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!
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!
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!
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!
Cook time: 10 minutes Servings: 2-3 INGREDIENTS 7oz boiled crawfish or shrimp 3 cups cooked fettuccine noodles 1 cup of water that the noodles were boiled in 3 tbsp butter ½ tsp garlic 1 tbsp season-all At least 3oz shredded Parmesan cheese Jar of Alfredo sauce INSTRUCTIONS 1. Melt the butter in a pan 2….
Time: 4-6 hrs Makes about 10 servings INGREDIENTS thick-bottomed pot, that holds at least 6 qts (the thick pot is important; otherwise, it will be very easy to burn the food) 10 oz seasoning blend 2 tbsp vegetable oil to coat the bottom of your pot Season-all of your choice; Tony Chachere’s Creole Seasoning is…