This is one of my cheap go to desserts. While busy working, I had a taste for a good comfort food dessert, and being I had white rice, raisins, vanilla, nutmeg, cinnamon, and heavy cream, this was a no brainer. This is an adaptation of Paula Deen’s baked rice pudding that I love because of … Continue reading Baked Rice Pudding
So what to do with all that smoked chicken and pork shoulder from the Memorial holiday? Make Brunswick stew! This was my first hand at this and it turned out incredible. It is chock full of yukon gold potatoes, baby Lima beans, onions, San Marzano tomatoes, fresh niblet corn, and pounds of fresh pulled smoky … Continue reading Brunswick Stew
I’m not talking to you, I’m talking to this gorgeous Smoked Salmon and Dill Frittata I just pulled out the oven. My husband rises early for work before I am up for the day, so sometimes I try to prepare something the night before that he can enjoy for breakfast. No need to go through … Continue reading Hey gorgeous… Smoked Salmon and Dill Frittata
Say what?… If you are a southerner, you know we love our catfish. Whether fried or blackened, or piled up high on a poboy sandwich, I am all in. Don’t let “blackening” catfish intimidate you. All you need is a hot cast iron skillet, a little butter (in my case I prefer ghee as it … Continue reading Blackened Catfish
Wishing all the moms out there a fabulous day! This is your day to be showered with all the love you give each and every day. Children are a heritage, and I am so blessed to be called their “momma.” No cooking today, thanks to my husband. We opted for our annual Mother’s Day brunch … Continue reading Happy Mother’s Day!
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OK…you know how crazy I get when I stumble across a new good thing. Forget everything you heard about salt, and listen up. Salt has gotten a bad rap because of the touted health risks it can cause, namely high blood pressure, water retention, etc. But then there is Celtic sea… Continue reading “Food is Medicine!” Celtic sea salt
Dinner is served! Low carbing will be a priviledge tonight. Building a great low carb salad just starts with the basics of protein, leafy salad greens, and vegetables, but you can add the wow factor by maxing out flavor by grilling your tomatoes, putting a special spice rub on your meat, and adding in special … Continue reading Presto! Grilled garlic tomatoes and ribeye salad