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...
This is a super simple peach cobbler recipe I learned in the fire house. It has 4 ingredients (including the pan) and is so easy, even a firefighter can do it!!!
Make that steamy, sweet apple pie you remember from Grandma's house in your toaster oven.
A great dessert for two (or for a small family) that beginning cooks can make.
Enough with the cold cuts! Make yourself meat for a hot sandwich in your toaster oven.
A classic side dish made very simple. That magical food, bacon, provides the flavor. Adapted from the 1910 Manual for Army Cooks.
A slight Southwestern flavor for this picnic bean salad, with red pepper and black beans as part of the mix.
Instead of using canned beans, try making your salad from dried ones. Takes longer, but the beans are crisper and less mushy. You (and your cookout guests) will be glad you made the effort.
This easy holiday cocktail comes in sugar-rimmed glasses, spreading sweetness and warming your guests' hearts.
Biscuits stuffed with chicken, jalapenos, and cream cheese mixture, GREAT for parties!
Wow your friends by making this delicious Asian appetizer at home.
Punch up canned baked beans with a healthy dose of bacon, bbq sauce, and hot sauce.
A light and fluffy summer dessert salad that is so good you will want to eat it first!
Here is an easy-to-make topping that takes very little time, effort and ingredients.
This easy Greek appetizer is a great spread for crackers.
Ready to try something new wrapped in bacon? Of course you are. Persimmons usually come into season in the winter--you can usually find them at supermarkets when they're in season, but if not, try a local ethnic market.
I'm no chef and neither is my mom, but when it's time for a mac and cheese throw-down, we can hold our own. Forget the cheese sauce and bread crumb topping...because while it may be tasty it ain't real mac and cheese. This recipe features cheese, cheese, and more cheese. Let's begin.
No cooking, no fuss, and almost no mess, you can put this simple dip together just before a party--or even if you're alone, just before kickoff for a game-long snack.
Simple meatballs get a boozy boost from a sweet, savory, smoky whiskey sauce. (Inspired by david's "Cosmic Meatballs.")
Nice lil mix of flavors. Little sweet, little kick, little Asian, little traditional wing flavor. So tender they fall off the bone.