• Salmon Patties

    September 9, 2014Danita

      Every area of the country has their “delicacies” that aren’t so “delicate” to those who aren’t familiar with them.  For example, in Pennsylvania and other parts of the northeast they eat hog maw, which is sausage and potatoes cooked in a pig stomach and scrapple, which is truly mystery meat! In the mid-west (I…

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  • Beef Burgundy

    September 8, 2014Danita

    I’m always thankful and amazed to see the number of people from all over the country and around the world who stop by and visit here.  Most of my food would be considered “Southern Cooking” and sometimes I wonder if my readers know what I mean by that, so today I’d like to take a…

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  • New Texas Pete CHA!

    September 6, 2014Danita

    This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of CHA! by Texas Pete. All opinions are 100% mine. Football season is back and my “football crazy” son is ecstatic!  It doesn’t matter whether it’s college or NFL, he’s watching, taping, playing, thinking or talking about football.  It must run in the family… my…

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  • Lemon Poppy Seed Pound Cake

    August 20, 2014Danita

    A couple of weeks ago we welcomed our oldest daughter home from camp, where she spent the summer serving.  She loves baking and even though she worked in the camp dining hall, she hadn’t done any cooking all summer.   I found this recipe for Lemon Poppy Seed Pound Cake on the Pompeian Olive Oil…

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  • Homemade Cream Style Corn

    August 11, 2014Danita

    Isn’t it interesting how the same word or term can mean different things to different people?   My husband was just talking about this at church yesterday.  He was making a point about how important it is to “define your terms” when having discussions with people….especially when discussing important topics, like spiritual matters.  Sometimes we…

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