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A component of a traditional Southern New Year’s Day menu.
I can’t make Ham Salad without thinking of my son-in-law. He’d love nothing better than to dive headfirst into the bowl.
The brine gives chicken a “knock-your-socks-off flavor. It’s a good thing you don’t need socks to eat chicken.
A simple recipe everyone who eats chicken needs to perfect. Fancy enough for company, simple enough for Tuesday night suppers, grand enough for Sunday Dinner.
Fall off the bone tender. Sometimes you just can’t cook outside but there’s no need to sacrifice great tasting ribs.
Been using this method for almost 40 years. Wouldn’t think of cooking our Thanksgiving turkey any other way.
Ground beef AND sausage plus fresh chopped onions and sweet peppers in a BBQ-y sauce.
I’m plum tickled with how well this turned out.
It takes longer to say this name of this recipe than it does to put it together. It’s an outstanding appetizer.
I love this recipe so much I could almost dive head first into the pot.
Once you try my recipe, you’ll throw away all the other sweet potato casserole recipes.
A Thanksgiving must have. Granny taught me right.
Fresh sage, sweet onion, garlic, and black pepper create a flavorful biscuits that’s great with poultry and pork. Bonus: your kitchen smells likes Thanksgiving
Cooked in a cast iron skillet. An iconic food of Southern US cuisine.
Master the art of perfect biscuit making.
A variation of a recipe I learned to make in Girl Scouts.
Better than you can find in any restaurant.
Rustic cornbread containing unleavened cornmeal, hot water, and salt fried in a cast iron skillet. Watch our Facebook Live presentation.
Made with a century old recipe and an ingredient that is central to some of my best childhood memories.
A Southern delicacy. Easy to make if you follow my step-by-step instructions.
Check out the post to learn the reason the red and white stripes of peppermint are special to me. This simple, simple, very simple recipe makes an elegant and delicious gift.
The real deal here. This pie is a syrupy type, not custardy. My husband’s favorite.
I’ve been making this cake for about 40 years.
Granny’s recipe. A one bowl recipe that makes its own crust.
Only 4 ingredients plus a pie shell.
You’ll want to drizzle this on everything. I’m bordering on an obsession with this dressing.
Sweet potatoes. Apples. Spices. Slow-Cooker. Done.
Easy to make and oh so delicious.