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Make This Classic Meal Today. Your Family Deserves It! Salisbury steak has been one of my favorite go-to meals for quite some time, now. I remember it always being served as a main dish during a church potluck or fundraiser supper.

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Sometimes, the firemen in my town will make a Salisbury steak supper and serve it with all sorts of yummy sides and desserts for a $10 donation. It is totally worth the money! I sometimes tip them a bit more just because the food is so good.

Do you prefer to make your Salisbury steak on the stove, oven, or in the slow cooker? Let me know in the comment section below. Enjoy!



2 pounds ground beef

1 package of Lipton’s French Onion Soup Mix

1/2 cup cracker crumbs

1 Eggland’s egg

2 (.75-ounces each) packets of brown gravy mix

1 cup Daisy sour cream

1 can mushroom stems (optional)

egg noodles, rice or mashed potatoes, as the side



Preheat oven to 350 F.

Combine ground beef, bread or cracker crumbs, egg and soup mix and make patties. Fry patties until they are browned on both sides.

Meanwhile; in a bowl mix together the dry gravy mix, water, as needed on the back of gravy instructions, and sour cream. Mix to combine. Spray a 9 x 13 pan with nonstick spray and lay cooked patties in the pan.

Cover the patties with the sour cream and gravy mixture. Bake at covered for 30 to 40 minutes, turning patties halfway through. Serve with egg noodles, rice or mashed potatoes.


Quick Tip: Serve these steaks with mashed potatoes and your favorite steamed veggie.



A couple of weeks ago, my 15-year-old daughter begged me to make a pone of cornbread. I did and she took it in her lunch until it was gone. The kids asked her what it was! I was going to make pinto beans to go with it, but someone had my slow cooker and I couldn’t cook them while we were gone. I have finally gotten to the point where I can put a little of this and that together to make a good pone of cornbread. And I’m under 40!!!

Corn pone is simply corn bread that doesn’t have eggs and is usually shaped as an oval. There are actually special cast iron pans that have compartments that are shaped like ears of corn.

Lol all yall are asking what a pone is when it clearly has been explained what it is, pay attention people!!!!

The pone of bread is the whole cake not cut. You can also make biscuits in a pone or individual biscuits. Some people cut them. Others just break the pone and get how much they want. Breaking bread together.

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