Friends, I hope your days are merry and bright. Have a wonderful holiday for those who celebrate Christmas. Many of you have been asking for a chicken recipe. So, I guess it is time for me to share my all-time favorite chicken recipe! Buttermilk Stewed Chicken, and it’s so easy!
This vintage buttermilk stewed chicken recipe is simply yummy. No wonder it is still a family favorite after so many years! Stewed buttermilk chicken always sounded strange to me as a child, but now when I cook it, I still enjoy the taste of it. I love how the poultry was cooked in a dutch oven with tomatoes and spices this time. It has a nice aroma when cooking, and to think that we enjoyed this meal over 20 years ago (hmmm, perhaps 20 years is an exaggeration). The preparation is simple too. All we really need to do is mix everything together.
The chicken always turns out moist and tender. It’s one of those meals you can repeatedly eat without getting tired of it.
It’s also a great dish for those who are looking for something to cook that is easy and quick. The buttermilk adds a nice tangy flavor, and the tomatoes give the chicken a rich, thick sauce that goes well with rice.
This is a great family dish that everybody will love. The best thing about this recipe is that it will make your house smell like heaven, and you will eat like royalty. It’s easy to prepare using affordable ingredients and can be made on a budget.
I hope you enjoy this recipe as much as we do. If you do, please let me know what you think! And if there is a dish that you would like to see on the site, please comment below and let me know.
I love the Chinoiserie design, and decorating my home that way has become a tradition of mine. But since I’m a minimalist in decorating, I decided to spread the chinoiserie love during Christmas and integrated the theme into my Chinoiserie Christmas tree this year. This post will show you how I’ve decorated my tree in an elegant Chinese style using the most gorgeous shade of blue ribbons, gold ornaments, dried hydrangeas, and fake candlesticks.
I’m a big believer in the power of color, and blue is my favorite. I’ve used this color throughout my home as it’s such an elegant and soothing shade that can create a relaxing atmosphere for you to unwind after a long day.
I decided to use a light shade of blue ribbon for my Christmas tree. The color complements the gold ornaments and dried hydrangeas well and makes them stand out even more. As for other decorations, I used ornate gold ornaments. They were perfect for this type of Christmas tree. I also added a few fake candlesticks to the mix, and they helped me create an elegant grandmillennial style.
The gold and blue combination are not only elegant, but it’s also very chic. I love how this Christmas tree turned out. It looks festive and stylish, which is exactly what I was going for!
There is no right way or wrong way to decorate your Christmas tree; the most important thing is to decorate with items you love and can enjoy for many Christmas to come. Be creative, be thoughtful, and enjoy the season! Omniley
See the below step-by-step video on how to recreate this look!
Everyone loves this Christmas Crack! Christmas Crack has a salty caramel base, is filled with chocolate, and is topped off with crunchy pecans. It’s like a saltine cracker meets a candy bar. It may sound complicated, but it’s pretty simple to put together, and the result is delicious!
I have always loved the combination of salty and sweet, so this recipe is right up my alley. I hope you’ll try it and let me know what you think!
The base for Christmas Crack is a saltine cracker. We’ve all had these before, but don’t underestimate them! They have a great flavor and texture, making them perfect for this recipe.
Whether you are looking for a sweet treat or something easy to munch on while getting ready for Christmas, this crack is the perfect solution! It is the epitome of sweet and salty. If you can keep this homemade Peppermint Christmas Crack around after Christmas, it is a great gift you can easily make yourself. Happy Holidays-Omniley
I love using potpourri at Christmas time. Christmas Potpourri has become a holiday staple for me, making my home smell so good! I used to buy potpourris from the store, and then I discovered that you could make your own! I make several batches during the holiday season.
Yes, it’s that time of year again. Time for eggnog. You know, the creamy holiday drink that is the perfect way to warm up on a cold winter night? Why not forego that store-bought version and try homemade eggnog?
Eggnog is a drink that has been around for centuries. It was first made in England, where it was called “egg-flip.” The English settlers brought it to America, where they changed the name from egg-flip to eggnog.
There are many different ways to make this delicious beverage. The recipe below is a classic, traditional recipe for eggnog. It calls for cream and milk to make the drink extra creamy and smooth. You can also add alcohol to give it an extra kick.
Eggnog is great served hot or cold, depending on your tastes. It can be served as a dessert drink at parties or enjoyed by itself as an after-dinner drink.
For those of you who’d like to give homemade eggnog a try, this recipe is a terrific place to start. It’s very easy to prepare, and in addition to the steps illustrated here, you probably have many of its ingredients on hand. Then all that’s necessary is to pour and enjoy!
Homemade eggnog is a fun holiday treat with our easy eggnog recipe. None of the fillers of the store-bought stuff — just cream, sugar, eggs, and spices. Enjoy it spiked or without alcohol for a kid-friendly version.
8 egg yolks
1 C white sugar
1 1/2 C whole milk
1/2 c evaporated milk
1 c heavy cream
1 tsp cinnamon
1 tsp nutmeg
1/2 tsp salt
1 tsp vanilla extract
1/3 C bourbon or rum (optional)
In a large bowl, use a whisk or stand mixer to beat egg yolks and sugar until they become pale and fluffy.
Combine the milks, cream, spices, and vanilla in a heavy bottom pot. Stir well. Move to the stovetop and slowly heat on low heat for about 9 minutes. Until the milk mixture is hot but not boiling.
Add the milk mixture slowly to the egg mixture. Whisking as you go. Once the mixtures have been completely incorporated. Place on stove and heat on low. Stir constantly until the mixture reaches 160 degrees.
Pour in a freeze-safe pitcher and let cool for 2 hours.
Remove from the freezer and add your alcohol; shake or stir well. Serve immediately.
Keep refrigerated for up to 5 days.
Omit alcohol for a kid-friendly version.
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Generously coat a 9×13-inch baking dish with melted butter.
Roll out cinnamon rolls and cut into strips.
Add sweet potato filling and roll, and place in greased baking dish.
In a large mixing bowl, whisk together the eggs, cream, flour, cinnamon, nutmeg, and vanilla.
Pour egg mixture over the contents of the dish to make sure you dampen any dry pieces.
Sprinkle the pecans evenly over the dish.
Bake until light golden brown, about 18-25 minutes. The type of cinnamon rolls you use might vary cook time so watch carefully! You will also want to check a middle piece to ensure the dough is fully cooked.
Remove the baking dish from the oven.
Pour the warm glaze evenly over cinnamon roll pieces.
Heat butter in a small saucepan on medium-low until it turns a nutty brown, about 6- 8 minutes. Cool slightly.
Place cream cheese in a medium bowl. Using a whisk, mix in powdered sugar, vanilla, and salt until smooth.
Whisk in browned butter slowly. Add milk until smooth.
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