Let’s cook some Southern Food. Pickled Pig’s Feet!!! Have you ever tried these tasty trotters? Pickled Pig’s feet is a very common food item in many parts of the world. So much so that meat departments dedicate entire sections to portioned and sliced pigs feet. In the United States on
Today we are cooking up some Southern food, or Southern candy to be more precise. New Orleans Pecan Pralines!! This is truly a great candy that when made right has a delicious, smooth, and creamy texture. Like divinity and fudge, the Pecan Praline can be a little finicky as there
One of my all time favorite party foods, snack foods, toppings, dips, is Guacamole. I realize that I may be a little biased as I did spend most of my childhood in Mexico but I think that if you give this recipe a shot you just might very well agree
I love old school recipes!! Today’s recipe comes from the US Army and dates back to 1910. Creamed Chipped Beef over Toast. Talk about a simple and hearty meal that was responsible for feeding hundreds of thousands of military folk. The original recipe calls for salted preserved meat AKA chipped
What a great drink. Creamy, rich, velvety, and very easy to make!! This drink only comes around once a year but after today’s post you can enjoy this drink all year around! The beauty of making this drink at home is that you get to customize it however you want.
Are you familiar with the classic Italian porchetta roast? The porchetta roast (when cooked correctly) is a beautiful thing. Each bite is rich, flavorful, fatty, juicy, succulent, crispy, and extremely delicious. The porchetta is a pork roast that is seasoned, rolled, tied, and roasted for several hours. This seems pretty straight forward and easy to do, but