30-Minute Stuffed Pepper Soup

When I was a kid, my dad made dinner very rarely and when he did there were three options — mac and cheese, sausage on the grill, or stuffed peppers. Stuffed peppers came along infrequently enough that they felt like a novelty to me and so I loved them and look back on them fondly … Read more

Butter Pecan Sheet Cake

For all you nut lovers out there, there’s one flavor combination that we think just does not get the attention it deserves. It’s salty and sweet and perfectly delicious, so why don’t more people realize how great butter pecan treats are?? Don’t worry, we’re here to give it the love it deserves and to convince … Read more

Amish Baked Custard

Among the many classic desserts out there, custards are one of the most pleasing. They’re easy to eat and have a richness that no pudding can touch thanks to a generous amount of eggs in the mix. Not surprisingly this type of dessert is often referred to as an egg custard, but it’s also called … Read more

Southern Peach Cobbler

I’ve been completely in love with cobbler since I first took a bite of my grandma’s blackberry version decades ago. As far as desserts go, it’s just such an approachable one, rustic and homey but as delicious as any highfalutin treat you can buy out of a pastry case. The combination of the doughy topping … Read more

Baklava Bundt Cake

If you’ve ever tried your hand at making baklava at home, then you know what a process it is. Layers upon layers of delicate phyllo dough, lots of butter brushing, and a homemade nut filling– it’s not for the faint of heart. If you’re craving that sweet and nutty flavor, but aren’t up for undertaking … Read more

Sloppy Joe Dip

Sloppy Joes were an absolute staple growing up in the midwest. Every family had their own preferred recipe, and frankly, they were all delicious. They’re a meal that’s easy to whip up for a crowd and loved by everyone from dad to the toddlers. That kind of popularity is hard to beat. So when I … Read more

Classic Blackberry Cobbler

One of my most treasured and deeply ingrained food memories is making Blackberry Cobbler with my grandmother. We would gather blackberries along the creek on their acreage and carry them to the house in buckets and bowls and later in the day she’d tuck them into a cobbler that I can still taste the crisp … Read more

Maid-Rite Sliders

If you have no prior experience with the Maid-Rite sandwich, no matter. One bite of these and you’ll get the idea, which means that you’ll immediately fall in love. We’re not all lucky enough to live near a Maid-Rite, after all, so let me give you the run down — A Maid-Rite sandwich is a … Read more

Chocolate Pecan Delight

You can never have too many potluck dessert dishes in your recipe collection and today we have a real fan favorite! A layered dish of a crunchy pecan crust, rich and creamy chocolate pudding, and light and fluffy cool whip topping, this Chocolate Pecan Delight is sure to please anyone with a sweet tooth. It’s … Read more

Sour Cream Cucumber Salad

A cool salad on a warm (or hot) summer day sounds like just the way to beat the heat. As much as we love fresh lettuce and veggies tossed with a vinaigrette, especially because it’s just so easy to do, we also love cucumber salad. It’s crisp and refreshing, exactly what we’re looking for when … Read more

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