Slow cooker tamale pie casserole has all the flavor of an actual tamale without all the work. Seasoned ground beef is topped with tender masa harina. Homemade tamales are awesome. Making homemade tamales, however, is not. I tried it once and I’m not really excited by the notion of doing […]
Loaded pulled pork nachos recipe that mixes sweet barbecue pulled pork drizzled with a spicy, creamy cheddar cheese sauce over toasted tortilla chips. I never understood how people could eat snack bar nachos. You know the nachos I’m talking about – stale chips topped with pale yellow, cheese flavored glue. […]
Creamy, homemade New England clam chowder recipe is loaded with briny clams and bacon. It’s perfect for cold winter nights. Does anyone else out there have a cooking bucket list? You know, a list of recipes that you hope one day you will be brave enough to try? Homemade New […]
I have read that miso soup is the Japanese version of chicken noodle soup. All I know is in college, there was nothing better to nurse a hangover. I didn’t just say that, did I? Okay, moving on . . . On Friday, The Husband had a particularly grueling day […]
Deer meat is perfect for dishes that require long and slow cooking times, like this beautiful, deep burgundy spicy vegetable and venison stew recipe. In Mississippi, I would estimate about 90% of the population are deer hunters. Only in the South is camo considered a perfectly acceptable fall fashion and […]
I'm Lisa, a first generation Southerner. While I was born and raised in Mississippi, I wasn't raised on Southern food. Then I met and fell in love with a boy who grew up eating his Grandmama's fried chicken and his Mamaw's biscuits and gravy. I realized I had a thing or two to learn about Southern cooking.