14 Day Coleslaw

This post may contain affiliate links.

  I first enjoyed 14 Day Coleslaw at a 4th of July party where I had the opportunity to try it and fell in love.  I called up my friend and begged the recipe which she graciously gave and now I’m sharing it with you. This is a wonderful coleslaw recipe that stays fresh and […]

Overnight Breakfast Bread

This post may contain affiliate links.

I get up pretty early in the morning but I don’t like to think about cooking for a couple of hours after I’m up. A family member shared this recipe with me that is wonderful because you mix it up the night before, then all you have to do in the morning is throw it […]

Gluten Free Chili Cornbread Skillet

This post may contain affiliate links.

Many thanks to HORMEL® Chili for sponsoring today’s story and encouraging me to try a new way to eat chili! Cornbread and chili are two things Alabamians love. Why not combine the two in an iron skillet and make us really happy? This gluten free meal is so incredibly simple thanks to Hormel Chili and […]

Raspberry Breakfast Braid with Orange Glaze

This post may contain affiliate links.

If you need easy breakfast ideas for a group or a special weekend breakfast for your family, this raspberry breakfast braid fits the bill. I made it at 2:00 AM during a bout of insomnia so it’s easy enough! Raspberry Breakfast Braid with Orange Glaze Print Raspberry Breakfast Braid with Orange Glaze Author: Jenn Prep time:  […]

Pork Schnitzel with Sweet and Sour Red Cabbage

This post may contain affiliate links.

I’ve been making this easy pork schnitzel recipe for the last 7 or 8 years. Hubs is of German descent and my father-in-law especially appreciates it when I make it during one of his visits. I’ve only been able to find all of the ingredients in one place at Publix. They always have cubed pork […]

Orange Curried Chicken with Citrus Rice

This post may contain affiliate links.

Chicken is so versatile and affordable, it’s no wonder it makes it onto the dinner table so often. I serve it as often as the next mom, but like to mix things up a little bit with creative recipes that make my family think “winner, winner chicken dinner!” instead of “chicken again?” Sunkist sent me some of […]

Hummus Stuffed Jalapenos

This post may contain affiliate links.

Stuffed jalapenos, jalapeno poppers, whatever you want to call them, this easy recipe combines several southwest flavors for the perfect appetizer. Prep the jalapeno peppers and hummus mixture ahead of time to make less work on the day of your dinner party. Of course there’s no need to wait for an event to make them. Hubs […]

Fried Tomato BLT

This post may contain affiliate links.

I’ve been wanting to make a Fried Green Tomato BLT for some time, but it’s difficult to find green tomatoes when they aren’t in season. Right now my gardener friends only have blooms on their plants, and the tomatoes sold in local stores are all ripe. Wondering if it was possible to fry a red […]

Gluten Free Apple Pie

This post may contain affiliate links.

We’ve known for several years now that Hubs has had a gluten sensitivity, and now we know why. Since his MTHFR gene mutation diagnosis last week, we’ve tried to be more serious about removing gluten from his diet. It’s bad enough to find out you’re a mutant without adding additional trauma by taking desserts away, right? […]

Southwest Chicken Salad

This post may contain affiliate links.

Chicken salad is one of those dishes I don’t make very often since I’m the only one in the house who will eat it. No accounting for taste, right? I enjoyed this Southwest Chicken Salad recipe for lunch yesterday. It was a nice deviation from my usual menu: crusts from Sweet T’s peanut butter and […]