South Carolina Peaches

Disclaimer – I began this blog post over a month ago when it was still prime peach season in South Carolina. But, then I started either nesting or napping during most of my free time. Then we took our annual summer trip to Maine. Now it’s practically mid-August and the only peaches to be found … More South Carolina Peaches

Mexican Street Corn

Corn has never been a vegetable commonly found in our home. Every now and then creamed corn shows up on my grandmother’s table, and honestly, it’s one of those foods that I can take or leave, depending on my level of hunger. Corn on the cob hasn’t been an option for me since an accident in the 8th grade … More Mexican Street Corn

Savory Sweet Potatoes

Over the past couple of weeks, we have been blessed with an unusual amount of time with family. First, my in-laws visited us for a long weekend, and then a few days later we went to South Carolina to see both of our families for Labor Day weekend. Per usual, when we get together with family or friends, … More Savory Sweet Potatoes

Roasted Brussel Sprouts with Lemon Yogurt Sauce

Great news, you guys! I have finally uncovered the secret to a man’s heart. It’s a method that works especially well when you really need for him to agree to something he may otherwise not. For example – buying a puppy. Whatever your problem is, the solution is roasted brussel sprouts served with lemon yogurt sauce. I would also recommend throwing a little … More Roasted Brussel Sprouts with Lemon Yogurt Sauce

Mashed Cauliflower

Let’s talk about mashed cauliflower. Recipes have been circulating around for a while now about this dish, praising it as the “low carb, low calorie alternative” to potatoes. The “healthy version” of comfort food. It’s even been referred to as “mock” mashed potatoes! While, yes, it could technically be any of those things, it’s also just really, dang … More Mashed Cauliflower

Summer Salad with Apple Cider Vinaigrette

It’s the first day of September. College football starts this week and Oktoberfest beers are already filling the shelves. Before you know it, we’re going to be pulling out our boots and scarves (even in South Florida’s 80 degree weather, believe me) and searching for pumpkin anything recipes. Why? Because we all love everything that is fall. I’m convinced that the only negative to the … More Summer Salad with Apple Cider Vinaigrette