Category Archives: Fall

Sour Cream Banana Bread

Sour Cream Banana Bread is a tried and true recipe that is sure to knock your socks off… it’s insanely delicious! If you are like me you adore any baked good then this sour cream banana bread is sure to be a repeat recipe in you house! It is so much moister than your typical banana bread and is so delicious my 3 year old tends to eat more than is probably appropriate!  This sour cream banana bread tastes amazing on its own or slathered with some butter to get all melty on it while its fresh and warm. Read More →

Ultimate Thanksgiving Recipe Roundup

With a few blinks of the eye, Thanksgiving will be here. With that comes a lot of cooking and baking to prepare a family meal for our friends and family. Each year our family does a potluck style dinner. We each help give a dish to complete a full Thanksgiving feast. I thought it would be fun to create a Thanksgiving recipe roundup. You can find all the classic dishes served at Thanksgiving all in one spot!

I have shared recipes for turkey, side dishes, and desserts, to help give you an idea of what to serve up this holiday! Read More →

How to Make Southern Beignets

If you have liked me on Facebook then you know that I have been looking forward to cool weather for weeks now. You would also know that thew main reason I wanted fall to be here so bad is for these beignets. I don’t know about you, but I love beignets. Like, a lot. And a lot of people ask me what the heck they are when I start to talk about them. 😯 WHAT!? So if you don’t know what they are already, they are essentially the better version of a doughnut that has been cut into a square, fried, and topped with powdered sugar. You also have to have a good cup of cafe au leit to go with it.

 

How to Make Southern Beignets| Ten at the  Table| http://tenatthetable.com

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Slow Cooker Lentil Black Bean Chili {Vegetarian}

Sometimes I find myself giggling at how fast and easy it is to make dinner using the slow cooker. You just put everything in turn it on and go! It’s that simple. I know, I know. It’s the best kitchen device ever invented! Next to a spoon. Otherwise, how would we eat our peanut butter???

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I told my brother I would help him with his school work in a second, I just had to make dinner first. He raised an eyebrow, confused. “Isn’t that going to take forever?” he asked.

I then came back with, “To quote hamlet, act III, scene III, line 92,… no!”

All I had to do was chop the carrots, and garlic (I was out of the jarred stuff), and the onion. Mix it all together with the other ingredients in a pot and turn it on!

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