This dip turned out beautiful, but she’s more than just a pretty face, er, spread. When we sat down to have a hacienda themed happy hour, I knew it was finally time to use those cans of black beans I’ve had in my pantry for the last four years and started searching for the right
Let’s talk about how delicious peach everything is. I have long loved putting peaches in my recipes ( it basically comes with the territory of living in Atlanta your entire life), but the worst time of the year is when it’s not quite peach season but you’ve run out of your frozen peach stash from
I will be the first one to admit, I hate when people include cantaloupe in a fruit salad because it overpowers everything in the salad and every other fruit starts tasting like cantaloupe. I do however like cantaloupe on its own. I especially love mixing it with fresh mozzarella and nutty prosciutto.
If you like citrus desserts that aren’t overly sweet, this is the cake for you. We whipped up a classic yellow cake mix from our friend Very Vera and added a little orange extract to the mix. To finish we added some sugared oranges to make this upside down cake! Photos by Dasha Crawford Photo
Let me tell you about the most fun I’ve had in a long time, it was the other night when the Darling crew got together to make the best biscuit recipe with the one and only, Callie’s Hot Little Biscuit. I remember my first real trip to Charleston when we discovered Callie’s HLB how I instantly
I will be the first to admit that I get extremely excited when I see deviled eggs on a restaurant menu, especially when it’s a restaurant that you wouldn’t normally think to serve deviled eggs. Korean BBQ inspired deviled eggs, bring it on, Japanese inspired Deviled eggs, I’m there, Polynesian inspired, put a Lei on
Every-so-often I get hit with an insatiable sweet tooth. It seems to always pick up in intensity around Easter when my favorite Easter candies start hitting the shelves, the absolute favorite being Cadbury Cream Eggs (the British version because the American version is too sweet). Regardless, this year, to stave off me eating handfuls of
Ever the one to be in love with traditional décor aesthetics, the Garden & Gun Club in Atlanta, opened by one in the same southern magazine icon whom I’ had the pleasure of writing for last Fall, is a true homage to upscale Southern cuisine. From cornbread to traditional sazeracs, you’ll find every culinary delight
This isn’t a lie, these sugar cookies are 100% sugar-free and if you substituted the all-purpose flour for keto-friendly flour, you could even call these cookies Keto Sugar Cookies. That’s right everyone, we’re living in the future and it tastes good.
Can you believe Atlanta is hosting the Superbowl this weekend? I can’t either! Even though I live in the heart of the city, it doesn’t feel like a lot of people have descended upon our town just yet, but I’m already anticipating my favorite coffee shops and my favorite midtown restaurants to be overtaken with