It’s velvety, smooth, and decadently delicious. Warning: Once you’ve made this chocolate pie, there’ll be no going back! Sometimes you’ll make it just for yourself! This is another recipe from my great-grandmother, Ma Horton.
I have a bit of a sweet tooth, but I’m trying to keep away from conventional sweets. So making primal desserts myself has been a part of my daily life since about 3 years ago. It’s fairly easy if you’ve got an oven and reasonably supplied supermarkets around you. But, what if you move around […]
A Classic Southern Recipe for Sweet Potato Pie. Sweet Potato Pie, while being a classic in most Southern households is new to me. My Mama didn’t make it when I was a kid, and I’ve never made it before. Until now. I thought I didn’t like sweet potatoes. I usually force myself to consume a […]
I’m going to let you in on a little secret. This recipe for fresh apple bread comes from the family recipe book and this recipe hasn’t been shared with anyone before it went into the book. In fact the contributing family member even made a note at the bottom of the recipe, “This is the […]
If you’ve never had a sopapilla then I feel sorry for you. Here in Texas it is a traditional dessert from practically every Mexican food restaurant that has opened its’ doors. It is a fried tortilla sprinkled with cinnamon, sugar, and brown sugar. Smother that in butter, drizzle with honey, and I promise you will […]
A non-negotiable part of our holidays is a dish I call Cherry Shtuff. I’m requested to bring it to each & every family celebration or holiday dinner – no exceptions! Luckily for me it’s super easy to whip together in minutes and requires NO COOKING – whats not to love?? Check out my easy recipe. […]