This month, I’m all about New Orleans. I just have the Mardi Gras spirit, I suppose. So, along those lines, I’ve offered up two of my favorite NOLA-inspired dishes. Red beans and rice is a classic dish, and it isn’t difficult to make. Just make sure you use the right seasoning (see below) and you’ll be just fine. And who knew you could make bananas foster pizza-style? Yep. Try this one and watch everyone’s faces light up when they dig in.
As always, bon appétit!
Happy New Year, everyone! I hope all of you had a great holiday break, but it’s time to get back to the grind now. I think I’ve mentioned this before, but after the holidays, I often want something different in January. This chicken saltimbocca is a perfect choice, and the sausage and cheese soufflé is a mouth-wateringly great option for breakfast, brunch – or any time, really. Both these dishes, in fact, are quick and easy to make.
It’s time to kick back in the backyard (or anywhere comfy, really) and enjoy some cool, refreshing beverages. These are two of my favorite drink recipes.
Fall is officially here, though in Alabama, we don’t usually experience the “traditional” crisp autumn evenings. Still, this time of year, I always crave hearty fare – and this Crock Pot beef stew is perfect. It’s also a huge time saver, since I’m sure we’re all constantly on the go this time of year. And, if you’ve got a crew over watching the football game, this street corn dip is a huge crowd pleaser.
Yep, it’s almost fall, y’all. But if you’d like to hang on to summer just a little bit longer, this month’s recipes may help. Few things say “summer” more than hot dogs, but if you’ve tired of the regular variety, give this Mexi-corn hot dog topper a try. And for a sweet treat, this M&M skillet cookie is a hit with everyone.
No doubt you’re super busy this month, but take some time to share a great meal with those near and dear. Bon appétit!
Now that the holidays are behind us, it’s time to enjoy the new year with a little down time. The month of January always makes me want non-traditional food, and comfort food, and this lasagna soup is just the thing to satisfy. I don’t know many people who’ll turn down anything lasagna-related – including my husband and my daughter! Also, this honey garlic shrimp and noodles makes for a perfect, easy entrée.
Here’s to a Happy New Year, and as always, bon appétit!
Tuscaloosa, you astound me: Thanks for all the compliments about this tomato basil soup – I’m honored. If there’s one thing we know about here, it’s great food, and this soup recipe is excellent, if I do say so myself. It’s fast and easy, too, which helps tremendously when we’re on the go as we so often are here.
Enjoy the rest of this busy month and, as always, bon appétit!