Put down the bottled dressing and make your own. You’ll use this one recipe on salads, vegetables and meats … it even makes a killer potato salad. And, it starts with two ingredients + salt and pepper.
StyleBlueprint recipes are perfect for weeknight meals, special celebrations, Sunday brunches, and everything in between. Our recipes are not complicated, but are big on flavor. We tend to be healthier than what you typically think of as "Southern fare." These are the recipes we cook ourselves and are perfect for busy people. We also have modern Southern recipes perfect for the abundance of fresh vegetables the South has on hand throughout the year!
Where’s the beef? Who cares! Try this salmon burger recipe this weekend. It takes about 15-20 minutes from prep to serving. And it’s SO good!
Nothing says summer like juicy peaches and ripe tomatoes! This salad combines them into one delicious dish that can be edited to your liking and served to one or many — the options are endless. Bon appetit!
Must BBQs always be meaty? We think not! Here is a perfectly plant-based menu for your next summer gathering!
Get pro cooking tips from a food scientist-turned-chef and Coopers’ Craft’s on-campus chef for cooking with bourbon. Plus give it a try with three fab bourbon-spiked recipes (including a bourbon slushie you’ll want to whip up ASAP!).
Sometimes a recipe just forms in your head, and it works out perfectly from the very first try. You’ll love this one just as much as we do, and it’s super simple!
A group of gals gathered in celebration of a friend’s birthday, and the event was picture perfect! Entertainer extraordinaire and the host of the summer get-together shares how she put on the event as well as the recipes for the memorable dishes she served.
What if you just had to make ONE cake each season … What would you pick? Here are the ones we pick and we think you’ll love them, too. Enjoy!
Coconut cake is always in season!
If you’re not feeling like a celebrity chef, simply dump your ingredients in a pot, kick back and relax. No need to feel guilty — our grandmothers did this too!