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Month: November 2018

Chocolate Cinnamon Cake

Chocolate Cinnamon Cake

It’s hard to find anything better than a great chocolate cake. A soft tender crumb with deep, rich chocolate flavors and a touch of cinnamon. Then it’s topped with a thin coating of chocolate icing, One of the simplest cakes to make and truly one […]

Carrot, Sweet Potato and Ginger Soup

Carrot, Sweet Potato and Ginger Soup

A soup with a creamy, luxurious texture. The color is vibrant and the flavor is slightly savory, yet bright with a subtle edge of sweetness. This falls into the category of something simple, quick and “what do I have on hand”! So take those three […]

Sheet Pan Eggs and Hash Browns

Sheet Pan Eggs and Hash Browns

Layers of Fontina and Parmesan cheese woven into seasoned hash browns make the perfect baking spot for fresh eggs! Brunch is a favorite meal in my family but there are some dishes that leave such a mess in the kitchen – bacon, eggs and hash […]

Southern Holiday Cosmopolitan

Southern Holiday Cosmopolitan

Whether you still have a house full of holiday guests or they’ve left and you’re settling into the quiet – this is a delectable cocktail to usher in this magical time of year. Having passed through the first celebration of this festive season you might […]

Cheddar Pecan Crackers

Cheddar Pecan Crackers

Cheesy and buttery with just a hint of heat and a little crunch from toasted pecans, these delicate little nibbles are the perfect bite to share with a glass of cheer! The holidays are officially in full swing and the gatherings with family and friends […]

Pumpkin Chiffon Pie

Pumpkin Chiffon Pie

A fluffy cloud of meringue folded into a creamy pumpkin custard bursting with spice then nestled into a ginger snap cookie crust. It’s an old classic recipe and one worth remembering! I ran across my Grandmother, Grace Pearl’s handwritten recipe for pumpkin chiffon pie and […]

Almond Crusted French Toast with Cranberry Maple Sauce

Almond Crusted French Toast with Cranberry Maple Sauce

The essence of almond and orange baked into slices of creamy, custard-soaked Challah bread topped with toasted almonds swirled in a maple syrup. Then we serve it with a warm cranberry maple sauce – because it’s the holidays! A number of years ago several women […]

Sweet Potato Pie

Sweet Potato Pie

Sweet potatoes with their natural sweetness make a surprisingly wonderful pie. With freshly grated nutmeg and allspice plus the warmth of cinnamon this pie captures all those familiar holiday notes. Something so delicious you might just decide to bump that traditional pumpkin pie from the […]

Chicken and Dumplings

Chicken and Dumplings

A creamy chicken stew filled with chunks of tender white meat, potatoes and sweet carrots all nestled underneath plump, fluffy biscuit-like dumplings. Winter decided to bypass fall and move on into North Texas making it a perfect night for homemade Chicken and Dumplings! This is […]

Southern Pecan Bars

Southern Pecan Bars

Here’s a simple twist on the classic Southern Pecan Pie – Pecan Bars! Start with a tender crust freshly baked and ready to hold that creamy filling full of crunchy toasted pecans – perfect for any holiday buffet! Pecan pie is a tradition on most […]

Shrimp Fra Diavolo

Shrimp Fra Diavolo

It’s been one of those weeks where I feel like I’m running around with my hair on fire. So I decided to throw together an easy pasta for dinner – one that has a little fire to it! Shrimp Fra Diavolo – which translates to […]

Date and Walnut Scones with Maple Glaze

Date and Walnut Scones with Maple Glaze

Tender scones baked with luscious dates and toasted walnuts tucked inside – and while they’re still warm top them with a sweet glaze made from pure maple syrup! I adore scones after all they’re kin to a biscuit. And dates are a delectable fruit that […]


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