I absolutely love collard greens! I can eat them for breakfast, lunch, and dinner! The fact that these collards are full of flavor without the addition of salt, oil, or sugar makes them that much more worth indulging in at any time!
During the winter months, the winter squashes like Butternut Squash are plentiful. What better way to have Butternut Squash, than to have it baked to perfection with Apples, Cranberries, and Pears, Pecans, and Cinnamon! All of the sentiments of the holiday season. Continue reading Holiday Baked Butternut Squash with Caramel date glazed pecans
Well, it’s about that time of the year for cookouts and picnics. There’s no other food that says summertime like potato salad!
I love Coleslaw. Getting my kiddos to eat raw veggies, especially dark leafy raw veggies is challenging. Or should I say was a challenge until now. This Creamy Kaleslaw hit a home run with kiddos and mom approves!
Cornbread is one of those southern comfort foods that make any meal that much more satisfying. This moist, sweet cornbread makes the perfect addition to any meal.
No macaroni, no problem! Just use chickpeas instead and you have “Cheezy Chickpeas-n-Broccoli”, a fabulous cheezy filling dish that will surely hit the spot!
No smoked meat needed for these delicious collards. Tender and full of flavor, these meatless Smoky Coconut Collards pleases this here southern girl’s roots! Continue reading Smoky Coconut Collards
Yummy, need I say more! Succotash, a hearty southern dish that is full of texture and flavor! As kids, my husband and I both remember our mom’s making this comfort dish. My mom’s version Continue reading Succotash
OMG, Brussels Sprouts, one of my favorite veggies! I must admit though, Brussels Sprouts was not one of my family’s faves — Continue reading Balsamic Roasted Brussels Sprouts with a Twist