Southern Style Green Beans is a side dish that is often available in most restaurants across the south. Down here, it’s all about flavoring when it comes to good southern green beans. The secret to perfectly seasoned green beans is a ham hock. This is the southern secret to delicious, fresh green beans. You can find ham hocks in the grocery store near other pork products. Sometimes they are cured or smoked. If you can’t find ham hocks at your local grocer, don’t worry there are many substitutes you can use to get a similar flavor to your green beans.
Creamy homemade banana nut oatmeal tastes like warm banana bread in a mug. This breakfast recipe will fill you up and keep you going till lunch. Made with real bananas, old fashioned rolled oats, and pecans it has just the perfect balance of sweetness and only 10 minutes to make!
Southern sweet potato casserole with a crunchy pecan streusel topping that’s sure to be a favorite side dish recipe on any table during the colder months. Creamy Sweet Potatoes pairs perfectly with the crunchy pecan and oat topping. This side dish will bring a balanced sweetness to your savory holiday meal.
Mashed potatoes are just one of those side dishes you have to learn how to make from scratch. There is no box out there that will ever come close to homemade. Not only is this recipe incredibly simple to make but it is also deliciously nutritious. This recipe can be used to make mashed potatoes for a weeknight dinner or doubled to feed a crowd at a holiday get-together.
Ditch the canned stuff for this delicious, completely from scratch green bean casserole recipe. Your classic green bean casserole recipe gets a makeover using fresh, real ingredients for an authentic homemade taste.
Cheese Grits are a staple at any southern table. Whether they be served alongside crispy bacon for breakfast or fried catfish for dinner, this southern cheese grits recipe is quick, simple, and delicious.
One of my families newest favorite dinners is homemade pizza. We used to be all about those frozen or take and bake pizzas that…
The best part of football season has got to be the food. Whether you love dips and appetizers or chicken wings and sliders, game day food is simply the best. When it comes to feeding a crowd, I like recipes that are not only easy but also delicious. Today I’m sharing with you how to make one of my favorite game day recipes. My family loves to eat mini cheeseburgers especially while watching a big game. Below you’ll find an easy way to make mini garlic cheeseburgers for a crowd.