Never say no to pie…even if you have to make it yourself. 😉 You can easily do that with my simple summer pie recipes!
Cookbook author Michael Pollan wrote in 2006, “never eat anything that your great-great-great grandmother wouldn’t recognize as food.” Read on for a pasta recipe that is easy, but still made from real food, unlike dehydrated boxed meals!
I love a fresh, cool salad in the summertime. I like to try new salad combinations, and I came up with one recently that I think is special enough to share with you. Check it out!
This easy-to-make fudge is so pretty that it just begs to be given away as gifts in pretty boxes, but it is incredibly delicious, too, which is the most important part!
On a rainy night, a warm one-pot pasta meal hits the spot. Our soup…it does, too! Here are some recipes for both, including a new recipe for winter vegetable-ricotta pasta!
A perfect soup for fall, full of Italian herbs and spices, tender cheese tortellini, vegetables, and flavorful chicken. Also, I have a new vintage treasure to share with you…a piece of Le Creuset cookware! Come check it all out!
There’s a lot to love about Southern food…not the least of which is this decadent Mississippi Mud Cake, which features moist chocolate cake, crisp pecans, and a gooey chocolate-marshmallow icing. Perfect for dessert after a family supper, or to take to a holiday gathering. Today, we are enjoying it during football games. It’s so good!
Dig out your cast iron skillet and let it impress you with its versatility! It adds a beautiful texture to these new, simple vegetable recipes. Plus, I have a new vintage find to share with you!
Biscuits + peaches + cinnamon + your mouth = happiness
Trust me on this.
Try this simple-to-create dish to bring the day to a comfortable close: Rustic chicken pot pie by Mama Steph