#First Recipes


ALMOND BRITTLE and PECAN BRITTLE

By Jewel Hall
If you like peanut brittle you will love almond and Pecan Brittle. I usually make a...

THE FIRST TOSSED SALAD circa-1390-RICHARD II COURT

By Nancy J. Patrykus
From the oldest known treatise on cooking in the English language comes this recipe for salad. The...

Individual Pumpkin Pie Pots

By Andy Anderson !
So, you love a good pumpkin pie; however, you’re not a big fan of that soggy...
Game Day Recipes for a Winning Weekend

Game Day Recipes for a Winning Weekend


Fall has arrived and football season has kicked off. Living in the South, on Saturday and Sunday we live and breathe football. Watching our favorite teams play is a family activity and, of course, we need to have some tasty game day food. “These poppers make a great dish for snacking while watching the game […]

26 Treasured Old-School Recipes

26 Treasured Old-School Recipes


What’s old is new again! While experimenting in the kitchen is fun, there is something about old-school, tried and true recipes that have our heart. Old-fashioned recipes have the ability to transport our taste buds to simpler times. From pound cake to banana pudding, biscuits to clam chowder, they’re made with simple ingredients and always […]

Recipes That Use Rotisserie Chicken

Recipes That Use Rotisserie Chicken


Need a shortcut to get a weeknight dinner ASAP? Substituting rotisserie chicken in a recipe is the perfect way to save time and effort. Instead of fretting about dinner, these flavorful gems of rotisserie greatness are every parent’s secret weapon to make meals stress-free. Not only is rotisserie chicken a healthier quick-dinner option, but it […]