Simple Fried Rice (ME)

Simple Fried Rice

I recently traveled to Bali and have been on an Asian food kick ever since. Bali is one of many islands in Indonesia and, while it does have some original foods, most tend to be based on Chinese and Indian foods that came over to the island with the local people. Fried Rice is called […]

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Herbed Ricotta Baked Eggs (ME)

Eggs, Ricotta and Parsley

If you need a simple, quick breakfast dish, this is an easy one. Just chop the herbs, whisk the eggs, place in the oven and “poof!” – breakfast. Serve with a little fruit salad and whole grain toast to round it out and get your day going. Yield: 1 Serving, multiply as needed “ME” indicates […]

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Zucchini Bok Choy Pizzas with Whole Wheat Crust (ME)

Whole wheat pizza crust loaded with fresh vegetables and cheese makes for a satisfying snack or meal anytime of year. Pizza is a comfort food in the winter, but isn’t too heavy for a summer appetizer or meal shared with salad. I’ve been making this particular crust for over ten years and it is always […]

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Radio Interview for La Vida Local on Crescent Hill Radio

Crescent Hill Radio

Recently, I was invited by my fellow food writer and friend, Lindsey McClave, to be a guest on La Vida Local, a weekly local food show on Crescent Hill Radio. I sat down for a chat with Lindsey and Mali Anderson to talk about what’s new and good in the food world of Louisville, Ky […]

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Cox’s Creek Sling – Four Roses Bourbon, Cranberry and Lime Cocktail

Four Roses Bourbon Cocktail with Cranberry and Lime

Bourbon, Cranberry Juice and Lime may be three of my most favorite things. Combine the three, make it Four Roses Bourbon and it becomes a little taste of heaven. My dad brought me a bottle of Four Roses Small Batch Bourbon for New Year’s Eve and I knew just the cocktail I’d be making. I […]

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Bourbon Sorghum Pecan Cookies for the Great Food Blogger Cookie Swap #fbcookieswap

Bourbon Sorghum Pecan Cookies

I’ve already made 3 batches of these cookies (including the initial experimental batch) and it isn’t even December yet! My friends and family have vied for the right to take extras home, and eat as many as they could for themselves. I even found partially eaten cookies lying in the pile thanks to the mouse […]

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Pumpkin Harvest Bourbon Martini

Pumpkin Bourbon Martini

Pumpkin is one of my favorite foods on the planet. At Thanksgiving, I will merrily eat (and drink) Pumpkin everything. I’ve served these texture rich, Bourbon laced drinks on a few occasions this holiday season, and they are my Thanksgiving eve drink of choice this year. Enjoy this sweet little drink and be merry, merry. […]

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GIVEAWAY Southern Living’s No Taste Like Home Cookbook and Charm City Chocolate Cake Recipe

Southern Living No Taste Like Home Cookbook

To win your own copy of Southern Living’s No Taste Like Home, please see the Giveaway options at the bottom of this post and enter to win! Southern Living has been a family tradition in my southern household for as long as I can remember. I am always excited to see the new edition on […]

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How To Organically Remove Cabbage Worms and Slugs from Your Garden

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This Fall I have a lovely garden filled with Collards, Kale, Cabbage and Swiss Chard. The only problem is all these green vegetables look tasty to certain insects and have been subject to attack over the course of the growing season. In particular, a cabbage worm invasion took an early toll on my greens when […]

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Honey Bourbon Apple Cider

Honey Apple Bourbon Cider

Being from Kentucky, I am a great lover of all things Bourbon. Finally, after taking some cocktail making classes and experimenting at home, I’m ready to add this new section, Cocktails and Libations, to my site. When thinking about a name for this section, “Libations” immediately came to mind, and then I looked up the […]

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