How to make classic candied sweet potatoes made easily in your slow cooker or crockpot
Roundup of 24 Thankgiving dessert ideas you can proudly take along to as your holiday contribution or serve in your own Turkey Day spread!
Roundup of over a dozen tried-and-true Thanksgiving side dish suggestions, including traditional vegan, gluten-free, paleo side dish ideas
Thanksgiving is coming, y’all. Don’t be the person serving Patti Pies at your table or the guest bringing a sad, store-bought dessert to the potluck. Don’t get roasted by your friends and family. Don’t have your coworkers talking behind your back after the office potluck. […]
My mom has been a brussels sprouts fan since I can remember but we didn’t eat them much growing up. Now that I’m a full-grown adult with sprouts-loving palate, I mourn all the years spent not eating them. I first made these for Thanksgiving last […]
So, I may have created something to rival my famous sweet potato praline bread pudding, y’all. I like to try at least one new dish each Thanksgiving, and this nutty apple cranberry bread pudding was a brand new dessert recipe I came up with last […]
Thanksgiving is not only a time for family and gratefulness–it’s also the ultimate foodie holiday. I tapped an amazing group of 19 black food bloggers to share their best Turkey Day recipes and inspire your feast. In black American households, certain things are staples at […]
This post was sponsored by AT-A-GLANCE as part of an Influencer Activation for Influence Central and all opinions expressed in my post are my own. I’ve made Thanksgiving dinner for my family for the past few years now but this year marks the first since […]
The sweet potato is one of the hallmarks of modern Thanksgiving meals. Pie is what automatically comes to mind (like Grandbaby Cakes’ Sweet Potato Chess Pie, pictured above and linked below) but there’s more you can do with this versatile root. Here is a roundup […]
A deliciously moist spice cake with apples and pumpkin–topped with maple cream cheese frosting!
Today is Black Friday, which elicits images of long lines wrapped around mass retail stores full of people chomping at the bit to get inside and spend their money on “unbelievable” deals. Today is like the Olympics of shopping for some and possibly the worst work […]
When I reflect on famous childhood villains, Scar from the Lion King, Freddy Krueger, and the Leprechaun had nothing on brussels sprouts. They were the bane of every TV kid’s existence. I counted myself lucky that my mother never served them to us. I thought my siblings and I were […]
I love making and serving roasted red potatoes. They are a beautiful addition to any meal, especially a holiday table, and always look like they required more effort than I actually put into them. I typically keep them simple with just garlic, onion, and spices. […]
Have you ever come across a #struggleplate on social media? One thing that pops up on many posts associated with this hashtag is a pile of canned green beans. Don’t get me wrong–I’m sure I ate canned green beans as a kid, when both my parents worked […]