An ode to Duke’s mayo: 3-ingredient fluffy biscuits

An ode to Duke’s mayo: 3-ingredient fluffy biscuits

(Image source: Southern Foodways Alliance) You know about Duke’s mayonnaise, right? It’s the smooth, creamy, flavorful mayo that Southerners have loved since Mrs. Eugenia Duke began sharing it with the world in 1917 from her home in Greenville, SC. (You haven’t really had a proper tomato sandwich unless you’ve had one with Duke’s.) 😀 I … Continue reading

The real deal apple-cinnamon oatmeal

The real deal apple-cinnamon oatmeal

Remember those chilly mornings when your mom would tear open a packet of instant oatmeal with apples and cinnamon flavoring, pour it into a bowl and add hot water? Or maybe she would stick it in the microwave? Okay, I will admit, I really did like that when I was little. It was sweet, and … Continue reading

Preserving and canning: Jalapeno jelly

Preserving and canning: Jalapeno jelly

Jalapeno jelly is a Texas staple, found on store shelves across the state. It’s fantastic served over cream cheese or brie, with crackers on the side. It’s also a lovely glaze for fish or chicken, or as a sandwich spread with turkey. If you’ve never reached for a jar, do yourself a favor and try … Continue reading