So here's the thing about Texas Sheet Cake. You've mostly likely had once, or several times in your lifetime, right? It's not a big ol' mystery because it is pretty dang popular. But why is it so dang popular? If your tastebuds aren't reminding you of its moist chocolatey goodness, I'll sell you on a couple of other points. 1.) It's EASY, seriously about as easy as opening up one of those plastic bags inside the cake mix box. 2.) It's FAST--.Texas sheet cake doesnt take 50 minutes to bake . . .
Growing up my mom would slice a fresh cucumber from the garden and put them in a tubberware bowl with white vinegar and salt and pepper. We loved eating those vinegar-y cucumber slices. She would make them for all of our summer BBQs and family get togethers over the summers. I have really fond memories of running barefoot and eating lots of yummy summer foods. Fast forward about 20 years - my husband and I had dinner at his parents house one summer evening and she served a salad very . . .
Corn on the cob screams summer to me. I have such fond memories of buttery fingers and corn stuck between my teeth as a kid. We would eat corn on the cob all.the.time during the summer months. It is still one of my favorite side dishes and I adore all of the variations on this simple summer food. Love love love - the saltwater corn here on the blog! This past weekend we were invited to a bbq and asked to bring a salad. With the summer months upon us I instantly thought corn on the cob, . . .
A few years back some friends brought this tasty asparagus salad to a BBQ. This salad was gone in 2 seconds flat. Everyone asked for the recipe, including me, and it has been a staple ever since. Perfect For A BBQ This dish is PERFECT for summer evening dinners. You will love this along with any sort of grilled meat. We had this with steaks and corn on the cob the other night with my family. My brother said that the only thing he would change about it was to have more of it in his . . .
Everyone loves this pasta salad. It's perfect for potlucks, or parties. It is one the whole family will enjoy and devour! Such a simple and refreshing salad. I like it best the second day--you may wish to prepare it a day ahead. Make sure to stir before serving, so the dressing isn't all on the bottom. The vinaigrette really makes or breaks the salad so be sure to pick a good one! Its so easy to make, and you can throw just about any vegetable you want in it!! We start by chopping up our . . .