Many years ago, (let’s not talk about just how long ago it was) I sat down with an old cookbook that someone let me borrow. I loved the vintage images and illustrations, the classic cooking. And hidden here and there through the cookbook, was blocks of tips.
Let’s talk about spices. How to store them, how long they last, and more.
My Cajun Taters & Sausage recipe is slammed full of not only flavor, but it is hearty and satisfying as well.
Let’s take some time this week to declutter and organize our kitchen library.
Filled with tons of flavor and a bit of heat, this Zippy Kielbasa & Rice will warm and fill you up on a cold, winter day.
In this episode there was a little cooking, a gorgeous sunset and I got my haircut. Then my friend Christy Jordan gave me a lesson in how to properly eat a petit four like a southern woman.
Last week week we started in the kitchen with our first weekly goal of 2017. We’ll be focusing on the kitchen for a few weeks, decluttering and tidying one bite at a time.
Tex-Mex Black Bean Chowder has just a little zip and a whole lot of flavor. The best part, is that this chowder is quick to make, so you can have it any night of the week!
One of my goals for 2017 has been to do a series of Homemaker Helps focusing on decluttering. I don’t know about you, but it seems like clutter has a way of multiplying at night and exploding every day – all over the house. So rather than get overwhelmed by everything that needs to be done, I decided to create weekly challenges. Some will be big challenges, others not so much.