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Pat’s Pantry: Summer Veggies

By Pat Mills This is about the time gardens start to produce those wonderful veggies and we need some new good recipes to use them up.  Fresh vegetables can be…

Pat’s Pantry: Fourth of July grilling

By Pat Mills Fire up the grills, company is coming. This Fourth of July let’s dazzle the folks with some great burgers and dogs from the grill. The sweet onion…

Summer’s favorite drinks

Cool down on these hot summer days with a cold frozen fruit drink.The kids will love them! Dust off that blender that’s sitting in the cabinet and whip up some…

Old fashion country cooking

Nothing says country cooking like a pan of golden fried fish, straight from the creek – or the age old creaminess of baked custard just like grandma used to make.…

This and that

I would like to share some recipes that are just plain good. With a name like Christmas pickles, this recipe doesn’t have to be served at Christmas only. It is…

Fast to fix foods

I like meals that are fast and easy to prepare. Using the microwave and stove you can have dinner on the table in under an hour. Put some meat to…

Pat’s Panty: A piece of pie

By Pat Mills Why buy frozen pot pies when you can make these easy, homemade versions?  These pies are the ultimate comfort food. – Pat   Chicken pot pie 1…

Pat’s Pantry: Satisfying suppers

By Pat Mills You don’t have to be a great cook to put out satisfying meals. With simple recipes like crunchy onion chicken, and butterscotch peach cobbler, your family will…

Party food

With graduation right around the corner, it time to start digging out recipes and plan our graduation parties. Chicken wings, meatballs and finger sandwiches are great casual fare for your…

Pat’s Pantry by Pat Mills: Dressings and sauces

Let’s throw all those store-bought dressings and sauces away and make fresh-from-the-kitchen ones. Fresh dressings can be served over salad greens and condiments to go on fish, meat, pasta and…