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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 […]

fresh salsa

Garden Fresh Salsa

Fresh roma tomatoes, onions, jalapenos, and cilantro burst with flavor in this garden fresh salsa recipe. You’ll never eat store bought again. This post may contain affiliate links. Click here to learn more about how affiliate links are used on this site. I like to think of myself as a […]

Love the guac served at Babalu Tapas & Tacos? Give this easy guacamole recipe a try! Ripe avocacos, sun-dried tomatoes and lime juice create fresh flavors.

Babalu Guacamole

Love the guac? Give this easy guacamole recipe a try! Ripe avocacos, sun-dried tomatoes and lime juice create fresh flavors. Babalu Tapas & Tacos is a restaurant that has been spreading across the Southeast, but the very first location opened right here in Jackson, Mississippi.  As soon as you are seated, […]

Fork tender country style slow cooker pork ribs are simmered with vegetables and served over a bed of creamy Parmesan corn grits.

Country Style Slow Cooker Pork Ribs with Parmesan Corn Grits

Fork tender country style slow cooker pork ribs are simmered with vegetables and served over a bed of creamy Parmesan corn grits. Braised beef short ribs are one of my favorite dishes to prepare when the weather turns cold. But, they can be a little pricey unless you luck up […]

plate of pasta and tomato sauce topped with venison meatballs

Baked Venison Meatballs

Easy baked venison meatballs are juicy and full of flavor. Make a batch today to serve with your favorite pasta sauce. Before I married my husband, I adamantly swore that I did not like venison.  It was gamey, it was chewy, it was so not like beef or pork meat.  […]