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Gettin' Back to My Roots

I don’t know if it’s the change in weather, the holiday season or the realization that human beings are in a state of unrest that conjures up memories of my childhood. 506 more words


Foodie Travels: Grits N Greens, Lowell, N.C.

Molly and I have made a habit of visiting some of the most Southern places we can find, both near home and when we’re traveling. As two native North Carolinians, we have a deep respect and appreciation for the “country” cooking indigenous to our slice of the country. 280 more words

Foodie Travels

Fig slice

Figs are just scrumptious! So when asked to bake a little something for a Parish event this is what happened because I had a pack of dried figs in the cupboard. 257 more words

In The Kitchen

Appalachia and Food: Potato Pancakes

Friday Fare to Appalachia

The Appalachian culture is all about food. Appalachian farmers and truck gardeners worked the land to grow the basics for their family. 328 more words

Mama Nomad's Biscuit Recipe

This is a guest post by my own mother. A friend of mine from high school asked me the other day for some ‘old fashioned’ recipes to make for her family. 690 more words


What's Your Daddy Food ?

When I saw my father take out the black cast-iron skillet, I knew that a favorite of mine was going to hit the table within 30 minutes.   263 more words

Cluttered Closet

7 Recipes That Celebrate Country Cooking Month

This month is National Country Cooking Month in the food holiday world. Are you wondering what exactly country cooking is? You wouldn’t be an outlier if you were. 1,194 more words