A soda and a cake... this is every kid's dream come true, right? With the few amount of ingredients it takes to make this cake, it's like a #ThrowbackThursday showing how Grannies were making "insanely easy" cakes before anyone ever thought about putting them on a blog. . . .
Summer has officially decided to come back into our lives, and it is hot y'all. I love it, though, because I'd rather be hot than to be an icicle. I do, however, have a remedy ease those heat induced sweat beads rolling all around and even where the sun don't shine. This sweet tea recipe will . . .
Do y'all remember the big saying a few years back about how Feta (cheese) make everything better? Yea? Well, I agree. Feta cheese is Greek in origin, and it was originally only make from sheep's milk or a sheep-goat milk mixture. Read more about feta cheese and its history on wikipedia. Feta . . .
Let's talk true Texas food right now. I recently had a hamburger from LSA (Lone Star Attitude) Burger Co. It was so good that I couldn't believe it. After taking that first timid bite, I kind of just stared at it in amazement! And then I gobbled it down. The end. Jk, jk you's guys =) . . .
Valentine's Day is less than 48 hours away. Are you feeling that last minute surge of "oh my gosh" running through your veins now? I am! Do you need a treat to whip up for the Big Heart Day, but don't want to go crazy with it? How about using this Quakers Oats quick No Bake Cookies recipe? It . . .
Let it Snow And snow, and snow, and snow. Throw some ice in it. So that winter storm has died down over the past few days and the roads and sidewalks are clear enough for you to travel safely. Or so the city and school officials say *side eye to the max.* Well, slide yourself on down to Wally . . .
smothered potatoes: true southern comfort food Want an anytime dish that goes well with almost anything you cook? Be it with eggs & toast, pork chops & mac-n-cheese, or as an after midnight snack, smothered potatoes are one tasty little treat! My version of my papa's recipe reminds me of . . .