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Greens N Grits

Greens N Grits

  Grits. Southerners eat them. A lot. Some like them sweetened with sugar and drowning in butter. Some like them with salt and pepper and drowning in butter. Some don’t have a clue what they are. I tend to laugh when some snobbish foodie goes on and on about how wonderful polenta is, then if […]

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Ramen with Choy Sum and Pork

Ramen with Choy Sum and Pork

A big bowl of ramen is such a beautiful thing. I wax poetic, but really, how can you not love a bowl of chewy noodles, unctuous broth, healthy greens and succulent meat? Not to mention a soft boiled egg, which when opened oozes a golden yolk , the texture like that of smooth custard.   The […]

Chocolate Ale Layer Cake

6 Years and Counting

    Yep, my baby here is 6 years old today. Thank you to all my loyal readers, and welcome to all my new readers! Happy Blogiversary to Black Girl Chef’s Whites!

Nestle Toll House Chocolate Chip Tea Cakes

Tea Time with Nestle Toll House Chocolate Chip Tea Cakes

This post is sponsored by Nestle Toll House   Before the technological world took over, kids often played in an imaginary world. A world where you had tea parties with all your favorite stuffed animals or battled the evil dragon with swords made from sticks. Using Nestle Toll House Refrigerated Cookie Dough, my daughter was […]

Red Beet Pancakes courtesy of Weelicious

Fun Recipes with a Surprise Hidden Inside

  A fun surprise hidden inside food? Like a diamond ring in a souffle? Like a baby inside a Mardi Gras King Cake? No, not that fun. These fun recipes all feature hidden vegetables, which is the only way to get some people to eat them. Whether you have a child, a picky eater or […]

Macaroni and Sharp Cheddar | Black Girl Chef's Whites

Food for the Soul

  What is soul food?  Here is the definition from Dictionary.com. soul food noun 1. traditional black American cookery, which originated in the rural South, consisting of such foods as chitterlings, pig knuckles, turnip greens, and cornbread. But it is so much more than that. Soul food is food that comforts your soul, that makes you feel good, […]

Smoky Date Pulled Pork Packets

Smoky Date Pulled Pork Packets

  Pulled pork is generally thought of as something you put into a soft bun, sometimes topped with coleslaw. You get it from a BBQ joint.  Smoky Date Pulled Pork Packets might raise some eyebrows. It also will raise a lot of forks to mouths. Pulled pork tends to be slathered with BBQ sauce, but this […]

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Ramen Salad with Roasted Eggplant and Shishito Peppers | Black Girl Chef's Whites

Ramen Salad with Roasted Eggplant and Shishito Peppers

  There is so much more to ramen than the sodium laden noodles with dehydrated vegetable and seasoning packs.  Don’t get me wrong, those packets of Top Ramen got me through college, but my palate has since become more refined. Traditionally ramen noodles are served in a bowl of rich broth, with assorted accompaniments such […]

Ramen with Choy Sum and Pork

Ramen with Choy Sum and Pork

A big bowl of ramen is such a beautiful thing. I wax poetic, but really, how can you not love a bowl of chewy noodles, unctuous broth, healthy greens and succulent meat? Not to mention a soft boiled egg, which when opened oozes a golden yolk , the texture like that of smooth custard.   The […]

Three Cheese Italian Style Sausage and Penne Frittata | Black Girl Chefs Whites

Chicken Sausage Three Cheese Italian Style + Penne Frittata

    If you haven’t noticed yet, I love simple, fast and easy. Minimum prep time and ingredients but maximum flavor.  This Chicken Sausage Three Cheese Italian Style and Penne Frittata is all of the above. What really makes this dish though is the addition of a truly flavorful sausage. Johnsonville Sausages have always been on […]

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