Spicy Gulf Shrimp Gravy, Andouille Sausage and Grits Recipe

Spicy Gulf Shrimp Gravy, Andouille Sausage and Grits recipe is a delicious entrée to serve your love. Also perfect to pair with a chilled white wine on a hot day.  In addition, gravy recipe works well to make ahead for serving later. Delicious dish to serve for a dinner party or family meal. Easy way to make your Gulf shrimp disappear. Continue reading “Spicy Gulf Shrimp Gravy, Andouille Sausage and Grits Recipe”

Drowning Seasoned Pork Roast in Yesterday’s Wine

Drowning Seasoned Pork Roast in Yesterday’s Wine is the start for a good meal.  In the rare event that you have leftover wine, save it. Cork it and add to pantry to use for cooking later or in this recipe. Using an electric pressure cooker will make quick work for a tender 6 pound pork roast. In today’s busy world, time saved is invaluable. Rarely do any of us have too much time. This recipe and cooker is a time saver. Continue reading “Drowning Seasoned Pork Roast in Yesterday’s Wine”

Southern Girls Instant Pot Intro- Venison Cutlets

My adventures for the new year include one southern girls Instant Pot Intro- Venison Cutlets. You may be wondering how a pot, instant or other wise could be classified as an adventure. If this question has entered your mind clearly your Momma’n’em didn’t use the Southern Girls quick meal trick with a giggly  pressure cooker. Continue reading “Southern Girls Instant Pot Intro- Venison Cutlets”

Using Turkey Carcass creating White Turkey Chili

Using turkey carcass creating white turkey chili is a magic trick. Well not really magic but it is the first thing that Grill Man enjoyed eating when flipping flu showed up uninvited. Apparently when you have flipping flu everything that you eat does not taste good. Imagine my continuous surprise when after whipping up a made-from-scratch meal, Grill Man didn’t like it. We won’t discuss how many times it happened. Continue reading “Using Turkey Carcass creating White Turkey Chili”

Old Southern Rice Dressing Recipe

Old Southern Rice Dressing Recipe is my new favorite side dish to serve with a large turkey. A delicious side dish which feeds a crowd and everyone will love on your Fall table. Often times, my favorite recipes come to me wrapped in love from friends or family. It is important to learn how to cook a recipe that deserves being passed down from one family member to another. Continue reading “Old Southern Rice Dressing Recipe”

Crock Pot Easy Spaghetti Sauce

Crock Pot Easy Spaghetti Sauce recipe is a perfect gift for working Moms and Dads. As a busy wife and mother,  a crock pot is a mandatory cooking device for the home.  I have always had a crock pot ever since I acquired “the starter husband”. Mind you, the crock pot lasted longer than the starter husband. Continue reading “Crock Pot Easy Spaghetti Sauce”

Flavorful Italian Green Beans

For your entertaining this season, Flavorful Italian Green Beans recipe will compliment any meal. Fresh flavors surrounded by garlic, onions, bell pepper and seasonings present a tempting dish. The red and green colors in this recipe make it a lovely side dish to serve at any table. Continue reading “Flavorful Italian Green Beans”

Easy Low Calorie Baked Salmon

Easy Low Calorie Baked Salmon recipe is simple, under 200 calories per servings and tastes great. This salmon entree is easily  prepared at the last-minute and ready to put on the table before you know it. Using wild caught fresh or flash frozen salmon makes this dish hard to beat. Continue reading “Easy Low Calorie Baked Salmon”

Muffins, Meatloaves and New Chef

Muffins, meatloaves and new chef, AKA my girl are a welcome sight in my kitchen. I enjoyed watching my daughter whip up dinner for Grill Man and I to share. As much as I love to cook, I so adore enjoying other people’s “labor of love meals”. If you enjoy cooking, I don’t need to explain what hard work goes into planning, shopping, executing a meal. Let alone the clean up after the meal. Continue reading “Muffins, Meatloaves and New Chef”

Sweet Baby Lima’s

Sweet Baby Lima’s recipe is a must for your recipe box. Assuming that you have planted lima’s in your garden, you will love the delicate fresh flavor. I still remember shelling peas and beans with my Grandmother Louise one Summer. During my visit, her friends would sit with us for a spell in the yard and share in the work. My little ears enjoyed the adult stories as we worked on the peas and beans. Continue reading “Sweet Baby Lima’s”