Cajun Andouille and Chicken Fettucini

  My latest THV11 This Morning segment featured some of our favorite Creole and Cajun pasta dishes such as this Cajun Andouille and Chicken Fettucini. Probably my favorite of the

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Save the Stems! Southern Collard Greens

If you’ve read my bio you know that I learned to cook from two of the best — my grandmothers. These ladies were known throughout our home county as two

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Scottish Cock-a-Leekie Soup

Traditional Scottish Cock-a-Leekie Soup has prunes in it. Knowing Hubby would absolutely rebel at the thought of that, I omitted them. Trust me. I don’t think they will be missed.

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Kitchen Sink Chopped Kale Salad

Everything but the  kitchen sink. Ever heard that before? When I used to ask my Nonnie what ingredients she included in her famous chicken and dressing or her as famous

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Lime Vinaigrette with The Easiest Salad in the Whole Wide World

There’s only one problem with this lime vinaigrette. Well, maybe two problems. You really must use fresh lime juice which means you need to have limes on hand. Just a

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Ruby Thomas’ Chicken Breasts Eden Isle

I’m really not obsessed, y’all. It may seem that I spend a whole bunch of time talking and writing about the Red Apple Inn on Eden Isle. Actually, I DO

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Favorites from the Red Apple Inn {What’s Cooking on THV11}

One of our favorite Arkansas places to spend a pleasant few days is the romantic Red Apple Inn on Eden Isle near Heber Springs. While it is beautiful any time

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Brinner. It’s What’s For Dinner {Krusteaz Giveaway}

Disclaimer: I was compensated for this review of Krusteaz products. As always, while the Federal Trade Commission requires I tell you that I was, opinions are certainly my own. And

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Lighter Chicken Fried Chicken

I’m a Southern girl, y’all. Fried chicken runs through my veins along with turnip greens, pinto beans and buttermilk cornbread. Periodically I just have to have a “fix” of each

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Crispy Fried Chicken Tenderloins. No necks

I rarely fry anything. Well, there’s okra. I do fry that. Often. In the summer. And I’ve been known to fry up a mess of crappie freshly caught from the

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