I love sitting around the fire after a big meal, swapping stories with loved ones. Usually, a round of coffee will help to keep us all up instead of going into a food coma. This year, I’ve added a few special ingredients to my go-to Westrock coffee for a festive, flavorful beverage.
There are all kinds of rubs out there for steaks. This one has a little zing to it because it’s made using coffee. And not just any coffee—Westrock Coffee. It tastes so darn good, but what’s even better is I feel good using it. Westrock Coffee is an Arkansas-based brand that works with small farmers around the world to create an ethically-sourced product.
Nothing can breathe new life into a Southerner like a scoop of ice cream on a hot summer evening. For this recipe, I’ve chosen to use what I think is one of the most refreshing flavors–mint. And I have so much of it growing in the garden, it was time for me to come up with a new way to use it.
Sprinkle some dark chocolate shaving on top of this ice cream, and you’ve got yourself a delicious little treat!
Recipe courtesy of Arkansas-based Chef Michael Selig
This is a favorite recipe of Chef Faith Anaya with the program Kid’s Cook! Arkansas and two of her students. This is a great recipe for kids to help out with!
Rich in antioxidants, vitamin C, and other essential vitamins; cabbage is one the world’s healthiest foods. At only 22 calories per cup, you can pretty much eat all you want!
There’s just something about having a Cajun fritter in one hand and rum punch in the other that can erase any trace of the blues.