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Basic Mayonnaise Recipe + VIDEO

Homemade mayonnaise is super delicious and so easy to make. Whip up this basic mayonnaise recipe today in only a few minutes. In the summertime, I adore a good bacon, lettuce and tomato sandwich on homemade bread with a healthy slather of mayonnaise. Until recently, I never gave much thought […]

overhead shot of a cast iron skillet of hot artichoke dip with two whole artichokes and pretzel chips scattered to the side

Hot Artichoke Dip with Broccoli

Ooey, gooey hot artichoke dip is loaded with artichoke hearts, broccoli, and three different types of melty cheese. Beware of this dip. It has been known to magically disappear somewhere between the beginning of the first quarter and half time. Hot Artichoke Dip with Broccoli is yummy just like traditional spinach-artichoke […]

pair of hands placing a red pan of southern cornbread dressing with chicken on a table

Southern Cornbread Dressing with Chicken

Cornbread dressing with chicken is a traditional dish served at holiday and family gatherings across the South. Crumbled homemade cornbread, sautéed vegetables, hard boiled eggs, shredded chicken are baked in a casserole dish until golden brown. This post may contain affiliate links. Click here to learn more about how affiliate […]

overhead shot of two black dishes filled with fried okra, a black and white napkin, metal strainer and whole okra to the side

How to Make Fried Okra

It’s easy to learn how to make fried okra. Fresh, sliced okra is dipped in a mixture of eggs, milk, and hot sauce, then dredged in cornmeal and fried to golden brown. Okra is a vegetable that’s not much thought about outside the south. It’s often used as a thickener […]

creamy tuna macaroni salad in small blue serving bowls

Tuna Macaroni Salad

Flaked tuna, sweet peas, celery, and elbow macaroni are combined with mayo and a dash of cayenne pepper in this creamy tuna macaroni salad recipe. What are some of your favorite summer memories from when you were a kid? Since both of my parents worked, they had to find a way […]