You know how crème brûlée is just amazing with that crunchy, sugary glass topping? Also, you know how a lemon tart is just perfect for spring with all that citrus zing? What if those two decided to join forces? Well, I kind of did that with this Bruleed Lemon Tart.
I’m about to share a quick-tip with you that will rock your bacon-lovin’ world – How to Cook Bacon in the Oven! Are you ready? Learning how to cook bacon in the oven is really an essential cooking tip that I just had to share with you.
You know how I’ve been all about spinach artichoke lately? From the obvious dip to spinach artichoke chicken and just about everything in between? Well, the other day I threw this spinach artichoke bread together for a really simple supper and I have to tell you – I’m not looking back! How could read more »
These happened this weekend. Cheddar biscuits. mmmmmm. Light, fluffy southern buttermilk biscuits filled with freshly grated cheddar cheese in every single bite. Mercy! My husband invited our friend Walt over for breakfast Saturday morning so they could catch up. Little Buddy and I already had plans to take Miss Annabelle to our vet, so it read more »
Oh yeah, baby. These chocolate mint brownies are the bomb diggity! Is that a real word? Nevermind. And oh my goodness are they ever simple to make! They are just right for when you have a hankering for a delicious chocolate and mint dessert. These chocolate mint brownies definitely fill that craving perfectly. read more »
Peanut butter recipes are some of my favorite. That’s been the case since I was a little girl and Daddy would always let me draw my initial with a knife in a fresh jar of Jif. I also have an affinity for a little diddy about peanut butter, too. Peaaaa-nut. Peaaaa-nut Butterrrr. Jelly. Peaaaa-nut. Peaaaa-nut read more »
An egg salad sandwich with bacon and avocado. Could there possibly be a better combination? I think not. I hate to tell you guys this, but this was my lunch and I loved it so much that I made them again for supper.
Roast beef is one of those meals that I turn to time and again. Like my favorite Dr. Pepper version or even that balsamic roast beef that my family loves so much! And one thing is pretty much certain, I’m not afraid to play around with the flavor combination that I use when I read more »
I’ve shared before about my husband’s intense love for strawberries. And a strawberry milkshake is the one treat that I can count on him to order whenever he has the opportunity. Like when we visit Parksdale Market in Florida each spring, or when we happen to eat at Johnny Rocket’s at the mall. Finally, a read more »
Okay, so this strawberry syrup is something that happens fairly often around my house. Once you make it and use it a couple of times, you’ll totally be as obsessed with making and having strawberry syrup in your refrigerator as I am. I feel certain. Simple as can be to make, a container of read more »
BBQ chicken legs bring back memories of my childhood for sure. They were the star attraction in one of my Granddaddy’s favorite meals. So, you know my Grandmother prepared them fairly often for him. And even more recently, I’ve learned that they are one of my husband’s favorites, too. I knew grilled chicken legs were read more »
Meals with my family are my favorite part of the day. Settling in around the table to learn about the happenings of each person’s day as we share a meal is truly a gift of love that I don’t take lightly. Let’s face it, life is just busy! It seems the older read more »
My husband loves chicken salad. I mean looooovvveeeessss chicken salad. From the poppy seed chicken salad that makes a regular appearance to a grilled chicken salad, he loves it all. And since I llllooooovvvveeee him, I make it for him as much as possible. But one of his favorite versions involves fruit and tons read more »
Eggs, eggs, eggs. We’re covered in them lately and I make every recipe I can think of to use them as much as possible. Like these tomato baked eggs. Oh my goodness, are they ever delicious. And easy, too! That’s a combination I sure love. Easy + delicious = a surefire winner in my read more »
Squash Casserole is a one of those recipes that you’ll find for nearly every holiday, reunion, or special occasion when my family gets together. To say that squash casserole is a staple family-favorite recipe would be a definite understatement, actually. I’m sure if you’ve been to a southern family reunion anytime in your read more »
Happy Valentine’s Day!!! I thought I’d share one of my favorite recipes from my childhood with you today! Homemade strawberry milk! Strawberry milk is perfect for Valentine’s Day, birthdays, Mother’s Day or just the random weekday morning you want to make something special for your kids! Err…. or yourself. With just a few ingredients, you’ll read more »
One of my family’s favorite cakes is my Grandmother’s Strawberry Cake that I’ve shared before. It really is a classic southern recipe. But, the other day I decided to make a fresh strawberry cake that was a bit more like a coffee cake type recipe. I used my Lemon Blueberry Cake as a base recipe read more »
Grilled cheese is one of my favorite go to sandwiches of all time. So easy. So comforting. And French Onion Soup is one of my favorite soups, too. So, the other night, I decided to have a little soup and sandwich combo of sorts. I knew if I was making the soup and having a read more »
What is it about Meatball Soup that just makes me feel better? A big bowl of it is like an instant pick me up on a rainy, yucky day when I have more laundry to do than I can shake a stick at. Full of big, hearty meatballs, my meatball soup sticks to read more »
My father taught me how to scramble eggs when I was a little girl and that lesson has stayed with me all these years. You see, when I was little, Mama was finishing Nursing School and spent many evenings and weekends working toward her degree. During that period, Daddy became the master chef in our read more »
Chocolate cupcakes. You probably saw this one coming, didn’t you? I can be rather transparent. Especially since I’ve been talking about the best chocolate cake ever so much and all. But, for this recipe, you have Claire to thank.
When the days are cooler, I start thinking of heartier meals for supper. The other night, I threw together this one pan chicken with thyme biscuits dish. Oh my gracious was it amazing. Even my pickiest little eater tried it without it throwing his nose completely out of joint. I’m thinking it had read more »
Lettuce wraps have been a favorite quick-fix menu item that my husband and I have loved for years, but I was definitely inspired to make them again after watching last week’s quickfire challenge using iceberg lettuce on Top Chef. Now, granted Sheldon’s lettuce wraps were definitely different from my own as he made read more »
My family is a bit obsessed with making chocolate fondue lately. I blame it on my friend, Amy. Back around Thanksgiving, she started talking about making fondue and planted the fondue making bug in my head. I let it go for a little while and then around Christmas she mentioned it again.