Absolutely the best pecan pie ever! What's more Southern than pecan pie? How about one that only takes 5 minutes to prepare?! Pecan pie even a New Yorker can enjoy...
An easy and delicious way to liven up a boxed cake mix. A huge hit at parties.
A tasty, easy to bake muffin that is reminiscent of a coffee cake.
The only bad thing about these granola bars is how fast they disappear! I have to ration my kids on these things!
I swear, no rabbit meat! It's a flavored cake in the shape of a rabbit's face with cream cheese and coconut frosting.
When you're making pumpkin bread for just a few people, try this simple recipe for the toaster oven.
Spicy, cheese waffles from scratch? Now that's a manly way to start your morning.
Don't just have coffee with breakfast--put coffee in breakfast with this gravy to serve over biscuits.
This easy cake, flavored with whiskey, is the perfect cake for the bourbon fan's birthday.
Beginning cooks tend to get a little intimidated about sauces, but they really are simple. This is a basic white sauce with a handful of herbs added and it'll impress the hell out of your guests!
Create your own pizza with this simple recipe for homemade pizza dough and simple toppings.
Ready for a tasty project? Make your own dough and top with Italian sausage and veggies.
A hearty mix of Italian-style dumplings and hearty steak.
Stuffed up? This sucker will clear you out. Hot horseradish dumplings make for a hearty and spicy chicken soup.
The star of Spartacus revealed his favorite meatloaf recipe in an airline magazine in the 1970s. Try it out yourself and see if it makes you ready for gladiating.
Have this classic Italian sauce out in the open-air. This simple recipe can be cooked in minutes over the camp fire and served over your favorite pasta and veggies.
A basic beef stew develops amazing flavors as it slowly cooks in your Dutch oven. Your family will devour this, or you'll be eating it for weeks.
Say goodbye to boring cornbread! Inside this corny loaf lay little green specks of magic, in the form of minced jalapenos. Your taste buds will thank you.
If cornbread is Southern, this really ups the ante. Mexican flavors like cumin and onion turn your cornbread into a trip across the border.
If you're lucky enough to be camping, you can make this over a hot fire. It's almost as good made in your oven.