Sweet Potato Casserole: a customary staple at many Southern US tables during the holidays. With two optional toppings, you can’t go wrong!
Cornbread dressing: a Thanksgiving staple at my Aunt Ruth’s house every year growing up. Even if you don’t know what it is, give it a try. You will be happy to share this side dish! Cornbread and lots of meat-you can’t go wrong!
Today, I decided to do something different and review a recipe. I chose one from AllRecipes, and although I did not find it shareably delicious, if you like cooked cabbage, this might be the recipe for you!
This pecan pie is SO easy and quick to make, and is honestly the best pecan pie I’ve ever had: a thick custard filling with a mouthful of pecans in every bite. Thanks for the recipe, Grandma Tut!
Easy instructions on how to quickly dice and then sautee an onion.
We created these bacon, egg, and cheese biscuits because we love breakfast for any meal. These grilled biscuits are satisfying and easy to whip up. Overnight guests are always pleased, too!
These lemon bars are probably the most tart, lemon-flavored treat you’ll find. Using more lemons than most recipes achieves the flavor we’ve been hoping for! A thick, sweet base perfectly complements the extra tart taste.
Here is a homemade, hearty spaghetti. There are a lot of spaghetti recipes out there, but this one is infused with flavor. A go-to recipe for my family!
Does making fried chicken yourself intimidate you? Don’t worry! I’ll show you step-by-step instructions for homemade fried chicken, with a light, crispy coating and juicy inside.
Found my KitchenAid mixer book yesterday and decided to try this nutty cheeseball appetizer just in time for Super Bowl parties.