Today I am sharing a quick and simple twist on traditional fried okra. My mom’s fried okra happens to be one of my most favorite things to eat in the entire world. Salty, crunchy and fried to a crisp – coated in a light cornmeal/flour …
home & garden
I am excited to share my Fall cooking class schedule! I have posted several holiday themed treats that are new tom cooking class calendar, it should be quite fun!!
Freshly picked, tender green beans are one of my favorite garden ingredients (tomatoes, squash and herbs round our my favorites list – in case you were curious).
Summer is in full swing, and for me that means I’m elbow deep in the garden. I am in the middle of year no. 4 for working my very own veggie garden and this year is (by far) the best year yet!
Cheesy Chicken Hobo Dinner! It’s that time of year — the bitter biting air has been exchanged for cool breezes, trees are budding, green grass is peeking through the winter browns, birds seem to be chirping a happier tune: and that means it is camping …
To call it “panic mode” may be a little extreme. It’s more like “pressured purpose mode” —
If you have been following me on FB and Insta, then you have been able to keep up with the sweetness of our last 2 litters of bunnies. So sorry to say
Christmas is about so much more than food — right? It’s about our faith, our family, our friends. It’s about honoring past traditions and making room for new ones all at the same time. And it’s about food.
The last week had been crammed full of fun, food and furry pets. Gracie turned 7 and that is just so hard to believe, but after a week of celebrating — it’s starting to sink in ((and coincidentally, my pants are starting to tighten)).
These bunnies are just so round and fluffy. The mommas have done such a good job taking care of their little ones.