Sometimes life provides you with serendipity. On my blog’s Instagram page I posted a poll asking if my next post should be something healthy or naughty. Turns out about 70% of people wanted to see something decadent. Right after I posted this it was time to start planning what to make for the Fourth of July. And maybe it’s obvious, but a kickass burger felt like the only way to go.
To me Juicy Lucy’s are a special burger because it’s like the savory version of a Hostess cupcake and its hunt for the cream filling. But instead of chocolate and cream we have meat and cheese, and I’m not the slightest bit mad at that. Topped off with homemade pickles and a honey dijonnaise we have the perfect bite of meaty, cheesy, creamy, crunchy, and tangy. For a burger that creates a full on sensory experience look no further. Continue reading “Juicy Lucy”
Don’t be fooled, South Carolina actually produces more peaches than Georgia. Not only do we have plenty of peaches here, but they’re also obscenely good. Like juice dripping down your arm and off your chin onto your chest good. As we come to the end of summer I wanted to create a dish to celebrate the peach in all its glory.
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A fact about me: Dinner parties are my ish. I love attending them, I love hosting them, but most of all I love making unreasonable amounts of food for them. One time I attended a potluck for the opening of a local music venue and had to use a laundry basket to carry in all the food I made. Seriously. So take it from this potluck princess, fried macaroni and cheese makes the perfect party bite.
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You could probably figure it out by the painting that I did a couple of years ago in the background, but I love milkshakes. A lot.
Something else I happen to be a big fan of is whiskey. I seriously keep empty Jack Daniel’s bottles to use as vases for fresh flowers. I even put whiskey on my steaks.
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When people think of southern food they normally think about super heavy, fatty, artery-clogging feasts. While in many cases that is extremely far from the truth there are dishes where that is exactly the case.
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Ever since I first got into cooking there has been one item that ruled my culinary bucket list, creating fresh pasta. Any time I would eat at an Italian restaurant that uses house-made pasta the dish would automatically become a bowl of heaven.
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