Marian's Creamed Corn
This is a treasured recipe from a dear family friend who has since passed. It's delicious served with savory holiday meals, and may be made as a side dish or a casserole. Everyone loves it! Omit toppings and baking steps to serve as a side dish, if desired.
Cream Corn Like No Other
Quick, easy, and delicious, this creamy, cheesy corn dish is a family-fave!
Louisiana Red Beans and Rice
Zesty slow cooker red beans and andouille sausage served over cooked rice.
Kiki's Borracho (Drunken) Beans
Delicious and comforting stewed beans cooked with beer and other flavors.
Baked Creamed Corn II
This is a great creamed corn recipe that is not too sweet and is baked in the oven to give it a firmer consistency.
Years ago a friend gave me her black-eyed pea recipe that was not your usual black-eyed peas. She called them Cottoneyed Peas. It was a spicy and warm welcome into the New Year. I now get requests for it all the time. You can make it as spicy as you like or, if you don't like spicy, use the peas without jalapeno.
Saucy Lima Beans
This side dish was always a staple at my grandmother's delicious dinners when I was a child. It has continued to be a favorite for my entire family.
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Green Beans with Bread Crumbs
My mom gave me this recipe. It's been in the family for years. Hope you enjoy it as much as we do - it's a sure way to get my kids to eat green beans. You can easily double this recipe.
Refried Beans Without the Refry
Refried beans are simple to make when cooked in a slow cooker. This recipe yields flavorful, fat-free refried beans seasoned with garlic, jalapeño, and cumin.
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Delicious and Easy Corn on the Cob
I learned this recipe from a shopper in Stockbridge, Massachusetts, when I was young. I have used this for 40 years, and it has never failed to produce the most wonderful corn on the cob.
Chef John's Santa Maria-Style Beans
Classic Santa Maria-style beans are made with a special variety of pink beans called pinquitos. These 'little pink' beans are prepared in a spicy, smoky, tomato/chili sauce that's spiked with not one, but two kinds of pork. Santa Maria beans have come into my life relatively late, so I plan on making up for lost time this barbecue season.