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My fondest childhood memories were the times gathered around the family dinner table at my grandparents house, eating some of the best comfort foods ever. These days, family is not just comprised of those sharing the same DNA, but an eclectic group of loved ones who you like sharing your down time with.

Growing up a Southern girl, you know our table was full of some down home favorites. One of those dishes, of course, was collard greens.

My grandfather taught me how to prepare collard greens, which turned out to be one of my signature dishes in our family. Now, you know we didn’t call it a “signature dish” back then; it was just that favorite dish you cooked with love and pride for the family, while they boosted your head by ranting and raving over how good it tastes.

There’s no greater time to form lasting memories around the dinner table than during the holiday season. I specialize in southern and diverse comfort food dishes, while adding my own healthy culinary twist to them, and so can you.

At SweetMoses Brands, I believe that home entertaining should be a joy, and not a chore – all while helping you bring your loved ones back around the dinner table.

Like SweetMoses on Facebook for more holiday recipes and look for our upcoming website launch in January!

Bon Appétit!

About Rhonda Sweet: Expert food entrepreneur Rhonda Sweet is a Dallas-based comfort food curator specializing in unique food experiences around the table for corporate and private events. Her company, Sweet Moses Brands, sells both her signature dishes and handpicked products and hosts pop-up food events where Rhonda combines her ability to entertain and inspire with cooking classes or demonstrations. Rhonda was a contestant in Season Two of Fox’s Master Chef, where they were drawn to her signature southern dish, Nana’s Bread Pudding and her powerful story of growing up in the kitchen and at the table. Having bootstrapped her own collard green business, Rhonda’s passion is to mentor others by focusing on work ethics and accountability, to help them chart the path to their dreams.

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