How I make sweet tea
How I make sweet tea
Today’s post is a follow up to last week’s 6 Make Ahead Summer Cakes and I’m excited to bring you 6 cool summer pies just in time for the Fourth of July Weekend! These are tried and true, honest to goodness, old fashioned recipes that will pluck at your heartstrings and make your stomach smile. [...]
I dearly love today’s story. Katy Rose brought it home from the school library one day this past year and asked me to read it to her. We both quickly found ourselves laughing throughout the whole book, especially the ending! I hope you enjoy it as much as we did. Thank you for all of [...]
How to make some awfully good baked beans.
A cool summer cake that can be made well ahead of time is great to have on hand for a fuss free and refreshing dessert!
I LOVE how the noodles seem to take to the chili sauce perfectly and they are great for balancing out the chili spices.
Family Adventure Days began when my husband and I realized that while we were all together at home on the weekends, we weren’t actually tuning into each other as a family. With the temptations of video games, tv, and the internet at home, we decided to set aside one day each weekend (or sometimes a [...]
YES Day! Story time video fun
I still make Chow-Chow for my family and I use Granny’s old 2 gallon crock churn to salt it down overnight.
What you’ve been cooking!
Tomato Mozzarella Melts IngredientsTomatoes* Fresh Mozzarella, sliced Fresh Basil, torn (or dried basil) Kosher Salt (or table salt)InstructionsSlice tomatoes into thick slices (if using smaller tomatoes, just slice in half). Place in metal pan and sprinkle with kosher salt. Place under broiler for 3-5 minutes or in 500 degree oven for 5-7 minutes. Remove from [...]
Aunt Agnes has always brought this recipe to the family reunion and it is always one of the first things gone.
A great meal for a hot day, this Chicken Tortilla Casserole is done in under 10 minutes!
Today is the height of my “career” at Southern Plate because I get to work with Larry the Cucumber!
I hope you enjoy this week’s video! Since filming this I’ve made it twice so far for my family. I love that it only dirties up one pot and Ricky and I both love how meaty it is, too! To print this recipe after you watch the video, please click here. I love getting to [...]
This pie combines all the flavors in the Mandarin Orange Icing into the wonders of a pie.
June is National Dairy Month! To celebrate it, we were invited to visit an Alabama dairy farm courtesy of the Southeast United Dairy Association. We had a WONDERFUL family day and I’m so excited to bring you along with us in today’s post! This is Mr. and Mrs. Childers, who celebrate their 47th wedding anniversary [...]