Garden-Fresh Shrimp Pesto Flatbread

Flatbreads are all the rage these days. Easy to put together with endless flavor combinations, they come together quickly and make a light weeknight dinner or appetizer before main course. Continue reading “Garden-Fresh Shrimp Pesto Flatbread”

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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”

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”

Easter Brunch with Cheddar Buttermilk Biscuits, Country Ham and Local Honey

Brunch is my favorite meal on the planet, and the recipe I’m sharing today is hands-down everything I need brunch to be. My Cheddar Buttermilk Biscuits with Country Ham and Local Honey are soft, buttery, cheesy and warm. The salty country ham is sliced thin and crisped up in my cast iron skillet. I drizzle sweet honey over the top, and everything is right with the world.

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Welcome Spring with Fresh Salmon Cakes and Mango Salsa

I’ve recently had a revelation…Salmon Cakes. THIS IS AMAZING for a couple of reasons: Continue reading “Welcome Spring with Fresh Salmon Cakes and Mango Salsa”

Southern Coastal Heaven: Lobster Mac & Cheese

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This is a meal fit for a king. Seriously.

My parents were in town visiting recently, and I wanted to make a special dinner. Lobster is an expensive ingredient, but life is short and sometimes, one must indulge. Continue reading “Southern Coastal Heaven: Lobster Mac & Cheese”

Tasty Ways to Cook with Venison

 

Deer season ended in early January, and thanks to the hunting skills of my good looking husband, Kurt, we’ve got a freezer full of venison: ground and stew meat, cubed steak and sausage. Continue reading “Tasty Ways to Cook with Venison”

A Rich Tradition at Richland Baptist Church: Dinner on the Grounds

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On the first Sunday in October each year, friends and family of Richland Baptist Church gather for Homecoming service and an old fashioned Dinner on the Grounds.

On the first Sunday of October at Noon every year, my family shares the time-honored tradition of attending Homecoming and Dinner on the Grounds at Historic Richland Baptist Church, known fondly to the locals as β€œOld Richland.” Continue reading “A Rich Tradition at Richland Baptist Church: Dinner on the Grounds”

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 5 of SKG-TV: Chicken Pot Pie with Fresh Herbs

This classic Southern comfort food dish doesn’t disappoint. I use a store bought pie crust to save time, and the fresh herbs in the filling really make this chicken pot pie stand out. Enjoy! Continue reading “Episode 5 of SKG-TV: Chicken Pot Pie with Fresh Herbs”