My mom used to make the best biscuits. It was the BEST smell to wake up to, as they cooked in the oven on Saturday or Sunday mornings when she had the time to get her hands dirty… floury that is. This recipe is definitely a “hands on” treat!
A guest came to our home and had no love for “cooked fruit” as she made very clear to my siblings and I. I told her, “Just taste the crust!” Behold, she began with the sweet bread covered in the juice of fresh berry-licious-ness and ended up on the other corner of her dish, having completed an entire serving and craving more!
Sorrel is a drink that’s pretty popular in the Caribbean during the Christmas holiday. I personally love it all times of the year!
Who said Collards are only for Thanksgiving and Christmas?
Never buy canned cranberry sauce again. This Easy Cranberry YUM Sauce is so simple and tasty, it will become the highlight of your Thanksgiving meal.
There’s no going wrong with this recipe… my own rendition of my mother’s mac n cheese recipe – because Kraft is still my best Friend!
Standard Rice Rule of Thumb – 1 Cup of Rice to 2 Cups of Liquid (Water)- With a respectful amount of salt and pepper plus 15 Minutes Makes RICE!
Just place the chicken on a bed of pasta, pour the sauce over the top and enjoy!
This vegetarian and meat lovers meal is sure to please the entire family!
These may remind you of the Lance Lemon Cookies we used to eat as children. But I promise, these cookies are SO MUCH BETTER!
Buttery and cheesy, these biscuits are just like our favorite restaurant delicacy.