Casseroles & Comfort Food

Simply the World’s Easiest Mac ‘N’ Cheese

You’ve probably seen those recurring posts for slow cooker mac ‘n’ cheese? They look SO easy, but do they actually work? After all, when it comes to cooking, “easy” doesn’t always equal “good.” I’m here to tell you that the idea of slow cooker mac “n” cheese not only works, it’s brilliant! I’m never making […]

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Beginners Guide to Gluten-Free (and a Tasty Recipe for GF Rhubarb Scones)

  All of my kids are celiacs. When the first son got the diagnosis, I was completely overwhelmed. HOW can I feed my family without bumping into wheat? It’s in everything! Then my own doctor finally convinced me that although I wasn’t experiencing the GI issues that my kids were suffering with, statistically it was […]

Breakfasts

Old-School Crunchy & Gooey Apple Crisp

Black-eyed peas and greens are mandatory for New Year’s Day in the South. Yes, we had them yesterday with cornbread. I wasn’t going to post yet another recipe when the internet was filled with black-eyed pea recipes, but my concoction was SO good that the Official Recipe Taster kept saying,”You really should post this,” as […]

Gluten-Free

Curried Eggplant with Garbanzo Beans and Spinach

I absolutely freakin’ love Indian food. Unfortunately, I have not had a great amount of success in replicating the deliciousness found at my favorite Indian food restaurant. ….until this recipe. This dish is simply omg-yum-drool-amazing and even better, it’s the easiest thing ever! Inspired, I knocked out a quick batch of naan. Don’t let the […]

Gluten-Free

The Best D*mn Vegetarian Dinner Ever

Fast. Easy. Healthy. Scrumptious! Even the Official Recipe Tester, who doesn’t think a meal is complete without meat, loved this. Now, that’s saying something! The best part of this recipe is that there is no wrong way to make this. If you don’t want to heat up the kitchen, throw it on the outdoor grill. […]

Rustic Pear Tart

There is something about Autumn that brings out the “cozy’. Wool sweaters, roaring fires, thick down comforters, and hearty peasant food. The following recipe is a perfect example of pie “gone native”…..after all, what did people do before pie pans were a buck each at the Dollar Tree? They improvised, that’s what! And with delicious […]

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