SUBSCRIBE TO KITCHEN SOUTHERN HOSPITALITY:

Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.

Make healthier recipes like this kitchen garden omelet by growing an organic garden and cooking from your own kitchen garden. Using vegetables and herbs straight from your home garden is about the most organic way (provided you don’t use toxic pesticides) to make your own home-cooked meals. Add chickens to your yard, and eat organic eggs for even more healthy meals. Eggs are filling and satisfying on any morning. When eating a nutritious omelet for breakfast or brunch, it helps to make it through the day until dinner.   Want to skip the details for the recipe? Click here:Read More →

Orange breakfast scones with this yummy orange glaze are definitely for the sweet treat lover. And the icing is homemade powdered sugar. I’ve wanted to make orange scones for years but just never have – until now. This was an experiment. There is a particular orange scone I used to order every chance I could at a Barnes and Noble cafe in the Midwest. Want to zip past the details to the recipe? Click here: Every time my family and I would head back to the South, no Barnes and Noble Cafe would ever have the same orange scone. They might would have the orange-cranberryRead More →

Kitchen Southern Hospitality’s February chicken salad special is  Valentine’s Day Chicken Salad with fruit, nuts, and veggies. As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases. If you decide to make a purchase through my link, Amazon will pay me a commission for it. This doesn’t cost you anything additional. These commissions help to keep the rest of my content free, so thank you! Chicken Salad Alternative The craziest thing happened when I went grocery shopping this morning for the items in this recipe at the H..E.B. store. I picked up everything I needed – except the chicken. This is how new recipes are sometimes created. Unexpectedly.Read More →

Raisin scones make a delicious treat. Scones are ideal to serve for breakfast, a tea party, or dessert. Bake a batch in different types of pans for a variety of shapes. As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases. If you decide to make a purchase through my link, Amazon will pay me a commission for it. This doesn’t cost you anything additional. These commissions help to keep the rest of my content free, so thank you! Scones are ideal to serve at a tea bridal shower. So when the opportunity arose to host a family wedding shower for a cousin’s daughter, I chose scones asRead More →

No rush to take the Christmas tree or red table decorations down yet. Keep them out in January. Leaving a Christmas tree up for Valentine’s Day is now becoming a trend. And white twinkly fairy lights are used for various holidays and events throughout the year. Adding a pop of red on a January tablescape will surely brighten your home as well on a wintry day. As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases. If you decide to make a purchase through my link, Amazon will pay me a commission for it. This doesn’t cost you anything additional. These commissions help to keep the rest of myRead More →

You’ll love this bacon green bean meal-in-one casserole if you like green bean casserole as a side dish. Green bean casserole is one of those famous side dishes you see on Thanksgiving and Christmas festive meal menus. But this Bacon Green Bean Casserole is more than a side dish. It’s a meal in itself. Bacon goes well with breakfast, brunch, lunch, dinner and snacks. Keep reading for suggestions on what to eat with bacon – including salads and vegetables.Read More →

This festive chicken salad is served in sliced crescent rolls. Perfect to serve with other finger foods for a holiday get together or as a big game recipe. Add it to your monthly menu plan, and change up the recipe to fit special occasions every month. I made this yummy colorful salad during this last Christmas holiday for a family get together, and it was a total success. In fact, the chicken salad croissants were so good that we devoured all of the crescent rolls. As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases. If you decide to make a purchase through my link, Amazon will payRead More →

Peppermint flavor is good for any day of the year, and this peppermint candy recipe is one of the easiest candies and snacks to make. Quick Treat for a Special Occasion Looking for a quick treat to take for a special occasion? Make this candy. It’s festive for holidays, and you can add different ingredients to make it fit right in with seasonal colors. Since it’s New Year’s Eve at the time I’m writing this post, I’ll be publishing easy-to-make recipes for yummy snacks and desserts. Be easy on yourself and choose delicious, yet quick-to-prepare holiday or special occasion foods. Two-Ingredient Candy I made thisRead More →