First thing you will see are some of the prettiest food photos on the web. Her side bars are filled with the incredible sights and colors from her efforts. You just know she has something to say. She professes to not be a chef, but "just a plain ole home cook".
Her site is very easy to follow, complete with her online cookbook section, right at the top (easy to follow and find what you need). Her latest post is a doozy, about a terrific sounding eggplant and seafood dressing casserole that looks amazing. But even better, she personalizes the dish with a wonderful story about her in-laws and the first time she had dinner at their home (while still dating, god help her). personally, I love blogs that get personal occasionally. And I especially love blogs with family tables. the world is tough, not always fair and guys are all jerks (just ask my ex-wife). But I do enjoy escaping to the world that can be created on a blog. Her stories of her Father-in-law and that first family dinner is great fun for me.
Her recipes are easy to follow, have great clear photos and are very much family meal friendly. Nothing terribly fancy, but certainly something that any Dad would be thrilled to come home to and any child would prefer she defrosted a pizza instead (but years from now will have those great fond memories of Mom in the kitchen).
Click on her site, and go down her side bars... If you can resist clicking on one of her dish photos, you should not be hunting around food blogs. These "simple" dishes are works of art. I will be checking back regularly, and you can do far worse than having her as a blog buddy. I know she has a lot to show me.
Of course, even after spending some time on her blog, I still can't tell if Deep Southern Dish is about her food, or the dish that cooks the food. She has a terrific sense of humor, and her blog has a gentle wit to it. I really like her writing style.
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