Showing posts from October, 2022

Seasonal Sundays (Week 45) Winter Squash

Hey, hey, y'all. This week's collection features my very favorite winter squash, that would be the butternut and how easy it is to slip butternut squash into main dishes. I hope you love these recipes as much as I do!

Old-Fashioned Southern Brunswick Stew

For Election Night Gatherings We all collect recipes for special occasions. But who has special recipes for Election Day gatherings and Election Night parties? Now you do! Old-Fashioned Southern Brunswick Stew is an old southern tradition to lure people to the polls. It's a simple stew, just layers of different meats and favorite southern vegetables like corn, okra and lima beans. And it's healthy too, great for parties but simple enough for family meals too. Traditional Food for Election Day in the American South. Real Food, Fresh & Flexible. Budget Friendly. One-Pot Meal. How to Feed a Crowd. Potluck & Party Friendly. High Protein.

Seasonal Sundays (Week 44) Pumpkin Heaven

This week, I've pulled together an entire patch of pumpkin recipes. (Can one ever have too many?) Here's the chance to turn your own kitchen into pumpkin heaven ...

Snickers Cookies on Sticks or NOT

When I first spied this cookie recipe, the first impression was a fun recipe for baking with leftover Halloween candy. Instead, Snickers Cookies are dreamy good, the best cookies I’ve made all year. Think “peanut butter cookie with a Snickers bar inside” or a "mini Snickers candy bar wrapped inside a chewy peanut butter cookie" but then take a bite, oh so chewy and what’s that? Oh my, it’s chocolate and caramel and nougat right inside. The cookies-on-sticks are optional, the cookies themselves essential. Creative Idea to Use Leftover Halloween Candy. Homemade Peanut Butter Cookies, Made from Scratch. Extra-Fun for Kids and Resident Cookie Monsters of All Ages. Great for Food Gifts. Easy DIY. Rave Reviews.

Seasonal Sundays (Week 43) Fall Sides

Happy Fall, Y'all! Today's recipe collection is for those of us who manage to get a main dish to the table but then feel stymied at what to serve alongside ... I hope you love this collection of side dishes, ones that really shine during these golden weeks of autumn.

Slow Cooker Sweet Potato Grits

~ or Pumpkin Grits ~ ~ or Butternut Squash Grits ~ Is mac 'n' cheese your downfall? It sure is mine. But now I've found an ally, a healthy substitute for cheesy pasta. It's a "skinny" pot of grits, conveniently cooked in the slow cooker with sweet potato (or pumpkin or butternut squash) and a little mik, with just a tablespoon of butter stirred in to finish. Good stuff this, really good stuff. Homemade Grits, Made from Scratch in a Slow Cooker. Real Food, Fresh & Family-Tested. Hearty & Filling. Budget Friendly. Great for Meal Prep. Weight Watchers Friendly. Vegetarian. Naturally Gluten Free.

Seasonal Sundays (Week 42) Apple Season

Who else is leaning into apples? They're so crisp and colorful now, easy to tuck into dishes both savory and sweet. Let me inspire your week ...

Seasonal Sundays (Week 41) Easy Fall Suppers

Well, hey there, Fall! It's the season many of us are called back into the kitchen to really cook. Today I'm sharing supper recipes, mostly one-pot, mostly the Quick Suppers that Kitchen Parade is famed for. Let me inspire a meal or two during the coming week ...