FIVE ICE CREAM RECIPES
THAT WILL SATISFY YOUR ICE CREAM CRAVINGS
Happy National Ice Cream Sandwich Day! | Ice Cream Recipes | Southern Ice Cream Recipes
Can you believe it? Today is the day for sweetness, it’s National Ice Cream Sandwich Day! Therefore, there is no excuse to skip out on this beautiful holiday. In honor of today, We selected a number of delicious ice cream recipes that you can make in the comfort of your own home.
HOMEMADE PEACH ICE CREAM
Sweet Sweet, Peach! This recipe is the epitome of simple, easy, and tasty! Just only three ingredients: Peaches, Milk & Honey!
EASY THREE INGREDIENT LEMON ICE CREAM
Take this trip to a delicious destination, it’s the perfect summer dessert!. Just the right amount of sweetness and a lemon tang.
COFFEE - CHOCOLATE ICE CREAM
If you enjoy the sweet but intense chocolate and coffee flavors blended together oh so nicely, then you will fall head over heels for this delicious recipe.
KEY LIME PIE ICE CREAM
Sweet and oh so tangy! Nothing like turning one of America’s Favorite Desserts into a delicious pint of ice cream.
PUMPKIN PIE ICE CREAM
Although, it may be summertime there’s nothing wrong with adding a bit of fall spirit to your diet. This Pumpkin pie ice cream is the perfect recipe to satisfy those tastebuds.
Hair and Shoe Pairings for Summer Days
After working long days, it's nice to suit up in a pair of your stylish boots for a day of relaxation shopping at local vintage markets or horseback riding. We put together a few hairstyles to pair with cowboy boots and booties for day or night looks.
Half Up, Half Down with Top Knot Bun and Booties
A half up, half down look is great to keep those hairs from getting in your face. Add a little braid for some personality to the style. This look could be paired with brown embellished booties.
Braided Up Do and Vintage Style Boots
This may seem a little complicated, but the trick is to braid sections of your hair and pin it up until it create a complete wrap. Pair this style with a rustic or vintage boot style.
Fishtail Braid and Wedged Booties
Braids are an easy look to accomplish for any occasion. For a casual look, try to style with wedged booties and jeans.
Long Locks and Combat Boots
Let's face it, we love our curls. The long ringlets that blow in the wind. This look goes perfect with these caramel combat boots.
Two Braids and Cowboy Boots
Tow pigtail braids, oh yeah. Trust us, you won't look like a twelve-year-old girl. Instead of tightly braiding, loosen the strands and pop on a cowboy hat. And of course cowboy hats calls for cowboy boots.
Cinco De Mayo Margaritas | Tequila Margaritas | Margarita Recipes
Woot woot! It’s almost Cinco De Mayo, and we’ve got a few ways to mix up that margarita for any and all festivities you may be engage in on this special holiday. It’s on a Friday so don’t worry about trying to get up early the next day, these yummy margarita recipes got you back.
Southern Restaurants in Dallas, TX | Best Restaurants in Dallas, TX | Southern Best
As humans, we do what we do best, EAT! If you’re a Dallas resident or just swinging through the area for the weekend, here are a few of the tastiest southern food spots around. We got you covered with classic to die for dishes like fried chicken, chicken and waffles, buttermilk biscuits, and more.
Sweet, savory southern food. Jonathan’s Oakcliff is a journey to the South with grade A dishes that make your toes curl with every bite. In 2011, Jonathan and his wife Christine opened up their restaurant offering DFW specialty brunches, delicious entrees, and beautifully crafted cocktails. Jonathan’s won many awards for their delicious Chicken & Waffles, The Nooner Burger, Patty Melt, and White Peppered Gravy. They offer two Happy Hours for brunch from 7 am to 10 pm, and for the afternoon from 3 pm to 6 pm. But wait: there is more! Jonathan’s even created a Bloody Mary Bar. Choose your drink, how spicy you like it, and you can make it as pretty as you want.
Ellen’s Southern Kitchen finds ways of balancing Southern comfort food with Louisiana spices. They are located in the West End of Dallas offering all day breakfast, daily specials, and sweet mimosas on Saturdays and Sundays. Ellen’s is known for their prime angus beef meatloaf and their crispy fried chicken. But their Cajun Shrimp and Grits is their signature dish that hits the spot,
“Our cheesy grits topped with spicy cajun shrimp, crumbled bacon, fresh spinach and tomatoes.”
Their happy hour is Monday through Friday from 3 pm to 5 pm offering 25 percent off all drinks.
When it comes to style in the south, Lisa Garza does it best. In early 2012, she opened Sissy’s Southern Kitchen & Bar in Dallas right off Knox-Henderson bringing country classics and Mississippi Delta cuisines. A few of Garza’s exceptional entrees include the shrimp & grits, butter whipped potatoes, and jalapeno cheddar biscuits. Sissy’s best known dish is Garza’s Fried Chicken, she seasons it with special spices, soaks it in buttermilk, and deep fries the chicken in a pressure cooker. For a sweet classic treat, the Jim Beam Bread pudding is a great recipe to test, a warm bread soaked in creme anglaise with toasted pecan crumble and a bourbon brown sugar glaze drizzled on top.
Hattie’s is one of Dallas Bishop Arts District’s treasures. After Tony Alvarez opened it in the fall of 2002, it sparked a light in the District and created a major attraction. Alvarez brought Dallas an exquisite “American Bistro with a Low-Country Influence” with dishes like fried green tomatoes, blue crab cake benedict, and pecan crusted catfish. In 2013, D Magazine named Hattie’s for Best Mac & Cheese and Meatloaf. They wrap their meatloaf in applewood bacon, layer it on fresh whipped mashed potatoes, with wild mushroom gravy smeared on top. It’s okay, we’re drooling too.
Okay, we’re Americans therefore we’ve all got a thing for chicken right? Well hats off to Chicken Scratch, they bless us all with their savory fried chicken and slow roasted rotisserie chicken. The casual pad is located off Commerce St in Dallas with a large patio area for their visitors to sit. One of Chicken Scratch’s signature dishes is their fried chicken tenders on top of a coconut waffle. Choose between their delicious sides like the stewed turkey collard greens, mashed potatoes with fried chicken gravy, homemade buttermilk biscuits and butter, and many more. Right next door is The Foundry, a nice casual bar with daily specials. Both The Foundry and Chicken Scratch hosts live music on Saturday and Sunday nights and ping pong tournaments on Tuesday.