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Canning is Awesome. That’s All There Is To It.

By on 27 July, 2012 in Cooking, Food, Sarah Churchman with 0 Comments

Last summer, I tried my hand at canning for the first time and I was really quite pleased with the results. I had 6 jars of homemade watermelon rind pickle, which I gave to my dad for Father’s Day. So with a successful canning attempt under my belt, I thought I would expand my repertoire […]

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Buttermilk and Chess Pies: Delicious Tradition

Buttermilk and Chess Pies: Delicious Tradition

By on 3 December, 2011 in Cooking, Food, Heather Coleman with 0 Comments

Let them eat pie! Thanksgiving has come and gone, and the last of the turkey and sweet potatoes have probably found their way out of the fridge. But if you are a true Southerner, then you probably still have half a quart of buttermilk leftover from the cornbread dressing. Instead of letting it sit in […]

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Too Hot to Cook?

Too Hot to Cook?

By on 4 June, 2011 in Cooking, Davena McRae, Food with 0 Comments

I don’t have to tell you this, it’s quite obvious. It is hot in Alabama. It is (in my Pacific Northwest-born opinion) too damn hot to cook! According to the 10 day forecast, it’s not about to cool down anytime soon and the humidity is here to stay. It’s almost too hot to eat, but […]

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Time to unwind: Steak Salad

Time to unwind: Steak Salad

By on 15 April, 2011 in Cooking, Davena McRae, Food with 0 Comments

The past couple of weeks I have been insanely busy, which has left me with little time to cook for myself since I have been cooking (very happily) for others. Few things though, give me as much joy as making a meal and taking the time to enjoy it. I loathe having to eat on […]

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Cooking With Davena: Corned Beef Hash

Cooking With Davena: Corned Beef Hash

By on 18 February, 2011 in Cooking, Davena McRae, Food with 1 Comment

Growing up as a kid, I was convinced that my father made the best corned beef hash on the planet. He would get the cast iron skillet smoking hot and separate the congealed hash from the can by running a knife between the two. He would then put a dollop (okay, maybe a quarter cup) […]

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Cooking With Davena: Super Bowling

Cooking With Davena: Super Bowling

By on 5 February, 2011 in Davena McRae, Food, Fun, Holidays with 0 Comments

Nothing brings Midtown Montgomery together like a love of food. The most deeply-felt differences can melt away during the breaking of bread with others. As such, we are excited to welcome another new author to the MML crew. We hope that the deliciousness authored by Davena McRae will enhance and enrich your eating experiences as […]

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