Take-out Tuesday, Acorn Squash Glazed with Maple, Bleu Cheese & Pecans

If you are still planning your Thanksgiving menu, this squash dish is worth considering     First of all it’s REALLY easy  💅     Secondly, it only takes minutes to prepare   🕐       And third it’s insanely good!  Win Win Win!  🎰 Before we go any further, let me just say that … Continue reading

Take-out Tuesday, Easy as pie Danish or Dessert

I wanted to make the famous bread pudding with whiskey sauce from the Grand Hotel this month,     but I had a half jar of pecan pie filling, leftover from Pecan Pie Salted Caramel Cupcakes, that was begging to be used…   And a can of crescent rolls…     Which would make this … Continue reading

Recipe Box, Sticky Bun Biscuit Wreath

Do you have a traditional Christmas morning breakfast casserole?  Even so, you’ll want to add this fast and delicious Sticky Bun Biscuit Wreath to your menu!     It goes together in minutes, bakes quickly, and is sure to put a big smile on everyone’s face  😋     You can eliminate the bacon if … Continue reading

Holidays, Southern Scalloped Pineapple with Pecans

The table is set     In orange and blue       There’s plenty of cooking still left to do~     With everything in place for the venue, all that was left was choosing the menu     The menu that won, was the one above, from my son     But Thanksgiving … Continue reading

Take-out Tuesday, Lazy Day Grape Salad

This salad is an old fashioned favorite that appears at many luncheons, showers, teas,  pot lucks and BBQs It goes together in minutes, keeps for several days in the fridge, and is usually the first dish to be gobbled up on the buffet The quantities are easily adjusted, you can make enough for 2 or … Continue reading

Recipe Box, Stuffed Peach Salad with Balsamic Drizzle

Interested? This salad looks fancy schmancy but is a snap to make Peel fresh ripe peaches [drop in boiling water for 1 minute for easing peeling]  and cut in half.  Remove pits Fill cavities with chopped pecans, dot with butter, about 1/4 of a pat, and sprinkle with brown sugar That might sound a little … Continue reading

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