My husband and I enjoy eating out a lot, and do it quite often. Unfortunately, we don't have a Romano's Macaroni Grill restaurant in Alaska, but when we visited our daughter in Louisiana for Christmas, we were introduced to Romano's.
This pizza comes in several varieties - Ultimate, Thin Crispy Crust, Cheese Stuffed, Garlic Bread Pizza, Half & Half, Harvest Wheat Crust, Harvest Wheat Thin Crispy Crust, Microwave Rising Crust and Microwave Thin Crust. The different varieties come in assorted flavors too: four cheese, four meat, supreme, pepperoni, sausage stew, spinach & mushroom, chicken supreme, and pepperoni, mushroom & bacon. We have tried most of them, and most are quite good. The only ones we don't really like are the spinach and chicken varieties. The spinach produces moisture while cooking - and we'd reallu prefer meat to chicken.
It is also important to get the meat cold before you put it in the grinder (it helps it move through the grinder better). Cut the pork up into 1 to 2 inch cubes sausage casserole calories then place them in the freezer for about 30 minutes. Set up the grinder with the coarse die.
Needless to say no dinner is finished without dessert. Don't be concerned, there are many slow cooker slow cooker sausage bacon casserole recipes for desserts. You will definitely have to save space for treats like Bananas Foster, Pumpkin-Cranberry Custard or especially for Homestyle Apple Brown Betty. You are going to discover delicious treats that can help finish off just about any meal.
I admit, I am not a morning person, combine that with a house full of people to get out the door (two of them being preschoolers) and the need to avoid rush hour traffic and long drop off lines at the school and a morning routine or schedule is not only helpful, but essential. Of course as my children grew up my oldest is these routines change but there are few tips I slow cooker sausage casserole can share for preventing morning madness.
You can use pre-cut stew meat. I prefer to cut up a pot-roast myself because the meat is leaner and I think the taste is better (and I wait till it goes on sale). Often I cut everything up the night before and am always happy I did, as I literally toss it in the pot, and just add the liquids.
Fill a bowl with cold water and add the spinach. Remove it and drain the bowl. Repeat once more, then dry the spinach leaves with a clean kitchen towel. Remove the stems from the spinach and chop the leaves. Add them to the crockpot. Cover and cook for two and a half hours on high or until all the liquid is absorbed and the rice is tender. Stir in the cheese and serve the risotto.