Aside from the terrible name, these sandwiches are delicious. They’re super easy and great party food. The traditional recipe is ham and Swiss, but roast beef with cheddar and turkey and muenster are also fantastic. For the sandwiches: 24 King’s Hawaiian Rolls (2 12-roll packages) 24 slices deli sliced Honey Ham 24 slices deli sliced […]
These cheese fries are easy to make and amazing. Another successful Pinterest find. They’re perfect for watching football or as a party-sized appetizer. Gather: 1 package of frozen fries or tater tots 2 cups of shredded Cheddar cheese 6 sliced of cooked bacon, diced 1/2 cup of sour cream 1/4 cup of milk 2 tbsp. […]
This dip was inspired by Mac who was wandering in the kitchen looking for food. And what’s not to like? We have cheese, bacon, ranch dressing. All good in this hood.
I nominate myself for the longest blog post title of the year award.
I saw this Krusteaz mix on my Ibotta app and decided to try it out. After some brainstorming in my pantry, I decided to try a chicken Alfredo flatbread. 1 box of Krusteaz flatbread mix (I chose the garlic and onion version) 1 jar of Alfredo sauce (we like Classico’s light version) 1 cup of cooked […]
I really can’t claim any sort of creative genius in this recipe. My mom has made these my whole life, and it doesn’t seem to be an uncommon recipe, either (though my mom’s are the best). But they are super tasty and are great in the Crock Pot or for parties. Enjoy!
This particular spinach-artichoke chip is chunky, cheesy, and delicious. It’s easy to whip and a hit at parties. And thanks to Cabo Fish Taco in Blacksburg, I am now incapable of eating spinach-artichoke dip with anything other than pita wedges. This recipe also divides well. Spinach-artichoke dip 1 can of artichoke hearts, diced 2 packages […]
Every good Southern cook has a recipe for pimento cheese. It’s one of those classics that is eaten everywhere from church dinners to the Masters, and it’s utterly delicious. Gather: 1 cup of real mayonnaise (not Miracle Whip) 1 8 ounce block of sharp or extra sharp Cheddar cheese 1 jar of pimentos, drained 1/2 […]
Junior League had a membership open house over the weekend, and I volunteered to make this dip from our League cookbook. It’s a great tailgating dip and would be great for cold weather games. I paired it with corn and blue corn tortilla chips.
Y’all, this dip is like crack. It’s utterly addicting and oh so popular. I made a batch for our tailgate over the weekend, and everyone who tried it swooned. Make it today, try it tomorrow, and then tell me how much you love it. If anyone proposes marriage after trying it, you must name your […]