What do you think of when you think Georgia? Why, Georgia peaches of course! This beautiful pound cake is laced with chunks of fresh peach, is mildly sweet with just a drizzle of glaze over the top. You will love it!
It’s been a while since I posted a recipe for my 50 States tour, so I thought it was about time I did one! Next on the list was Delaware. Delaware was a serious challenge to come up with a recipe for. I did some searching and found an old recipe called “Delaware Chicken Salad.”…
Today I am featuring Connecticut in my “Cooking 50 States” Tour. Connecticut is known as “The Nutmeg State” so I thought this would be the perfect nod to this little New England state.
This week I am featuring Colorado in my #Cooking50States tour. Of course the first thing that comes to mind when I think of Colorado and food, is the Denver Omelet!
Oh boy, oh boy! When I mentioned that the next state I was going to do was California, almost every comment I received with suggestions, included two things: Wine and Avocados. So in light of that, I thought I would share this delicious homemade guacamole recipe with you!
The other day I mentioned to my husband that this week I would be featuring Arkansas for my #Cooking50States tour. When I did, his eyes lit up and he said, “Arkansas!? Stuttgart, Arkansas is the duck and rice capital of the world! Hunters dream of hunting ducks there!” Well, I am not a fan of…
This week, we are taking a look at Arizona! And in honor of our 48th state, I am sharing this simple and flavorful side dish – Arizona Baked Corn.
Just a little trivia that I thought I would share with you. Alaska is 663,267 square miles. That is 2.469 times the size of Texas. That is 4.058 times the size of California. Image Source
So begins our first in a series. Each week, I will be sharing a recipe as I take a virtual tour around the country, highlighting recipes and treats and tidbits from the featured state.
I’m about to start a series of recipes! I’ll be working my way around the country, cooking dishes that represent each state! With each post, I’ll also share interesting facts about the state being featured. Beginning with Alabama – I am told that Peanuts accurately depict our alphabetically first state in the food department. Do…
On the last evening in Hawaii, I enjoyed this wonderful and traditional dish – Kalua Pig. It is eaten with cabbage, pineapple and rice as you see on the plate.