Marinated Chicken of the Woods

Marinated Chicken of the Woods mushrooms are tangy, salty, meaty morsels that are fabulous additions to charcuterie platters, salads, and simple turkey and cheese sandwiches. Our family loves them. When we are out foraging for fall mushrooms, this is the food I'm craving the most. Chicken of the Woods, Laetiporus S. is a mildly flavored fungus that... Continue Reading →

Fall Harvest Green Tomato Enchiladas

Enchiladas are a great way to use all of the green tomatoes when the summer garden comes to an end and the plants have to be pulled. I love green tomato salsa and enchilada sauce, probably more than traditional red salsa. The bright flavors in this sauce pair beautifully with pulled pork, chicken, or vegetarian... Continue Reading →

Muffin Tin Meal Prep for Lunchboxes

Muffin tins get used heavily in our kitchen, but rarely for baking cupcakes. They are used to get our fresh garden produce and homemade mini-meals ready for the kids' school lunch boxes. Back-to-school preparations in our home include picking, baking, freezing, and vacuum sealing. Digging Food is an earthy food blog, not a "Mommy" blog;... Continue Reading →

Crustless Quiche Muffins

Crustless Quiche Muffins are a favorite in our home. They are great to have on-hand for easy breakfasts, school lunchboxes and camping trips. This recipe yields two dozen; the perfect amount to stock the freezer. This is part of our Muffin Tin Meal Prep for Lunchboxes and one of the best time saving freezer meals we make. We keep... Continue Reading →

Zucchini Muffins

These zucchini muffins are a super easy treat that can be made with overgrown zucchini or tromboncino squash.  They are just sweet enough to be loved by children. But, not too sweet.  If you wanted to sweeten them up and call them dessert,  you could top them with a cream cheese icing. In our home,... Continue Reading →

Mamaw Kitty’s “Mater, Tater, Onion Soup”

“Mater, Tater, Onion Soup” is a hearty and bright dish that captures all of the wonderful flavors of summertime tomatoes. This simple, yet satisfying, soup is one of the most beloved and cherished recipes passed down by my paternal grandmother. Mamaw Kitty always had a house full: grand-kids, nieces, nephews, and plenty of extra tag-a-longs…. Continue Reading →

Meat Interlude: Makin’ Bacon

Guest Blogger: I asked my smoking, grilling, meat cooking man to contribute this to DiggingFood.com. The dishes I blog about are not usually meat focused. But, this was too delicious to not share.  For all of my vegetarian readers, scroll quickly past this. I promise my next post will be green. Making home cured bacon is quicker, easier... Continue Reading →

Cast Iron Berry Cobbler

  If you have ever had a Southern Grandmother fix you a bowl of perfect cobbler, it was probably made with a recipe similar to this one. This delicious cobbler is easier than any pie and simply perfect. My Mammaw taught me how to make this, and I have only made a few minor changes... Continue Reading →

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