Recipes

It’s my firm belief that food is the spice of life! Recipes and home-cooked meals should be spent with the ones we love, so I’m spreading the love with some of our favorite recipes. Here you will find family recipes, passed down from generations and new recipes we’ve created in our own kitchen!

Grilled Turkey Cranberry Cream Cheese Sandwich

Top Thanksgiving Leftovers Recipes

Thanksgiving is here! You’ve cooked at least a dozen casseroles and two extra desserts. Now, what to do with all of those Thanksgiving leftovers? Make these Top Thanksgiving Leftovers Recipes! One thing that goes overlooked right before any major holiday are leftovers! It never fails. Someone always shows up with an extra pan of dressing …

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Thanksgiving Turkey Cheese Ball

A Thanksgiving Turkey Cheese Ball is a great appetizer for your next Friendsgiving. It’s a great way to involve kids in the kitchen or just get creative!

Easy Southern Cornbread Project Stepmom

Easy Southern Cornbread

There are few things more southern than a crispy-edged skillet of cornbread. Growing up in the South, cornbread was always made in a cast-iron skillet, generally one passed down through generations.

Classic Cornbread Dressing Recipe

This classic Cornbread Dressing is a staple at our holiday table. Made with an old-fashioned cornbread recipe, herbs, celery and onion, this recipe will feed a crowd.

Kentucky Bourbon Cranberry Sauce Recipe

This Kentucky Bourbon Cranberry Sauce Recipe freshens the traditional recipe rotation and will be loved by all who cherish old-fashioned cranberry sauce.

Jamaican Jerk Baked Wings from Hungry Hobby

Best Gameday Menu & Football Tailgate Recipes

If you aren’t serving up the best gameday menu or tailgate recipes from this list, you should be. Try Jamaican Jerk Chicken Wings, Buffalo Chicken Dip, Chilli, Burgers and Smoked Salmon Dip on your gameday menu.

Crockpot Red Beans and Rice in the Slow-cooker

Crockpot No Soak Red Beans and Rice

Red beans and rice is a classic New Orleans dish, served piping hot and sometimes with Kielbasa. And in this recipe, there is no need to soak the beans!

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