Corn Hummus with Togarashi is non-traditional, but if you’re going to walk on the wild side this is a delicious way to do it!
I channeled Hercule Poirot while investigating the origin of our Thanksgiving Cheese Ball, but the answer surprised me.
Sawmill gravy and biscuits probably needs no introduction, so I’ll just say this is my homage to generations of family history.
The U.S. Senate voted Arkansas cheese dip better than Texas queso in a blind taste test. Read the rest of the story about it’s creation here.
Fried dill pickles hold a special place in the heart of Arkansans because they were created here and because they taste so good!
When you get past the thought of gravy with chocolate in it, and let’s face it, that just seems weird, you might discover something worth a taste.
Elvis Presley’s favorite peanut butter and banana sandwich was the inspiration for this creation called Elvis on Horseback.
Nacho bites are the answer to the restaurant nacho blues. How many times have you ordered an expensive nacho appetizer only to be served a bag of chips warmed under a heat lamp, piled on a plate with the cheese and toppings dumped on top, never enough to go around?
Beef Cheeks are exactly what you think they are, the cheek muscle of a cow. They are tough as nails, with good reason if you think about how much they use it.
My better half loves butternut squash soup, so much that the canned variety is a staple on her grocery list. With the early onset of winter weather in our locale my thoughts turned to soup because on a cold winter day it’s the ultimate comfort food.