I have been overwhelmed lately to say the least with the state that our house is in and just life in general. The kitchen is unpacked for the most part…the pantry is still a mess. So, I still haven’t really cooked all that much but I’m looking forward to getting into a new rhythm in
I’ve been so obsessed with sharing football food that I totally overlooked Halloween eats. We have been super busy around here and my mind has been elsewhere. I even missed out on starting a 12 weeks of Christmas treats series. Super disappointing since it was so fun last year. But no worries, I will be bringing
I realized I haven’t made anything from my amazing Classic Southern Desserts Cookbook in quite a long time so when I needed to whip up something for a recent get together, I grabbed it out and scoured the pages for something simple and delicious. The first recipe I made from this cookbook was Lemon Bars and
When I saw this recipe over at one of my favorite blogs, Gimme Some Oven, I knew they were something I needed to try. I’ve been seeing all kinds of ways to fancy up the humble rice crispy treat in the food blog world lately and the perfect opportunity arose for me to join in. Some friends
I just bought the most amazing dessert cookbook, Classic Southern Desserts by Southern Living and I am loving pretty much every recipe in it. I am a true Southern girl at heart although we only lived in the South for about 5 years. Because I am digging this cookbook so much, I decided to start my
Let me start off by saying I do not like butterscotch….until I had these butterscotch bars. When my husband requested these I was somewhat glad because it would be easy for me to resist them. Unfortunately, that was not the case. Maybe it was the cream cheese filling or the crumbly topping but I am hooked.