Recipe: Tangy Glaze Meatloaf

I rarely cook meatloaf. It’s mostly because I think of it as a glob of meat or a large meatball. Usually when I do make it, it’s because I’m trying to find something different to make, I can’t think of a recipe to use with ground beef, and I want to get in and out of the kitchen!  While searching for some recipes on Pinterest, I stumbled up on this…

Recipe: Southern Style White Cheddar Shrimp and Grits

I absolutely love shrimp and grits, but because I’m lactose intolerant, there’s only so much of it I can eat. Basically, how much do I want my tummy to be pissed off at me! This recipe is rich, but not as rich as it could be with tons of different cheeses and cream. What’s important is there’s butter, some cheese, and tons of flavors! Even better, I’m using ingredients that…

Recipe: Garlic Parmesan Pork Chops

Let me tell you, I love pork chops.  Yeah they’re bad for me, but they taste so good.  A lot of folks, especially in the black community stay away from pork. It may have something to do with an old bible verse. Anyway, I always think of it as the “other white meat”, at least that’s what they say in the commercials.  I can eat pork chops fried, sautéed, baked,…

Recipe: Crispy Southern Fried Chicken Wings

Fried chicken is one of America’s favorite food to eat, along with hot dogs, ice cream, and apple pie. There’s so many styles of chicken wings, bbq, grilled, sauced, or not sauced, but fried chicken wings are probably my favorite.  They’re easy to eat and you don’t have to worry about overcooking them like chicken breast, or undercooking them like chicken legs. Every year, there are multiple festivals in the…

Recipe: Deconstructed Peach Dumplings

I’ve been using a popular Peach Dumpling recipe I found on Pinterest for several years. Today, I decided to do something a little different – using part of the dumpling recipe but constructing it like a peach cobbler. For one, I don’t have to worry about unraveling the crescent rolls perfectly and then wrapping up the perfect peach slices.  That’s just too much work, and my family really doesn’t care….

Recipe: Creamy Homemade Baked Mac and Cheese

Mac and cheese is my go-to meal for quick side dishes. It’s a holiday favorite with the family. You can’t have a barbeque or a Thanksgiving meal without it. While mac and cheese is supposed to be cheesy, it shouldn’t be that you’re eating all cheese. I’m not a fan of six to eight different cheeses in one meal.  Having a couple is enough for me. It’s taken me a…

Recipe: Cajun and Lemon Pepper Salmon [Keto Friendly]

This salmon recipe is one of my favorite go-to meals on Sundays. It only takes about 17 – 20 minutes to complete. I usually serve the fish with pasta and sautéed cabbage or roasted asparagus. Plus if there are leftovers, I like to use the fish to make salmon croquettes! Quick and easy to make oven-baked salmon.

Recipe: Brussel Sprouts and Bacon [Keto-Friendly]

I used to be afraid to cook brussel sprouts, basically because I didn’t think I knew what to do. After watching a few videos on YouTube and reading other blog sites, I was able to make this dish with a breeze.  Now brussel sprouts are one of my favorite veggies to cook as a quick side dish for the family.     Keto-friendly and low-carb vegetable side dish.  

Recipe: Ham and Egg Casserole [Keto and Low-Carb Friendly]

This ham, egg, and cheese casserole is a simple and easy low carb recipe to make for breakfast or brunch. I go back and forth with eating keto and low carb. In the mornings I hate trying to figure out what can I eat for breakfast that will help me stay on my new keto lifestyle of eating, but also make it edible for the husband to enjoy it too….