Hi everyone! Welcome to my first post in my Cooking 101 series! I decided to make these posts to help those of you new to cooking or just looking for some extra tips from stocking your pantry, to what tools you will need and different cooking techniques! If you ever have any questions or comments or a suggestion for another Cooking 101 post please don’t hesitate to leave a comment or contact me!
For today’s cooking 101 post and I going to discuss what knives are essential for a fully functional kitchen and why you need them!
Hey peoples! If you’re anything like me, you just loove a huge bowl full of pipping hot savory goodness for dinner on a cool night. This is my go to recipe for that kind of comforting meal. My homemade chili is soooo flavorful everyone will rave about it and be asking for seconds in no time! It is also EXTREMELY easy! With a few store bought ingredients you can have this baby on the dinner table in under 30 minutes if you wish, or you can let it simmer all day and it will just keep getting better and better! It’s also one of those dishes that gets better in the fridge the longer it sits so it’s a win-win in all situations!
Happy Thanksgiving! I hope you all have a great day and are able to stuff yourselves to your little hearts content. I made a non-traditional dessert to take with to our family gathering and it came out yummy! Jeremy even said, “You ARE putting this on the blog, right?” Right you are! Here is the recipe for yummy Chess Squares.
Hi guys! Now, I know. I’ve already shown you once how to make my spaghetti sauce. This is just a touch different to that recipe with a few tweaks and a much faster version. This is how I make meat sauce, you can use this over pasta for a quick dinner or, how I use it, for lasagna or spaghetti casserole as well.
Howdy, ya’ll! Today I have for you my recipe for Collard Greens. I made these the for the first time about a year ago and came out fantastic. These are by far better than anything you can get at a restaurant. Or, any restaurant that I have had them at, that is. Normally when I order them they end up coming out well, flavorless. Even at one of my favorite southern restaurants, Cracker Barrel where you would think they would nail this one. Now, no offense to any of you’s that like this sorta thing, it just isn’t what I fancy. So here I have a flavorful Southern staple my way: