Celebrate Cinco De Mayo with the Taco Ring

When I was growing up, taco night was super exciting. My mom would bring out this special dish we had with individual compartments for each taco topping. Continue reading “Celebrate Cinco De Mayo with the Taco Ring”

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Shrimp Scampi for the Win

Shrimp Scampi is one of the easiest and most flavorful ways to cook with shrimp. It’s a meal that feels a little fancy, and is special enough to serve to company. I made it for my husband, Kurt and I, on Friday night and served it with crispy french bread and a salad to round out the meal. The red pepper flakes add a little kick and the sauce is killer! Continue reading “Shrimp Scampi for the Win”

BLTs Turned Up a Notch

April is National BLT month, and it just so happens that one of my signature recipes takes this classic sandwich to the next level with spicy pimento cheese and fried green tomatoes. Continue reading “BLTs Turned Up a Notch”

Snow Day Comfort Food: Roasted Tomato Soup + Grilled Cheese

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January 3, 2018: My husband Kurt (right) and I enjoy snowfall in Savannah! If you look closely, you can see my little Shih Tzu, Ewok, standing inside the doorway wearing his sweater.

Today is a very rare day in Savannah, Georgia. It’s SNOWING! We received around 3 inches of pure, white fluffy snow. With freezing temperatures outside, this called for a special lunch inside. Continue reading “Snow Day Comfort Food: Roasted Tomato Soup + Grilled Cheese”

Iced Pumpkin Cookies Tantalize the Senses

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Iced Pumpkin Cookies are filled with dried cranberries, granola, white chocolate chips and warm spices.

Isn’t it funny how powerful our senses can be? My family takes a trip to the Tennessee Mountains every fall and you can’t drive very far up there without seeing a pancake house. The smell alone puts me in a good mood.  On a cool mountain morning, who can pass up the scent of crispy bacon, cane syrup and stacks of buttery, fluffy and warm silver dollar pancakes?  Continue reading “Iced Pumpkin Cookies Tantalize the Senses”

Episode 6 of SKG-TV: Perfect Sweet Tea Every Time

“Sweet tea should not be like drinking cane syrup. It is meant to be a refreshing, cold beverage that does not put you into a diabetic coma.” – Rebekah on Perfect Sweet Tea Every Time, Episode 6 of SKG-TV

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Episode 4 of SKG-TV: Grilled Panzanella Salad

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Grilled Panzanella is an Italian salad that celebrates summer’s garden bounty. 

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Take-Along Sugar Berries with Fresh Mint

Breakfast during the work week is often compromised by too little time. The truth is, I often fall prey to the drive thru at my local coffee shop, ordering a blueberry scone and a $7 latte, then I’m off to the Office. Continue reading “Take-Along Sugar Berries with Fresh Mint”

What to Cook This Week: Italian Chicken in Red Wine

One of the skills I’m learning in culinary school is how to fabricate meats. What once was a very intimidating process, is now a proficient experience. I can honestly say I’m comfortable with butchering a whole chicken! Continue reading “What to Cook This Week: Italian Chicken in Red Wine”

5 Farmers’ Market Recipes to Make Right Now

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Poor Robin Gardens from Screven, County is one of my favorite vendors to purchase produce from at the Statesboro Mainstreet Farmers’ Market. Meet Ricardo, the farmer!

The return of the Farmers’ Market for me each season is just about as exciting as Christmas Day. With fresh herbs and local produce on my mind, I love getting up on Saturday morning, throwing on my yoga pants, a tank top, a pair of favorite flip flops and my over-sized sunglasses and heading out the door. Sometimes, I even pack up my 11-pound Shih Tzu, Ewok, and we ride with the radio up and the windows down on the way.  Continue reading “5 Farmers’ Market Recipes to Make Right Now”