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I stopped by Deans Farm last Saturday morning on my way back from an Easter egg hunt at church. It’s hard to ride by without stopping when I know fresh strawberries are in the field! We snacked on the bucket of fresh berries all weekend, … more
One-pan meals are almost too good to be true, but I assure you it’s possible. A few weeks ago, I tried a new recipe from The Girl Who Ate Everything blog that incorporates favorites at my house: rice, cheese, broccoli and chicken. The … more
How something starts with a simple potato and ends up a hot, golden brown, buttery pillow of perfection has been a family secret for generations. We all know if you mix potatoes, lard, yeast, flour and butter, add elbow grease and have the … more
Sometimes dessert is just a quick, last-minute gesture: a bowl of vanilla ice cream with chocolate sauce on top, or slice-and-bake cookies served hot from the oven. Other times, it’s a little more time-consuming. Way more time-consuming. … more
Editor’s Note: These delicious rolls have become a tradition at my house since this column first ran in 2011. I can’t wait to make them for Easter this year! For many Christians around the globe, it’s a time-honored tradition to … more
This nan pizza is a fun way to eat the flavors of India in America's favorite food. The popular chicken tikka masala is widely believed to have been created in England for the British palate and is actually the national dish. But it is so tasty that … more
Several weeks ago, Julie Wells told me at church about a recipe she has been making for her family for many years. Julie is the wife of my pastor, and she is a dear friend. I also know she is a wonderful cook! So if Julie has been making this … more
I tried a new recipe for supper Monday night, and it was so good! Reggie and I both loved my adapted version of Southern Living’s oven chicken risotto. If you’ve read my food column long, you know I have a weakness for the food … more
I know that most people think of mimosas and bloody Mary bars when the topic of brunch arises, but I say why follow the crowd? With St. Patrick’s Day right around the corner, I think that a beer brunch sounds much more appealing (and you … more
Is it not enjoyable to take advantage of another culture's holiday to explore new recipes and treat yourself to something delicious? It is. And is St. Patrick's Day not right around the corner? As the Irish might say, 'tis. Moist, biscuit-y … more
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