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Pat’s Pantry: A Basket Full of Goodies

Nothing makes your mouth water more than the smell of freshly baking bread. Prizes have been won in baking contests with these recipes. – Pat Yeast rolls 2 packages (¼…

Pat’s Pantry: Vegetable dishes

By Pat Mills If you find the right vegetable dishes you don’t need meat on your plate. I’m satisfied with a vegetable casserole for a meal, or you can make…

Comforting goodness

Hot and hearty dinners that are sure to satisfy the whole family. With crunchy bake chicken you can cut the fat of frying out of your diet. – Pat Crunchy…

Pat’s Pantry: Meat ‘n’ Potatoes

Ask a farmer or anyone from the country and they will tell you that a hearty meal is meat ‘n’ potatoes. Plain and simple, these recipes are all hearty and…

Pat’s Pantry: January is Soup Month

By Pat Mills I read the headlines in a supermarket checkout line magazine about January being national soup month, so I couldn’t resist printing some soup recipes. Soup can be…

Pat’s Pantry: Healthy Eating

As I’m flipping through my healthy-eating cookbooks, I have run across many recipes that look pretty good. Try this “dressed up” version of baked beans. – Pat Ranch beans 1…

From Pat’s Pantry: Happy New Year

By Pat Mills The New Year is upon us already. But we still have New Year’s Eve parties to attend, so let’s whip up some appetizers and party. Merry Christmas…

Christmas candy

Christmas is fast approaching and we need to start making our goodies. Here are a few new and old recipes for giving this season. The crunch ball recipe brings back…

Recipes from the past

In conjunction with Linda Emley’s stories about Christmas and Ray County history, I would like to tie in some recipes from days gone by. When I read very old recipes,…

Some good eats

Nothing better than these down-to-earth good eats. These finger-licking good BBQ ribs that are fall-off-the-bones tender. Crunchy potato mounds use up left-over mashed potatoes and who can resist a peanut…