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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I was born on my grandfather’s birthday in November of 1972. Stacy Brewer, who was my maternal grandfather, a firm believer in traditional gender roles, and the unquestionable innocence of Richard M. Nixon, told my mother – when my birth … Continue reading
No one can make chicken and dumplings like my grandmother could. She would start with a whole chicken and let it stew all day with butter, chicken broth, salt, pepper, and flour, and then she would make her own biscuit … Continue reading
When I was a child, our family would make our annual trek to Myrtle Beach each summer for five glorious days in the South Carolina sunshine. My grandparents had a Taurus camper, and we always stayed at Pirateland Family Campground. … Continue reading
When I think of meatloaf, I think of country cooking, family dinners, mashed potatoes, my grandmother’s macaroni and cheese, and all things warm and familiar. Meatloaf has that comfort food feel that takes me back to my youth. My grandmother … Continue reading
My Ma Ma Pendry made the most incredible homemade macaroni and cheese in the world. It was always perfect. I can remember watching my grandmother carefully stir the Velveeta into the macaroni and ask me to stir it until the … Continue reading
My grandmother loved hot peppers. She would grow these hot red peppers on a little tree, pick them, and eat them. Although I LOVE hot food, I could never eat the hot peppers raw. I tried one time, and I … Continue reading