Quick and Healthy Bacon Ranch Chicken Wraps: made with leftover chicken, these wraps are great for those too hot or too busy to cook nights.
Before we get to the Link Party I just wanted to share a rephotographed version of my Creamy Bacon Broccoli Salad. If you have ever tried this salad before you know it can fall victim to one of the biggest crimes in salad-dom - drowning in dressing. Then you add the nuts and bacon and… Continue reading Creamy Bacon Broccoli Salad plus Tasty Tuesdays Link Up Party
Bacon Parmesan Soft Pretzels - soft chewy pretzels loaded with bacon and parmesan cheese. Or enjoy them plain with salt or cinnamon sugar.
Confession time: I hated greens as a kid but I love them now. My Dad grew Swiss chard and I would do anything to avoid eating it. Now I like all kinds of greens: dandelion, collard, mustard, chard, beet and turnips. Especially when you cook them with bacon and onions. I had a few turnips… Continue reading Smothered Greens
Have you heard the news?! A sequel to Harper Lee's To Kill a Mockingbird is on the way this summer! To say I am excited would be an understatement. So, to celebrate I thought it was high time I tried to make one of the recipes in the book that I have always been interesting in… Continue reading Bacon and Cracklin Bread plus Tasty Tuesdays Linky
I know I swore I wouldn't do a pumpkin recipe this year, but then I joined the Crazy Ingredient Challenge. Each month the group picks two ingredients and makes a recipe with them. This month we chose Pumpkin and Bacon. So, I had to give in and come up with a pumpkin recipe. So in a burst… Continue reading Pumpkin Gnocchi and Bacon Alfredo
Glücklich Oktoberfest! The festivities in Bavaria are wrapping up this weekend, so I figured it was the perfect time to post one of our favorite recipes: Hot German Potato Salad. I absolutely love the warm potatoes and bacon in the sweet and tangy sauce. It goes great with just about anything from chicken to pork chops… Continue reading Hot German Potato Salad
Perfect Cream Scones, delicious on their own or topped with a glaze such as Maple Bacon or Lemon Rosemary. Recipe from Pioneer Woman, Ree Drummond