Guys! We are in the thick of Christmas party season and there couldn’t be a more exciting time of year to celebrate with some Champagne! I know everyone thinks that Champagne is for New Years, but I like keeping a bottle (or two) in my fridge at all times to celebrate at will whenever I
Thanks to my friends at Riceland Foods for sponsoring this post. Although there is a sponsored element, all opinions, recipes and words are my own. Every year there’s a debate in our house about what kind of starchy side we want to serve with our traditional Christmas roast. There’s the classic potato versus everything else
I love a good slice of cornbread. Whether it’s on its own or served with a huge helping of chili, I always find myself reaching back for a second slice. When I normally make cornbread I try to focus on having either sweet cornbread, spicy cornbread, or cheesy cornbread, but I decided this time, why
Every now and then I’m a “sweets” for breakfast kind of person. I put the term sweets in quotations because I don’t like super sweet things (although my current Holiday fueled sugar addiction may be making a mockery of that) but I do enjoy the flavorful sweetness of a delicious slice of breakfast bread. Which if we’re
Who out there is a savory breakfast person like me? Whenever we go out to eat for breakfast, I walk into a place and get taken away by the sweet scent of pancakes or waffles being served to my fellow morning brunchers. Then, as the waitress comes to take our order, the stack of pancakes
Now that the Holidays are in full swing, it’s easy to get caught up in all the rich, roasted foods with the same flavor palate. I wanted to break that mold by using some delicious butternut squash, savory sage, and fresh pork sausage to create a homey stuffed shell recipe. This Butternut Squash and Sage
With big rivalry football games just around the corner, it’s fun to take your bar favorites and recreate them at home. One of my favorite guilty pleasures at a bar is ordering a huge serving of pretzels with beer cheese. After visiting Brat Brot in Birmingham this summer, I knew I’d have to try to
This post has been sponsored by Layer Cake wines. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Trays of delicious appetizers, plaid-inspired décor, and clinking wine glasses—these are all the sights and sounds of holiday parties that I look forward to hosting all year long. To ring in the holiday season, I partnered with Layer Cake
Using Tillamook’s Sharp Cheddar cheese shreds, this hearty risotto is stuffed inside of some halved butternut squashes and baked to perfection. Read on for the recipe.
This easy butternut squash flatbread combines the sweet flavor of butternut squash with the nutty flavor of parmesan and topped with pieces of prosciutto. It’s the perfect easy Fall appetizer. Click here to watch the video.