Let’s get real for a minute. Who doesn’t love foreign food? Mexican. Asian. German. French. Italian. The list goes on. Here in our house we love food that takes our taste buds to another world, and Swedish is no exception, which is why I wanted to share this recipe with you – the classic Swedish meatballs.
I dont know about you but there are times when I just want something a little on the fancy side in the mornings. Then I realized that I had this jelly that I LOVED – which led me to this recipe – Whipped Blackberry Butter!
When I was young, my grandmother always made some of the best southern food. I distinctly remember the pies she used to make. She would cut the remainder of the the pie crust off the edge of the pie, roll it in a cinnamon and sugar mixture and bake them, giving us grand kids the best home-made cookies. And for me, these feel a lot like home.
Back in August, we headed to my in-laws house to do some family canning! As you can guess, Iowa is full of opportunities to preserve and can food grown locally, so as you can guess, we were all over that opportunity. Luckily, we were able to bring some some of the best corn you can get your hands on! Since then, I have been DYING to use some of the corn that we worked so hard on…and I finally found the time to put it good use in this DELICIOUS recipe.
Summer is here and the 4th of July is just around the corner! What are you planning to do for the 4th? If you are like us, you plan on having close friends over to the house, to grill out and eat until we are all in a food-coma! But with all of that food, don’t forget to have the tastiest drinks in the neighborhood!
When we got our little fur baby, we quickly learned that there was a TON that he was sensitive to. So through a ton of research I had to learn to make my own!