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

How To Make Grandma’s Famous Peach Cobbler

Georgia is famous for its peaches, and perhaps one of the state’s most famous recipes is peach cobbler. Making peach cobbler from scratch is really the best way to enjoy the dish, and besides, it’s super easy to make and absolutely heavenly to eat. We don’t need to special order peaches from Georgia in order … Read more

Recipe Tin Project: Swedish Nut Cake

This may be a vintage recipe but this cake is a classic through and through. And that’s the great thing about The Recipe Tin Project – sometimes you come across a recipe that you otherwise never would have known about but can’t imagine ever doing without again. This Swedish Nut Cake is moist, thanks to … Read more

Laura Bush’s Cowboy Cookies

Since 1992, Family Circle magazine has hosted what is basically a presidential bake-off – but in print. Every election cycle, the two potential first ladies submit their best cookie recipe and readers vote on their favorite one. (And except for a few outliers this cookie bake-off tends to accurately predict the outcome of the actual … Read more

Shepherd’s Pie Soup

Shepherd’s Pie is like the ultimate meat and potatoes recipe. A meaty base full of beef and savory veggies topped with a layer of creamy mashed potatoes? Yes, please! It’s one of my go-to dinner dishes because meat and potatoes always pleases and Shepherd’s Pie is no exception. This soup takes its inspiration from that … Read more

Cowboy Cream Cheese Spread

Saddle up, we’re about to take your taste buds for a ride! Our Cowboy Cream Cheese Spread is the perfect blend of creamy, spicy, and savory goodness that’s just begging to be smeared on your favorite cornbread. This crowd-pleasing recipe comes together in a snap of your fingers, no cooked necessary. If you’re looking for … Read more

Forfar Bridies (Scottish Hand Pies)

The concept of a hand pie is popular all around the world, from British pasties to Latin American empanadas to Haitian beef patties. Each one has the same core concept: a filling (often of meat) is wrapped in dough and then baked. In that same vein these Scottish hand pies, called forfar bridies locally, have … Read more

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