Happy (almost) end of April, y’all! After all the rain we’ve gotten, flowers are in bloom, and I’m happy to see some color around Chattanooga again. As I anticipated, this month totally flew by. I blame that on my social calendar filling up pretty quickly. But I’m certainly not complaining.
Am I becoming a vodka drinker? Maybe, and I think I attribute it to finally finding vodkas that don’t burn when you drink them (like anything I drank in college, because it was cheap). I’ve been exploring some new spirits lately, and one that I’ve become quite fond of is Dixie Vodka.
Spring is in full swing, and before we know it, summer will be right around the corner. It’s about time to start planning summer travel—long weekends, day trips, and weeklong ventures. If you’re looking for a fun and easy long weekend trip—or even a quick overnight stop on a longer journey—you’ll love a visit to Chattanooga, Tennessee.
This was originally going to be my Friday Five post for March. But then I got sick and totally lost my voice, and got off-schedule. So it’s arriving a few days later, now that I’m (mostly) recovered and back to the blog.
Happy Spring, y’all! It’s finally warm and not raining where I live, and I am ready to soak up some sunshine. With warmer weather comes my desire for fresh berries and lighter baking. Breakfast pastries, like muffins, are some of my favorite things to bake this time of year. Today I’m sharing one of my favorite light and easy breakfast recipes: a treat I call Sunday Morning Muffins.
It’s almost picnic and tailgate season! That means I’m going to be making lots of snacks and treats (and sangria, of course) to share with large groups. One of my favorite tailgate treats is sausage balls. I usually end up making two batches: one to share, and one for myself. While I have my go-to, tried and true sausage balls recipe, I decided to kick it up a notch with another favorite Southern snack: pimento cheese.