Raise your hand if you love BBQ! Are you from around here, because we love anything in a sauce. Here's my take on a BBQ Slider. Even better you throw everything in a crock pot and all you need to do when you get home is shred it, plate it and eat it. My family… Continue reading Sweet and Saucy-BBQ Chicken Sliders
Sometimes a sandwich needs a little extra UMPH. Here's your slaw. Heck I even eat this with chips- remember there is no judgement here. I hope you enjoy this southern staple. What Do I Need: 1 bag Southern Cole Slaw or 1 head of Green Cabbage 1 Cup of Mayo 2 Tablespoons White Vinegar… Continue reading Good Ole Southern Slaw
You might be thinking: "Why on the earth would she name this The "OG" Alfredo?" Well ladies and gentlemen, I named this the OG Alfredo because it's the Original Girl. This Alfredo is Dylan's favorite thing, and a recipe that I make very often. It also taste pretty close to that restaurant we all… Continue reading The “OG” Alfredo
This is such a basic recipe it probably orders Pumpkin Spice Lattes. What Do You Need: 1 pound Chicken Breast 1 Tablespoon Extra Virgin Olive Oil Salt and Pepper Take those beautiful chicken pieces out of the package and rub them generously with olive oil, sprinkle with salt and pepper on one side. Add to… Continue reading Grilled Chicken Breast
Have you ever had one of those moments in the grocery store where you find the best looking piece of meat you've ever seen in your life- and it's on SALE. I have, that's how these pork chops came to pass. Dylan is not a huge fan of pork chops, clearly I have not always… Continue reading Bone In Baby
I started cooking when I was old enough to reach the stove and counter with my Grandma. Grandma Loye let me do just about anything I wanted at her house. She made me mud puddles when we were in a drought and liver pudding sandwiches if her pantry was running low. I grew up right next door and during the summer and after school, anytime I was awake I was at her house learning her home cooking secrets.