Handmade Holidays: Minty Triple Chocolate Cookies

minty chocolate cookies

Handmade Holidays: Minty Triple Chocolate Cookies Hey, hey, hey friends! We made it to the end of the week and I dare say we should CELEBRATE! This week has been a doozy for me and by golly I’m just exhausted. I am so grateful that the Tigers aren’t playing this weekend and I get the […]

Grandma’s Holiday Pralines

praline holiday desserts

“From coast-to-coast, there is something universally common about our relationship with food. It’s more than just the food we eat and the way we nourish our bodies. It’s the way we feel when our food is shared and the manner in which we connect with others over a shared meal. But perhaps most importantly is […]

Devil’s Food Cake with Chocolate Fudge Frosting

Devil's Food Cake with Chocolate Fudge Frosting

You guys may recall my participation with the Taste of Home Cooking School several months ago when I had the opportunity to join the Southern casino circuit for the brand and honestly, it was a ton of fun. Tiring, but lots of fun. I’ve now been to four different shows and the enthusiasm the culinary specialists […]

Thanksgiving Shrimp & Cornbread Muffins

Thanksgiving Shrimp & Corn Muffins

This post is brought you to on behalf of the Grain Foods Foundation, however all opinions are entirely my own. In case you didn’t know it, Thanksgiving is in 10 days. I reminded you yesterday that we had only 11 days left, but I’m thinking I’ll post each day and count it down for you. Oh, […]

Holiday Floor Cleaning Singing

Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Family

I’m happy to have partnered with O-Cedar for today’s post brought to you by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser however all opinions are entirely my own. #CleanForTheHolidays #CollectiveBias With Thanksgiving in a mere 11 days, it’s time to start thinking about Holiday preparations and all the cooking and cleaning that come along with it.  And […]

Talk Turkey To Me

Holiday Turkey

I have a confession to make. I have never, ever baked a turkey all by myself. Want to know something else? I have always been deathly afraid of baking a turkey all by myself for fear that it wouldn’t turn out. So silly. Luckily, not everyone shared in my death by turkey fears and we’ve […]

Creamy Shrimp & Sweet Corn Soup

Creamy Corn & Shrimp Soup

Creamy Shrimp & Sweet Corn Soup / Aimee Broussard In the town I grew up in there was this quaint little café that was only open for lunch and had the best Cream of Shrimp soup. They served the soup in demi cups with your choice of one of their croissant sandwiches. Birthdays, baby announcements, […]

Pumpkin Pie Latte

Pumpkin Pie Latte

I recently partnered with Nestle on behalf of Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser, however all opinions are my  own. #CollectiveBias #Feast4All I think THE most exciting thing about Fall is the surge of holiday fragrances that take over our lives. I look forward to pumpkin everything all year long. Pumpkin scented candles, pumpkin pie, pumpkin lattes….And its […]

Mason Jar Apple Pie a la Mode

Mason Jar Apple Pie a la Mode

All I wanted was a slice of Apple Pie. I had plenty of apples left over from last weekend’s Apple Pie cocktails and I was desperately needing to do something with them. I took the easy way out and picked up some pie crusts. I was all set. I pulled out my favorite Old-Fashioned Apple […]

Spooky Dinner Party

spooky halloween dinner party

Happy Halloween! Grab a seat and let’s chat about Halloween decor that doesn’t have to be so, well, Halloween along with how I recently decorated for a Spooky Dinner Party. I think when you’re having guests over for dinner and there’s an impending holiday, whether official or not, you’re tempted to decorate for said “holiday” […]