Tuesday, April 12, 2011

I Confess.............Im a CHEATER

When i first started my blog , i didnt really plan on "recipe posts", but really, i think if i dont do this posting i wunt have been true to the spirit of the reasons i blog anyway.  I feel compeled to share with u my "Working Mom/no granite countertops Required" spaghetti. My BFF Pattie over at The Shabby Chick , is always making homemade everything. She's Italian, and might have me "whacked" for making spaghetti like this, LOL......so i apologize in advance to Pattie. That being said, start with quality ingredients, simmer everything(except the noodles, lol) in one pan.  Drain the meat, add sauce and tomatoes and 2 tlb spoons(or 3) of sugar, just remember ur not baking a cake, lol.......Plate it and top with, as my little son used to call it "sprinkle cheese".............Trust me, make it, and they will come..........Have a wonderful nite everyone!












I told u they would come................LOL, u werent expecting Lady and The Tramp, were ya?

Linking to.....  Coastal Charm's Nifty Thrifty Tuesday, DIY by Design's Swing into Spring", and Savvy Southern Style's, Wow us Wednesday, see u at the partys!

17 comments:

~Tablescapes By Diane~ said...

Hi lovely lady. You know just how to get to me with your food food looks so good ~~~I will be right over sweet lady. Thanks so much for your lovely comments on my new Tablescapes on my Blog. my Le Chefs plates would look good with this ~~I hope you are having a Graet Evening with your lovely family. love you
and keep cooking sweet lady.
xxoo
Diane

The Quintessential Magpie said...

I wish I was close enough to come, too! lol

I love that kitty face in the window. So cute!

Looks like a good meal, cheating or not.

XO,

Sheila :-)

gnee @ Singing With Birds said...

You nailed it down! Your pasta with "sprinkle cheese," is easy and delicious looking. Thanks for your visit. Your blog is delightful.

⚜ ↁℯℬℬᴵℰ⚜ said...

Nothing wrong with this recipe! Yum..my boys would love it,how easy to. Thanks for sharing Bonnie.

Sarah @ Modern Country Style said...

Oh my goodness. My mouth is watering nineteen to the dozen! Yum! This looks delicious. I think I'd have to be prowling rund your windows too!!!

Sarahx

margo2 said...

I love spaghetti and yours looks ever so yummy!!

Linda (Nina's Nest) said...

Great recipe! Oh, I really enjoyed the mini tour on the previous post - charming home! Love it! Linda

Diane Writes said...

I felt hungry after seeing your pictures! I want pasta NOW! :)

linda said...

looks yummy and easy thanks for posting this for a quick and easy din din:)

Tess Maxey said...

Same way I make it Bonnie!!! I even add a few frozen meatballs from the grocery store! Now and then my Mother In Law with bless us with some of her homemade spaghetti sauce to use (feels like canned, because I didn't have to make it). Your pictures made me hungry too. Love the kitty peering in and you probably will figure out a way to make that colander look beautiful as a lamp shade. Thanks for making me smile this morning!! Still loving your music choices!

Kim said...

Hi Bonnie!!! I'm so excited that you stopped by my blog and decided to follow along. I'm gonna do the same. You have a delightful blog and I absolutely LOVE your style. Can't wait to see your bedroom all finished. Thanks so much for the compliments on mine - it means a lot!
xoxo,
Kim

Tynk said...

Oh my gosh!! Lookie at your cute lill peeker in the window! haha!! That picture should be framed.

Simply Me said...

Thats ok, I'm always a Cheater ..lol You must visit Posh On Palm....The linens are to die for !! i think they are bella note, or something like that. I could not afford them , but so beautiful Where do you live? I am 30 east Orlando,fl in the country part

Jo said...

Yum!...looks delish,can't wait to see the future lamp shade.
~JO
LazyonLoblolly

House Revivals said...

Looks delicious! I love "no granite countertops required" recipes :)
~Amanda

Melissa and Scott said...

Bonnie, thanks for stopping by and commenting on my "new to me" sideboard. (I was going to try and e-mail you but I couldn't figure it out since I don't use Outlook.)

Anywho, to answer your question, the sideboard only set me back $50.00! I was SO excited!!

~Melissa

lvroftiques said...

What....is there another way to make spaghetti? That's the only one I use lol! *winks* Vanna