A hallmark of classic Southern cooking is that dishes typically take a long time (and many ingredients) to prepare. While that makes for great flavor, it isn’t always the most convenient. Enter: slow-cooker Southern recipes. By slow-cooking traditional dishes, you can cut down on prep time (and hassle) and still end up with something comforting… via … Continue reading 16 Classic Southern Dishes You Can Make in a Slow-Cooker — StyleCaster
This is an easy recipe for sweet cornbread. Cornbread is a staple in my home in the fall as goes well with chili, beef stew, and some of the more hearty soups that we enjoy as the weather cools down. Cornbread is a wonderful and easy bread to make to celebrate Lammas. It takes about … Continue reading Cornbread: Celebrating First Harvest/Lammas/Lughnasadh
I have never tried yellow watermelon, I must expand my horizons. Everything looks quite yummy.
My New Years Dinner is based on a southern tradition that I grew up with, part of the reason we have certain foods for dinner on New Year's is for the benefit that food brings us. No I am not speaking of the nutritious benefit. But other benefits. According to popular folklore we eat certain … Continue reading My New Year’s Dinner
I chose these recipes because they are easy and they use some of the foods that are a typical part of the First Harvest/Lugnasadh celebrations. Grain, Summer squash, berries,jellies and jams.The majority of the fresh ingredients may be found at your local farmer markets. If you need information on how to make jams look … Continue reading Lughnasadh Recipes 2015