I love sweet potatoes at Thanksgiving! This fresh sweet potato casserole is a new and improved take on my previous sweet potato casserole, that was based on the one from Ruth’s Chris. This new and improved recipe, while inspired by my previous one, throws everything out the window and starts from scratch. It is the perfect balance of sweet and savory. It quite possibly is one of the best side dishes that I have ever made. You definitely need to add this Sweet Potato Casserole to your Thanksgiving table!
Dana is always looking out for great recipes to try. She spotted a chicken recipe on facebook that looked delicious. Upon further consideration we noticed that it utilized a prepackaged soup mix. We decided to break it down and come with our own take on this dish. We started with fresh herbs and went from there. I must say that this dish was freaking delicious!
Sorry for the long interval between posts. Dana and I have been very busy. Plus, our camera was broken. Therefore, I was unable to take photos for the blog. However, we discovered that we had an old point and shoot camera. It takes mediocre shots, so please forgive the photos. We were thinking of dishes … Read moreDana’s Yellow Squash and Zucchini Casserole
Dana and I really love the sweet potato casserole from Ruth’s Chris. So we scoured around to find a recipe that was similar. We settled on a recipe, but it was way too sweet. It was actually Tooth-aching sweet! The sweet potatoes multiplied by the candied pecan top, was similar to the taste of the … Read moreSweet Potato Casserole Semi-fail with Improved Recipe
For Easter I wanted to tackle something new. Something that was traditional, but done in a new way. So, I picked Green Bean Casserole. That tasty concoction of cream of mushroom soup, green beans and crunchy fried onions. So I oven fried onions, made homemade cream of mushroom soup and even trimmed real (not canned) … Read moreGreen Bean Casserole from Scratch