Chicken Fried Steak

Chicken Fried Steak was one of our last meals before beginning #MeatlessMarch. I guess we knew we would be eating slightly healthier for the month so we wanted to make sure we weren’t fried food deficient leading into it But honestly, it is pretty rare that I will make fried food at the house. We don’t like the way it stinks up the entire house so usually we will bake instead of frying, not to … [Read more...]

Vegetable and Beef Soup for Souper #SundaySupper

Growing up we referred to this tasty soup as just vegetable soup, but because I didn’t want to confuse you I’m calling it what it really is and that is vegetable and beef soup. This recipe comes from an old, old issue of Southern Living. My grandma has been making it for years, only it no longer resembles the original Southern Living recipe in the slightest. When I asked my mom to email it over to … [Read more...]

Roast Beef Flatbread Sandwich

In the past I have made my own naan because I was sick of paying $3 for 2 pieces at Publix. Homemade naan is great for eating with Indian food or dipping, but I found mine to be a little small for pizzas. Well guess what I found at Costco recently? A 10 pack of naan for around $4. Yep, I did a little happy dance in the aisle. Now I can make my beloved naan flatbread pizzas all the time. While … [Read more...]

Nana’s Marinated Roast Beef | Retro #SundaySupper

This #SundaySupper we are featuring old school / retro recipes. I didn’t go very traditional like a tuna noodle casserole, but this recipe is retro to our family. Nana has been making this roast for decades. For Christmas she gave me a few local cookbooks and made sure to point out what page I could find this one on. Nana mentioned in the book that it is a great dish to bring to tailgates. … [Read more...]

Philly Cheese Steak Sliders

Growing up Philly cheese steaks were always one of my favorite subs. I have never been a fan of cold subs so I would always opt for either a hot meatball or Philly. Publix makes a pretty delicious one that I used to get often. That was until we discovered Delco’s, a little hole in the wall deli near our house. They fly their rolls in fresh from Philadelphia every week so you know these people are … [Read more...]