This easy corn casserole made with a cornbread mix, corn, sour cream, melted butter, and topped with cheese is one you’ll be making over and over again. If you’re a beginner in the kitchen, this recipe is for you!
Here’s a healthy spinach dish made with sauteed spinach, sweet peppers, mushrooms, and grape tomatoes seasoned with red pepper flakes and soy sauce. It’s so flavorful and hearty you could serve it as a meatless main dish. Whether you are dieting or just trying to eat healthier, this Spinach Medley recipe will help you stay on track.
The tropical burst of pineapple infuses this creamy, crunchy congealed salad. Besides pineapple, it has chunks of cream cheese, pecans, and crunchy bits of celery. My MawMaw served it every holiday and back then it was “the trendy dish” that everyone was preparing. Now its the one I’m re-introducing to my family.
Delicious creamed spinach with mushrooms and parmesan cheese to serve as an appetizer with crackers or alongside your main dish just in time for holiday gatherings. You can make it ahead of schedule then broil until hot and bubbly right before serving.
Nothing goes better in sweet potato casserole than the flavors of butter and vanilla. And with a brown sugar nut topping, this vegetable serves well alongside the main dish or as a dessert.
You can make this simple cornbread dressing in 3 easy steps. Start with baking the cornbread, next saute the vegetables, then combine the rest of the ingredients before baking. It’s as easy as A-B-C, 1-2-3!
The Pea Salad is a southern classic known for its simple no-fuss preparation that sometimes gets overlooked. This recipe has a light creamy dressing tossed with crispy peas, fresh mushrooms, bacon, and pepper-jack cheese making the Pea Salad worth reconsidering.
Eggplant Rice Dressing has served its purpose throughout the years as a delicious way to use up that bountiful late summer fruit. That’s right, fruit!
The Classic Salad The Broccoli Cauliflower Salad has been served around our tables for years. There are many different recipe versions out there. They are found in cookbooks, written on pieces of paper passed from hand to hand, and now on websites around the world. I think it’s because, besides being so delicious, it’s easy […]
Summer is corn picking time and I can’t think of a better way to enjoy the bounty than in a Corn Maque Choux! (That’s pronounced “mock-shoe”.) It’s a simple and delicious Cajun dish of smothered corn cooked in a medley of onions, tomatoes, bell peppers, and garlic.