This is the pasta sauce my kids come home from college for, the one I make for large groups of kids and adults, the one that generates the most “Can I have this recipe?” moments.
This started out as my grandmother’s peach cobbler recipe and grew into my go-to for any fruit or berry cobbler. Not a biscuit-dough or pastry cobbler, it’s a dump cake recipe really, an easy way to make a rich Southern-style dessert for any occasion.
Many years ago, my sister-in-law made these pizzas as an appetizer at a christening party. When she told me the secret ingredient I had concerns but four slices later, I was begging for the recipe.
When I travel, fabric shops are always on my itinerary (near the top with antique stores, thrift shops, and flea markets). Here are my favorite online and brick and mortar stores.
If you have a small room you’d like to appear visually larger, there are a few tricks to achieving that effect. Doing just one can make a dramatic difference in the “feel” of the room and make it seem larger in size overall.
No matter where life and love take me, I’m always grounded by crossing the Mississippi Delta toward the foothills of the Ozarks I call home. With the relentless passing of time, these trips home seem more consequential. People and land are changing; there’s much to be done in preparation for passing all of these things and memories to the next generation to value.