for about 40 minutes for round salad tomatoes.  The tomatoes will hold their shape, but be very soft.  Service with some of the juices.

Mason Jar Salads (3 Ways) 

Here are the recipes:

Well my Lovlies, I hope you try some of my tips & tricks for easy fall cooking. 

Your Turn:  Share some of your tips & tricks for easy fall cooking. 

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