Amazing Old-Fashioned Apple Butter

Apple butter holds a special place in my heart. It was my Grandma's favorite thing in the world, and I've always felt close to her when I eat this simple, silky smooth, fall treat. Apple butter doesn't have to be as hard to make as everyone says. Dump everything into your crock pot or dutch … Continue reading Amazing Old-Fashioned Apple Butter

Sweet and Spicy Green Bean Pickles

I'm an unrepentant pickle nut. At some point in the past, one of my ancestors must have had vinegar for blood because my people will pickle anything. I thought about doing something creative and unexpected with cucumbers to start, but I've been craving these green beans for weeks, so we're just gonna dive right in! … Continue reading Sweet and Spicy Green Bean Pickles

Carrot Curry Soup

I love this soup!  It's savory, rich and filling, and it's still healthy.  Carrot soup on a chilly, Fall evening is a cozy warmer for your heart. It's a great stress reliever. This soup pairs well with a roasted, green vegetable, like asparagus or broccoli. Of course, toast or cornbread is a great compliment as … Continue reading Carrot Curry Soup

Gameday Pork Chop Sliders

It's football season!  That means one thing to foodies: FOOTBALL FOOD! Gameday and tailgate food is its own unique cuisine. It's not the most healthy food, but it doesn't have to be a heart attack on a tortilla chip either. These sliders were inspired by my Best Pork Chops You'll Ever Eat, and they've been … Continue reading Gameday Pork Chop Sliders

Pumpkin Pie Filling From Scratch

If you are determined to make your pumpkin pie filling from scratch, I admire you. Hopefully, this will make it easier: Ingredients: 1 Medium-Sized Pumpkin 1 Cup Vegetable Oil 1 Pinch of Finely Ground Salt 1 12 oz Can of Evaporated Milk 1 Tablespoon of Cinnamon 1 Teaspoon of Ginger 1/2 Teaspoon of Nutmeg 3 … Continue reading Pumpkin Pie Filling From Scratch