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Caramel apple dip

Caramel apple dip...

Chicken salad sandwiches

Delicious chicken salad...

Tip of the Week: Bread

This week's tip is all about bread! Keep reading for more!

Best Burgers

In case you are getting the grill out for Memorial Day weekend or just have plans to feed your family, you might want some ways to spice up a plain ol' burger.

Banana bread

Try our banana bread for breakfast...

Roasted pumpkin seeds

Halloween, Thanksgiving or just another fall day can be a great day to pick a pumpkin. After you pick your pumpkin, you should use the seeds to make a great snack. Pumpkin seeds are high in fiber, vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. Keep reading for some pumpkin roasting recipes!

Southern Barbecue Sauce Recipe

Yesterday we shared a great coleslaw recipe to feed the crowd at your next event. Today we have another part of a perfect barbecue...the barbecue sauce.

Tip of the Week: Aluminum Foil

The Tip of the Week this week is all about Aluminum foil. Have you ever wondered about alternative uses for foil?

Crock Pot Apple Pie

Apple pie is the best. But have you ever wanted the amazing taste of apple pie without the prep? Here is a great recipe for apple pie that is made in your Crock Pot. Amazing!

Asian chicken and broccoli with noodles

Delicious asian noodle recipe coming up...

Farmers Market: Cinnamon

Cinnamon is a great fall and winter spice. It is a flavored stick with a strong scent, which actually comes from the outer bark of a cinnamomum tree. Keep reading for more on cinnamon!

Baked Tropical Oatmeal

This recipe puts a sweet and fantastic spin on oatmeal. It is a must-try!

Piggies in a blanket

We love Piggies in a blanket. They are a family favorite around here. We wanted to share the easy recipe with you, and we also wanted to show you two others if you want to put a spin on it. One sweet, one savory. We hope you enjoy this amazing appetizer and be sure to share with us your favorite

Natural Hair Dyes

If you like to change your hair color or just have some gray hair to cover up, it's normal to reach for the hair dye. But there is another option for hair dyeing. If you have the desire and a little bit of patience, you can try herbal dyes. Keep reading for the how-to!

Barbecued Baked Beans

The season for cookouts is here. Keep reading for a great recipe to add to your cookout repertoire, barbecued baked beans.

Shredded BBQ Beef Sandwich Recipe

This slow cooker recipe from The Cooking Ladies...

Monster cookies

Always a crowd pleaser for kiddos and adults alike, monster cookies...

Blackberry cobbler

Delicious blackberry cobbler...

Chocolate layer cake

Delicious chocolate layer cake...

The Great State: Louisiana

Louisiana plays a huge part in feeding Americans. In fact, almost 50% of U.S. grain exports travel through the Louisiana ports. As far as in the state, poultry is the largest animal industry. And Louisiana is the top producer of crawfish, alligators, oysters and shrimp. For more information on

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