If you all have not already noticed, I have a slight thing for anything peach! I am not positive where my infatuation originated or if my southern Georgia roots are to blame, but I do know if peach is an option, it will win my vote!
This recipe is super easy and works wonders for summer barbecues and gatherings. It is the perfect addition for your upcoming Labor Day plans. Enjoy!
This recipe has been a go-to for B and I since college. It is super easy (which favors my lack of cooking ability), quick, and a major crowd pleaser! Pairing it with celery sticks or Fritos Scoops! are our personal favorites, but you can mix and match it with anything that tickles your fancy (from traditional tortilla chips to sliced bell peppers).
To make it even more simple, prepare ahead of time, refrigerate, then pop in the oven 30-ish minutes before your departure. This could be later the same day or even allow you to prep the night before, guaranteeing it will be toasty and fresh when you arrive to your festivity! Continue reading “Buffalo Chicken Dip”→
With kale chips becoming all the rage lately, I decided to try my own version. Brussels sprouts have become a new regular veggie in our kitchen. I love to roast them as a side when B grills steak or as a healthy alternative to fries with turkey burgers. During the process of preparing the Brussels sprouts to roast, I cut the tip off of each sprout. As a result, several of the leaves shed and end up as scraps. This recipe puts these extra leaves to good use! Continue reading “Brussels Sprout Chips”→