Slow Cooker Italian Roast Beef Sandwich

It’s definitely slow cooker season around our house now! This is probably one of the easiest recipes that we’ve ever cooked before as well. This Italian Roast Beef Sandwich recipe is actually our version of a sandwich that we grew up eating. There was a pizza parlor called Art’s Pizza that had THE BEST roastContinue reading “Slow Cooker Italian Roast Beef Sandwich”

Cookbookies Cookbook Contest Giveaway

It’s that time again, Cookbookies! Time for another Cookbookies Cookbook Contest Giveaway! Now, all you have to do to enter is answer a simple survey poll. That’s easy enough right? Feel free to browse around the rest of the Cookbookies site while you’re here, and we hope to see you more in the future! StayContinue reading “Cookbookies Cookbook Contest Giveaway”

White Chocolate Macadamia Chex Treats

White chocolate and macadamia nuts are pretty much the perfect combination in our opinion! What better way to utilize that marriage of flavors than to add them into a delicious marshmallow cereal treat? White Chocolate Macadamia Chex Treats are a perfect and easy dessert to make with your kids and/or grandkids. Very low heat, marshmallows,Continue reading “White Chocolate Macadamia Chex Treats”

Summer Squash Slaw with Lemon Vinaigrette

Summer is just around the corner, so it’s never too early to start pulling out those light and flavorful recipes. Summer Squash Slaw with Lemon Vinaigrette is about as easy to make as it is to eat! With that being said, this slaw is definitely for the lemon lovers at the table. So, if you’reContinue reading “Summer Squash Slaw with Lemon Vinaigrette”

A Spring Drink: Pefectly Peach and Vanilla Bellini

A cool, crisp peach bellini is one of my favorite drinks to enjoy during the spring and summer months. What better way to celebrate the warmer evenings than with a peach and vanilla bellini drink! This sweet and fizzy drink is the perfect way to wind down and absorb all the glory of Spring. Also,Continue reading “A Spring Drink: Pefectly Peach and Vanilla Bellini”

The Easy Ingredient: Frozen Pepper and Onion Blend

If you’re looking for an easy ingredient that you should always have on hand, then look no further than a frozen pepper and onion blend. I love cooking with fresh ingredients whenever possible. However, sometimes during a a busy week of work and chorses, sometimes you just need to save time whenever possible. This ingredientContinue reading “The Easy Ingredient: Frozen Pepper and Onion Blend”

The Easy Ingredient: Frozen Bread Dough

Frozen bread dough is an easy ingredient that I always have on hand in my kitchen. My mother introduced this kitchen hack to me about a year ago, and I’ve been hooked on it ever since. If you’re like me, you love the luxury of fresh homemade bread. However, making bread from scratch can sometimesContinue reading “The Easy Ingredient: Frozen Bread Dough”

Social Distancing: A Grocery Shopping Guide

Shopping for groceries in the age of social distancing can be quite a challenge. When is it okay to go to the grocery store? Should I have my groceries delivered? What meals can I plan for my family when grocery store shelves are empty? Although there are a lot of uncertainties, there are still aContinue reading “Social Distancing: A Grocery Shopping Guide”

Grilled Pimento Cheese with Bacon Sandwich

Sometimes you just want some grilled cheese! Mothers everywhere know the power that a grilled cheese sandwich has over a child. However, as an adult sometimes we forget to fulfill our own cravings. Not anymore! This sandwich takes classic comfort food and takes it up a notch. Southern Pimento Cheese Spread is delicious on itsContinue reading “Grilled Pimento Cheese with Bacon Sandwich”

Simple Southern Pimento Cheese Spread

Southern Pimento Cheese Spread can be found in almost any supermarket throughout the southern states. According to Southern Living, pimento cheese first gained popularity after a recipe was printed in Good Housekeeping magazine in 1908. It’s a relatively budget friendly snack or lunchtime choice, and you can find it on almost any table at gatherings.Continue reading “Simple Southern Pimento Cheese Spread”

The Versatility and Ease of Dried Beans

Once upon a time, dried beans were overflowing on supermarket shelves. Regular supermarket shoppers would often overlook these dried gems in search of an easier option. However, these days the dried bean is a hard thing to come by. Whether it’s the long shelf life or the low cost of buying in bulk, shoppers areContinue reading “The Versatility and Ease of Dried Beans”

Instant Pot Cabbage, Sausage, and Potatoes

I HATED having to eat cabbage when I was a kid! However, something great happened one evening when I was studying abroad in Spain. My host mother, Nati, brought me a huge bowl of red cabbage to eat while we practiced my Spanish conversation skills. I don’t know if it was spanish chorizo sausage, theContinue reading “Instant Pot Cabbage, Sausage, and Potatoes”

5 Kitchen Tools Every Home Needs

I was a little hesitant about writing any kind of “list post” for my blog. However, I realized this would be a great opportunity to share what kitchen tools have been most beneficial to me. Although some of these tools might seem like quite the investment, I assure you they are worth it. I trulyContinue reading “5 Kitchen Tools Every Home Needs”

Cocoa Pebbles Peanut Butter Truffles

Cookbookie: Who doesn’t love Cocoa Pebbles?! While wandering the aisles of what felt like a half empty grocery store, I was looking for anything that I might be able to make this weekend. I noticed that the cereal aisle was still pretty full, so I headed down that direction and decided it was time toContinue reading “Cocoa Pebbles Peanut Butter Truffles”

Creamy Baked Chicken Alfredo

Cookbookie: It seems the most responsible thing to do these days is “social distancing”. In order to avoid going to the grocery store unnecessarily, sometimes we have to get a little more creative with the ingredients that we have on hand in our pantry. I whipped this little creation together this evening in an effortContinue reading “Creamy Baked Chicken Alfredo”

Rachael Ray 50: Memories and Meals from a Sweet and Savory Life

Food memories can evoke some of the strongest emotional reactions in us. I grew up in a small town in Indiana that had a ketchup factory, and every year during the early fall, the entire town would smell like roasting tomatoes. I no longer live in that town, but every once in a while, I’llContinue reading “Rachael Ray 50: Memories and Meals from a Sweet and Savory Life”