How about some icy cold lemon pie while we talk about “The New South?”
Skillet suppers are popular because they’re easy and delicious! This one was inspired by my favorite lunchroom ladies.
There are some who prefer a front porch swing to a penthouse view. This is for you.
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!
Skillet suppers have everything I want in a weeknight meal – flavor, warmth, simplicity, and quality ingredients. This flavorful combination takes advantage of fall vegetables that have some of the prep already done, to speed things up even more! Come take a look…
If you are one of those people who can’t get enough pumpkin during the fall, you’re going to absolutely love this pumpkin pie dip! It’s so easy to make, too.
Biscuits + peaches + cinnamon + your mouth = happiness
Trust me on this.
Lewis Grizzard shared an absolute truth, as far as I’m concerned, when he said, “It’s difficult to think anything but pleasant thoughts when eating a homegrown tomato.” I can enjoy a store-bought tomato, of course. I find the grape tomatoes and cherry tomatoes, especially, are quite sweet and easy to use. But the larger, slicing… Continue reading Tomato ecstasy: Kicked-up panzanella
Cooking together and eating around our little oval maple dining table were some of the best times in our house when I was growing up; I’ve told you before about the luscious crab cakes my family made the day we netted blue crabs on St. Joe Beach, about my mom’s fabulous fried chicken, and about… Continue reading Dad’s linguine with Italian sausage