This 10-minute meal, shrimp and grits, is almost faster to make than waiting in line for fast food! And I am certain that you will find it healthier and better tasting!
Holiday seasons are meant to be fun, but usually, we get caught up with a lot of important stuff to do: gift - shopping, sprucing up the house Christmas-style, choosing and decorating the tree, and yes, baking cookies. It's time to take a deep breath and cut down on the workload. This Christmas season, instead … Continue reading How to Host a Cookie Exchange Party
We're halfway through the holidays. Thanksgiving is a week or two behind us and Christmas is just three weeks away from today. In the south, 'tis the season for all things sweet potatoes. This is an easy recipe to make--peanut crusted sweet potatoes.
Thanksgiving is only a few days away, and it's time to share my secret recipe for Peanut Pie. It's rich, decadent. In the South, we have a saying when something's this good: "Slap Yo Mama!". This pie is so rich, so decadent, and so satisfying it makes me want to cry when I take a bite.
As my garden progresses, I'm always trying to use up herbs; Spaetzle made with garden fresh herbs is a fantastic recipe. It's a quick, easy side dish that gives you home-cooked noodles in just minutes. Re-think spaetzle...it's not just a heavy winter dish. The herbs give it a light, bright flavor.
Grilled ham and mozzarella macaroni and cheese is an easy dish to cook ahead and take when you're invited to a cookout or family reunion. It's easy to make and oozes with creamy, cheesy goodness. Better yet, it only takes roughly 30 minutes to prepare.
Cast your vote, the poll is open. What DIY topics do you want to read more of in May? MAY IS SO BUSY FOR HOME & GARDEN ENTHUSIASTS! I'm busy planning out my May articles. Yes. Contrary to popular opinion, bloggers do plan. We write content around holidays and special occasions. Between my full-time job … Continue reading Cast Your Vote The Poll Is Open…What DIY Topics Do You Want To Read More of in May
Easy Homemade Dinner Rolls are exactly as the name suggests. These are simple and unpretentious dinner rolls. Using quick-rise yeast, you can have these piping hot and on your table in around an hour. No bread machine is needed, but you can run this on the "mix only cycle" if you do have one. I … Continue reading Easy Homemade Dinner Rolls
Sloppy Doe aka Venison Sloppy Joe is a favorite in my household. We love to use deer meat in this flavorful recipe.
Fragrant sweet basil infused vinegar adds a burst of flavor to salads or greens.