Sunday Supper {Two Great Quiche Recipes}

We really upped our “breakfast for dinner” game this week by enjoying two fabulous quiche recipes. They were easy, cooked beautifully and are nice enough for company. For dinners, I served with a simple green salad. For breakfast, I enjoyed with a side of fruit. Either way, it made for a delicious, filling meal. The… Read More

Elsa Tales {Frosty Paws for the Dog Days of Summer}

We’re in the throes of the dog days of summer here in Atlanta. It’s so unbearably hot that even Elsa Belle lies around lethargic, pausing her relentless mission to chase down every squirrel, chipmunk and lizard in the yard. While she absolutely loves Frosty Paws, they don’t frequently make it into the shopping buggy. When… Read More

Sunday Supper {Tomato-Basil Couscous with Chicken and Sausage}

We thoroughly enjoyed this chicken dish, perfect for the dog days of summer. It cooks in one pan, which I always appreciate on a school night, although this was a Sunday Supper for us this week. I also love that you don’t have to turn on the oven, which is a huge no-no when the… Read More

Sunday Supper {Lemon Pie on the Last Night of Summer}

Keeping with tradition, I let the boys agree on what they wanted for their last supper of summer before school starts. They immediately agreed on steaks on the grill, baked potatoes and roasted brussels sprouts. (Could they be more predictable little men?!) The Magnolia Table Lemon Pie seemed like the perfect summer dessert and a… Read More

Sunday Supper {Chicken with Beans and Greens}

I don’t know about y’all but the one magazine I still religiously thumb through is Southern Living. I do have a few other subscriptions (thanks to American Airlines expiring miles to mags), but they pile up before I ever find time to read them. I still love Southern Living’s articles, gardening tips, decor and featured… Read More

Sunday Supper {Field Pea & Tomato Salad with Lemon Vinaigrette}

This field pea and tomato salad is the epitome of summer and I want to scream from the rooftops just how delicious it is!!! It requires a little work but is absolutely sensational. I served it with roasted chicken, but it could be an easy side dish for any summer meal and gathering. Field Pea… Read More