Recipes

One of my favorite Thanksgiving dishes (and post Thanksgiving leftovers) is Cranberry Jello Sauce. The lovely red color can carry this dish well into the December holiday season, making it a favorite make ahead holiday dish as well. It’s simple to make and a fun way bring fruit to the table. I’m sharing this dish […]

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Thanksgiving is next week! While my mom is taking most of the menu heavy lifting, I will be bringing a side dish & appetizers. During this festive winter season, I am always appreciative of Dean & DeLuca because they add a gourmet twist that helps take your meal or party to the next level. The […]

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What’s better than a Chocolate Chip Cookie? A sweet & salty Pretzel Chocolate Chip Cookie that you can make in 10 minutes! I’m not going super complicated here. Sometimes you just need cookies, and you need them right away! Thanksgiving is next week and then all of a sudden we will be in the fun […]

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What Thanksgiving turkey would be complete without a big bowl of steaming mashed potatoes by its side? I’ve tried variations on traditional mashed potatoes including garlic, Parmesan, and rosemary roasted potatoes, but I keep coming back to the standard. There is a reason that this creamy dish makes an appearance year after year. It’s mild, […]

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Hey friends, can you believe that its November already? November! Thanksgiving is just a few short weeks away! Are you making plans yet? Our family will all be congregating at my parent’s home this year so we are divvying up the delicious dish list and menu planning! One thing that I grew up enjoying at […]

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Halloween is almost here! It’s a time of year filled with great costumes like these Top 10 Group Costumes & tons of sweet treats like these Mummy Marshmallow Cupcakes with melted marshmallows in the center! It’s also the time of year that everyone has been filling up on Pumpkin Spice Lattes so we’re pretty sugared out. […]

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At Sunday supper on my grandparent’s farm, my grandmother always serves up a big basket of her incredibly soft and fluffy yeast rolls. They have a deliciously warm, yeast taste to them and are perfect for mopping up gravy from a Sunday roast or for piling pieces of fried chicken onto. There is always a […]

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A long running Southern tradition is Virginia ham. It is also called Smithfield hams after the oldest & most famous ham company is call Smithfield ham, or it may also be called country ham. You can get these hams at a variety of places, but the original Smithfield Ham is a touch above. They really […]

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