I was given this recipe by a really good friend of mine. I love getting handwritten recipes from people. It feels so authentic and personal to me. These are recipes that people share with their loved ones. And then they took the time to sit down and write it. I adore handwriting. Mine is not the best, but if I write very slowly I can produce something I am proud to share. Also, since people so rarely give handwritten recipes anymore, it feel extra special to me!
I had leftover figs from when I made cheese stuffed figs. I did not know what to do with them, until I found this recipe that originally had dried cranberries in it. But I think figs are much tasty than cranberries, so I changed it.
Hi! I’m Lane from Supper for a Steal. I’m excited to be posting over here today and sharing something a little different than I typically blog about. Usually you can find me menu planning and creating recipes around the weekly Publix ad, but today I am sharing a recipe I love, fried green tomatoes.
I was a little worried that green tomatoes would be hard to find this late in the season, but I was at a local produce market over the weekend and saw some beautiful, huge, green beefsteak tomatoes.
Being a southern girl I love all fried foods and fried green tomatoes are such a guilty pleasure when we go out to eat. When I stumbled across Southern Living’s fried green tomato recipe and saw how simple the ingredients were I knew they would be making an appearance in my kitchen soon.
We like to dip these in jalapeno ranch dressing for a little kick. With all that extra buttermilk you will have you could whip up a quick batch yourself.
OMG these were delicious and I accidentally insulted Arbor (he made them). So at first he said it was a curry and told me the ingredients and it sounded fine, but nothing fantastic. Then he told me he was going to fry them! Everything is better once you fry it. And my mistake was telling him I thought this.