Nona’s Chicken Cacciatore {Hunter’s Stew}

Chicken CacciatoreChicken cacciatore is a classic Italian dish, which roughly translates as hunter’s stew. Early recipes might have been made with pheasant, rabbit or chicken, and each recipe was adapted for those who might be traveling or hunting for several days and would require an easy to prepare recipe for outside cooking. Wine being readily available and a drink of choice made the inclusion of wine to the recipe perfect even for the hunters. read more

Simply Sundays Link Party

Simply Sundays Link Party #2

Welcome to Simply Sundays on Simple Plate, link party week number two! We are so excited that you are joining us to share your best food, DIY, and crafting posts from the week! We look forward to seeing how creative, inspired, and delicious you've ... read more

Ultimate Banana Pudding

Ultimate Banana Pudding From Scratch

Childhood dreams revolve around such things as this. Hoping that mama would make this banana pudding from scratch for Sunday dinner, we would often 'stack' the grocery cart with the bananas and vanilla wafers.  Once she tried to get away with the ... read more

Scarborough Fair Herb Compound Butter

Scarborough Fair Herb Compound Butter

MMMMMMMMM Butter! Who doesn't love a pat of fresh cream butter melting on a stack of pancakes, or a warm muffin? Sizzling in a sauté pan browning, melting slowly on an ear of fresh grilled corn. Ok now, I'm hungry!  Add a few herbs to that fresh ... read more

Simply Sundays Link Party

Simply Sundays Link Party #1

Welcome to Simply Sundays on Simple Plate ! Sundays are not only the end of a long week but they are the day that many with go to church, spend time with family, enjoy the outdoors, grocery shop, plan weekly meals using the old tattered recipe cards that have been passed down for ages. But Sundays ... read more