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Grandma's Butterscotch Brownies

I came from a long line of good cooks…I mean literally.  My grandma’s maiden name was Cook. She told me once that she felt it was her destiny to become a cook because that was her name!  332 more words


Friends & Neighbors

Catching up with old friends is a delightfully grounding experience. Many years may have passed, but the reminiscing brings you all right back to the same spot in time. 286 more words

The best steak you've never had is in Pine, Louisiana

By Jesse Brooks

If you have ever been to Pine, Louisiana you would know how the area came up with its name. It’s 10 miles out from Franklinton if you’re traveling East either way on Hwy. 566 more words

Florida Parishes

Lunch + Recipe

The best thing about eating keto is you can mix and match good food together from just about anywhere and enjoy healthy, good food.

For lunch, I visited the cafeteria in my work environment. 290 more words


Tuesday’s Treats #111

Papa Jack’s Country Kitchen

Location: Flowery Branch, Ga

We’ve been to Papa Jack’s twice. The atmosphere is comfy and homey-like. They’ve just recently moved to a new location in Flowery Branch. 183 more words


A Simple Country Supper - Breaded Pork Tenderlion, Country Fried Apples, and Biscuits


Supper you say? What’s that? Well, my friends, It’s arguably the best meal of the day, something most Americans refer to as “dinner”. In the south, the term… 618 more words

Old-Fashioned Chicken Giblets

One of my absolutely favorite down home, stick to your ribs dinners is Giblets & Gravy. To the city people that translates to chicken gizzards, hearts and livers in gravy. 202 more words