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Food and fellowship abound at church

My first meals enjoyed away from home must have been at a church fellowship.  There were potluck meals ...

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Sonkers and buckles and pie, oh my

When the Spirit wakes you to words of crisp, crumble, cobble, grunt, slump, and buckle – you know ...

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Warm up to roasted meats and potatoes

There’s no better way to get warm on a chilly night than sitting down to a satisfying meal ...

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Choices always a positive when selecting foods to eat

Isn’t it wonderful to know we have options and new choices anytime we take a notion? Waiting for ...

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Take a culinary journey around the world

Following a brief taste of frigid temperatures, I came down with a case of wanderlust. Another year’s already ...

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Keep those spirits bright with simple get-togethers

The holiday season’s not over yet, so stay on course. Let the celebrations continue right up through New ...

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Take the time to make holiday treats special

Have you ever thought of offering Santa a little candied cake with custard instead of cookies and cream ...

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Let these comforting side dishes help relieve holiday stress

The Advent season is upon us – less than a month to prepare for Christmas. Once again, I ...

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Making the best of leftovers – and extra ingredients

After recovering from a traditional Thanksgiving dinner, I crave a sandwich piled high with sliced turkey. But it’s ...

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Thanksgiving brings back many food memories

Recently I returned home to Nashville to attend my second cousin Wesley’s wedding. My first cousin, Bobbie Jeanne, ...

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