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My Mother’s Famous Fruit Salad

Just like my grandmother’s Pink Stuff, our family always has a big giant bowl of Fruit Salad every Thanksgiving and Christmas. I don’t know when the tradition started, or who started it, but as long as I’ve been alive, it was my mother’s task...
Pink Stuff – A holiday tradition

Pink Stuff – A holiday tradition

For as long as I can remember, and many years beyond I’m sure, our family has enjoyed what has been affectionately called Pink Stuff at every Thanksgiving and Christmas dinner table. Reviewing the web to see if anyone else has the recipe listed, I found that...
Mexican Salad – A simple staple

Mexican Salad – A simple staple

Back in 1986 I married a man from Mississippi. It didn’t last long – just two years, one month, one day – but from that marriage came a fine recipe his mother served up one night that I’ve made 1000 times since. I can honestly say the recipe...
Rustic BBQ Biscuits

Rustic BBQ Biscuits

A few months ago, I decided biscuit didn’t need to be round. I know, a revelation, right. They don’t. They can be square, or even nice little triangles. Heck they can be dropped from a spoon, patted out and cut into perfect circles, or even hearts. But out...
Ranch Style Baked Beans

Ranch Style Baked Beans

I like to hunt, there’s no doubt about that. On our little 70 acre ranch we can harvest a few deer and hogs throughout the year to keep us fed without having to resort to slaughtering the animals we raise. We’re supposed to slaughter the animals we raise,...
Good Gravy

Good Gravy

It always amazes me when I talk to folks about country cooking and their biggest conundrum is gravy. I’ve probably been making gravy as long as I’ve been able to hold a spoon in my hand. It was a staple growing up in my household, and just something that I...