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52 Week Pantry Stock Up

This 52-week pantry stock up information will be coming to your inbox if you have signed up for my weekly emails, but I also wanted to get a post up with all the weeks in one place, with a little more info to each week. You will have all 52 weeks, in one location…

Easy and Spicy Jalapeno Ranch Dressing

Y’all this easy and spicy jalapeno ranch dressing is perfect for so many salads, bowl, sandwiches, and burgers. It is that good! Plus, it is so simple to throw together, you will love this! Making the Dressing Add the sour cream to a small food processor or blender. This dressing is made completely…

Simple Potato and Green Pea Side Dish

This recipe for simple potato and green pea side dish might just be the easiest recipe I have added to the blog, but it still one of my favorites. I think it is the perfect side. You can use any type of potato you prefer, and use frozen or fresh peas. Add in a few…

Grains to Sustain- Why Whole Grains?

Why Are Whole Grains Important For My Health? Great question. Recently carbs of any sort have been under fire by popular diet trends. They are villainized, mainly for the weight loss trends that focus on quick weight loss. Truthfully though, whole grains are a vital part of a healthy, sustainable lifestyle. Can you lose weight…

Pomelo Carrot Bundt with Whole Grain

I have never liked grapefruit, which is weird because I like just about any food. Call it prejudice, but I just can’t stand them. I am part of a #seasonalfoodiecollab on Instagram. Each month we are choose 2 seasonal foods and use one or both in any type of dish we choose. It…

Garlic Parmesan Twists

We are huge fans of bread in this house. I am sure you have found this out by now. We just love it! Our bread is almost always 100% wheat or a 50/50. My family generally prefers the 50/50, so you will find this recipe more than others. My wheat breads ALWAYS contain…

Cornbread Dressing

This dressing is a standard on our Thanksgiving table. Well, my Thanksgiving table after being married. My husband is from Lousiana, so of course, cornbread has become a staple. I grew up on dressing made from bread, but have since converted. Honestly though, who can resist cornbread and sausage together??Southern or not, this dressing…

Chocolate Pecan Pie

We have several recipes that are standards at our Thanksgiving table, I have other that are on a rotational basis. Pecan pie is one of the standards on our table. It can be a variation, like this chocolate pecan pie, but it always has to be a pecan pie. As I have said before, my…

Cranberry Orange Swirled Loaf

This loaf is so beautiful. It certainly deserves it’s place on the Thanksgiving or Christmas table. Actually, no need for a special occasion. This bread is awesome any day. It is a little messy to make, but definitely worth it. Y’all it is so vibrant and beautiful. I used my cranberry…

Healthy Potato Gratin

I love potatoes in all forms. I have loved them for as long as I can remember. If they are on option on the table or at a meal, I will generally without fail reach for them first. Yes, it’s pretty much true love. These gratin potatoes are, obviously, one of those dishes…