My son loves soy sauce and my husband loves horseradish, I love Tuna Steaks. I make this often on the grill. Its done when still pink in the middle. This recipe came from Southern Livings 20th anniversary edition.Not a lot of ingredients, fast and easy!
Very colorful, beautiful and delicious treat for brunch or dinner. From Southern Living, earned their highest rating. This is not difficult but takes a little time because the vegetables are sautéed separately. I've also made this in a 13x9 pan, it's just not as pretty.
Mudbug Madness is one of my favorite festivals (Shreveport, LA). Crawfish season isn't until March and I am so ready. This is the recipe my husband and I use for our crawfish boils. Adapted from Southern Living. Posted 12-9-04.
Whew! That is some title. The peanut butter topping on this is outstanding. My bananas were very sweet and ripe, so I was able to get away with less sugar in the batter (I used the full amount in the topping though). From Southern Living.
I first made this for my DD, who is a major choco-holic, for her 16th birthday; she was one happy camper and we all enjoyed it very much. Recipe is from Southern Living and the blurb accompanying it reads: "...six layers of chocolate-y delight...mounded with whipped cream and sprinkled w/ nuts..."
Definitely an impressive and delicious dessert!
This is a slightly adapted version of a recent Southern Living recipe. It is so flavorful and makes a beautiful presentation. AND after making it, you'll also have a quick and easy recipe for bruschetta. Enjoy!
When one is just plain tired of chicken and/or meat this is simply divine. Credit goes to Linda King of Dunwoody, Ga. and was featured in Southern Living. This is also great for your Vegetarian guests.
This sounds so wonderful, however, if I made a batch of this I'd be the only one in my house eating it. I'm placing it here for safe-keeping and hope that someone will prepare it and let me know just how good it is. I found this in Southern Living Magazine.
I love this recipe! It came from Southern Living magazine and is one of my family's favorite. It takes a little bit of time to prepare and cook but is well worth the effort. Very unique taste with the gorgonzola and the sweetness of the onions. Enjoy!
I got this recipe from a Southern Living Magazine a couple of years ago. It was an instant favorite, and I get so many requests for the recipe that I figured I would make it easy on myself and just post it. I usually use more Old Bay, Tabasco, and scallions than it says, cause I like a little extra kick. It really is AWESOME, especially with crusty french bread.
This is a quick, easy and delicious appetizer and best yet, the topping can be made ahead and refrigerated. I think the recipe originated from Southern Living but it was given to me by a friend -- just had to have it after trying it!
This recipe is so simple you could make it in your sleep, and so good you will want to keep a jar in the refrigerator all of the time. I got the original recipe from "Southern Living, August 2004 by Ann Wilson, Bowdon, Georgia". Her recipe was simple, but I made it even easier.
My grandmother made the best black-bottom pie but she never wrote down her recipe. This recipe very closely resembles the taste and look of it. Adapted from Southern Living. 2 hour, 30 minute chill time.
This recipe is the combination of my Aunt Eileen's cake, my friend Kris' creme filling and Southern Living's Raspberry sauce. Combined it has become an incredibly decadent dessert. I make it for DH's b-day and other very special occasions. It's alot of effort but well worth it!
This was featured in the March 05 issue of "Southern Living". Tried it out last weekend and it was a HUGE hit! Don't let the amount of red pepper alarm you--you can scrape it off the skin before serving.
A do-ahead appetizer. You can 'wow' them with this one. I found this at Southern Living and this is the recipe as written. I like to use about half of the amount of blue cheese called for and I just use a 'swipe' on the bread.. not 2 tablespoons full.