Easy Homemade Granola
Old-Fashioned Rhubarb Cake
Mandarin Orange Cake
Simple Pea Salad
Baked Macaroni and Cheese
Clyde's pretzels

Clyde’s On Main

We celebrated our anniversary this year a day early by having lunch at Clyde’s on Main in Chattanooga.  Although Clyde’s on Main has been open for a year, it was our first time there. It has a friendly, laid back atmosphere with a variety of seating options.  The decor is eclectic. It has cocktail tables made from […]

grilled tomatoes

Pan Roasted Tomatoes on the Grill

It is amazing that something so simple like using a cast-iron skillet on your grill can change what you cook so much. This relatively inexpensive, naturally non-stick skillet can expand what you cook and how you cook on the grill. For example, some people prefer to cook hamburgers in a skillet on the grill to […]

blackberry pie baked

Grandma’s Blackberry Pie and Cobbler

My mom and maternal grandmother made the best blackberry pies and cobblers. Although I was only nine when my grandmother died, I still remember how wonderful her blackberry cobbler tasted. Her cobbler was a double crust of pie dough in a 9 X 13-ish pan. I know that she made blackberry cobblers more often than […]

Mrs B Apple Pie

Mrs. B’s Reggae Cafe

I need to apologize to you. I broke the first rule of food blogging: Do not eat before you take pictures. Yes, I confess that once my dinner arrived at Mrs. B’s Reggae Cafe my brain disengaged upon the wonderful aroma hitting my nose and I just started eating. I even totally forgot about my […]

tomato mini pies

Tomato Mini Pies

While I like the full-size, traditional tomato pies, I really liked the idea of individual pies for when there are too many or too few people for a 9-inch deep dish pie. Inspired by the tomato pie at the Tomato Shed near Charleston, SC, I decided to use biscuit dough for the crust. I really […]