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Reviewed Jamie's Chili
"My family loves this recipe! Thank you Jamie and Paula for sharing it with us. I did change it up a little. I used 1 lb. of hamburger meat, 1 lb. of deer meat (did not have any sausage on hand), 1 small can of tomato sauce, 3/4 stick of butter to cook the onions, bell pepper, and celery in. I also added 3 Tablespoons of sugar to break up the acidi"
Reviewed Real Meatballs and Spaghetti
"Ina has really out done herself this time! My family and I loved her Meatballs and Spaghetti. I did change the recipe's a little since I did not have what was requested. I made only 1/2 of this recipe for my family and had leftovers. I used 1 lb. of Ground Beef and used dried parsley for the meatballs. I also baked them in my oven for 35 or 40 min"
Reviewed Corn and Cheese Chowder
"I've never made corn chowder but, this is my new favorite! I made this for my family and the whole family loved it! The flavor and aroma of it was out of this world! Only thing I did different was use one large frozen corn package and added 4 slices of bacon instead of 3 it was called for. I also cooked a few extra slices of bacon separate in the ""
Reviewed Chicken Pot Pie
"My entire family loved this recipe of yours! I did change some things around to make it easier. I used a 9" x 13" pan to make it in and doubled the crust recipe. I did have to add more water than what was called for but, that's always different because of the weather. I diced up some celery and a potatos to cook with the vegetables this calls for ""
Reviewed Pork Meatballs
"A little too spicy for my family. They were moist and juicy with the marinara sauce I served them with and everyone ate them except the kids. Even the men who love hot food's in my family were shocked how hot they were. I had doubled this recipe and they cooked up nice however, next time, I will be omitting the chili flakes it suggested or at leas""
Reviewed Marinara Sauce
"Very delicious however, I made the mistake of doubling it and probably should not have added the recommended salt it suggested. I thought it was too salty. Next time I will taste it before adding any salt at all. I ended up adding meatballs to it and serving it over spaghetti.""
Reviewed Pumpkin-Maple Bread Pudding
"I made this for my family 2 years ago and it's been a hit ever since. I could not find the pumpkin solid pack however, I did find the pumpkin pie mix and just ended up going with it and omitting the 2 tsp. of spice this called for. Tasting it before adding the eggs will give you an idea if you want to add it or not. I also had a hard time finding ""
Reviewed Massaged Kale Salad
"I loved this salad and so did my family. There was no left over's if that speaks for you. The only thing I did different the next time was instead of the toasted pumpkin seeds, I used toasted almonds. If you do not have any Mango's on hand, I've sectioned oranges too. Great dish to take to a reunion or get together!"
"Eat, Pray, & Love for the Lord our God has Blessed Us! "
Hello, I am a Southern Lady who loves to cook. I was raised in a family of great cooks from the Mid-West and the South. My family loves Southern recipe's the most. They also enjoy it when I try different ways to cook all our regular favorites from the different ways our neighboring states do so from my travels there. I do love to spice (mix) it up with making different dishes I've watched from all the variety of cooking show's on "Food Network". My family enjoy's being taken to different places in the US and world with the new recipe's I serve them. It's an adventure and sometimes like a kitchen get-away at my table at least once to twice a week. I try to pass down my knowledge to my family so, they may love cooking and carry on the ways of our cookin' and traditions.