Posts Tagged by family
|February 23, 2013||Filled under Soups & Stews|
Saturday is our running day. Drum lessons, grocery shopping, oil change, hair cuts, pick up that birthday card…you get the picture. We wake up early, the girls usually make breakfast and then it is off and running until dinner time.… more
|July 29, 2012||Filled under Appetizers, Fish & Seafood|
It has been quite a while since I last posted a recipe here at my favorite spot. I wish I could say that was because it is summer and I am spending an absorbent amount of time lounging pool or… more
|June 12, 2012||Filled under Food Gifts, Tips & How To's|
Is there anything more important than Daddy in a girl’s life? As a woman who was once a little girl (a long time ago J) and the mother of two little girls I believe that Daddy is the most influential… more
|June 10, 2012||Filled under Appetizers, Make Ahead, Party, Side Dish|
Its late spring in the south which means one thing; outdoor parties! This is the time of year when the invites pour in to join family or friends or both for backyard soirées. And here in the south there is… more
|May 20, 2012||Filled under Beef, Main Dish, Slow Cooker|
I was recently asked why I have a recipe blog. I wasn’t expecting the question and there are so many possible answers. I could explain why I started it. I could explain my dreams of turning this little extracurricular activity… more
|April 15, 2012||Filled under Breakfast, Casserole, Main Dish, Make Ahead|
This morning I am enjoying a sweet breakfast and thinking about age. Yes, it is that time of year again. My birthday is just around the corner. My last 6 birthdays have been dreaded events as I watch 25 slip further… more
|March 25, 2012||Filled under Desserts|
Remember watching “The Wizard of Oz” as a child? Of course you do. It’s a classic American activity like baseball and apple pie. As a child it was one of the few movies that played on the network channels which… more
|March 18, 2012||Filled under Chicken, Main Dish|
Maybe it’s because Dr. Seuss just had a birthday Or maybe it was the green beer from St. Patty’s day Something has me in a rhyming type mood Even though this article’s all about food Maybe… more
|January 21, 2012||Filled under Main Dish, Pork, Vegetables|
Traditions that are 4709 years old. That is old. A Dragon that determines the fate of a generation. Weeks of preparation for family gatherings that will last 15 days. (That is a long time to spend with the in-laws and… more
|January 12, 2012||Filled under Bread, Breakfast|
In the month of January everyone makes predictions about what the year ahead will hold. The hottest trends in swim wear (like anyone wants to think about a bathing suit 2 weeks after Christmas). The next big thing in technology… more
- Cooking Spray
- 1 cup pecan pieces, divided
- 4 cans refrigerated biscuits (10 biscuits in each can)
- 1/2 cup white sugar
- 2 tbs cinnamon
- 1 stick butter, melted
- 1/2 cup brown sugar
Putting It All Together:
- Preheat oven to 350 and heavily grease a bundt pan with cooking spray.
- Sprinkle half of pecans into bottom of pan.
- Using kitchen shears, cut 20 biscuits into 4 pieces each.
- Place sugar and cinnamon in a large, resealable baggie.
- Drop biscuit pieces in and shake well to coat.
- Drop coated biscuits into pan, spreading evenly around center (resist the urge to push them down, they need space to cook).
- Sprinkle remaining pecans on top.
- Repeat steps 3-6 with remaining biscuits.
- Mix butter and brown sugar and pour evenly over biscuits.
- Bake at 350 for 35-40 minutes, until butter is soaked in and top is lightly brown.