Friday, February 8, 2013


I extend a warm Southern welcome to everyone on the 
~ Eat My Valentine Southern Blog Tour ~
I am thrilled to be kicking off the tour with a super SIMPLE version of 
a traditional southern dessert .
As I always say: 
"Life is short .... have dessert first" !
Enjoy the tour!

Valentine's Day is fast approaching!

Although, I am not a cook, myself, I know that many of you will be serving up some 

scrumptuos meals for your loved ones. Of course, you will want to have something sweet for your sweetie, to top it all off. 

Why not try something Simply Southern?
I have a recipe that is VERY Simple and VERY Southern.
It is even simple enough for a totally (Un)Domestic Diva like me!

I got it from a blogger friend several years ago when she added it to a post/review about my "little book of southern poems”, Reflections of a Mississippi Magnolia.
I really was AMAZED at how simple it was!
I even added it as a permanent fixture on my website!
Check it out at    .
*You will find it midway down the page* .......
It goes though each step of the recipe one by one.


1 cup self-rising flour
1 cup milk
1 cup sugar
1 stick butter
1 large can Peaches DO NOT drain
Preheat oven to 350 degrees
Mix flour and milk, in 9x9 square Pyrex dish,
add sugar, dump can of peaches and juice into it mixture.
Cut butter into patties and put on top.
Bake for 1 hr



February 9Sally Whitney – Pecan pie,  Scalloped oysters

February 10: NancyKay Wessman – Ratatouille

February 11: Amy Neftzger – “Broken” Rice Krispie Hearts

February 12: Trisha Faye -  Dr. Pepper Pork Chops and Pecan Broccoli.

              WIN THE “GRAND TOUR” PRIZE
One person will be picked at random from all the comments left during the tour to be eligible to win the “Grand Tour” prize donated by author/editor Zetta Brown.
With every comment you leave during the tour you increase your chances!
Zetta will be offering a food-inspired “surprise” prize to one person who leaves a “thought-felt” comment during the tour. This means the comment needs to have some “meat” to it. It cannot be just a one word comment like “Great” or “Yum” or “Thanks” or “Great! Thanks for the yummy recipe!”
In order to receive the prize, when chosen, the winner must provide their legal name and address. It will NOT be shared with anyone or put on any mailing list. It’s only to facilitate shipping the prize.
The prize drawing is limited to U.S. participants only because availability and access cannot be guaranteed elsewhere.
Good luck , have fun, and have a
Happy Valentine’s Day!


  1. I wish computers had Smell-O-Vision or something. I also wish I could just take a fork to that photo and dig in! :)

  2. "SMILE"

    Thanks for stopping in !
    Come back soon !

  3. sounds and looks delish!!!!mmmm!!!

  4. I'm sooooo gonna make this for my mama. We were just talking about finding a good recipe and this looks GOOD. Thanks for the repost Toya

  5. Peach cobbler is one of my favorites, and this recipe looks like something I could do. I'm definitely going to add this to my list of go-to desserts. Thanks, Patricia.

  6. Patricia,

    The thing I LOVE about you is....

    "What you SEE IS what you get" !!!
    No beating around the bush about you.
    The (un) Domestic Diva SAYS it all !!!

    What a FUN blog post on a cold and snowy February day.
    Like SUNSHINE and warm SOUTH on my computer screen.!

    ♥*➷*♥* HAPPY VALENTINE'S DAY *♥*➷*♥

    1. Thanks so much !
      Yes...What you see is what you get ! (smile)
      It IS what it IS ! LOL!!!
      SO glad that I could spread some southern sunshine ...and LOVE ! :)

  7. I love the ease of the recipe - definitely something I will try. Thanks for sharing it!

  8. Oh my goodness Patricia, I love it! It sounds so good, and sooooo easy. I'm ready to run out for a can of peaches right now. Can't wait to try this.

    1. Wonderful ! I'm glad you liked it ! SO simple !