In The Kitchen

Venison Pot Pie

Venison Pot Pie

By Steve Hall

Everybody loves pot pies! After it cools a bit spoon it into bowls and serve with crackers. Try venison pot pie for a great cabin treat. The big and little hunters at your camp will love this. What a great way to get them hunters to eat there veggies! Ingredients: • 1 pint canned venison • 2-12 oz jars of home style gravy • 2 tbl minc...

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Homemade Blue Cheese Dressing

Homemade Blue Cheese Dressing

By Steve Hall

You will never buy store bought blue cheese dressing again. Homemade Blue Cheese Dressing is so much fun to make and is great on everything from steaks to salads to hot wings! Ingredients: • 1 1/2 cup mayonnaise • 1/2 tsp sugar • 1/2 tsp prepared mustard • 1/8 tsp vinegar • 1/8 tsp salt • 1/2 tsp pepper • 5 or 6 oz of blue cheese • 1...

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Country@Heart Dinner Diaries

Midnight Mac & Cheese
Midnight Mac & Cheese

By Tim H. Martin

I've just learned that my great aunt Lendol Bryan passed away at the age of 96. She was one of the sweetest, most gracious ladies I've ever known. Aunt Lendol was well-known around my little hometown in north Alabama for her good humor, her... READ MORE


Pork Ribs à la Buckmasters
Pork Ribs à la Buckmasters

By Tim H. Martin

Recipe Courtesy of Buckmasters’ Big Mike Foster The Buckmasters family knows him affectionately as Big Mike. He’s the grillmaster for our company gatherings and the guy with the closely guarded method of cooking pork ribs that p... READ MORE


Albondigas! The Mysterious Mexican Soup
Albondigas! The Mysterious Mexican Soup

By Tim H. Martin

Trout Quest Leads to Mysterious Soup. I’d never even heard of Albondigas soup until I saw it on the appetizer menu at Ed’s Cantina in Estes Park, Colorado. This discovery came in the autumn of 2017 after three rugged days of fly... READ MORE


Alabama Red Beans & Rice
Alabama Red Beans & Rice

By Tim H. Martin

I've had a couple of friends from New Orleans ask me what made these "Alabama" red beans and rice. I reminded them that Louisiana isn't the only state with Cajun and Creole culture. Alabama has plenty of Cajuns, too, down in our own bayou ... READ MORE


Tasso: America’s Great Unknown Secret Ingredient
Tasso: America’s Great Unknown Secret Ingredient

By Tim H. Martin

So, what is tasso? I believe it’s the best-kept secret ingredient in all of American food culture. Unless you’re from the Cajun Country of southern Louisiana, you’ve probably never heard of it — even my spell-checker... READ MORE


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