Spring is always an exciting time of year to kick off at-home entertaining. With the weather getting warmer, and kids soon out of school—there’s lots to celebrate! Kick off your sunny-season entertaining with two of my very favorite hors d'oeuvres: Peach and Prosciutto Crostini with Whipped Honey Ricotta AND Spring Pea Pesto Crostini.
Sean Brock of Husk Nashville recently came out with a brand new cookbook, Heritage. It's my favorite Christmas gift to give this year and before I wrapped it up, I decided to try a couple of the recipes (is that allowed? Does that make it a re-gift? Hope not!).
This Peach Caprese Salad is summer's quintessential dish. It highlights summer's best bounty: Southern vine-ripened tomatoes, fresh Georgia peaches and basil from that herb pot on the patio that has grown exponentially in the last month.
This recipe has been a long time favorite ... something so simple and yet so incredibly delicious. Ham and rolls. The ultimate comfort food.
Yesterday I brought you How to Make the Perfect Hard Boiled Egg. Today, we're using those hard-boiled eggs to make a Southern favorite—Deviled Eggs.
We had family over on Saturday night to celebrate my mom's birthday (happy birthday mom!) and I put together a cheese (and meat) platter for everyone to enjoy while I was finishing up cooking dinner.
I have posted my turkey burger recipe here before (it's one of my absolute faves). I thought that I would revamp them into sliders for this weekend's Super Bowl.
I tend to think of Guacamole as a summer-time appetizer but it also makes for a great football season staple. The grocery stores are chock-full of avocados right now—and have plenty that are ripe and ready to eat.
Continuing on my health kick (post holiday cleanse) I'm trying to incorporate more vegetables into my daily diet. It seems so easy to get my daily allotment of fruit (berries in oatmeal for breakfast, apple for a snack) but vegetables seem more difficult to work in.
Jacobs loves zucchini so I am always looking for new ways to cook it. This is such a fun recipe to serve with burgers (try my turkey burgers here) or as an appetizer. I also think that it would be a great healthy alternative at a football party! Here's the recipe!