Category: Sunday Dinner
Valentine’s Day Dinner: Bourbon-Mustard Glazed Pork Chops
Growing up in the south, I’ve eaten my fair share of pork chops. Mostly fried and always overcooked, pork chops are a southern staple. However, with USDA lowering the safe cooking temp of pork to 145°F in May of 2011, juicy pork is more popular than ever! For me, I still love a good bone-in […]
Easy Easter Sides: Skillet Green Beans with Citrus #SundaySupper
On this year’s menu, we’re going fresh, bright, and simple with a light, simple green bean side dish that is quick and loaded with flavor, but these aren’t just any old green beans. These green beans are blanched to keep them green and quickly sauteed in a skillet with fresh citrus segments, giving them just enough time to bathe in all that citrus glory.
Busy Mom’s Guide to Southern Comfort Food…Chicken & Dumplings
Nearly every country and culture has their own version of chicken noodle soup. In the south, chicken noodle soup is a bit different. Our chicken & dumplings, aka “chickn’ dumplins”, is a serious matter.
Dinner for Two: Peppered Chicken with Saffron Polenta #SundaySupper
I need to be as comfortable cooking for two as I am cooking for four.
Southern Sweet Tea Brined Chicken Biscuit Sandwich #NationalSandwichDay
The real name of this sandwich was “Sweet Tea Brined Cornbread Crusted Chicken Biscuit with Fried Egg,” and the more accurate description is even longer. However, the sandwich itself, regardless of name length, is one cohesive, Southern-inspired, piece of heaven, and while it seems difficult to make, it’s actually quite easy. **My tip is to […]
Ravioli with Prosciutto & Arugula #SundaySupper
Easy Weeknight Pasta Dinner in under 30 minutes
Slow Cooker Comfort Food: Pork & Lentil Stew #SundaySupper
Slow cooker recipe for pork stew with lentils.
Loaded Taco Tots with #SundaySupper
Tater Tots topped with taco fixings. Perfect dinner for kids.
Chicken with Creamy Lemon Caper Sauce & Roasted Asparagus #SundaySupper
For most working moms, chicken is a staple. Whether boneless skinless, whole, or even nuggets, we all have it in our freezer, and let’s face it. We have it, because we know our kids will eat it. They’re programmed from birth to love chicken nuggets and many are taught that any new protein, “tastes like […]