Laura’s Southern Dish: Strawberries

February 27th is National Strawberry Day and in honor of this red fruit here are two great family friendly festivals celebrating community, farmers and of course the strawberries they grow. The Florida Strawberry Festival takes…read more »

Heavenly Hash Brownies

Every year when Easter comes around, I just about break down the door to the store to get to those dad-blasted Heavenly Hash Eggs.  You know… the marshmallow and almonds covered in chocolate?  I am…read more »

My Grocery Store Obsession and a $50 Earth Fare Gift Card Give-a-way!!

Y’all, I love food. And I love grocery stores because of it. (Tangent #1 – In the South most folks call it the grocery store, you might call it “the grocery,” “the grocer,” ” the…read more »

Slow Cooker Beef Stroganoff

I’m not sure what it is about some good ol’ comfort food that makes us feel so warm inside but it does. But most comfort food takes hours to prepare. But not this one. And…read more »

Valentine’s Truffles and A “Little” Love Story

Hey, y’all!  I’ve missed you guys!  I’ve been swamped and have had little time to Southern Bite.  In fact, this weekend Laura, Heather and I worked for several hours to put together an awesome video…read more »

Laura’s Southern Dish: Chocolate!

February is Celebration of Chocolate Month.  So to get the celebration started here are a few fun dates to remember this month.  February 5th is National Chocolate Fondue Day, February 14th is National Creme-Filled Chocolates…read more »

Quick and Easy Meatloaf

Meatloaf has to be one of my favorite comfort foods.  There’s just something about a good ol’ meatloaf that warms the soul.  Not to mention the fact that it’s also my favorite leftover.  A big…read more »

Weeknight Bites: Pizza Casserole

The kitchen is my most favorite place to be and the only thing that makes it better is if I’m in the kitchen with my family and friends.  The other day I had the opportunity…read more »

Mardi Gras King Cake

Hey y’all!  I’m in and out of town for the next few weeks with my “real” job and I’m busy getting ready for Food Blog South.  In the meantime, you might see fewer posts on…read more »

Laura’s Southern Dish: Let the Good Times Roll

It is that most wonderful time of the year when the clinking of doubloons can be heard in the streets, strands of beads flying in all directions and the smell of King cake fills the…read more »

Slow Cooker Chicken and Dumplings and the Snow Storm that Wasn’t

When you’re in the deep South and the weatherman even mentions the word snow, folks absolutely go ballistic.  People start running around like chickens with their heads cut off.  You can’t find a loaf of…read more »

Laura’s Southern Dish: The Lingo of Carnival

As last Thursday marked the official start to Carnival we here at Southern Bite want to make sure that all you folks are in the know because Stacey and I love Mardi Gras!  Be sure…read more »

Laura’s Southern Dish: Food Blog South

Have you ever wondered what goes into creating a food blog? Have you ever wondered who else is out there that shares the love of blogging about Southern food? These questions and more are soon…read more »

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Video: Turning White Sugar into Brown Sugar

This week, Stacey shows you a quick way to turn white sugar into brown sugar if you’re in a pinch.

Chicken Fettuccine Alfredo

Happy New Year, Y’all!  I hope this post finds you having had a wonderful holiday and heading into a happy new year!  Wow, 2011!  Can’t believe it’s here.  I sure have missed all y’all!  I…read more »

Laura’s Southern Dish: MoonPie Over Mobile

Happy New Year!  These three words evoke champagne toasts and confetti, a kiss at midnight and of course Dick Clark counting down to the ball dropping at midnight.  But if you can’t make it to…read more »

Peanut Brittle and My Merry Christmas Wishes

I can’t believe we are just two days away from Christmas!  It seems like it was just Valentine’s Day.  I tell ya, this year has been a wild ride for me and for Southern Bite. …read more »

Red Velvet Truffles and Why There’s No Jesus in Our Nativity Set Right Now

If you visit my house any time between Thanksgiving and Christmas Day you’ll find an abundance of holiday decorations and that includes a beautiful nativity set.  But you won’t find a baby Jesus in the…read more »

Peppermint Bark and Why I Still Believe in Santa

My parents always made Christmas special, always.  I remember one Christmas in particular when I was old enough to start doubting the existence of the ol’ fat man in the red suit.  I had it…read more »

A Little Family Christmas: Martha Washington Balls

Each year for as long as I can remember, my Mom and I have made time right before Christmas to do all of our Christmas baking and candy making together.  I have such fond memories…read more »

Christmas Lights Galore and Win a $75 Sears Gift Card

Hey y’all!  We had a blast last night venturing through the more than 8 million lights at Callaway Gardens.  I’m not sure what it is about wasting all the electricity that gets you in the…read more »

Win a Subscription to Good Housekeeping, Country Living, Veranda, Better Homes and Gardens, or Family Circle.

The 15 Days of Christmas continues with your chance to win a one year subscription to Good Housekeeping, Country Living, Veranda, Better Homes and Gardens, or Family Circle. Here’s how: We have lots of new…read more »

Weeknight Bites: Heather’s Poppy Seed Chicken Casserole

Y’all, I love my wife.  And truth be told, she’s had it tough for the last several months, for lots of reasons.  Being a full-time RN, a wife and a Mom is enough.  On top…read more »