Traditional Oatmeal Cookies — an over-the-top cookie you can’t resist. They are soft and chewy at the center, with slightly crunchy edges. Add a healthy scoop of vanilla ice cream, it’s perfectly balanced!
Smooth, sweet, and savory Mashed Sweet Potatoes — This is a super simple recipe that tastes like you in way more effort than you did.
Fried Chicken Gizzards — The unique flavor of gizzards matched with a crispy breading? A winning combination.
Smothered Chicken and Gravy— Tender, juicy chicken covered in a delicious creamy gravy. If you need a delicious chicken recipe with a southern flare, this is just what you are looking for.
This cranberry sauce is so easy to make. All it takes are fresh cranberries, sweetener of choice, flavors, and just 15 minutes of your precious time.
Jambalaya – Delicious, one-pot meal bursts with bold Creole flavors! If you are looking to add some real flavor to your rice, jambalaya is one of the best ways to do it.
Collard Greens – A popular traditional and southern vegetable dish. This recipe features a delicious blend of smokiness, vinegar, and savory – an excellent side dish for the holidays or anytime.
Nothing compares to the savory flavor of a thick, warm gravy. Adding this gravy to your beef, chicken, or turkey dishes makes for a dish you won’t forget!
This Green Beans and Bacon recipe is a tasty and cost-effective side dish that will add color as well as flavor to your next dinner!
These Shrimp cakes are light, filling, perfectly browned, moist and tender. Use these tips to make the best shrimp cake from prep to plate!
These peanut butter cookies are gooey and chewy in the middle, slightly crisp on the outer edges, and crinkly on the top!
Jambalaya Pasta — Leave the take-out menu and make this delicious restaurant quality cajun jambalaya pasta made with chicken, sausage, and shrimps. It comes together in about 30 minutes!
Sukuma Wiki – A perfect addition to a nice lunch or a cozy dinner. Delicious, quick, and healthy! It requires few ingredients, little effort, short cook time, and a delicious outcome! This is how one should be introduced to collard greens or kale.