Monday, September 15, 2008

Four Foods

It's time for Four Foods on Friday. Wanna play? Copy and paste and visit Fun, Crafts, and Recipes. Super easy.

#1. Share a recipe for something Italian.

Spaghetti Pie

1/3 cup parmesan cheese
2 eggs – well beat
1 cup cottage cheese
1 t oregano
6 oz Spaghetti
1 lb ground beef
1-8 oz Tomatoes cut up
½ cup chopped onion
1-6oz Tomato paste
½ t garlic salt
2 T butter
½ cup chopped green pepper
1 t sugar
1 cup mozzarella cheese

Cook spaghetti and drain. Stir in butter, parmesan cheese and eggs. Pour in 10" pie pan and form into crust. Spread cottage cheese over crust. Fix ground beef with onions and peppers. Drain; Stir in undrained tomatoes, paste, sugar, oregano and garlic salt. Heat it through. Spread meat mixture over cottage cheese. Bake at 350 degrees for 20 minutes. Sprinkle with mozzarella and bake 10 - 15minutes.

#2. Jam, jelly, preserves, marmalade, fruit butter or butter. What’s on your toast or bread?
I usually have preserves on my toast. Strawberry if it's available, apricot if I'm in the mood for it and grape when nothing else sounds better.

#3. What’s your favorite Kellogg’s product? (Since they’re multinational I’m hoping everyone can answer this one. If you don’t have Kellogg’s products, what’s your favorite cold breakfast cereal?)
I think Kellogg's Poptarts are pretty spiffy. A grab and go snack when you don't have time for anything else.

#4. Do you like liver? What about liverwurst?
Ewww. Eeeek... why would anyone want to eat an organ?


chili queen said...

That spaghetti pie sounds interesting. I'll have to try it sometime.
I have to agree with you on No. 4 but then again...

Ane;e said...

Pop Tarts are great. We rarely have them but when it's a travel day, they're a must!

Charla said...

What a fun sounding recipe. I've never heard of spaghetti pie.

Suzi said...

I think I've had spaghetti pie! A friend made dinner for my family when my kids were little and were being especially dastardly, causing me to have a bad day. How nice was that?! It was delicious!

Karen said...

I used to make spaghetti pie and had totally forgotten about it. I need to add that back into my cooking.

Sue said...

that spaghetti pie sounds good. I think my mother used to make something like that. I wonder if my kids would like that. Maybe I'll give it a try. Thanks for stopping by mine.

skeet said...

I haven't thought about speghetti pie in years and dont' have a recipe so I copied yours. Sounds wonderful, but I'll probably think abotu worm wads while making it, lol!