Potato Skins are a game-day classic and these bite-sized versions are perfect for a Superbowl Party because of their bite-sizeness, which makes them easier to eat with less mess and no plates needed! (Pretty sure I just made up the word “bite-sizeness” … and I like it!)
I couldn’t think of a more perfect recipe to share on Meatless Monday than this Black Bean Quinoa Taco Soup! This soup is not only vegetarian, it’s also vegan… and most importantly, it’s so delicious!
When your friends daughter is visiting on her 7th birthday and you’re a food blogger, you make her a cake!
When her little brother is allergic to nuts, eggs and dairy, you make her a very special cake that both her and “Bubba” can enjoy!
Spicy Mexican Chicken Cheesy Penne Pasta is a simple recipe that is quick and easy to whip up for a weeknight dinner in under 30 minutes!
It’s official y’all, (and I don’t use y’all very often, so you know I mean business 😉 ) my recipe for Buffalo Chicken Cheesy Penne has officially surpassed Chipotle Lime Chicken Fajita Skewers as the most popular recipe of all time on the blog!
It’s Sunday, my Chargers are in the playoffs, I have a scrumptious new recipe to share AND I’m announcing a sweet Pinterest Superbowl Contest, life is good!
Let’s start with the Pinterest contest… because who doesn’t like a great giveaway! Free stuff is awesome, especially when it’s Longaberger Flameware!
To kick off the New Year, I hosted my first “Sunday Family Dinner” of 2014 this weekend. At the dinner I premiered three new recipes including Chipotle Pulled Pork Dip, Mexican Chicken Cheesy Penne and these delicious Butternut Squash Tacos I prepared for my favorite vegetarian, Miss Courtney!
I spent last week reflecting back on 2013. Part of this reflection was upon the most popular recipes on Little Leopard Book last year. What recipes did people love, what caught the attention of websites like Buzzfeed, Yahoo and Huffington Post, and I started to think back on publishing my premiere cookbook “Buffalo Style“.
The entire concept of the book came from the popularity of my recipes on Little Leopard Book that included buffalo sauce as an ingredient, including my first ever “Buffalo Style” recipe, Buffalo Chicken Dip.