Turkey Cookies

Turkey Cookies will tickle your funny bone and make you say, “Gobble, Gobble!” A couple of years ago my cousin Suzanne Moore took this adorable picture of their 7-year-old grandson, Ian, with this cute turkey cookie. Suzanne and her husband … Continue reading

Marinated Grilled Yellow Squash

  One of our neighbors, Sam Lewis, brings Doc and I vegetables from his garden. One of my favorites is yellow squash. I like to marinate squash in vinaigrette because it adds additional flavor. This recipe is simple to make … Continue reading

Barbecue Chicken

There is nothing better than barbecue chicken, potato salad, baked beans, and cold watermelon on a hot summer day. Add a little sweet tea and some homemade cobbler with ice cream and things would be just about perfect. We associate … Continue reading

Chocolate Covered Peanut Butter Eggs

These chocolate covered eggs are a peanut butter lovers delight! Perfect for holidays, birthday parties, wedding or baby showers this candy can be made in a variety of shapes and decorated with icing, various shapes of sprinkles or remade candy … Continue reading

Spring Asparagus and Peas Risotto

Spring Asparagus and Peas Risotto 1 (32 ounce box) low sodium chicken broth 1 cup water 4 tablespoons unsalted butter, divided 1/2 cup (1/4-inch dice) Sweet onion 2 garlic cloves, minced 1 teaspoon kosher salt 1 ¼ cups Arborio rice (Arborio … Continue reading

Vietnamese Hot Pot Soup

marydukecooks.com   Vietnamese Hot Pot Vietnamese Hot Pot Soup is gluten free and vegetarian. I enjoyed it recently in Charleston, SC then came home and recreated it. Packed with flavor healthy vegetables, and noodles this soup is sure to please! … Continue reading

Oven Fried Baby Red Potatoes

Crispy on the outside and soft in the center these potatoes are a snap to make. The oven and cast iron skillet do all the work! Oven Fried Baby Red Potatoes 1 (24 ounce) bag baby red potatoes, cut in … Continue reading

Spatchcocked Herb Roasted Chicken with Simple Pan Gravy

Roasting a whole chicken that is moist and not dried out can be difficult. The goal is to have the breast 150ºF and the thigh 175ºF. The problem with cooking a whole chicken is by the time the thigh reaches … Continue reading