Chicken and Rice Soup is one of those comfort dishes that brings me right back to my childhood. I used to have Campbells soup for lunch all winter long when I was a kid. Although I haven’t had one of those cans of soup in years, this recipe took me right back. I have to say, this chicken soup is much, much better! The flavors in this soup are elevated by the smokey pancetta and all the different vegetables throughout. I also love this the earthiness the dried herbs give

This holiday season I am sharing one of my favorite holiday recipes but with a twist. I have been making my granddaddy’s stuffing ever since I was a little girl with my grandfather. Unfortunately, he passed away about 12 years ago, but I have continued on the stuffing tradition in his honor. The smells of the cornbread baking and the sausage searing bring me right back to his kitchen. Since my family usually spend the holidays in Mexico nowadays, I don’t always have the opportunity to make granddaddy’s stuffing on

I was asked by Carusele to participate in this campaign, sponsored by Laura’s Lean. Although I have been compensated, all opinions are my own. Picadillo has been one of my favorite dishes to make for a while now. It is such a versatile dish and I am always changing it up! What is Picadillo? It is a traditional Cuban stylebeef recipe simmered with spices, tomatoes, olives and sometimes nuts and raisins. It is like a supe’d up version of taco meat. I have made it to top on nachos, stuff

This post is sponsored by Happy Egg Co® If you know me, you would know I am a HUGE breakfast person. Breakfast has been my favorite meal of the day since I was a kid, and nothing has changed. Almost every morning I make some type of egg scramble, bacon or sausage and sometimes a plate of pancakes on the side. I love feeling full and recharged after a good night’s sleep and a big breakfast. It really gets me ready for the day ahead. Which is why I’m excited

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