This baked rabbi is quick and easy to make, but packed with flavor. If you’ve eaten rabbit before you may know that it has a mild flavor, much like chicken, with very little fat. Because of this the meat will absorb flavors well but we must keep it moist during cooking. If you are looking […]
Mmmmmm….over ice cream, drizzled on pancakes or waffles, mixed in milk for a special treat…who can resist chocolate syrup?
Ma Horton’s Southern pecan pie recipe is a time-honored tradition for the holidays. I use my great-grandmother’s pecan pie recipe given to me by my grandmother. For some reason, people like to tweak and add ingredients to the basic pecan pie recipe to create new versions. Personally, we prefer the traditional Southern pecan pie recipe, […]
Old-Fashioned Coconut Cream Pie is a comfort food for us. It was one of the first pies I made for my husband. He says it’s what helped him decide to marry me! There are mixed ideas about whether it’s best hot or cold. We like it both ways. I have to admit warm is more […]
Never buy Hersey’s again! This easy, homemade version of our childhood staple chocolate syrup takes just 15 minutes to make, and then another 15 to can! Make some today!
Nothing says country living like the smell of fresh homemade biscuits in the oven. Waking up at Granny’s house meant the smell of hot homemade biscuits, homegrown bacon, and heavenly dripped coffee. Even after all these years, these smells transport me back in time to a young girl crawling from beneath handmade quilts and skipping […]