pillsbury pull-aparts

In a three-way (minds out of gutter) text between myself and two of my oldest and dearest friends, Lisa asked for Easter recipes. Meg and I dove right in to provide some. Lisa used none of them and Meg and I proceeded to add to our collection. I see why this is a go-to for her when she has house-guests. Meg, thanks for sending it! And Lisa, thanks for asking–next time, try this one! Enjoy!...

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cheesy grits casserole–updated!

I posted the original cheesy grits casserole a while ago. But since it’s one of my go-to recipes that I make regularly, I started to tweak it. I now think my updated recipe makes a big difference and is even more delish than the original. Enjoy!   Ingredients: 4 cups water 1 teaspoon salt 1 cup quick-cooking grits 1 1/2 blocks of grated cheese (I used mild and sharp) 1/4 cup butter, melted 2 eggs,...

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Recipe Roundup: Cheesy Grits Casserole

Remember the grits of old, or even of now I guess? When we had grits they had milk and sugar and were everything sweet and yummy.  I may have to make that version soon now that I think about it. But I digress… This recipe is much more savory and it involves one of my all-time favorite ‘food groups,’ cheese (don’t judge me). Originally, I had seen a similar recipe from one of my...

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Recipe Roundup: Sausage-Swiss Muffins

I’m someone who needs a quick breakfast during the weekdays. I mean really quick. Like, cereal isn’t fast enough–understand what I’m saying, now? So when I came across this savory and super fast breakfast, I had to give it a try. It’s like brunch in a muffin–yum! This originated on Plain Chicken Ingredients 1/2 lb sausage 1 3/4 cup Bisquick 1/2 cup shredded swiss cheese 3/4 tsp ground sage 1/4 tsp dried thyme 1...

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Chocolate Chip Banana Muffins

I love bananas! I was gonna say something like, ‘I’m banana for bananas,’ but decided it was too corny for even me–alas, I spared you, sort of. But I do love bananas, so please do not let my blatant neglect lead you to believe otherwise. Last week, I bought a bunch of bananas with the intention of eating one each day. Out of 6, I had 4 left. Instead of letting them go bad,...

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