This is one of what I call my secret weapon recipes. Secret weapon recipes are those recipes that you can completely, totally, 1000% rely on to work Every Single Times, and that are also a little bit different and a whole lot of delicious. I count my scrambled eggs with ricotta and chives in this category, as well as my recipe for naked ravioli and my beloved Blue Dory cookie recipe too. These delectable muffins are the muffin version of my secret weapon recipe, and let’s just say that the first time I made them, the Southern husband ate all of them. In one day. A full muffin recipe, gone just like that. It was both alarming and highly satisfying all at the same time…and here’s how it’s done.
I have said time and time again that the Southern husband has influenced me in so many ways, culinarily-speaking, pointing me in directions I never thought my tastebuds would go. Fried green tomatoes. Okra. Grits on grits on grits. And towards the wonderful, the happiness, the reckless abandon of eating barbecue for breakfast. Tender, spicy, spooned over a warm biscuit and with a soft fried egg dripping down the side barbecue for breakfast. You’re nodding, right? Me too.
Somedays you just NEED to have a ham sandwich, and I’ll be the first one to say there’s nothing wrong with a good old, plain old ham and cheese. But…what would happen if ham sandwiches took a cue from their hamburger cousins, and turned into slider form? I’m talking shaved, salty, delicious ham on aRead More & Get the Recipe
There’s something about biscuits that is so comforting. Warm, savory, soft biscuits…they taste like everything’s right with the world. Now, plain old biscuits are just fine with me, and I will happily eat one every time it’s offered to me. (Or two. Or, um, three.) But if you add a little something extra toRead More & Get the Recipe
Now that my blog is all new and spiffy, I have all kinds of plans for celebrating its new groovy look, and so stay tuned to this channel for some fun upcoming events! But I thought the best way to kick it off would be a good old bacon recipe. It just seemed like theRead More & Get the Recipe
Is there anything better than warm, wonderful, comforting chicken with biscuits? Actually there is, hard as that is to believe, and that is this recipe for creamy slow cooker chicken with biscuits. Super-duper-easy chicken with biscuits cooked in the slow cooker and then finished with a little bit of cream and some baby peas so that it is tender and creamy and perfect. In this recipe, you cook up a batch of biscuits right before you are ready to serve the chicken, split them in half, and put the bottom half of each biscuit in each bowl. Ladle the chicken over the top, and then top with the biscuit top. You’re with me, right? Let’s make it!