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Joined Date: Jun 18, 2010
Birthday: Dec 05
Reviewed No-Baste, No-Bother Roasted Turkey
"I cooked my Thanksgiving turkey using this recipe, with a few changes. I lifted the skin on the breast and rubbed butter on the meat. I also put carrots and celery on the bottom of my roasting pan, to act as a rack. Other than tying up my oven for seven hours, this was the best turkey. My two daughters-in-law were waiting patiently or impatien"
I am a wife of almost 44 years, the mother of two sons, and the grandmother of 7. I have been a pastor's wife or missionary wife most of my married life. I love football, the fall, and have a collection of pumpkins, among other things. I enjoy riding the motorcycle with my husband, and sitting in the hunting blind with him. We eat a lot of venison, in fact I think I have bought ground beef one time in about 6 years.
I enjoy watching cooking shows, especially with Southern cooks, because I usually have the things in my pantry that they use, or am familiar with the ingredients.
I really get inspired to cook when my family is all together. I want to cook the things that they have enjoyed for years. My daughter-in-law tells me not to change the way I make things, they don't want to try anything different.
I enjoy cooking my family's favorites. I am famous for my potato salad and Blonde brownies. Mostly because I get the requests to make these every time my boys come home, and for any church event that calls for a dessert or a salad. Every time we visit my mother-in-law, I make potato salad, if that is the only cooking that is done. She really doesn't like to share it.
One of my favorite foods is gumbo, I am a Cajun. I, also, like pot-roasted goose.
I am not sure that I have a favorite restaurant now. It used to be Copeland's, but the last time that I ate there, not so much.