Toss out the boxed mixes, this Classic Yellow Cake is all you need to create the perfect cupcakes or birthday cake!
Archives for January 2015
The other day I headed to check the mail in my post office box. I normally check it about once a week but it had been closer to a week and a half or more since I had had the chance to get over there. It’s just been that kind of January – you know…
Classic homemade blondies are a simple treat to make…what is hard is keeping them from disappearing!
The other day my dear friend, C.A. and I went on a day trip to Florence, Alabama. We arrived in the late morning and our first stop of course, was for coffee at the nearby Rivertown Coffee Company. Rivertown is a quaint little coffee shop where you can get some delicious coffee and food. C.A….
Ham and Potato Gratin is a cheesy dish that is served up from your crockpot. As a kid, I grew up eating scalloped potatoes and ham. This is a similar dish, but the cheese gives it just a bit more flavor!
I recently had the wonderful opportunity to host a tequila & cheese tasting at my home. It was a delightful time of friends, great food and wonderful flavors. I know what you might be thinking. “Tequila & Cheese?”
Today I am sharing with you a new cookbook called Sharing Morocco: Exotic Flavors from My Kitchen to Yours –by Ruth Barnes.
Pizza Stew is a fun supper to make, taking the flavors of a pizza and making them into a quick & easy stew.
Casseroles are the epitome of comfort food and what better way to end a great meal, than with dessert casserole. Butterscotch Bread Pudding is creamy and delicious with a hint of bourbon caramel and a sprinkling of pecans.
Sometimes you just want something simple and effortless for supper and egg drop soup fits that order perfectly with warm broth filled with swirls of delicate egg.