I am pretty proud of my meatloaf recipe, so when my son the meatloaf conniseur suggested we try this recipe featured in food network magazine I was pretty skeptical. I still love my meatloaf recipe, but this one is pretty spectucular too.
My husband was hesitant to eat eat grits but loved this recipe from the Pioneer Woman Ree Drummond's cookbook. Most people eat grits at breakfast but they make a great dinner side dish as well.
if you like a little spice in your food, try with chopped jalepenos or green chilies
This warm, comforting, gooey dish puts you so much in the mind of autumn. A great way to impress all of those out of town guests this holiday season.
to make it a vegetarian entree, simply omit the italian sausage
This recipe couldn't be more southern if you tried. My grandmother used to make it when I was little. It appears at potlucks and church suppers all through the south. This is my adapatation. You can use leftover cornbread if you have it. You can make the salad ahead of time and just pour the dressing over directly before serving.