Makes a quick, filling supper.
8 ounces of spaghetti cooked and drained
1 /2 cup parmesan cheese
1 egg, beaten
2 pounds of hamburger or sausage, browned and drained
26 ounces of spaghetti sauce
2 cups shredded mozzarella cheese
Toss cooked spaghetti, parmesan cheese, and egg together. Place in a greased 8 X 12 inch baking dish. Mix meat and spaghetti sauce and spread over spaghetti. Sprinkle shredded cheese on top. Bake for 30 minutes at 350 or until thoroughly heated.
I love Lovina's column. I had followed it all the time with her Mom and her, until our newspaper quite publishing it. It is great to see it back on the computer. Will it be a regular? Thanks, Audrey
Yes, I post the column each and every Monday, so you can read it first and fast here!:) Which newspaper did you read the column in?
I really enjoyed reading this on line. I always read it in the Sunday paper. You do a great job and I love reading about Lovina and how she and her children. Kevin you do a great job.
Thanks, Susan, and welcome to Amish Cook online...I should be able to guess where you live because very few papers publish the column on Sundays...in fact the only one I am aware of is Tiffin, Ohio..is that were you are?
We get it in the Muncie, IN paper on Sundays also...
Sarah, welcome, glad to see you here!
it's great that the girls like so sew! lots of young folks
don't. I don't know if it's taught in high school anymore.
I am back to sewing from a 15 year break. I work on 2 different sewing machines. one is a older Singer from the early
70's. the other is a much newer computerize model.
I hope you all have an enjoyable week!
May God bless!
Kevin, Thanks for the Amish cook column again. I read it in our local paper the news tribune till they discontinued it . Have tried many of the recipes so am glad it is back.
Thanks for coming here Jo, we really, really, really, really miss our N-T readers!:(
So glad to get these emails - I don't get the column in our local newspaper, and I look forward to reading it every week!! Thanks, as always it was wonderful!
Welcome to amishcookonline, Sarah! Where in the USA (or world, we have readers all over:) are you?
I agree, it seems impossible that Susan is old enought go to the young people's gatherings. It seems like she and Elizabeth we just little girls......
Welcome, Mary...I know..ugh..I once rocked Elizabeth to sleep...now she's an adult...and Susan is not far behind her!
I was reading the column for years in the Traverse City Record Eagle (northern MI), and then we moved to NJ. I am so glad that it's on line so that I can continue reading it. I have always enjoyed reading about Elizabeth's and now Lovina's life. You do a great job.
Thanks, Denice. Welcome to the site! The Amish Cook had appeared in one New Jersey paper (in Newton) for a number of years, but then they dropped it...so glad you can find us here!
I like your new referbished website. I am a ex-Tacoma Tribune reader, that is where I first saw the Amish Cook. ( Lovina) and looked so foward to it on Sundays after church. I guess it was just too clean. Well they lost me after several yrs. with them. I also have enjoyed watching their children grow. I admire the amish, They have encouraged me to take a look at my own lifestyle, how I can simplify it. Keep up the good work.
Carolyn - So glad you stopped by, we really, really miss our N-T readers!:( - Kevin
Thank you for being on-line. We to read about Elizabeth and her sisters and brothers; tried many of the recipes and were very upset when the News Tribune in Tacoma, WA decided to drop. Lovina's article was a lot of the time the best in the whole paper.
Thanks, Phyllis...so glad you are found us online, Lovina and I miss our N-T readers!!
I live in Muncie Indiana and we have it in our Sunday paper. I have been reading Amish cook for so long now I cant remember not reading it.I am glad its online now I enjoy the new website it is wonderful. Thank You
Sugar Maple Gal
I am so glad I came across your web site. As I said, when I retired I did not have access to the Somerset Daily American to read the column. I'm so glad I found you on line. I'm a fan from way back. Thanks again!!!
I have read all the books-several times. I, too feel as though I have grown through the years "knowing" Eliabeth's and now Lovina's families. It never has been in any papers around this area that I've ever found, so I was extremely happy to find your website, Kevin.
Thank you for the kind words, Rhonda! Where are you located?
The beautiful state of Iowa.
I'm so happy to find you online! The Amish Cook column was unfortunately not published in our local paper, so I just bought all the cookbooks instead! They are beautifully done and my favorite cookbooks by far. Some nights I just pull them out to read and feel the sense of peace I get when I look at them. I will be a regular follower from now on. Thank you for continuing to give us the opportunity to hear about what's going on in Lovina and her family's life.
Betsy, welcome!! Thank you so much for coming and reading the Amish Cook and enjoying the cookbooks....I'll check out your blog:) - Kevin
GREAT - We found you again thru a cousin in Oklahoma. We had your articles in the TomcaNewspaper, Tacoma, Wa. They stopped it when Elizabeth turned 16th. So glad to follow the family. We visited some of your friends in Iowa, Okla and Indiana in 2011. Thany you. This is just Great. tks again. don & phyllis.
Welcome to amishcookonline! We miss our Tacoma readers!:(
Hi I always liked the column in the Commercial-news in danville il and then subscribed to the gazette and they did not have one so i wrote them how we enjoyed it so they started it really enjoyed. I have read so many series and recommended to the book club in Florida so they used the amish books to read last month everyone seemed to enjoy them thank you/ Iris
Iris, thank you so much for the kind words and reading The Amish Cook! Welcome to this site!
I do so enjoy Lovina's writings on her life! And her recipes are wonderful! Tell her "thank you" for so generously sharing her life with all of us.
Thank you, Nan, I will pass that along! We couldn't do this without the readers!