Carrots may be for Easter, but this delicious Glazed Carrot Cake soaked in a buttermilk rum sauce and topped with a classic buttercream icing is definitely fit for any occasion. An occasion as sweet as Mother’s Day or any special day. I’ll tell you where […]
We Cajuns like our rice and gravy the way our Momma’s serve it. With a dark gravy, really dark, over a pile of white rice is what I mean. And if every grain of rice is covered, then she’s really good at it!
We’re putting a new spin on the classic Copper Pennies Salad awakening it to new life by introducing some jalapeno flavor. You’ll be wondering where it’s been all your holiday and pot-luck eating life.
Making Quiche is easy! It may sound like a fancy dish, but all it takes are a few essential custard ingredients poured over your favorite fillings then topped with cheese before baking. You can have a delicious meal in no time using foods already stocked […]
I’m sharing my secrets to this Easy Lasagna Recipe that will have you passing up the frozen food section next time you crave this classic Italian dish. It’s made with jarred spaghetti sauce and oven-ready noodles to help get it on your table with ease […]
Your house will smell like a bakery when making this easy no-knead bread. It has that old-fashioned homemade taste like my MaMaw’s, but with less mess and less time spent in the kitchen. Baking bread is a joy after discovering this no-knead way!
I’m happy to introduce to you this delightful corn salad. It’s made with whole kernel corn, tomatoes, green onions, and feta cheese tossed with a lightly sweetened apple cider vinaigrette balanced with a bite of red pepper flakes. Oh, and also the healthful benefits that […]
Savory Monkey Bread, like its sweet namesake, is a luscious treat so easy to prepare. A buttery pull-apart bread baked in a small bundt pan with either a sauteed bacon and onion or black olive, mushroom, and pepper filling tossed with chunks of flaky canned […]
A steamy bowl of Shrimp and Corn Soup is the perfect antidote for bone-chilling, wet winter days. This soup is a favorite dish in south Louisiana made with its spicy tomatoey broth that balances the sweetness of the corn and shrimp flavor. Warmth for the body, good for the soul!
A Valentine candy made with cereal, pretzels, bugles, and nuts coated with melted vanilla almond bark and topped with sprinkles has a delightfully crunchy, salty-sweet taste. It’s easy to make and fun to give!