Down South everything has pork in it. Even cupcakes are topped with bacon. So what’s better than real nachos, you ask? BBQ style nachos filled with pork (and a few other things to make you drool). We were running out of snacky (yes, I say snacky quite a bit) ideas to make during the first […]Read more "Southern Style Nachos"
So it turns out that Halloween has become a money guzzling holiday like all the rest – but I still love it. I describe Halloween as the “most wonderful time of the year” if that’s an correlation of my feelings toward the holiday. That being said, we were getting last minute candy yesterday […]Read more "Happy (day after) Halloween"
I think that baking something for someone is the best way to say “congratulations,” “I care,” or just a “happy Sunday night!” There is something about a homemade treat that says you care enough to take the time and make something for them, but it also something that’s pretty easy to find a place for. […]Read more "A Surprise Inside "
There are two types of people out there; people that love cookies & brownies and people that love brownies & cookies. Some people may prefer one over the other, but I think it’s impossible to not love both. That being said, I was inspired the other day by a Toll House box at the grocery store that merged the […]Read more "Cookie Meets Brownie & Falls in Love "
There are no amount of words to explain to you how delicious (and easy) these little bites-of-all-things-holy are. With only three major ingredients you have the perfect, portable dessert or snack for any occasion – but the best part is, you don’t need an occasion to enjoy them! They’ll last about a week in a […]Read more "PB & Oreo Brownie Bites "
No one ever told me just how difficult it is to make jam from scratch. I guess that’s because I never asked. But let me forewarn you that this is one of the most difficult recipes I’ve ever made. The biscuits were a cinch! But without canning equipment or a stock pot, the process you […]Read more "Tennessee Biscuits & Jam"
I am a huge pesto fan. I studied abroad in Italy for three months and ate pesto at least once a day (if not for lunch and dinner). Normally, when I make this recipe, I make it like a traditional italian pasta salad with balsamic vinegar and oil, but as I walked through the grocery store […]Read more "Pesto Pasta Salad"