Adding a dab of raspberry jam to these melt-in-your-mouth butter cookies transforms them into an otherworldly delicacy. These are household favorite because they are easy, inexpensive, and delicious!
Luxury bath salts are quite simple to make at home, much cheaper than store-bought, and they make excellent gifts. This article will teach you how to make bath salts, what the various ingredients used in bath salts are, how to formulate your ingredients for different results, and how to package...
This method of grilling corn on the cob in the husk gives you moist, buttery corn with a smokey taste. It's a perfect side dish for a summer party or the Fourth of July.
My husband has been trying to perfect a Southern biscuit recipe for years, and now he has finally got it. These biscuits are so light and fluffy they practically float right off the plate.
This snack is surprisingly addictive, easy, nutritious, and great for kids! The applesauce gives fiber and vitamins, the cottage cheese gives calcium, riboflavin, and protein, and the cinnamon on top completes the taste.
Fajitas are traditionally prepared with beef, but if you would like a healthier version with less fat, this chicken fajita version of the traditional dish is for you.
Muscadine grapes are native to the American South, are usually twice as large as their more common European counterparts, and have a dark purple, opaque skin with a sweet, pale, greenish-white inside.
Coconut chess pie is delicious on its own, but I developed this recipe incorporating my favorite complement to coconut: chocolate! This coconut chocolate chess pie makes a wonderfully rich dessert.
If you are a fan of asparagus, you will love this simple but flavorful recipe using a savory marinade and brown garlic sauce.
Cooked incorrectly, tofu can turn out slimy and flavorless. My special method uses dry-frying and marinating, resulting in firm, flavorful tofu that leaves even meat-eaters impressed.