Sunday, April 26, 2015

My QVC Experience

There's just a little somethin' somethin' I gotta say before we get back to our regularly scheduled program here of sharin' recipes and memories and talkin' about products I love and other stuff, and that's my still unbelievable journey with my first cookbook in a town called West Chester in the state of Pennsylvania on live television.

LIVE television y'all.

Monday, April 13, 2015

Deep South Dish Homestyle Southern Recipes Cookbook

Deep South Dish Homestyle Southern Recipes Cookbook

Just a quick reminder for those of y'all who have been after me for years to publish a cookbook you could hold in your hands... the day is finally here!

This Sunday, April 19th, 2015, between 12:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. EST, will be my on-air appearance with David Venable on "In the Kitchen with David" for the exclusive launch of Deep South Dish Homestyle Southern Recipes on QVC. You'll get your book ahead of everybody else!

Friday, April 10, 2015

Easy Greasy Product Review

A brand new, redesign of the old kitchen strainer, you'll find yourself reaching for the Easy Greasy time and again!

Back when I was originally scheduled to appear on QVC with my new cookbook, I heard from another gal who was going to present a product there close to the same time as me. We got to chatting and when she explained what her product was, I was intrigued, so she sent me one. Y'all know how much I love a good kitchen gadget, and Michelle is the inventor of this clever redesign of a commonly used kitchen item she calls Easy Greasy.

Thursday, April 2, 2015

Boneless Prime Rib Beef Roast with au Jus

A boneless prime rib roast made with a rub of olive oil, herbs, spices and seasonings and served with an au jus. Offer an optional sour cream horseradish sauce at the table.

Boneless Prime Rib Beef Roast with au Jus

Most people are terrified of cooking a prime rib roast at home and for good reason. It is a very expensive cut of meat if you mess up!

I actually felt the same way for a very long time and I didn't try to cook one myself because I was so intimidated that I'd ruin it.

But, it's also a delicious cut of meat, so it's worth the effort, and, if you follow these four essential rules, you'll have a perfect, and impressive, holiday roast.