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Mr. Food: Chocolate Pecan Cobbler

Serve this Chocolate Pecan Cobbler piping hot with a scoop of ice cream for a decadent treat! The rich chocolate and bits of toffee make this one a crowd pleaser. You won't believe how easy this homemade dessert is to make!

Mr. Food: Mom's Go-To Weeknight Goulash

Mom's Go-To Weeknight Goulash is super easy and budget-friendly, making it a great weeknight dinner recipe! This family-friendly dinner is made with ground beef, elbow macaroni, a couple of veggies and your family's favorite spaghetti sauce. Everything cooks together in one skillet, and, right before it's served, it's topped with some yummy cheese. The results are delicious!

Mr. Food: Perfect Fried Shrimp

Most every Southern coastal town has loads of fresh shrimp available, and with frying being a favorite regional preparation, our Perfect Fried Shrimp recipe proves that the two go hand in hand!

Mr. Food: Ultimate Grilled Cheese Sandwich

There is no denying it, this is truly the Ultimate Grilled Cheese Sandwich. No matter how you choose to serve this melty and delicious sandwich, you can't miss. It makes a fantastic lunch for you and the kids, or a comfort filled way to compliment a bowl of soup! Either way this ooey-gooey meal is grilled cheese perfection.

Mr. Food: Elvis' Whipping Cream Pound Cake

Looking for a fun way to celebrate the "King of Rock and Roll"? How about whipping up one of his favorite desserts? Our recipe for Elvis' Whipping Cream Pound Cake is inspired by the same pound cake that one of his childhood friends would make for him every year.

Mr. Food: Carrot Cake Overnight Oats

Ever wished you could serve yourself a big slice of carrot cake for breakfast? Unfortunately, that wouldn't be a healthy option, but (lucky for you!) we've found a way for you to enjoy the tastes of carrot cake in a good-for-you breakfast form.

Mr. Food: Good Luck Hoppin' John

If you want good luck in the New Year, Southerners will tell you that you have to eat a bowl of Hoppin' John on the first day of the year. No one is quite sure how this meal of rice, peas, and ham because associated with New Year's, but by the 20th century everyone knew about it.

Mr. Food: Champagne Raspberry Floats

Toast the new year in style with our Champagne Raspberry Floats. The combination of raspberry, ice cream, and bubbly really makes these floats...pop! Your party guests are going to love them.