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Cabbage with shrimp

Make delicious meals with Southern-style vegetables. Folks would probably eat more veggies if they knew how to cook veggies southern style. What Makes Vegetables Southern Style? How to make and cook vegetables Southern style depends on the part of the South a person is from. The way we make them in my family, in East and Southeast Texas, may vary somewhat from other traditional recipes. The Southern style vegetables I am used to have these things in common: they are cooked with butter, sugar, salt, pepper, herbs and spices. Foods are seasoned more spicy in Southeast Texas than East Texas. To keep it simple, useRead More →

Keto cookies

Diabetics and overweight individuals can enjoy breads and treats like others when they learn how to eat healthier with keto foods. Just ask Keto Couple’s Kitchen. How many keto-friendly food restaurants or stores are in your city? There’s one in Lufkin, Texas. And they even make maple-bacon donuts – always was my fav until I ate their German Chocolate donut. My mother’s German Chocolate cake was my very most favorite cake in my younger days. So my interest was piqued when I saw this new donut option at Keto Couple’s Kitchen. D-e-l-I-c-I-o-u-s. Keto Couple’s Kitchen makes me – and a whole lot of other people (IRead More →

Add this broccoli and cauliflower salad to your dinner. Pair with pork chops, meatloaf, spaghetti, or a sandwich. What’s Special About This Recipe? Broccoli and Cauliflower Salad recipe is special to me because it’s my aunt’s recipe – and because it makes a lot. Loaded with nutritious veggies. Tastes delicious. This is one of my aunt’s favorite recipes that she included in our community cookbook. Since I cook for her and my uncle at least twice a week, she asked me one day to make it for dinner. I loved it and received her permission to share the recipe on my Kitchen Southern Hospitality blog.Read More →

popcorn

Give a dark or white chocolate popcorn gift – you can even make it sugar free. Popcorn gift giving is good throughout the year. When you prepare this crazy-good snack to give away, either make tons of it or keep everybody out of the kitchen. It’s that good. White Chocolate Popcorn for Potluck My cousin asked me to participate in a youth Christmas potluck event. Not sure what to make, I got the chocolate popcorn idea from my daughter. She told me about a white chocolate popcorn she had made once and said it was really good. She added sprinkles on hers, so I chose redRead More →

See how to cook a ribeye on a charcoal grill. Our steaks at Kitchen Southern Hospitality (KSH) always taste tender and juicy and totally delicious thanks to Mr. KSH, my grilling chef husband. Need to know the steps on how to grill ribeyes on a simple charcoal grill (with a charcoal chimney to get the charcoal hot)? Keep reading for the details. As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases. If you decide to make a purchase through my link, Amazon will pay me a commission for it. This doesn’t cost you anything additional. These commissions help to keep the rest of my contentRead More →

Need a sweet potato recipe but only cooking for one? You’ll love this simple microwave cinnamon sweet potato recipe. When you want a quick recipe in a hurry, you don’t want to scroll through a page of stories to get to it. I get that. We all have those days that schedules are tight and we need to find a recipe – fast. So here you go. Click on the jump-to link below which will direct you right to the microwave cinnamon sweet potato recipe. Jump to Recipe If you’d like to know how to do multiple cinnamon sweet potatoes, keep reading. How to CookRead More →

Bread

How often do you bake homemade bread for your kids’ meals and snacks for online distance learning? The global pandemic of 2020 has forced us to change the way we do things. Including mealplanning. And that can cause stress. What do we do when we’re stressed? Eat. Snack. Fill the tummy with comfort food. Like homemade bread. Garlic bread. Buttered toast. Peanut butter and jelly sandwiches. You’ll love this yeast bread recipe, fresher than any loaf full of preservatives. Hungry yet? As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases. If you decide to make a purchase through my link, Amazon will pay me aRead More →

Found a deal on a rusty cast iron pan? Make your old rusty cast iron skillet look great again with this cleaning and seasoning process. Here’s how I cleaned old cast iron pans that now look like new.   As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases. If you decide to make a purchase through my link, Amazon will pay me a commission for it. This doesn’t cost you anything additional. These commissions help to keep the rest of my content free, so thank you! This cast iron skillet was awfully rusted, and I honestly doubted that it could look shiny and black once more.  How IRead More →

Looking for a good sale on favorite kitchen appliance items? Now is a good time to shop for summer deals on Amazon. Newbie in the kitchen or oldie who love finding new cooking gadgets, you’ll love these specials. But hurry because the sale price for my favorite kitchen appliances listed below are only for a limited time. As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases. If you decide to make a purchase through my link, Amazon will pay me a commission for it. This doesn’t cost you anything additional. These commissions help to keep the rest of my content free, so thank you! KitchenRead More →

Breakfast

Make your kids happy in the mornings with oatmeal and yummy toppings and toast on the side. Serve oatmeal in fun ways with options they’ll love. Breakfast helps to inspire happy moods for the day. Give your kids the nutrition they need with kid-friendly breakfasts like this oatmeal recipe served with toast. Kids Love to Help Make Breakfast My grandchildren love helping me cook whether we’re at my house or theirs. If they’re asked what they want me to fix for breakfast, it’s usually pancakes. But I’ve been on an oatmeal kick. And, of course, when they see me (or their parents) eating something thatRead More →