Those who know me well know that I slog through the heat and humidity of Florida summers. . .but it’s all worth it when Fall hits and we enjoy cooler temps and low humidity levels! Ahhh. . .now is the time to turn off the A/C, open the windows, and embrace our beautiful, Spring-like weather….
New England Clam Fritters
Fritters are basically small cakes made from a batter of milk, egg, cornmeal or some type of flour, plus their primary flavor ingredient (corn, apple, potato, zucchini, clam, etc.). They can be deep-fried or pan-fried, sweet or savory, flat or round. They’re flavorful, a little crunchy, tender, with bits of whatever that primary ingredient is….
Southern Style Cornbread
During a recent trip to Nashville to visit dear friends, I finally got to meet one of my blog’s biggest fans, with whom I had been corresponding for some time. Jeanette is an octogenarian who was born in Mississippi and has lived much of her adult life in Nashville, so she knows a thing or…
Spicy Pumpkin Bread
It’s a gloomy, rainy day in southwest Florida due to a front coming through, but hopefully it will bring some cold, holiday-type air with it! Despite my strong desire to simply curl up on the couch with a blanket and my cats, I decided to be somewhat productive and headed to my kitchen. So, with…
Boston Brown Bread
As a kid, it was a magical thing to watch my mom make this Boston Brown Bread. It was steamed in a coffee can or an old B&M Beans can (apparently, this is the ideal size, according to my mother). Sure, she could have bought an already-cooked bread in a can at the grocery store,…