Corn Casserole

Two things you might want to know about today’s recipe: This recipe is a “oldie goldie”. As a matter of fact, I almost posted it yesterday as a “Throwback Thursday” recipe. So, remove Thursday and just considered it “throwback”. We had severe thunderstorms yesterday and I have an aging Mini Schnauzer who has decided to






Homemade Pasta e Fagioli, by Beverly Hicks Burch

Polar vortex. Alberta Clipper. If you live in the Deep South and the Best Weatherman on the Planet tells you one of those dreaded occurrences is headed your way – you get cold, cold chills all over your body. Why? It means really cold air is about to invade your area. Now, for me, that’s






Good Old Country Dressing, by Beverly Hicks Burch

Good Old Country Dressing I’ll just start out by saying this recipe is adapted from a Paula Deen recipe. As they say, that should be `nuff said… I was looking at my original copy of the original recipe. It’s from 2005. Tall & Handsome and I were away from “home” that year…we were solo for






Comfort Food for a Winter Storm, by Beverly Hicks Burch

Comfort Food for a Winter Storm By Beverly Hicks Burch Last year and then again a couple weeks ago I was telling Tall & Handsome how, without fail, it seems that Old Man Winter deals Alabama its share of real winter weather (read snow) about two weeks after Christmas. It may not happen every year,






Easy, Peasy, Yummy Brownies, by Beverly Hicks Burch

Easy Peasy Yummy Brownie By Beverly Hicks Burch When you’re in the middle of a move and you’ve set your weary bones down in front of the telly, it’s funny what the mind can do to you. Like play minds games concerning food…causing you to crave “comfort” food you know good and well you just