Sweet Potatoes are always a big hit in our house. Whether they are french fried, cut into cubes or even roasted with broccoli and squash, my kiddos devour them like no other. So in an effort to make them a little more grown up, I turned them into wedges, gave them a little bit of a kick and made a Siracha Aioli to go with them. You must be forewarned - you will start making these all the time, y'all! So just get ready. SWEET POTATO WEDGES with Spicy Aioli 5- 6 Small Sweet Pot
WARNING : THIS DIP IS INCREDIBLY ADDICTING. Alright, y'all. It's football season which means that we need all things chips and dip around our house. Last year I posted my loaded queso which has made it's regular rotation on Sunday afternoons, but this year I've been working on something a little bit more sophisticated. Spinach Dip. But it's not your average spinach dip, y'all. It's cheesy and peppery and just spicy enough to keep things interesting. A few notes : - I like to
I am beyond thrilled to open up two painting classes in August for y'all! This has been on my heart for quite some time and last month I had the opportunity to walk through a class for about 80 middle school and high school girls and we had the best time together! Because there was so much interest, I decided to give it a trial run in my home! We will be offering two types of classes at this time and then we will see where it all goes! The first class will be held on Tuesday,
If you live in Texas, salsa is a staple in your kitchen. We always have some on hand, and if you catch us when we don't - it's probably a really bad day. A day without salsa is like a day without sunshine. Gray and dull and boring.
Here's the thing about salsa, y'all. Some people (not naming any names here) like it thick and chunky. Think Pace Picante Sauce. If I come to your house and you serve me that, I will be dipping my chips instead of scooping. We do not enjoy the th
A few thanksgivings back, I had PW had some Jalapeño Poppers in her current cookbook that I wanted to try. I was assembling them in my parents kitchen with my chef brother right next to me, which always puts me at a little disadvantage at showing how great of a cook I pretend to be. He graciously showed me how to use the spoon to scrape out the seeds so I didn’t have to use my poor little fingers to do it. I don’t know why, maybe it’s because I eat a lot of spicy things, but