Perioperative Nurses Week 2021: Comfort Foods for Perioperative Nurses
Adell's Apple Pie
Tara's Mediocre Green Salsa
Renee's Beer Bread
Renee's Tuna Marinade
Renee's Roasted Chicken, Potatoes, and Poblano Peppers
Renee's Chicken Enchiladas
Kathryn's Fresh Cucumber Slices
Kathryn's Cranberry Salad
Kathyrn's Bubble Bread
Kathryn's Blackberry Cobbler
Kathryn's Baked Potato Soup
Adell's Homemade Pie Crust
Tara's Peanut Butter Cups
Tara's Slow Cooker Vegan Chili
Ginger's Sopapilla Cheesecake Bars
Ally's Chocolate Chip Banana Bread
Joni's Slow Cooker Enchilada Pie
Stephanie's Slow Cooker Macaroni and Cheese
Grandma Buck's Chocolate Gravy
Adell's Apple PieThis recipe comes from my grandmother. I still use her wooden rolling pin to make the crust. I hope you enjoy it as much as my family has enjoyed it for generations. During the holidays, it's a comfort to have a slice with a cup of coffee before starting my day in the operating room.
Tara's Mediocre Green SalsaI'll make a big batch of this and take it to work with a big bag of chips. I can munch on it, on the go, between surgical cases!
Renee's Roasted Chicken, Potatoes, and Poblano PeppersA little sweet, a little spicy. Sounds like every circulator I've ever met.
Renee's Chicken EnchiladasMakes great leftovers to pack for your 30 minute (no more, no less) lunch the next day!
Kathryn's Cranberry SaladBouncy salad! To put the pep back in your step after running for light handle covers all day.
Kathryn's Blackberry CobblerCobbler, plain and simple. Slather mine in ice cream and whipped cream and serve it with some thick black coffee.
Kathryn's Baked Potato SoupPotato soup screams comfort food. Think Fall weather and laughing with your best work friends.
Adell's Homemade Pie CrustMy mom's been using this pie recipe for years. She doesn't really *use* measurements, but I find that these measurements work for me. If it's too soft, add more flour. If it's too dry, add more shortening.
Tara's Peanut Butter CupsYou can dress these up any way you want. Sprinkles? Do it. Toffee? Do it. Crushed candy canes? Yes, please do it. We make these any chance we get. Put these in an airtight container and share them with your friends in the break room.
Tara's Slow Cooker Vegan ChiliThis won first place in our surgery department annual chili cook off. I don't think a single one of them is vegan. This chili makes an excellent chili pie.
Ginger's Sopapilla Cheesecake BarsThis recipe comes from our AORN chapter treasurer. Which is fitting, because this recipe is treasure! Thank you, Ginger!
Ally's Chocolate Chip Banana BreadIf you leave a pan of this in the break room in the morning, you'll have lots of help turning over your room between cases.
Stephanie's Slow Cooker Macaroni and CheeseIt's thick and delicious mac n' cheese. The definition of comfort food.
Grandma Buck's Chocolate Gravy"This was our Saturday supper. Eat with biscuits, eggs, and bacon" - Bernice Buck
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For Perioperative Nurses Week 2021, the Austin Area Chapter of the Association of periOperative Registered Nurses (AORN) wanted to gift its members with some of their favorite comfort food recipes. These recipes were submitted by members, their family, and their friends. We do hope you enjoy them. We appreciate you and recognize the exceptional care that you provide to surgical patients each and every day.