I LOVE to Cook!And more than that...I love when people enjoy what I cook! I have toyed with the idea of starting this blog for some time. Finally, I have made time to share some of my best recipes and share my trials as I attempt some new recipes. Enjoy!
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Saturday nights were routine when I was growing up. We’d go out to dinner somewhere, usually Western Steer, or Quincy’s, after a day of working on the farm in the chicken houses, garden, or lawn. Then, after dinner, we would … Continue reading
When I was in college at Western Carolina University from 1991-1995, one of my favorite things to do my freshman year was to get in the car and drive to Waynesville, NC with my friends Jeff Dillard, Pam Ward, and … Continue reading
Magic Cookie Bars are my father’s favorite Christmas candy. These holiday goodies are quick and very easy to make. There is virtually no clean up, and they are ready in 25 minutes. What could be easier? From start to finish, … Continue reading
My grandparents and parents loved K&W Cafeteria more than anyone I know. Anytime we went to Winston-Salem, Charlotte, or Myrtle Beach, you could bet your bottom dollar that a trip (or several) to K&W were in the near future. One … Continue reading
When I was pregnant with Jackson, nine years ago, I craved the strangest things — country-style steak with mashed potatoes and green beans, anything chocolate, and real Coke. I guess this explains why I gained 59 pounds and had a … Continue reading
Let me just tell you a secret — My mother is the queen of Christmas candy. It’s true. She can flat out make some Christmas candy, and another one of her famous recipes is her fantasy fudge. This is a … Continue reading
Terri Hall brought this dessert to the house last night, and of course I had to ask how to make it. Terri shared that she borrowed this recipe from Tina Carpenter, one of our former colleagues in Hickory Public Schools. … Continue reading