Bruschetta

This is another dish that started out as a way to use up leftovers but was so good that it took a life of its own. It’s really just toasted baguettes covered in a mix that’s typically made with chopped tomatoes, garlic, olive oil, cheese and finished with basil. But …

Couscous

A very simple side dish to make that’s a bit more classy than let’s say,  mashed potatoes . The basic history is rather simple, they are super mini semolina dumplings that were traditionally made by hand. The dumplings are coated in more flour and run through a sieve until they …

Deviled Eggs

Growing up in the south, you end up eating a lot of these at church picnics and family gatherings and every grandmother and aunt has their own secret recipe that’s passed down generation to generation. They’re easy to make and a dozen eggs makes enough to please a crowd. You …

Slaw

In the south, everyone has their own way of making Coleslaw. Personally, I’m not a fan yet it makes sense why people enjoy it over a spicy pulled pork sandwich on a summer afternoon. There’s a balance in the contrast between hot and cold. This is an oversimplified recipe, just …