Showing posts from January, 2015

Cranberry Raspberry Crumb Bars

. I am so happy to be guest posting for Melissa from Served Up with Love today.  I wish we lived next door to each other so we can share our recipes with a morning cup of coffee like we did at the Southern Food Bloggers Retreat.

Buffalo Chicken Bites

Buffalo Chicken Bites , mixture of chicken, cream cheese, spicy hot sauce, ranch dressing mix, baked between crescent rolls sheets.  They are a cross between a slider and hot sandwich. The best place to enjoy the most scrumptious appetizers, dips, sliders and sweet treats is at a Supper Bowl Party!

Banana Nut Bread {Granny's Recipe}

Banana Nut Bread, a classic straight from my Mother's kitchen, toasted pecans folded in a rich banana quick bread that is moist and perfectly sweet.   Now that my children are grown and married, I am the only one that eats bananas in the house.  I often buy too many bananas, and I can't eat all of them before they start turning brown.

Southern Chocolate Fudge Pie {aka Chocolate Chess Pie}

Southern Chocolate Fudge Pie  is a southern classic for sure.  The pie is the richest, most chocolaty, decadent pie you will ever eat.  Every bite is pure joy! Chocolate Fudge Pie is a classic old fashioned Southern dessert that has been around for years. Some people call this pie a chocolate chess pie.  

Peking Pork Chops

Peking Pork Chops  tenderized pork medallions, coated in a Chinese marinade and then deep fried.  But that is not the end, just before serving them dip them in a thick tangy and sweet hoisin sauce mixture. One of the first restaurants my husband likes to go to after the holidays is our local Chinese restaurant.   Peking Pork Chops are the favorite, and now I make them at home.