• Grilled Mixed Berry Cobbler

    Grilled Mixed Berry Cobbler


    I saw Tasty’s video on how to make this cobbler which then I decided to share it on my Facebook Group “Edible Reflections Food Group“. I knew sooner or later this was a recipe that I wanted to try. So … Continue reading

  • Oreo Lasagna

    Oreo Lasagna


    A video for making this dessert came across my Facebook feed. At that moment, I knew I had to try it. It just looked sooooo good.

  • Cherry Cream Cheese Cobbler


    I had a bag of fresh cherries that needed to be used ASAP. I thought of making cupcakes, but I was looking to make something different. I turned to the Facebook group I created (Edible Reflections Food Group)

  • Red Velvet Cupcakes

    Red Velvet Cupcakes


    It’s been a long time since I’ve baked cupcakes. Valentine’s Day was the perfect occasion to bake a batch of red velvet. Get ready to lick your fingers clean! ­čśë

  • Red Velvet Cupcakes

    Happy Valentine’s Day


    Hope your day is filled with lots of love, plenty of friendships and red velvet cupcakes.┬á ­čÖé

  • Chocolate Cake


    I found this recipe from a Family Circle magazine. I really don’t recall how long ago, but it’s a tiny piece of paper. So it’s time to put on the blog before I truly lose the recipe. This turned out … Continue reading

  • Red Velvet Bundt Cake


    I had one last box of Betty Crocker Red Velvet Cake mix. I’m in the “clear up my pantry and use items I have before they expire” mode. I just don’t like to throw away food.

  • Red Velvet Mini Cakes


    This was not what I was intending to make. As a matter of fact, it became a total bake fail. 

  • Boston Creme Donuts


    I’ve been wanting to try this for a little while now. I finally pulled the trigger and I’m so glad I did.

  • Lemon Meringue Pie


      For the last 7 years my family has been blessed to spend Thanksgiving with a wonderful family. We have seen our kids grow and time fly by.

H&H Restaurant 


Happy Father’s Day to my dear husband. A visit to Macon, GA at the last minute was so fitting to celebrate him and the wonderful man and father he is to our kids. 

We visited the Allman Brothers Museum (The Big House), listened to great music by the Marcus King Band and left with full and grateful tummies when we stopped for breakfast at the H&H Restaurant

As soon as you walk into this place you feel at home. More like enjoying a picnic with a bunch of strangers in a familiar place. A place full of music history and  love.

Gabe about to enjoy some soul food.

History on the walls

I’ve never had biscuits like these. The BEST hands down.

“Don’t stop when you’re tired. Stop when you’re done”.

Macon we leave you for now. But we take you with us. 

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Ili

Breakfast Coma – Noshville Delicatessen┬á


Well I officially had breakfast coma…

Dare breakfast sandwich from Noshville Delicatessen

Dare breakfast sandwich from Noshville Delicatessen


I’ve been going to Noshville for many years. Today I dared to have a bigger breakfast than my husband’s.  ­čś│ 

So if you’re in town and are in need of some serious food. There you have it!

My previous post Noshville Delicatessen shows more of the amazing food this place creates for its patrons. 

Enjoy!

Ili ­čÖé

Absolutely amazing baked turkey meatballs!


I’ve tried several times to make descent turkey meatballs. And finally I made an amazing batch!

Turkey meatballs ready for the oven

Turkey meatballs ready for the oven

Ingredients:

3 lbs of ground turkey meat

2 eggs

1 cup bread crumbs

1 onion (finely chopped)

1 red bell pepper (finely chopped)

2 tbs Worcestershire sauce

1/2 tsp black pepper

1/2 tsp salt

2 garlic cloves

1/3 cup chicken broth

1 tsp thyme

1 tsp oregano

Olive oil

Preparation:

1-Preheat the oven to 400 degrees Fahrenheit. Line 2 large baking sheets with aluminum foil and spray with cooking spray. 

2-Place some olive oil in frying pan. Add garlic, onion and  red bell pepper and saut├ę. 

3-Add thyme, black pepper, salt, oregano, Worcestershire sauce and chicken broth. Cook until most of the liquid is gone. Cool. 

4-Combine turkey, bread crumbs and eggs. Add cooled mix from step #3. Mix well. 

5-Make balls about 1 to 1 1/2 ing in size. Line in baking sheets. Cook for about 20 minutes. 

This time I had them with bow tie pasta and pink sauce (red and Alfredo sauce combined).

Enjoy!

Baked turkey meatballs

Baked turkey meatballs


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