Where did the recipe for your rolls originate? The roll recipe was taught to me by my grandmother on my daddy’s side, Leona Henderson Wood. We all called her Gommey. Where did you learn to cook? I learned to cook from my Mother, Grandmothers, Great Grandmothers, and especially our cook Mary Ella. We called her [...]
This soup is a family favorite! I hope you enjoy this soup as much as we do! Chicken Cilantro Soup 4 bone in chicken breast 2 32oz boxes of chicken broth 1 cup of uncooked ricce 1 bunch of cilantro 1 white onion green tabasco salt 2 avocados Monterey Jack Cheese (grated) In a large [...]
I love living walking distance from our local farmer’s market in Seaside, Florida. Every Saturday we make our way down our little dirt road and head to Seaside. When we arrive we see friends and enjoy conversations and buying veggies… One thing we buy every week is milk. The milk is great. I also love [...]
Our tradition for Christmas at the farm is an oyster roast. I love this because it requires the family to gather around the grill and table. It is first come first serve so you better gather close by! I hope you enjoy your family traditions as we start a new year. If you don’t have [...]
I have been to Two Urban Licks in Atlanta twice recently and both times I had this dish. It is awesome! The description on the menu reads as follows… green apples, red onions, spicy sesame dressing, avocado, on housemade potato chips. Can you say yum!
These are my favorite type of pea. They are cream 40s. We call them “little green peas”. I am a lucky girl and my dad brings me bags of these shelled every summer. I blanch and then freeze them. I also see them at my local farmers market in the summer. My family enjoys them [...]