Looking for a new twist on your stuffing this year? Give this recipe a try! This dish will bring a new savory, nutty, and yet bright flavor to your table!
Having half of my family in Minnesota where casseroles are a must; this Cheesy Potato Casserole has been a tradition that cannot be missed! This dish has definitely been a crowd favorite through out the years.
Warning: If you make once, you will be expected to make it every year! Read more
“We think every good blogger could use a roux spoon to help when a ladle just is not enough!” – Lyn Hallaron and Rachel Avery from the New Orleans Convention and Visitors Bureau.
Being from the Midwest I can’t say I know a whole lot about Cajun and Creole Cuisine, but after receiving The Cajun Roux Spoon as a gift from the New Orleans Convention and Visitors Bureau, I knew it was about time I got my hands dirty in some southern cooking!
Making roux was actually one of the first techniques I had learned in school. Since roux is foundation of most French sauces, the basic technique was required to be mastered in the first few weeks. It’s simply a combination of fat and flour in a heavy pot, stirring constantly until it hits the level of color you prefer! Little did I know, that there was an amazing tool called a Roux Spoon! The flat edge allows you to scrape evenly along the bottom and into the corners of the pan, preventing any of the mixture from burning. Read more