It’s been a long while since I’ve let the joy of cooking work it’s magic on me. I bought an ingredient I don’t often cook with and tried a new recipe recently. Chicken Scarpariello with… More
Busy weekends or weekdays call for slow-cooker recipes! This Mexican Chicken Chili is so easy to put together and as flavorful as it gets. You don’t even have to brown the chicken first! Warm and comforting, the tender chicken, after cooking all day, literally falls apart with the touch of a fork. Topped with sour cream, sharp cheddar, crunchy tortilla chips and fresh parsley, this chili is light and satisfying. For a complete meal, serve with warm dinner rolls. Continue reading “Slow-Cooker Mexican Chicken Chili”
When the weather starts to feel like fall in Savannah, it isn’t long before my husband, Kurt starts requesting pot roast for dinner. When we were dating, I needed a tire changed on my car. When Kurt came to the rescue, I said, “What do I owe you?” With that sweet Southern boy charm, he smiled and said, “Three pot roast dinners will do it.” He has always loved pot roast. Continue reading “Kurt’s Favorite Pot Roast”
Rebekah Lingenfelser is a food enthusiast, writer and top ten finalist on Season 14 of Food Network Star. Catch her episode and recipe recaps below and tune in to Food Network on Sundays at 9 PM to watch her in action! Check back here for updates as the season continues. For business or media inquires, email SKGFoodBlog@gmail.com or visit RebekahLingenfelser.com. Continue reading “Food Network Star Diaries”
This is one delicious homemade soup, perfect for chilly winter days or a quick weeknight meal. For an extra flavor boost, add a bouquet garni during simmering. Continue reading “Roasted Tomato Soup with Grilled Cheese Croutons”
It wouldn’t be a holiday par-tay without sausage balls! You can use venison sausage or Italian sausage for this recipe. The secret to GREAT sausage balls is the size of your scoop. Use a melon baller for consistency. The sausage balls shouldn’t be any larger than 1-inch, otherwise, they’ll be dry, golf ball texture and no one wants to bite into that. These tiny sausage balls are bite-size heaven. Cheesy and moist with a little kick, the hot honey mustard sauce is a Some Kinda Good compliment. Continue reading “Pimento Cheese Sausage Balls with Hot Honey Dipping Sauce”
This festive Cranberry Gingerbread Cake is topped with fresh, sweetened whipped cream and garnished with “snow-capped” rosemary trees. I made it as the grand finale to our family dinner on Christmas Eve. With a steaming cups of hot coffee, the cake was devoured. Moist and packed with gingerbread flavor, make this dessert for a showstopping holiday treat. Continue reading “Festive Cranberry Gingerbread Cake”
My great grandma Elnora passed away when I was 13-years-old. She loved sweet potato biscuits and passed on her love of these fluffy, soft delights to my Grandma Dot, Mom and me! They are delicious eaten with country ham, or spread with softened butter or apple butter. Honey and warm syrup compliment them too. With a side of bacon, there isn’t too much else I need in this world! Continue reading “Put the Happy in Holidays with Sweet Potato Biscuits”
Who doesn’t love cream cheese and graham crackers? Beware–the cold and juicy grapes in this crowd-pleaser are addictive. Thanks to my Aunt Susan for introducing me to such a fabulous recipe! Continue reading “Cold and Creamy Grape Salad”
Living on the Georgia coast, I’ve learned more than ever the importance of being prepared when natural disasters strike. In 2016, during Hurricane Matthew, we lost power for about 48 hours with no indication of when it would return. Outside, harsh winds ripped through the neighborhood, uprooting age old oak trees, snapping tall pine trees in half and wreaking havoc. In 2017, we evacuated Savannah during Hurricane Irma, and thankfully came home to minimal damage.
Continue reading “How to Cook and What to Eat During a Hurricane”
Georgia Peanut Pesto
My Georgia Peanut Pesto is Some Kinda Good tossed with pasta, spread on sandwiches, used in place of marinara for pizza sauce or as a dip! Freezes well and keeps in the refrigerator. Continue reading “Georgia Peanut Pesto”
What’s that old adage, “Anything worth having is worth working for?” That truth most definitely applies to the big news I’m sharing today and the recipe. I usually enjoy simple meals that don’t require a lot of steps and a ton of ingredients, but there are a few exceptions. With a little time and patience comes reward.
Guys…I have some big news! This summer, I’m releasing my debut memoir. Check out all the details over on my website, and tune in to the video below for my official announcement. If you’re in Savannah or surrounding areas, I’m having a book launch party and you’re invited. So, mark your calendars now and I can’t wait to meet you there!
I’ve never considered myself a green thumb, but by the looks of my garden this summer, you’d never know it! Over the past few years, my husband and I have really taken a liking to gardening, and it all started with a few empty terracotta pots we found in the backyard.