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Turnips, turnips and more turnips

If turnips were money, I would be well on my way to being wealthy. Many people have offered me turnips, and that has brought us to this column. I’m not…

Fast and fun to fix

I love recipes that are fast and fun to make. Spinach lasagna roll-ups are made the night before and cooked the next day for family dinner, or they are elegant…

Halloween Treats

Are you planning a Halloween party for your young ones? Surprise them with homemade treats that look as good as the ones in the store. Caramel apples, popcorn balls and…

Hearty homemade meals

Nothing screams comfort like a meal with meat and gravy. It’s a dish that has been serve since your childhood. Whether it’s beef and noodles or mushroom chicken and don’t…

Special lunch-box sandwiches

Pat’s Pantry/By Pat Mills Tired of packing the same old peanut butter and jelly, or ham and cheese sandwich everyday for lunch? How about a treat of apples and tuna,…

Apple Harvest recipes

Pat’s Pantry/By Pat Mills Apple harvest starts in September and runs through the middle of November. I remember when I was a kid, my mom would take us to an…

Vegetable dishes everyone will love

Want a side dish that’s good enough to eat alone or with a meat dish? Scalloped carrots are a great dish to take to a pot luck or church gathering,…

Stick to your ribs good food

With cooler weather comes the desire to heat up the oven and start cooking hearty meals again. The beans and sausage casserole is a big hit for cookouts or family…

Breakfast isn’t just for mornings

Breakfast at my house is a bowl of cereal or a piece of toast. I don’t like to eat much in the mornings, so I like to cook a hearty…

Best cakes ever

I cook for many different fund raisers, organizations, and just for family. I like to bake cakes because it takes less time than most dessserts. I have found and tried…