Venison and Mushroom Gravy

Venison and Mushroom Gravy

One of the most highly favored meats on any table in the country is deer meat, and rightfully so. Venison is one of the richest and indulgent meats out there, holding a lot of nutrition and protein to help you get up and going. Its most common form was in jerky, being...
Leftover Turkey Noodle Soup

Leftover Turkey Noodle Soup

If there’s on thing you don’t want to do after Thanksgiving it’s cook. You cooked most of the night and day on Thursday and then if you’re like more Americans, you went Black Friday shopping and didn’t get home until late Friday evening....
Fruit Cake Cookies

Fruit Cake Cookies

This recipe takes a Holiday staple to a whole new level. These cookies are sure to be a family favorite! Ingredients 1/2 Cup of Flour 1 Can Condensed Milk 1 1/3 cups Coconut Pinch of salt 4-8 oz can of Cherries 4-8 oz can of mixed fruit 2 cups Chopped Pecans...

Linda’s Cheese Ball

Another family favorite of ours is my sister’s cheese ball. Not that her’s was any different than anybody elses but it was always one of the most sought-after parts of our Holiday dinners. With Thanksgiving less than a week away, maybe your family will...
Old Style Texas Hash

Old Style Texas Hash

Here’s another family favorite of my. My sister, Linda, was one of the best cooks I knew. She could whip together a meal that would leave your mouth in awe at the pure taste of the food. This Texas Hash was one of her premier dishes. You can see by the picture...
Nannie Odom’s Angel Biscuits

Nannie Odom’s Angel Biscuits

Growing up, some of the best conversations I remember having with my Nannie Odom we over some freshly made, hot from the oven Angel Biscuits. There’s just something about the way she would make them that made each one taste better than the last. Since then,...