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Caprese baked catfish fillet and a simple salad on a blue and green floral plate with a fork on the side

Caprese Baked Catfish Fillets

Liven up your weekday dinner with these quick but delicious seasoned baked catfish fillets topped with melted cheese, tomato and fresh basil. This post is sponsored by The Catfish Institute. The opinions contained within are my own. August has been designated as National Catfish Month since 1998. Catfish farming is […]

shrimp kabobs with sausage, corn and potatoes threaded on metal skewers on a white platter

Shrimp Kabobs with Sausage, Potatoes and Corn

Why not throw a few of these zesty shrimp kabobs on your grill this summer? Succulent large shrimp are coated with butter and crab boil, then grilled with tender, spicy vegetables and sausage. A good old-fashioned shrimp boil is a summertime favorite in the South. But it can also be […]

grilled pork skewers on a white platter drizzled with bourbon glaze

Bourbon Glazed Pork Skewers

Add some flare to your backyard bash with these mouthwatering pork skewers kabobs coated in a sweet glaze of bourbon and orange juice. We love to grill when the weather warms up. Correction … The Husband loves to grill. I love that he loves to grill because that means I […]

lemon pepper catfish fillet with rice an lemon slices on a gray plate

Lemon Pepper Catfish Fillets

Lemon pepper catfish fillets require two ingredients and only take seven minutes to prepare. Try this easy, tasty weeknight meal tonight! This post is sponsored by The Catfish Institute. The opinions contained within are my own. In the rush of trying to get a healthy meal on the dinner table […]

Grillades and Grits on a gray plate with a red and white napkin on a wood table

Grillades and Grits

Grillades and grits is a traditional New Orleans brunch dish. Seasoned round steak is slowly braised until tender with vegetables and served over creamy corn grits. Methods for the Instant Pot, slow cooker and stovetop are included. Grillades and grits is a dish I’m familiar with, but never tried to […]